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Ah very cool. I'm not using python, but might implement a class / some C++
code when I get time for the same purpose. Hooks on OSC commands to do /
tell to do the NSM stuff...
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Nils Gey wrote:
> Dear Developers,
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Ah very cool. I'm not using python, but might implemen=
t a class / some C++ code when I get time for the same purpose. Hooks on OS=
C commands to do / tell to do the NSM stuff...
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Nils Gey=
I've written a convenience interface to implement Non Session Managemen=
t as fast and easy as possible in Python 3 applications. It is no magic pro=
gramming at all, but it makes things just that tiny bit easier that is requ=
ired to actually implement something, and not only plan it.
The real work is to follow the rules of a managed system (see http://non.tuxfamily=
.org/nsm/API.html ). So implementing the technical side should be a no-=
brainer to let you focus on the actual task.
pynsmclient is open source under the GPL3 or later and can be found on my g=
ithub page so you can start using it right away.
I also have written a short article in my blog about that topic http://nilsgey.de/?id=3D24
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