gnome-background-generator 1.1.2

A simple utility command-line to generate a XML file for dynamic GNOME wallpapers
gnome-background-generator - Usage example
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gnome-background-generator can use XML files to make an animated background. This little script allows you to generate automaticaly your own XML background changer file, easily, using the command line.

To generate the XML file, use gnome-background-generator:

usage: gnome-background-generator [-h] [-p PATH] [-o OUTPUT]
 [-t TRANSITION_TIME] [-d DISPLAY_TIME] [-s]
 [-b]

A simple command line tool to generate an XML file to use for gnome
wallpapers, to have dynamic walls

optional arguments:
 -h, --help show this help message and exit
 -p PATH, --path PATH Path to look for the pictures. If no output is
 specified, will be used too for outputing the dynamic-
 wallpaper.xml file. Default value is the current
 directory (.)
 -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
 Output filename. If no filename is specified, a
 dynamic-wallpaper.xml file will be generated in the
 path containing the pictures. You can also use "-" to
 display the xml in the stdout.
 -t TRANSITION_TIME, --transition-time TRANSITION_TIME
 Time (in seconds) transitions must last (default value
 is 2 seconds)
 -d DISPLAY_TIME, --display-time DISPLAY_TIME
 Time (in seconds) a picture must be displayed. Default
 value is 900 (15mn)
 -s, --set-background '''try to set the background using gnome-appearance-
 properties
 -b, --debug


And that's it !

last updated on:
July 26th, 2011, 8:09 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
github.com
license type:
AGPL (Affero General Public License) 
developed by:
Alexis Metaireau
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
gnome-background-generator
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