Simply put, to use Aduct, you need to install it. The following guide should be able help you in getting Aduct. For advanced users and more configuration, you are always welcome to grab the source code of Aduct and do literally whatever you want.
Aduct is written in Python and requires Python. Apart from that you need Gtk, nothing more. So we directly follow the guidelines required to use Gtk.
- Python 3.5+ If not installed, get the latest version of Python.
- Gtk 3.0+ The latest version of Gtk is recommended. The instructions to install it are highlighted in the official website.
- PyGObject PyGObject provides Python bindings to GI modules (that is Gtk and its friends). If this is your first try with Gtk, you may have to install it. Directly install it using PIP.
After the requirements are satisfied, installing Aduct won’t be a trouble. The best way is to install it using PIP.
$ pip install Aduct
As already stated, for those not comfortable with PIP, you can always get the source code and do necessary things to get Aduct on your PYTHONPATH.
New to Gtk ?¶
It might be case, that you don’t even know what is Gtk and perhaps be wondering how to get started. The following is a quotation from Wikipedia’s page for Gtk.
GTK (formerly GTK+ GIMP Toolkit) is a free and open-source cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs). It is licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, allowing both free and proprietary software to use it. Along with Qt, it is one of the most popular toolkits for the Wayland and X11 windowing systems. (Source : Wikipedia)
Learning the basics of Gtk will be easy with Python. To get familiar with developing Gtk applications, please have a look at the official docs.