RaiMan's Stuff SikuliX

What is SikuliX
SikuliX automates anything you see on the screen of your desktop computer running Windows, Mac or some Linux/Unix. It uses image recognition powered by OpenCV to identify GUI components and can act on them with mouse and keyboard actions. This is handy in cases when there is no easy access to a GUI's internals or the source code of the application or web page you want to act on. More details

You need at least Java 8, but it works on Java 9 up to latest (currently 14)

Windows: Works out of the box (for exceptions look here)

Mac: you have to make Tesseract OCR available (for HowTo look here).

Linux: you have to make OpenCV and Tesseract OCR available (for HowTo look here).

Latest stable version is 2.0.4 (branch release_2.0.x - see what is fixed)

Development version 2.1.0 currently not useable until further notice
New features will only be available in new major versions (currently 2.1.0, branches master and/or dev_...).
Until release of a stable 2.1.0, there will be nightly builds and snapshots available (see below).

Here you can read about the changes/enhancements

Get SikuliX ready to use

For use in Java Maven projects the dependency coordinates are:


Current development version is 2.1.0 (branch master nightly builds / snapshots):
Build Status FOSSA Status

Read about fixes, enhancements and new features

Get the nightly builds ready to use

For use in Java Maven projects use the SNAPSHOT dependency information:

The repository URL:


The dependency coordinates are:


Development environment

Contributions are welcome and appreciated