My GitHub Repository

I’ve been a little hesitant to publish a complete repository of all my Dragonfly commands because I think the journey that got me there is more useful than the raw code. If you just read the code, you’ll miss out on why I made certain decisions, you won’t know about all the stuff I tried and deleted, and you won’t know how I actually use all the commands in combination. That said, I do think it is a helpful supplement to this blog, so I decided to go ahead and make it available on GitHub. You can find it here, or linked from the navigation sidebar on every page.

While I’m laying down disclaimers, I should also mention that the code is a work in progress and isn’t as clean and modular as I would like, but I decided it was better to just get the code out there and improve it later. If you make improvements, please send me pull requests!

4 thoughts on “My GitHub Repository”

  1. hello James, thanks for sharing. I have a question regarding Dragonfly: which keyboard layout do you use for dragonfly?
    I use US English keyboard but I have the following problem:
    The code
    Text("Hello world ( ) { }")
    in my macros is interpreted as
    Hello world } ] ^B ^N

    which leads to funny behaviour when trying to voice program in my IDE. Do you by any chance know where the problem might be?

    1. That’s odd, I use the same layout. My guess is that maybe Dragon is not recognizing whatever command you bound to that, and so it prints its misrecognition directly. Try changing the voice binding to something really simple like “hello” for testing.

  2. Great work, James! I really appreciate your website and your repository! I used your repository as starting point to make my own setup. I had a problem running your code for the first time and thought I should mention it.

    RuleWrap are used in your code, but to get it working I had to change one file in the dragonfly package: In “C:Python27Libsite-packagesdragonfly-0.6.6b1-py2.7.eggdragonfly__init__.py”, I had to add RuleWrap to the list of imports.

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