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    • opc0d3
      This wouldn't solve your problem ? https://github.com/ethanhs/pyhooked Or at least gives you an idea ?
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    • demberto
      I was wondering whether, I could do this: 1. Create a DLL with a method to register a callback function written in Python. 2. The DLL calls SetWindowsHookEx internally, registers a proxy function in the DLL itself which calls the Python callback function. 3. Load the DLL in Python with ctypes and call the callback registration method it exports. I briefly tried this but SetWindowsHookEx fails for global hooks. I see no reason for it to fail. Also according to the documentation I pass NULL for the hMod arg of it which is used when the hook procedure is inside the DLL itself. Maybe I think SetWindowsHookEx will need another injector process which is not a DLL but an application. So what it will become then is that Python code will load the DLL just for the purpose of executing some code in Python itself. Python -> DLL -> Proxy -> Python that will be the order of execution. EDIT: I think I posted in wrong section, sorry.
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