Python wrapper for libnotify ie python-notify lacks any documentation.
Well, the only thing for documentation is to read pynotify.defs and pynotify.c from the /src directory of source code.
I made a script while ago to delete current song in mpd in bash. I then thought of using libnotify for the same script in python.
There is not much information about adding buttons to notifications while using python-notify so hopefully it will help someone :)
#!/usr/bin/python2 import gtk import pynotify import os MPD_LIBRARY_LOCATION = "/var/lib/mpd/music/" class DelSongMPD: def __init__(self): #Initing the pynotif pynotify.init("mpd") n = pynotify.Notification("Deleting a song", "Do you really want to delete the song") n.set_urgency(pynotify.URGENCY_LOW) n.add_action("action_delete", "Delete", self.deleteSong) n.add_action("no_dontdelete", "No delete", self.doNothing) n.show() gtk.main() def deleteSong(self, notifyObj, action): print "Deleting the song" mpcProcess = os.popen("mpc -f %file%") try: # [:-1] to delete the trailing newline os.remove(MPD_LIBRARY_LOCATION+mpcProcess.readline()[:-1]) #Deleting song from playlist os.popen("mpc del $(mpc -f %position% | head -n 1)") except: print "Something really went wrong" notifyObj.close() gtk.main_quit() def doNothing(self,notifyObj, action): print "Do not delete" notifyObj.close() gtk.main_quit() if __name__ == "__main__": obj = DelSongMPD()