[TIP] Automated Test Framework in python
arve.knudsen at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 12:29:38 PDT 2010
Amit, have you considered Cucumber (http://cukes.info/)? It's written in
Ruby, but we use it (with Aruba, http://github.com/aslakhellesoy/aruba) all
the same to test a few of our Python tools. We like it a lot so far. AFAIK
it's well suited to test Web applications.
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 8:02 PM, Amit Uttamchandani <amit.uttam at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 09:21:24PM +0200, Geoff Bache wrote:
> > > However, I am still looking around to see if there is anything else
> > > that provides similar features as above.
> > It might be worth taking a look at TextTest (http://texttest.org) also:
> > it assumes that a test consists of a single terminating process
> > that produces some files, and manages changes in the contents
> > of those files. This means it can easily be used to wrap some other
> > test tool or custom test script. It has a test management GUI to
> > aid with managing suites, integrating with VCSs, extracting information
> > from bug reporting systems and things like that.
> > Regards,
> > Geoff
> Thanks for pointing this out.
> I been a looking at it and I actually do like the concepts quite a bit.
> However, I don't think I can use it for the testing that I do here since
> textttest focuses on analyzing textual output. In our case, we have to
> do a combination of web based testing coupled with embedded device
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