[TIP] Fwd: [pyatom] [ANN] Automated Testing on Mac (ATOMac) 1.1.0 released

Nagappan Alagappan nagappan at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 17:44:13 PST 2013

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From: James Tatum <jtatum at gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 3:43 PM
Subject: [pyatom] [ANN] Automated Testing on Mac (ATOMac) 1.1.0 released
To: "pyatom at lists.pyatom.com" <pyatom at lists.pyatom.com>


The ATOMac team is proud to announce a new release of ATOMac.

About ATOMac:

Short for Automated Testing on Mac, ATOMac is the first Python library
to fully enable GUI testing of Macintosh applications via the Apple
Accessibility API. Existing tools such as using appscript to send
messages to accessibility objects are painful to write and slow to
use. ATOMac has direct access to the API. It's fast and easy to use to
write GUI tests.

Changes in this release:

* Many changes and fixes to the LDTP[0] layer. After four months of
use internally at VMware and elsewhere, many LDTP changes and fixes
have been incorporated. More APIs are now supported for greater
compatibility with LDTP on other platforms. Please see the changelog
for detailed information on these updates.

A detailed changelog is available[1].

Download source:


Documentation references:

Sphinx documentation is being uploaded. In the meantime, please see
the readme at the bottom of the github page listed above.

Report bugs - https://github.com/pyatom/pyatom/issues

To subscribe to ATOMac mailing lists, visit http://lists.pyatom.com/

IRC Channel - #atomac on irc.freenode.net

[0] http://ldtp.freedesktop.org
[1] https://raw.github.com/pyatom/pyatom/master/CHANGELOG.txt
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Cross platform GUI testing
Linux Desktop (GUI Application) Testing Project -
Cobra - Windows GUI Automation tool - https://github.com/ldtp/cobra
ATOMac - Mac GUI Automation tool - https://github.com/pyatom/pyatom
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