[TIP] Tools for GUI testing (was: Re: testing-in-python Digest, Vol 105, Issue 1)
barney.gale at thefoundry.co.uk
Mon Oct 5 08:30:24 PDT 2015
There’s also Sikuli <http://www.sikuli.org/>, though I found it quite rough
around the edges in terms of installation and integration with other tools.
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On 5 October 2015 at 16:25, Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org> wrote:
> * chandra shekhar Turha <chandrashekhar.turha at gmail.com> [2015-10-05
> 15:58:41 +0530]:
> > Hi, I am trying to do some GUI automation of java application. Could you
> > please suggest or advice, as how it can be done using python.
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> If you're on Windows, there's also pywinauto:
> I found it really nice to use, but I don't know how well it works with
> There's also a commerical project, Squish, which seems to have Java
> support and is scriptable with Python (though I never used it myself):
> Laura has also mentioned AutoHotKey, it seems there are Python
> bindings as well:
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