[twill] any outstanding issues?
bruce at ironfist.org
Mon Jan 29 12:00:54 PST 2007
The problem with going to the python interface, besides
being more verbose and less clear,
is that twill-fork only runs against .twill files.
I agree with you in principle -- no need to reimplementing all of python.
Nevertheless some base facility for loops and conditionals would be
On Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 04:55:45PM -0300, Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman wrote:
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> bruce wrote:
> > The only problem I've had using twill is a lack of conditional expression.
> > I'd love to have if/then/else controls inside twill scripts. (Perhaps
> > there's an obvious way to add this with user defined functions, but I
> > haven't thought of it).
> That would be nice, yes, but it's also true that if you need a bit more control, using the Twill
> module from withing python is a better approach.
> Anyway, simple conditionals and loops would be perfect for the .twill files, but only if we don't
> develop a whole new language all over it :P
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