[Seaside] Seaside Testing Frameworks
cpmbailey at btinternet.com
Sun Jun 24 21:38:17 UTC 2012
Thanks for that. Yes I have it working too now; just browser paths and
profiles and so forth (not to mention realising a browser type of chrome
actually means firefox when I actually wanted google-chrome!)
> I have been meaning to publish our new framework that builds on Selenium 2 (Webdriver) for the last couple of weeks. We should be able to make it available real soon now. It will still be a work in progress though, but we're using it actively already.
> Mind that WebTester and SeasideTesting are still working well in Pharo1.4.
> We have a large amount of tests written using Seasidetesting and I'm still running them. What is the problem you experience?
> On 23 Jun 2012, at 14:03, Chris wrote:
>> I have been looking at testing frameworks and wondered if someone could help me in choosing one. I'm using Seaside 3.0.7 in Pharo 1.4 and have thusfar seen Seaside-Testing, WebTester (Selenium) and an approach using Soup + Zinc. I liked the look of Selenium as it allows for cross-browser testing and will probably be well supported. However I haven't been able to get it working and haven't seen anything mentioned about it since Pharo 1.1.1. If it isn't currently being maintained, would one of the other approaches be better?
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