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- From: "Javier Pedemonte" <jhpedemonte@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 15:34:38 -0500
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On 5/31/06, Jesse Kuhnert <jkuhnert@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Someone just pointed this project out to me on another list, http://openqa.org/floyd/
It looks like it's using the ibm donated java XPCOM wrapper api to embed gecko into a unit test suite.
The only fault I see is that it requires writing unit tests "in java".
Actually, I've already heard from a couple of people that had this very idea in mind. They want to test web apps, but would like to use an established and robust testing module like jUnit.