We’ve been threatening to open source this for a while, most recently
during Alex and Brian’s talk at Railsconf . See the readme 
for more info, and the source/rdocs for all the gory details.
Feedback and contributions are very welcome.
Welcome to Selenium RC Fu!
This plugin is designed to let you use Selenium RC to write Selenium
tests in Ruby, using a simple series of Rake tasks.
The current version of this plugin can be found at:
You may install the plugin with the following command:
The seleniumrc_fu plugin assumes you have a test/selenium directory
with a selenium_suite.rb file in
it. A sample selenium_suite.rb and selenium_helper.rb can be copied
into your test/selenium directory.
You’ll get the following tasks:
- selenium:test - starts a Selenium RC server, runs selenium tests,
and shuts the server down
when they’re done
and lower level tasks as well:
- selenium:server starts up a Selenium RC server
- selenium:test_with_server_started runs Selenium tests off of an
== Oh Yeah…
We’ve got JsUnit support as well!
Check out this site for more information:
There’s a series of jsunit:xxx rake tasks devoted to running JsUnit
distributed server tests from Ruby.
== Future Enhancements
There are a few things we’d like to improve, but we wanted to get this
out now. Check the tracker in the pivotal.rb RubyForge project for
Selenium RC Fu is distributed under the MIT license. Copyright (c)
2007 Pivotal Labs, Inc.
Contributions to this plugin are welcome. Contributions should be
accompanied by tests, and should be sent to