Announce: LDTP 3.0 - Linux GUI test automation tool

Hello,

Highlights:

  • Java / C# / VB.NET http://vb.net/ / PowerShell / Ruby are now
    officially supported LDTP scripting languages other than Python

New Features:

  • Firefox have check / uncheck as actions for check box

New APIs:

  • selectpanel
  • selectpanelname
  • selectpanelindex

Bug fix:

  • Simplified the implementation verifyselect for combobox menuitem
  • Fix QT related accessibility issue
  • Bug#673931 - Python-ldtp has issues if the application calls an env or
    other program to run

Credit:

  • Ubuntu QA team members (Dave Morley, Ara Pulido)
  • VMware desktop QA team members
  • Kartik M. (Debian package maintainer)
  • Thanks to all others who have reported bugs through forum / email /
    in-person / IRC

About LDTP:

Cross Platform GUI Automation tool Linux version is LDTP, Windows
version
is Cobra and Mac version is PyATOM (Work in progress).

  • Linux version is known to work on GNOME / KDE (QT >= 4.8) / Java Swing
    /
    LibreOffice / Mozilla application on all major Linux distribution.
  • Windows version is known to work on application written in .NET / C++
    /
    Java / QT on Windows XP SP3 / Windows 7 / Windows 8 development version.
  • Mac version is currently under development and verified only on OS X
    Lion. Where ever PyATOM runs, LDTP should work on it.

Download source: https://github.com/ldtp/ldtp2

Download binary (RPM / DEB):
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/anagappan:/ldtp2:/

Documentation references:

For detailed information on LDTP framework and latest updates visit
http://ldtp.freedesktop.org

For information on various APIs in LDTP including those added for this
release can be got from http://ldtp.freedesktop.org/user-doc/index.html
Java doc - http://ldtp.freedesktop.org/javadoc/

Report bugs - http://ldtp.freedesktop.org/wiki/Bugs

To subscribe to LDTP mailing lists, visit
http://ldtp.freedesktop.org/wiki/Mailing_20list

IRC Channel - #ldtp on irc.freenode.net

Thanks
Nagappan

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