vriolk at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 11:16:41 CET 2009
And btw, Selenium scripts can be exported to Python and run under
Selenium Remote Control server.
I'd say this is the most flexible and advanced way to do webtesting,
since you can have a single script that runs with many browsers
(opera, firefox, ie, etc), and on many platforms.
And combined with HTMLTestRunner you can get beautiful test reports.
On Feb 13, 8:01 pm, Matias Surdi <matiassu... at gmail.com> wrote:
> You should give a look to Selenium. It's great.
> News123 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'd like to do some web automation with python 2.5
> > - https:
> > - a cookiejar
> > - some forms to be filled in
> > what is the best set of modules.
> > As far as I understood, there is httplib, but it seems (if I understood
> > well) to be incoompatible with cookielib
> > I'm a newcomer to webautomation with python and would be thankful for
> > good suggestions.
> > I used so far perl with LWP::UserAgent HTTP::Cookies and some module (I
> > forgot the name) to handle parsing and filling in Forms.
> > thanks in advance for any pointers opinions
> > N
> > --
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