|Re: Future of SWTBot [message #657186 is a reply to message #657053]
||Tue, 01 March 2011 20:44
| Ketan Padegaonkar
Registered: July 2009
On 3/1/11 5:25 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:|
> I want to know how the project plan of SWTBot looks like.
> SWTBot is really awesome. Just the fact that I can implement one UI
> Tests and can run it on WIN,GTK,MAC with the same framework makes
> everything a lot easier. That is just one irreplaceable fact for our
> product which must run on most platforms. Also hiding SWT complexity is
> also big plus which other frameworks did not manage(Which I tried until
I'm glad you like it :)
> We really are thinking about integrating SWTBot more into our UI tests.
> Therefore it would be good to know how the project plan for SWTBot looks
> like. I did not find any hints about that here.
Since this comes up often, I've published this in a FAQ
> I hope you are making
> progress in getting a real eclipse project.
I'm not sure I understand this. But if you're asking if there's any
other projects using it then the answer is yes. EGit is one of the major
users at eclipse.org. There's also other projects at apache.org and
jboss.org that use SWTBot quite heavily.
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