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GUI Test Tools? [message #8742] Tue, 28 October 2008 11:49 Go to next message
Tom Morris is currently offline Tom Morris
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What are folks using for GUI test strategies to deal with hybrid
Swing/SWT applications? I know about Abbot and Abbot.SWT as well as
SWTbot. Does everyone just test the Swing and SWT parts of the
application separately or is there a better way?

Tom
Re: GUI Test Tools? [message #8766 is a reply to message #8742] Thu, 30 October 2008 21:07 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: stephan.nagy.gmail.com

We've been experimenting with squish from Froglogic and while it's not
free we have been very pleased with it. It seems to work very well with
SWT, AWT, Swing, and the SWT_AWT bridge.

Tom Morris wrote:
> What are folks using for GUI test strategies to deal with hybrid
> Swing/SWT applications? I know about Abbot and Abbot.SWT as well as
> SWTbot. Does everyone just test the Swing and SWT parts of the
> application separately or is there a better way?
>
> Tom
Re: GUI Test Tools? [message #574696 is a reply to message #8742] Thu, 30 October 2008 21:07 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stephan.nagy.gmail.com

We've been experimenting with squish from Froglogic and while it's not
free we have been very pleased with it. It seems to work very well with
SWT, AWT, Swing, and the SWT_AWT bridge.

Tom Morris wrote:
> What are folks using for GUI test strategies to deal with hybrid
> Swing/SWT applications? I know about Abbot and Abbot.SWT as well as
> SWTbot. Does everyone just test the Swing and SWT parts of the
> application separately or is there a better way?
>
> Tom
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