|Re: Running SWTBot with RCP4.2 [message #991048 is a reply to message #991016]
||Mon, 17 December 2012 07:58
|| Mickael Istria, away until January 8th
Registered: July 2009
Location: Grenoble, France
On 12/17/2012 05:07 AM, Eugene Brobby wrote:|
> I need you guys to get behind me on this one. I need constructive
> comments and help with SWTBot. I wrote a simple RCP4.2 application as a
> plugin and then a feature.
> Anyway, I ran the application as a Product (Selected the .product
> extension). I created a separate SWTBot Test Plugin to test this (i.e. a
> separate project) and in the run config I selected this file. I wrote a
> simple assertTrue to see if the test will run. The application gets
> called but the test never runs. Something is blocking the test.
I think that could be related to
> There isn't clarity on this framework's ability to support RCP4.
This bugs dependencies show current limitation with 4.2-based
application https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=385527 ,
mainly because of API changes
- Some menus can't be resolved
- The Toolbar doesn't work
- The framework cannot start an application that does not use the
> I would appreciate a very clear and concise set of steps, tested for
> RCP4 specifically (please, not the theoretical "It should work"),
> assuming RCP4 is supported.
There are no such steps. Eclipse 4 is not yet fully supported. SWT
concepts are still working, but some Eclipse ones are broken.
We need more contributors to work on this.
> I found out that the recording feature of
> SWTBot it broken and its a shame because it was recommended to me
> because of that.
The recording feature has never worked actually. But I'm currently
working on a new one. I'll keep the community in touch (hopefully by the
end of the week).
> I would also appreciate info on testing Nebula
> components which appear not to be on the SWTBot list.
SWTBot does not have yet support for Nebula specific components. Some
Nebula widgets directly rely on SWT widget, so they don't need
additional stuff in SWTBot. For the other ones, once again,
contributions are hightly welcome
The project is very open to feedback and contributions. So if you can
find some time to fix some of the blocking issues, it will help the
project to release an Eclipse4-friendly version.
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