Thanks to Aurelien for pointing this out to me via twitter.
Some additional information about Jubula:
Jubula tests are designed to be at the system / acceptance level. So they are for testing use cases / workflows via the GUI
The approach doesn’t use capture-replay, so there is a focus on writing good, maintainable tests
Jubula’s main target group is testers who are not also programmers, however there is, since January, a client API that makes Jubula more accessible to developers as well: more information on this is here 
We don’t currently have a maven target for use during a maven build, but you could start the Jubula testexec via ant – or get in touch if you want to go down this road, and we can talk about what needs to be done
If you’re at Eclipse Con, then I’m happy to chat to you more about Jubula / give you a demo. Just let me know. I’ll also be at the project quality day all day. There will also be some talks / demos about Jubula there
You can find downloads, examples and docs for Jubula here .
Hope this information helps!
 http://testing.bredex.de/ and
I'm interest in implementing full cycle testing for eclipse plugin.
By full cycle I mean, testing starting from installation, launching, execution basic operations(crud for projects/files), perhaps compilation/execution of some classes(jdt), shutdown, etc.
In other words common scenarios would be:
launch -> installation -> restart-> create project->verify operation->shutdown
launch -> installation -> restart -> uninstallation
Those scenarios should be executed with maven.
Are there any instruments available to implement such testing scenarios?
Any similar examples?
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