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tuux 08-07-2009 03:13 AM

Automated testing tool for linux (ubuntu)
 
hello,
i have tested several GUI application on windows(now days i dont like) with the help of winrunner and test director so now i want to test such application on linux .is there any equivalent tool or replacement in linux ? i am using ubuntu 8.?????????

regards,
TUUX
:newbie:

jdkaye 08-07-2009 11:38 PM

Hi Tuux and welcome to LQ! :)
Since many of us don't run Windows, would you explain what you want? I have no idea what winrunner or test director do so it's hard to offer you any advice. I dont know what it means to "test an appplication".
Cheers,
jdk

tuux 08-08-2009 06:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdkaye (Post 3635358)
Hi Tuux and welcome to LQ! :)
Since many of us don't run Windows, would you explain what you want? I have no idea what winrunner or test director do so it's hard to offer you any advice. I dont know what it means to "test an appplication".
Cheers,
jdk


OK ,, thanks for reply!!
actually winrunner and testdirector are software testing tools (can say IDE to test our softwares). in that we have to write some manual test cases
about our application and when we submit test cases to winrunner it will give result of those test cases automatically.(no need of scripting)
but now i want to test my applications(developed under linux platform)so My quest is that "is there any such tool in linux(ubuntu)?"
i know about JUNIT tool which used to test java application(for unit testing). but i want automated test tool.
:confused:

jdkaye 08-09-2009 12:33 AM

Hi Tuux,
LQ and Google are your friends. I did a google search using linux application testing and there are many hits. Since I'm not familiar with application testing you need to do the same and judge which ones if any are suitable for you. Likewise a search on this site (LQ) may turn up some solutions.
Examples:
http://ldtp-soc.blogspot.com/
http://www.linuxfoundation.org/en/Downloads
http://www.it-quest.bz/itq/slackware...on-testing.asp
As I said, there are many hits. I suggest you google yourself to determine which are relevant to your needs.
cheers,
jdk


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