Author archive for Frerich Raabe

  • C++ Prototype Wrapper

    By on March 6, 2007

    Imagine this: You have an existing class hierarchy, for instance a ‘Node’ class from which ‘StringNode’, ‘NumberNode’ and ‘BooleanNode’ classes derive. Now, you want to implement a nicely generic and easily extensible way to create an object of one of the three concrete classes depending on a value (for...

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  • Clever Web Object Identification

    By on March 2, 2007

    As Reginald previously mentioned Squish 3.2 is going to have an even more sophisticated technique for identifying objects based on some properties. This is achieved by allowing to determine whether a given object matches a given property value not only through a plain string comparison but by also testing...

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  • Vista!

    By on February 20, 2007

    This blog entry is written from my brand new PC featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo 3800+ CPU, 2GB RAM, 240GB HDD and (drumroll please) Microsoft Vista. As more and more of our customers start using Vista, it became apparent that we need to be able to test Squish...

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  • Processing squishrunners XML Output

    By on February 19, 2007

    One feature of our squishrunner program (which starts and controls the test execution) is that the output of the test can be given in different formats. This can be accomplished by using the ‘–reportgen’ argument and specifying an output format and an output file (i.e. ‘–reportgen xml,/tmp/results.xml’). In particular,...

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