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The froglogic web log – short FrogBlog – is officially online as of today. We have been looking for ways to improve communication with our users for quite some time. A blog seemed like a good choice. We are not exactly a large corporation but keeping each of our users informed about we are working on has already become a challenge. Our development process is also very much demand driven so we invite everyone to make suggestions and provide feedback. This site is running the WordPress blogging software which appeared to be a good candidate after a little bit of searching. It was very easy to set up. Not as fast as suggested by the The Famous 5-Minute Installation guide but almost. Not much customization has been done on the templates and various settings so far but will surely happen over time. I see that Frerich has already beaten...
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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, the current version lets you generate an Excel table or a XML file with the test results instead of plain text output. The former is a simple way to make your PHB happy, the latter can be used as a hook into a whole new range of test result visualizations.