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  • Squish/Web and XPath

    By on February 22, 2007

    One of the new features of Squish/Web 3.1 (released last month) is the new XPath support. I’m blogging about that since I notice from support requests that this new feature isn’t known well enough yet by our Squish/Web customers although it solves many problems in a very elegant way....

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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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  • Object Identification

    By on February 20, 2007

    As I promised in my last post, we I will talk about some new Squish features which we are working on here. Today I’d like to talk about some object name enhancements which will appear in Squish 3.2. In Squish 3.1 we already introduced multi-property names in Squish as...

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  • Testing Java applets with Squish/Java

    By on February 19, 2007

    Since we released our new Squish/Java edition, we got asked a few times if it is possible to test java apples with Squish/Java. While we don’t support testing applets running in a web browser yet, it is possible to test them through the appletviewer. On Windows, just create a...

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  • Welcome

    By on February 19, 2007

    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...

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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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