Setting up a Quality Team within KDE
neundorf at kde.org
Fri Apr 13 21:07:20 BST 2012
On Thursday 12 April 2012, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 12.04.12 21:01:53, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> > On Sunday 08 April 2012, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > > El Diumenge, 8 d'abril de 2012, a les 17:13:54, Pau Garcia i Quiles va
> > ...
> > > > I can tell you TestComplete's support for Qt is pretty limited. I
> > > > have not tested LDTP because we needed support for Windows and Linux
> > > > for our Qt projects.
> > > >
> > > > Squish is the best tool we evaluated at work for Qt, it does support
> > > > Qt Quick and there is a company maintaining it (Froglogic, founded
> > > > by KDE developers and employing many KDE developers). A few more
> > > > arguments pro-Squish: it's cross-platform (which means we can run
> > > > the same tests on Linux, Windows, Mac and any other platform we
> > > > support) and the client-server architecture is very useful when
> > > > testing client-server applications, actual environments and/or using
> > > > virtualization to run the UI tests after each daily build.
> > >
> > > Did you guys ever try Testability? I've been using lately and works
> > > pretty well and has the added value of being Free Software.
> > We use Squish at work and it works well.
> > Beside that, there is a new project called QtTesting from Kitware which
> > can be used kind of like Squish.
> > It's still very new, and I haven't tried it myself.
> Really? The log dates back to 2005, thats quite old and even there the
> first entry suggests its been split off from somewhere else.
Hmm, when Bill talked to me about it at FOSDEM this year I got the impression
that it is quite new...
Well, if it's already in use since years, even better :-)
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