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RobotFramework support for Bitten

Project Description


RobotDriver is a Trac plugin that adds RobotFramework support to Bitten.


Installation is done just as for any other Trac plugin. Using the pip or easy_install command from setuptools is the easiest.

To install using pip:

pip install robotdriver

To install using easy_install:

easy_install robotdriver

After that you must configure your Trac project to use the plugin. Edit conf/trac.ini in your Trac directory to include this:

robotdriver.* = enabled

If you have downloaded a source tarball you can install it by doing the following,:

$ python build
# python install # as root


An example build recipe for Bitten might like this:

<build xmlns:svn=""

    <step id="checkout" description="Checkout source">
      <svn:checkout path="${path}" url="" revision="${revision}"/>

    <step id="robot" description="Gather robotframework report">
      <sh:exec executable="pybot" args="-C off -l NONE -r NONE -o output.xml data_sources"/>
      <robotdriver:robot file="output.xml" />



This software is licensed under the New BSD License. See the LICENSE file in the top distribution directory for the full license text.

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