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Comparing Image for Tesena

Project description

Watchmen

Basic Info

Custom library for comparing images with use in RobotFramework. It can be used as free functions to import into another language (be carefully bcs i used some command for robot. In future i wanna making file just for python + selenium)
RF example: Library path Python example:import robotframework.py

What is here?

  • Test robot/test.robot - file with example how to use keyword
  • Watchmen/robotframework.py - file with keywords

What you need

Pip install

80% functional. (Doesnt have better log and new keyword compare screen get information)

Watchmen

  1. Open CMD
  2. Start pip install Watchmen
  3. Import to robotframework Library Watchmen

Manual Install

Main

How to install in RF

  • Download git file (Mainly ./Python/robotframework.py)
  • You must first eneter the path to Settings => Library path, where path is the path to the robotframework.py file
  • Now, you can start using keywords listed below. Keep in mind that you need to have all necessities installed to work properly

Description Keyword

It is always necessary to ensure that the images are the same resolution (size) !!!!

  • In folder Test robot you can find some example :-)
Keyword Arguments Documentation
Compare two image path1,
path2,
save_folder=
It compares two images from the two paths and, if there are differences, saves the image with the errors highlighted in the folde: ../Save Image

path1 = path to the first image to be compared

path2 = path to the second image to be compared
save_folder= path where you have save img

Example: Compare two image ../image1.png ../Image2.png

Compare screen path1,
save_folder=
Compares the already saved image with the screen that is on the screen. If there is a difference, it saves the highlighted image to the ../Save Image

path1 = path to the image to be compared to screen
save_folder= path where you have save img

Example: Compare screen ../image1.png
Compare making area x1, y1, x2, y2,
save_folder=
Creates a cut-out from the screen that is on screen and saves it in the folder: ../Create area

x1 a y1 = x and y coordinates for the upper left corner of the square

x2 and y2 = x and y coordinates for the bottom right corner of the square
save_folder= path where you have save img

Example: Compare making area 0 0 25 25

Compare screen area x1, y1, x2, y2,
path1,
save_folder=
Creates a cut-out from the screen that is on the screen and compares it to a previously created

x1 and y1 = x and y coordinates for the upper left corner of the square

x2 and y2 = x and y coordinates for the bottom right corner of the square
path1 = Path to an already created viewport with which we want to compare the viewport created by us
save_folder= path where you have save img

Example: Compare screen area 0 0 25 25 ../Crop_Image1.png Creates Crop_Image1.png from 0, 0, 25, 25
Compare screen without areas path1
*args,
save_folder=
Compares two pictures, which have parts to be ignored

x1 and y1 = x and y coordinates for the upper left corner of the ignored area square

x2 and y2 = x and y coordinates for the lower right corner of the square of the ignored part
save_folder= path where you have save img

Attention! It is always necessary to enter in order x1 y1 x2 y2 x1 y1 x2 y2 etc ...

Compare screen without areas ../Image1.png 0 0 30 40 50 50 100 100 Creates 2 ignored parts at 0,0, 30,40 and 50, 50, 100, 100
Compare making rescreens *resolution Creates a screenshot on the screen, that corresponds to the specified resolution, so it is possible to create on one page an infinite number of screens with different resolutions. Screens are stored in the folder: ../Create rescreens

resolutin = The specified resolution in width and height format, you can enter as many as needed

Example: compare making rescreens 800 600 1280 800 1440 900 Creates 3 screens in 800x600 1280x800 and 1440x900
Compare screen get information path1,
save_folder=,
folder_csv=
Compares the already saved image with the screen that is on the screen. If there is a difference, it saves the highlighted image to the: ../Save Image and making csv file with coordinates and elements which exist on this coordinates

*path1 = path to the image to be compared
save_folder= path where you have save img

Example: compare screen get information 1c.png Compare img 1c.png with screen and save img with diff and save csv file with elements on this coordinates

How it looks screen

Image where the differences are stored + You can see two black box in left corner. These black box are ignored in compare.

Image can u see in the log, red rectangle are mising or not existing elements on web

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