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zc.buildout recipe for installing the Selenium RC distribution.

Project description

This package downloads and installs Selenium RC using zc.buildout. It is based on hexagonit.recipe.download.

buildout.cfg example:

[buildout]
parts = seleniumrc

[seleniumrc]
recipe = collective.recipe.seleniumrc

If no options are specified, the recipe downloads from http://selenium.googlecode.com/files/selenium-server-standalone-2.6.0.jar .

A control script is created based on the part name. In the case above, the control script created is bin/seleniumrc.

FYI, there is the Python selenium module which allows to control Selenium RC.

http://pypi.python.org/pypi/selenium

The recipe let you also choose the exact version of Selenium RC to be used:

[buildout]
parts = seleniumrc

[seleniumrc]
recipe = collective.recipe.seleniumrc
url = http://selenium.googlecode.com/files/selenium-server-standalone-2.0rc1.jar
md5sum = 19ac13b18cdc6840dd32678215d38e1b

In case you still need to use Selenium RC 1.x, you need to ask explicitely to unzip the download:

[buildout]
parts = seleniumrc

[seleniumrc]
recipe = collective.recipe.seleniumrc
url = http://selenium.googlecode.com/files/selenium-remote-control-1.0.3.zip
md5sum = 8935cc7fe4dde2fd2a95ddd818e7493b
download-only = false

Sometimes, you may want to use another Java executable:

[buildout]
parts = seleniumrc

[seleniumrc]
recipe = collective.recipe.seleniumrc
java-cmd = /home/www/java/bin/java

To suppress all default values (e.g., to install without verifying the MD5 checksum), use the ‘no-defaults’ option:

[buildout]
parts = seleniumrc

[seleniumrc]
recipe = collective.recipe.seleniumrc
url = http://selenium.googlecode.com/files/selenium-remote-control-1.0.3.zip
java-cmd = /home/www/java/bin/java
no-defaults = True

License

Open Source License - Zope Public License v2.1

Contributors

Jordan Baker (hexsprite), Author - jbb <at> scryent.com

Asheesh Laroia - asheesh <at> creativecommons.org

Hanno Schlichting - hannosch <at> plone.org

Godefroid Chapelle - gotcha <at> bubblenet.be

Maik Roder - roeder <at> berg.net

Tres Seaver - tseaver <at> palladion.com

Marc Abramowitz - marc <at> marc-abramowitz.com

Change History

0.6.1.1 (2011-09-16)

  • Updated README as well.

0.6.1 (2011-09-16)

  • Updated the default Selenium RC version to the latest (2.6.0).

0.6 (2011-06-21)

  • Updated the default Selenium RC version to the latest (2.0rc2). Thanks to Marc Abramowitz for the patch.

0.5 (2010-11-02)

  • Updated the default Selenium RC version to the latest (1.0.3).
  • Added support for suppressing all default configuration values using ‘no-defaults’.

0.4 (2010-08-11)

  • Made the runner shell aware of Firefox 3.5.
  • Made the recipe compatible with versions of Selenium RC up to 1.0.3.

0.3 (2009-11-30)

  • Changed runner shell from /bin/sh to /bin/bash to avoid problems on systems where /bin/sh != /bin/bash. [hexsprite]
  • Adding documentation about choosing the exact Selenium RC version, and selecting the exact Java binary [maikroeder]
  • Updated to latest version of SeleniumRC 1.0.1. [maikroeder]
  • Updated the long_description to go on PyPI. Still needs some formatting work. [hexsprite]

0.2 (2009-02-1)

  • Updated to latest version of SeleniumRC 1.0-beta-2. [hannosch]
  • Added patches to look for firefox in the PATH in common places. Added MOZ_NO_REMOTE environment variable to force Firefox to spawn new instance. (patches from Asheesh Laroia)
  • Fixed to work with Selenium 1.0 beta 1. (patches from Asheesh Laroia)
  • Default distribution changed to Selenium 1.0 beta 1

0.1

  • initial version created at Plone Conference 2007 in Naples. [hexsprite]

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