Known supported browsers are Firefox, Internet Explorer >=7, and WebKit browsers.
jskit now supports both py.test 2.0 and late py.test 1.x.
jskit requires Python 2.6 or 2.7. It also uses MochiKit - of which it ships a version within itself for convenience - for its own working though in does not imposes its usage on tested code.
jskit was initially developed by Open End AB and is released under the MIT license.
The project repository lives at http://bitbucket.org/pedronis/js-infrastructure/
Discussions and feedback should go to py-dev at codespeak.net
make reusing one tab/window and the corresponding browser test object for all tests using the same setup in a session the default, this is enforced when using py.test 2.0 which collects all tests first
py.test 2.0 is now supported! py.test 1.x still works as well
various internal cleanups and simplifications
some light refreshing and editing of the docs
fix the looking up of jstests_setup values to consider the chain of conftest.py correctly
MochiKit usage is really an implementation detail, switch to by default in tests importing it with __export__=false, which means the name MochiKit alone is defined in the global (window) namespace, use in a jstests_setup:
class jstests_setup: MochiKit__export__ = True
to get the old behavior.
- optionally delegate to the serverSide how the baseurl from which tests will be served should look like, useful when doing proxying for functional testing abuse of oejskit
- change packaging to just offer a source tar file, so that makes it easier to package
- requires Python 2.6 or 2.7
- improved code to check for the presence of browsers which is used to skip tests, this means that listing non-present browsers in browser specs should not provoke problems
- workaround to bug in FF3.5 triggered by the global var leak detection code, no leak detection with FF3.5 :(
- flexible user-defined-name=commandline control over browser names for browser.py server with documentation
- document the glue to standard library unittest.py
- better error reporting when a browser cannot be started
- use json module included in Python >=2.6, simplejson otherwise
- move the py.test plugin into the oejskit package, expose it through a pytest11 setuptools entry point
- fix own-tests-only issues and warnings with py.test 1.1.x
- fixes for py.test 1.0 final compatibility
- experimental glue to standard library unittest.py (no docs yet)