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Peptest is an automated testing framework designed to test whether or not the browser's UI thread remains responsive while performing a variety of actions. Tests are simple Javascript files which can optionally import Mozmill's driver to manipulate the user interface in an automated fashion.

Project description

[Peptest](https://wiki.mozilla.org/Auto-tools/Projects/peptest) is a Mozilla automated testing harness for running responsiveness tests. These tests measure how long events spend away from the event loop.

# Running Tests

Currently tests are run from the command line with python. Peptest currently depends on some external Mozilla python packages, namely: mozrunner, mozprocess, mozprofile, mozinfo, mozlog, mozhttpd and manifestdestiny.

See [running tests](https://wiki.mozilla.org/Auto-tools/Projects/peptest#Running_Tests) for more information.

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