A tool to directly execute selenese files created by Selenium IDE
What It Does
selexe is a tool to directly execute selenese files (i.e. *.sel files) created by the selenium IDE. Selenium commands are directly translated into Python executable code without the need of manually converting selenese files into Python code first.
V 0.1.0 (2012-01-08) Initial version
This package has been mainly developed under Linux, and hence should run on all standard unix platforms, as well as on Mac OS X.
It has been tested run with Python 2.6.x and 2.7.x. Python 3.x should also be supported.
selexe has been written by Ralph Heinkel (www.ralph-heinkel.com) and is released under MIT license.
From your unix/windows command line run:
or download the tar.gz or zip package. After unpacking run python setup.py install from your command line.
Documentation can be found at http://packages.python.org/selexe/.
For discussion of selexe issues and getting help please use the Google newsgroup available at http://groups.google.com/group/selexe.
Lots, it is not finished by far!
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