with QF-Test 6.0.5 the final update for QF-Test version 6 was released today in oder to support Java 20 and Eclipse / SWT 4.27 alias "2023-03", fix a number of bugs and prepare the way for parallel operation with QF-Test 7.
Next week, most of our developers are going to attend the JavaLand conference – not only as participants and listeners but also with a talk and our own booth. There we are going to demo our latest and greatest QF-Test version 7, scheduled for release shortly after the conference.
Your QFS team
Highlights of QF-Test 6.0.5
Java 20 and Eclipse 4.27 are now supported
Preparation for parallel operation with the upcoming QF-Test 7.0
We advise all users to update to this version in due time.
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From our YouTube Channel
In the recording of our special webinar What's in the box?! – Using QF-Test with Docker containers we will introduce you to our QF-Test Docker image and show you how you can use it for your test automation. ➜ Go to the video