With QF-Test you can test Eclipse SWT / RCP applications since 2008.
SWT was developed in 2001 for the Eclipse development environment and, unlike Swing, uses the native graphical GUI elements (widgets) of the operating system, which are integrated by thin Java wrappers. SWT thus enables the creation of programs that have a look comparable to "native" programs.
With QF-Test, SWT/Eclipse applications can be tested cross-platform on:
Full access to the Eclipse/SWT application under test is possible through the following scripting languages:
"We also looked at Squish when evaluating a GUI testing tool for our Eclipse/SWT based application. In doing so, we ran the same tests for our software using both tools.
The following criteria were decisive for QF-Test:
Dr. Angelika Blauth
mgm technology partners, Munich, Germany
"I am pleasantly surprised by the power and stability of QF-Test. So far, I have not come across any other comparable tool where tests recorded on Windows can also be run on Linux without such problems.
In the areas that are critical for us, QF-Test behaves as desired, user-friendly and stable. Our American colleagues also commented positively. In addition to the quality of the product, the quality of your support is crucial to our decision to use QF-Test productively for our UI test automation from a business perspective."
Dr. Matthias Wiskow, QA
QA, Wind River Systems, Salzburg, Austria