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[QF-Test] QF-Test versions 3.5M3 and 3.4.13 released


  • Subject: [QF-Test] QF-Test versions 3.5M3 and 3.4.13 released
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2013 17:53:24 +0100

Dear QF-Test users,

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 QF-Test versions 3.5M3 and 3.4.13 released
 ==========================================

QF-Test versions 3.5M3 and 3.4.13 are available for download from

   http://www.qfs.de/en/qftest/download.html

QF-Test 3.5M3 adds support for the latest Firefox versions 19 and
updates Firefox 18 support after an incompatible change. The new
'Project' concept now includes support for sub-projects. This release
also fixes a shut-down problem with Internet Explorer 10.

With version 3.4.13 the 3.4 branch of QF-Test has now also been
brought up-to-date with Firefox 18 and 19 as well as Internet Explorer
10.

 Release Notes for QF-Test version 3.5M3
 =======================================

New features:
-------------

* Support was updated for Firefox versions 18 and 19.

* The project concept now includes support for sub-projects.

* Javascript error filters defined in the option "Errors that should
  be ignored" are now applied to the complete message including the
  URL and line number of the source of the error.

* Several checks were added for Eclipse JFace components like
  FormText, Href or Hyperlink.


Bugs fixed:
-----------

* The responsiveness of QF-Test severely suffered when opening many
  test-suites.

* Refresh of large projects on slow filesystems like Windows network
  shares is now significantly faster.

* If several projects were opened, automatic refresh of the project
  hierarchy could mess up the project tree.

* Geometry of events relative to an SWT Shell now includes the window
  title and borders.

* Highlighting widgets inside CTabFolders in Eclipse 4.2 now uses the
  correct offset.

* Errors happening outside a test-case were not listed correctly in
  the report if the containing test-set contained several test-cases.

* Downloading files with Firefox could cause a Javascript error if the
  file mimeTypes.rdf was missing from QF-Test's Mozilla profile. This
  file is now created on the fly if necessary.

* Closing the browser window of Internet Explorer 10 could cause the
  browser to deadlock instead of terminate.

* QF-Test's embedding of Internet Explorer 10 caused the browser to
  run in IE9 mode. Now it starts up in IE10 mode by default with the
  usual settings for compatibility mode enabled.

* Replaying [Tab] keystrokes on Firefox did not always trigger the
  correct focus traversal.

* Conflicts caused by an SUT using a Groovy 2 version other than the
  version provided with QF-Test are now resolved.


 Release Notes for QF-Test version 3.4.13
 ========================================

New features:
-------------

* Support was updated for Firefox versions 18 and 19.

* Javascript error filters defined in the option "Errors that should
  be ignored" are now applied to the complete message including the
  URL and line number of the source of the error.


Bugs fixed:
-----------

* The responsiveness of QF-Test severely suffered when opening many
  test-suites.

* Geometry of events relative to an SWT Shell now includes the window
  title and borders.

* Highlighting widgets inside CTabFolders in Eclipse 4.2 now uses the
  correct offset.

* Errors happening outside a test-case were not listed correctly in
  the report if the containing test-set contained several test-cases.

* Downloading files with Firefox could cause a Javascript error if the
  file mimeTypes.rdf was missing from QF-Test's Mozilla profile. This
  file is now created on the fly if necessary.

* Closing the browser window of Internet Explorer 10 could cause the
  browser to deadlock instead of terminate.

* QF-Test's embedding of Internet Explorer 10 caused the browser to
  run in IE9 mode. Now it start up in IE10 mode by default with the
  usual settings for compatibility mode enabled.

* Replaying [Tab] keystrokes on Firefox did not always trigger the
  correct focus traversal.

Best regards,
    Greg

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Gregor Schmid                                Gregor.Schmid@?.de
Quality First Software GmbH                     http://www.qfs.de
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