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[QF-Test] QF-Test version 3.5.7 released


  • Subject: [QF-Test] QF-Test version 3.5.7 released
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:18:03 +0200

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 QF-Test version 3.5.7 released
 ==============================

QF-Test version 3.5.7 is now available for download from

   http://www.qfs.de/en/qftest/download.html#3.5.7

This update primarily adds support for Eclipse version 4.4 "Luna" as
well as for Firefox versions 31 and 32.


 Conclusion of the QF-Test 3.5 branch
 ====================================

Presumably version 3.5.7 is the last version of the QF-Test 3.5
branch, which will be closed with the official release of QF-Test
4.0.0, probably next week or the week after.

Firefox versions 31 and 32 as well as Eclipse/SWT version 4.4 are the
last versions that QF-Test 3.5 will support. If you need support for
newer Firefox or Eclipse versions you need to upgrade to QF-Test 4.
Please note that QF-Test 3.5.7 also supports Firefox version 31ESR,
which is going to receive updates from the Mozilla Foundation for the
next 42 weeks:

    https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/


 Release Notes for QF-Test version 3.5.7
 =======================================

New features:
_____________

* Support was added for Firefox versions 31 and 32.

* Eclipse/SWT support was added for Eclipse version 4.4 "Luna".

* The command line arguments -exitcodeignorewarning,
-exitcodeignoreerror and -exitcodeignoreexception are now also
available in calldaemon mode. These options are helpful for
integration with continuous integration tools like Hudson/Jenkins or
TeamCity as the exit code of a QF-Test batch run can be forced to 0
even in case of warnings, errors or exceptions.


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

* On Linux systems like RHEL 6.5 with an old version of glibc,
  instrumented 64bit versions of Eclipse failed to start. This
  dependency on a newer version of glibc has been removed.

* For SWT QF-Test refused to replay hard events on negative
  coordinates which, however, are necessary to reach a window on a
  second monitor placed to the left of the main screen on Windows.

* The check for the editable state of INPUT:TEXT, INPUT:PASSWORD and
  TEXTAREA nodes was missing for web clients.

* The "All lines" check for Swing JTextArea components was not
  recorded correctly when clicking below the first line of text.

* When canceling an edit in the detail view or adding a new node,
  QF-Test now checks whether modifications were made and asks for
  confirmation before discarding those.

* When toggling the disabled state of the selected node, modifications
  made but not confirmed in the detail view were silently discarded.

* In very special cases running a test in a QF-Test daemon could fail
  due to a missing engine license even though the license was
  available.

--
Gregor Schmid

E: gregor.schmid@?.de
T: +49 (0)8171 38648-11
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