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21
Integration with Development Tools

Automating GUI tests is just one part of the development cycle. Requirements like automating the compilation or build process, running tests, creating documentation or providing a deliverable package led on to a variety of different development tools like IDEs (e.g. Eclipse) or build tools (e.g. make, ant, maven) or so called continuous integration systems (like Jenkins/Hudson, Cruise Control, Continuum).

In general, by use of QF-Test's command line interface as documented in chapter 17 and chapter 35 a straight forward integration with those tools should be possible.

NoteGUI tests require an active user session. Chapter Hints on setting up test-systems contains useful tips and tricks to set-up your test-systems. In FAQ 14 you can find technical details.

The following sections contain examples for integrations with a some of the tools mentioned above.

21.1
Eclipse
21.2
Ant
21.3
Maven
21.4
Jenkins/Hudson
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