[PyQt] recommendations for automatic testing of pyqt applications
daniel.goertzen at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 12:57:43 BST 2012
I use squish for testing a pyqt app and it works very well:
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 4:03 PM, Gelonida N <gelonida at gmail.com> wrote:
> Im having a self written pyQT applciation.
> Now I wondered how I could easiest apply automated test.
> Something like:
> - start application
> - wait till a certain scren is visible.
> - check now, that five buttons are visible and check that
> two of the buttons are grayed out.Check also that each button has a size
> greater than a given specified size and that the buttons are aligned.
> - then click one button and verify, that a dialog pops up.
> Not having done automated testing of a PyQt APP I wondered whether
> something like above descriped test could be implememnted
> Is there a way to determine at any given moment what widgets are visible
> and which coordinates they have?
> Would there be any way to just log or monitor all widgets and the signals
> they emitted?
> Is there any existing testing framwork for such tasks or would I have to
> start from scrratch.
> Thanks a lot for any info / suggestions.
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