jWebUnit 1.2 available

The jwebunit team is pleased to announce the jWebUnit 1.2 release!

http://jwebunit.sourceforge.net

jWebUnit is a Java framework that facilitates creation of acceptance tests for
web applications. It evolved from a project where we were using HttpUnit and
JUnit to create acceptance tests. As the tests were being written, they were
continuously refactored to remove duplication and other bad smells in the test
code. jWebUnit is the result of these refactorings.

Changes in this version include:

New Features:

o assertTextNotInElement method addition
o assertFormNotPresent method addition
o goto a page directly by url Issue: 724337. Thanks to Alex Chaffee.
o support for clicking links by text when there are multiple links with same
text on page Thanks to justin sampson.
o support for multiple checkboxes with different values Issue: 627735.
o Moved the build system from Ant to Maven.
o Added support for cookies. Issue: 715841. Thanks to Vivek Venugopalan.

Fixed bugs:

o Wrong text in Assert Issue: 856218. Thanks to Roberto Cosenza.
o quickstart.html setBaseUrl is mistyped Issue: 908440. Thanks to Vasile
Alaiba.
o assertFormElementPresent fails when a form is in an IFRAME Issue: 910242.
Thanks to Hien Nguyen.
o assertLinkPresentWithImage("foo") fails if foo isn't first Issue: 908372.
o broken link in jwebunit-1.1.1 set of files Issue: 918278. Thanks to Jim
Cloughley.
o prevent js files from being returned as response content
o Fork enabled for ant-build compile. Issue: 727614. Thanks to Brad Clarke.
o Form submit overload for forms with multiple submit buttons. Issue: 745868.
Thanks to Charles Blaxland.

Changes:

o form assertion failure messages more accurate
o Upgraded all dependencies (httpunit, rhino, nekohtml, xerces, junit) to
their newest released version.

Have fun!
-The jwebunit team

Posted by Martijn Dashorst 2004-06-13

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