[Webtest] Re: new window
Thu, 13 May 2004 15:07:51 +0200
Gulp! Ok... But note: I said "help" ;-)
I guess, I'd figure out how webtest uses httpunit and model that into an
interface, implement a httpunit adapter (and a htmlunit adpater) and a
factory that decides which adapter will be instantiated.
Oh, and webtest is fully JUnit equipped, so it would be doable as test
Maybe we could spin off a thread that doesn't go onto this mailing list? Is
there a developer list?
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> Hi Bernhard,
> many thanks for your offer.
> I agree that this would be a benefit, although it may make the support
> work more difficult.
> We would need an Interface that covers both implementations.
> Are you aware that this is a really big workload?
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> > [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Bernhard Wagner
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> > Subject: RE: [Webtest] Re: new window
> > Before switching entirely to htmlunit: Could it make sense to
> let the user
> > choose between htmlunit and httpunit?
> > I would offer my help to implement the mechanism to make this
> > at runtime (I have contributed to a similar infrastructure
> within httpunit
> > to allow for choosing between Tidy and NekoHtml parsers). Sometimes you
> > profit from having the choice in particular situations.
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