Mozmilll 2.0.9

An Open Source and platform-independent UI automation tool for Mozilla applications

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What's new in Mozmilll 2.0.9:

  • Bug 1088609 - Disable pref for the australis quick tour
  • Bug 1088029 - Missing repository information in test report
  • Bug 1076870 - Set browser.newtabpage.introShown pref to true to disable the options
  • Bug 1081996 - Finally disable e10s prompt
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LICENSE TYPE:
MPL (Mozilla Public License) 
OUR RATING:
5.0/5
DEVELOPED BY:
Mikeal Rogers
USER RATING:
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HOMEPAGE:
github.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
Mozmill is an open source, completely free, functional and operating system independent UI (User Interface) automation and test framework implemented in Python for developers who are trying to build Mozilla applications.

Compatible with Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Firefox

The program can be used for writing tests, as well as an automation script for Gecko-based applications, such as Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Firefox. It is distributed as a Python command-line tool, which includes a mechanism for running the tests.

Mozmill is used for testing the release cycle for security releases and new major version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It can also be used for other well-known Mozilla apps, including SeaMonkey and Thunderbird.

Getting started with Mozmill

To install and use the Mozmill program in your GNU/Linux distribution, you will have to download the latest version of the project from Softpedia, where it is distributed as a source tarball (TAR archive) or grab the latest code from its GitHub page.

If you’ve downloaded the TAR archive, extract its contents using an archive manager utility. No matter what method you’ve used, open a terminal emulator application and navigate to the location of the /mozmill folder (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/mozmill or cd /home/softpedia/mozmill-2.0.9).

Then, in the terminal emulator window, run the ‘virtualenv venv’ command, then execute the ‘source venv/bin/activate’ command, followed by the ‘./setup_development.py’ command. That’s it, you can now use Mozmill to test user interfaces.

Mozmilll was reviewed by , last updated on December 18th, 2014

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