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How to use python in TestMaker

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Hello,

Now I 'm learning python to do testing jobs, and want to use it in
TestMaker.
The problem is: I don't know how to use python in TestMaker.
Just write python program in it or call .py files in it?
I am really new about it and need some help.

Thanks a lot!

Oct 19 '06 #1
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kelin,zz****@gmail.com wrote:
Hello,

Now I 'm learning python to do testing jobs, and want to use it in
TestMaker.
The problem is: I don't know how to use python in TestMaker.
Just write python program in it or call .py files in it?
I am really new about it and need some help.

Thanks a lot!
What/where is TestMaker?

Oct 19 '06 #2

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At Wednesday 18/10/2006 23:34, kelin,zz****@gmail.com wrote:
>Now I 'm learning python to do testing jobs, and want to use it in
TestMaker.
The problem is: I don't know how to use python in TestMaker.
Just write python program in it or call .py files in it?
I am really new about it and need some help.
What do you mean by "use python in TestMaker"?
TestMaker is written in Python, but you dont need to know Python to
use it at all.
Do you want to modify TestMaker itself? Then you should learn the
Python language first.
--
Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL

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Oct 19 '06 #3

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Paddy wrote:
kelin,zz****@gmail.com wrote:
Hello,

Now I 'm learning python to do testing jobs, and want to use it in
TestMaker.
The problem is: I don't know how to use python in TestMaker.
Just write python program in it or call .py files in it?
I am really new about it and need some help.

Thanks a lot!
What/where is TestMaker?
Well, TestMaker is a tool to do testing jobs.
You can visit the following website for some info:
http://www.pushtotest.com/.

Oct 19 '06 #4

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I don't know that TestMaker is written in Python before. So maybe it's
my mistake. Then have you ever done testing jobs with Python? I know
that many people do testing jobs with it. I just can't find a good tool
to do Unit Test with Python. Could you please tell me any?

Thanks a lot!
Gabriel Genellina wrote:
At Wednesday 18/10/2006 23:34, kelin,zz****@gmail.com wrote:
Now I 'm learning python to do testing jobs, and want to use it in
TestMaker.
The problem is: I don't know how to use python in TestMaker.
Just write python program in it or call .py files in it?
I am really new about it and need some help.

What do you mean by "use python in TestMaker"?
TestMaker is written in Python, but you dont need to know Python to
use it at all.
Do you want to modify TestMaker itself? Then you should learn the
Python language first.
--
Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL

__________________________________________________
Preguntá. Respondé. Descubrí.
Todo lo que querías saber, y lo que ni imaginabas,
está en Yahoo! Respuestas (Beta).
¡Probalo ya!
http://www.yahoo.com.ar/respuestas
Oct 19 '06 #5

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"kelin,zz****@gmail.com" <zz****@gmail.comwrites:
I just can't find a good tool to do Unit Test with Python. Could you
please tell me any?
Python comes with batteries included.

<URL:docs.python.org/lib/module-unittest>

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Oct 19 '06 #6

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"kelin,zz****@gmail.com" <zz****@gmail.comwrites:
I just can't find a good tool to do Unit Test with Python. Could you
please tell me any?
Python comes with batteries included.

<URL:http://docs.python.org/lib/module-unittest>

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Ben Finney

Oct 19 '06 #7

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