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I'm in the market for a new test framework. I currently test-unit but I seems like there is some incompatibility between Test-unit , Selenium-webdriver, and modern versions of Firefox. I have had to keep Firefox at 14.0.1 to let the tests execute correctly. I would like to know if anyone has a similar setup or if there is a particular affinity or disdain for the frameworks I have mentioned above.

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What programming language(s) do you want to use? Is the only issue that what you're currently using doesn't work with newer versions of Firefox, or are there other problems you need resolution for? Do you want or need to migrate existing tests that you have to whatever new framework you decide on? – Sam Woods Sep 16 '13 at 18:59
Currently I'm using Ruby. I updated Selenium-webdriver and some other libraries I use, looks like I fixed my problem. I guess I know that Test-Unit might not be the most modern framework, but I am hesitant to move to something that is more behavior driven like cucumber. Why would I want to stay with what I am using vs. upgrading to something that I might like better? – Zach Reichert Sep 16 '13 at 20:35

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