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Dec
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suggested approved edit on Reviewing unit tests before implementation
Dec
14
comment Reviewing unit tests before implementation
+1 for cycles. TDD is done in cycles: unit tests are very close to the code (and so solution and architecture) that is evolving. So it would make no sense to have unit tests written once and freeze them forever. It would however, make more sense to agree on some high-level acceptance tests in advance.
Dec
12
revised Choose tests cases to run from Fitnesse test suite
Improved formatting and clarified problem in title
Dec
12
revised Webdriver Check if Checkbox is Set and Set it if Not
Corrected spelling and simplified pseudo-code
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on Choose tests cases to run from Fitnesse test suite
Dec
12
comment Webdriver Check if Checkbox is Set and Set it if Not
@SheyMouse, it may help others helping you if you write down the code you tried, the expected result, and actual result, as you were reporting a bug ;-)
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on Webdriver Check if Checkbox is Set and Set it if Not
Dec
12
reviewed Reviewed Selenium Webdriver - Unable to get focus back to child window
Dec
12
comment Selenium Webdriver - Unable to get focus back to child window
If that works, I would like to understand why ;-)
Dec
12
revised What is 'System Environment'?
Corrected spelling
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on What is 'System Environment'?
Dec
11
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Dec
11
revised How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Corrected spelling
Dec
11
comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
There are lots of Windows tools not requiring GNU that you may use. Java has support for that, Perl cannot be installed as well. Specify a language (in question) in which you want to get the answer.
Dec
11
comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
So Suchit's comment should work. You just need first to parse out all links to CSS with Selenium, regepx or XPath, and then for each extracted link, fetch the referenced CSS file (e.g. with 'wget' in Perl).
Dec
11
suggested approved edit on How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Dec
11
comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
@Lucas, is CSS stored in HTML file or in external files referenced in HTML file?
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Dec
11
comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
How about creating a simple script in bash/Perl that lists all occurences of such incorrect resources? e.g. cat *.css | grep 'http://'?
Dec
10
comment What is the right behavior when user press Logout button while being offline?
I wouldn't close the question but rather generalize it to think the question: "How should I define expected application behavior when there are no explicit requirements given?"