[plt-scheme] Re: Delirium - a web automation tool

From: pp (pedro.e.pinto at gmail.com)
Date: Fri Dec 7 12:42:24 EST 2007

This looks great. Look forward to playing with it.

Just out of curiosity how do you script the browser?


On Dec 7, 6:02 am, "Noel Welsh" <noelwe... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Delirium is a web-browser automation toolkit, which means it's a
> Scheme library that provides a bunch of functions that you can use to
> control a web browser.  We expect the primary use will be for web
> testing, and Delirium can be used inside SchemeUnit like any other
> Scheme library.
> For the Schemers Delirium isn't anything special, but we believe the
> use of continuations make Delirium a major advance over similar web
> testing tools like Selenium.  If you write your server code in Scheme
> you can directly test how your server side responds to web tests with
> tests running on the same server.  That is to say a test can
> interleave calls to the web browser and to the server side code, which
> is impractical without continuations.  This features makes it much
> easier to write reliable and comprehensive tests.
> Delirium is on PLaneT:
>  http://planet.plt-scheme.org/display.ss?package=delirium.plt&owner=un...
> Note the documentation was translated by hand from Scribble
> documentation.  Some errors may have been introduced during the
> translation.
> Enjoy!
> N.
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