Release Notes: This release adds many enhancements and bugfixes, including performance improvements for large test suites, particularly for Saving. The configuration tab now has a file management context menu similar to the Test tab. Jenkins integration is more reliable and informative. Various knownbugs enhancements have been added.
Release Notes: It is now possible to have separate locations for logs (shared disk) and sandbox (local disk). The dynamic GUI now shows previews of files that compared as equal. Improvements were made to the Jenkins plugin and integration with the StoryText editor for GUI testing.
Release Notes: This release added Jenkins integration in HTML reports, and direct linking to change and bugfix information. Alpha support was added for Condor. A third grid engine was provided in addition to GE and LSF (Condor works better on Windows). A new run_dependent_text syntax was provided for finding later matches in a file.
Release Notes: Many enhancements and bugfixes. Tests now run in parallel if run locally on a multi-core machine, known bugs handling is improved, and there is a new ability to split up long result files with many different changes present.
Release Notes: The "Traffic interception mechanism" has split off into a new project called "CaptureMock"; some migration is needed for anyone using it. Otherwise, there are six months worth of generally minor enhancements and bug fixes across the board.
Release Notes: Various enhancements and bugfixes were made. Notably, tests can be rerun from the dynamic GUI with different settings. Config file settings can now be varied per-test. A "known bug" that will trigger a rerun of the test up to a certain number of times can be run. This release requires Python 2.6 and PyGTK 2.16 or later.
Release Notes: Various enhancements and bug fixes were made. GUI improvements were made with a focus on usability. Enhancements were made to the "known bugs" functionality. Sun Grid Engine is polled to make the status of tests in it more visible. Note this is the last release that will support Python 2.4 and 2.5: TextTest 3.20 will require Python 2.6 and probably GTK 2.18 as well.
Release Notes: This release adds major improvements to the "traffic interception" mechanisms and their documentation, and an improvement to how tests are killed on Windows (the whole process tree is now removed).
Release Notes: There are no major changes. The focus is around startup for GUI testing working smoothly. Most of the bugs fixed existed before 3.16.