|Subject:||Re: Article criticizing Linux in the Economist - large need of software support time|
|Date:||Wed, 4 Apr 2012 12:03:39 -0600|
On Apr 4, 2012, at 8:06 AM, Gerold Rupprecht wrote:
Eggplant is a commercial product and is the core of TestPlant's business, so we won't be opening the source code to the public. We are very appreciative of the open source community, though, and of the GNUstep community in particular. Using GNUstep we've been able to deliver Eggplant on Windows and Linux in addition to the original Mac version, all built from a single code base.
So while we can't provide our source code, in the spirit of gratitude and mutual cooperation we would be happy to offer some Eggplant licenses for automated testing of any GNUstep based applications.
Agreed. Eggplant is a graphical tool for automated testing of software through its user interface. A suite of Eggplant test scripts could complement the existing GNUstep unit tests to help catch regressions at the GUI layer. If anyone is interested in taking a stab at implementing some test scripts, feel free to contact me for an Eggplant license.
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