WebTest Monitor

WebTest now contains a minimal GUI showing the progression of the tests execution when started manually:


What does it bring? In fact nearly nothing.

It’s just a small information displayed during test execution. It becomes funny when you start a few dozen tests in parallel because you nearly don’t have time to follow each single test that get started or finished: it goes too fast. But this will be the subject of a future post once this feature is integrated in WebTest builds.



  1. Victor Ott said,

    November 18, 2007 at 9:30 pm

    I personally find the monitor window useful, from a “feeling” point of view. It’s a kind of summary, and the feedback from the WebTest run is more “direct”.
    Nevertheless I had to revert to the last 2.5 release, because R_1639 is a bit unstable: wt.createProject forgets to create the project subdirectories, and running fails at some point.

  2. Marc Guillemot said,

    November 22, 2007 at 4:15 pm

    You’re right, build 1639 contains a regression for wt.createProject which is now fixed.
    Note that WebTest mailing list and bug tracking system better fit for such bug reports ;-).

  3. Victor Ott said,

    November 25, 2007 at 8:40 pm

    Oh, I was sure the issue was identified long before I wrote my comment, so it wasn’t meant as a real bug report 😉

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