@ Tobie,
I look at the prototype 'contribute' page, and everything is very well
explain, so I could create a fork on Github, make some modifcation
regarding what I think is an error, and run test to see if there is
not regression. I also update test to verify this patch accuracy.
Test were run on FF2.0, FF3.0, FF3.5b4, IE8, Chrome 2.0, Opera 9.64
and safari 3b4, and seems to gave good result, but have actually no
way to test more browser version.

A pull request was just send to sam.

@ Simon,
yes, you are right, it's very simple to use, but you still need to
install windows or linux distrib on a virtual machines created :))
in fact I first thought it was shipped with it :((
silly no !!


On 13 mai, 22:50, Simon Charette <charett...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Virtual Box is fine.
> You should have no problems testing many Windows and linuxes distros.
> I've not tried with Mac and you might have to get another virtualisation
> tool and get a "Special Version" of Mac OS since
> Mr. Jobs doesn't allow Mac software running on non-Mac hardware.
> Anyway, thats the tool I used for myself and it works great.
> 2009/5/13 david <david.brill...@gmail.com>
> > Hi tobie,
> > one click install for Window seems good, and it didn't seems to
> > complicate after, I just look the documentation in the prototype
> > website.
> > I just make some research on the net, and i found VirtualBox, for
> > testing on different OS version and browser. Is it the good choice, or
> > is there a better tool (free of course) ???
> > thanks,
> > On 13 mai, 15:21, Tobie Langel <tobie.lan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I will do the unit test but I think I need RoR to do that, so it could
> > > > take a couple of days because I did not know Rails.
> > > You just need Ruby, which comes bundled with OS 10.5 or is available
> > > as a one-click install for Windows.
> > > The tests are then just run from the command line.
> > > Regarding your initial question, I think there might be legacy
> > > versions of FF which had weird issues.
> > > Best,
> > > tobie
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