Once upon a time we used Selenium to test the UI, but it's a complicated
and fragile system and we ended up abandoning it. We've replaced it with
frontend unit tests which run in a browser using the jasmine framework. If
you're doing Review Board development using the devserver, you can run
these by navigating to /js-tests/
If you're just looking to verify an upgrade, I wouldn't worry with all
that. Our upgrades are pretty painless (except in the most unusual of
circumstances), and if you can open the Review Board site and interact with
it afterwards, everything went OK. We do of course recommend making backups
of things before you start the upgrade process.
On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 11:53 AM, Steve <seide.al...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Is anyone out there doing automated testing of ReviewBoard using Selenium,
> or some other tool? I'd be interested to know how well it's working and
> how difficult it was to set up. I'd really like to have an automated test
> suit in place for my move from 1.7.28 to 2.x, but I haven't written a web
> app test suite before and don't want to bite off more than I can chew.
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