Watir Recorder generates scripts that are not compatable with Watir 1.6.

Boyd Ivey wrote:
> Can anyone answer this?  I uninstalled Ruby and watirrecorder++ and 
> reinstalled Ruby hoping that would help.  After reinstalling Ruby I 
> ran a .rb file and after running the .rb file from a dos box 
> WatirRecorder installed it's self and opened a WatirRecorder++ 
> window.  Of course, I'm still getting the same results with not 
> getting playback to work or not being able to run a ruby file form a 
> dos box and not have it open a WatirRecorder++ dialog box.  
>  
> Thank you for your help.
>  
>  
>
>
>  
> On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 11:10 PM, nagmani vm <nagman...@gmail.com 
> <mailto:nagman...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     Am New to Ruby Watir can u pls send the Watir Recorder software
>
>
>     On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 3:32 AM, Boyd Ivey <boydiv...@gmail.com
>     <mailto:boydiv...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>         I'm new to watir and have a easy question.  When I record a
>         ruby script in WatirRecorder++ it records fine.  When I'm
>         finished recording I can Stop and Save the script with no
>         problems.  However at this point in WatirRecorder++ if I click
>         the Playback button a new WatirRecorder++ program pops up with
>         the identical code (now I have 2 WatirRecorder programs
>         running with identical scripts) and the script does not run.  
>         My default code in the script is:
>          
>
>         require
>
>         'watir'
>
>         include
>
>         Watir
>
>         require
>
>         'test/unit'
>
>         class
>
>         TC_recorded < Test::Unit::TestCase      def test_recorded
>                     ie = IE. new
>         **  I've also used: ie = Watir::IE.new on the last line above
>         and received same results **
>          
>         Also, I've tried running the scripts from a dos prompt.  First
>         off, the files are saved as .ware files.  I get an error when
>         I try to run the .ware file.  If I rename the file to a .rb
>         and type: *scriptname.rb* it again opens WatirRecorder++ with
>         the script displaying and does not run the script.
>          
>         What am I missing?   Isn't Playback supposed to playback the
>         script?  Why is running a ruby file from a dos prompt opening
>         WatirRecorder++ and not running the script?
>          
>          
>         Thanks,
>          
>
>
>
>
>     -- 
>     Thanks & Regards,
>      Nagmani V.M.
>
>
>     >


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