Test Case Manager for Bugzilla
ed.fuentetaja at ttu.edu
Tue Sep 30 21:09:43 UTC 2003
Markham, Gervase wrote:
>From a 30-second look, I'd say that it would be cool to have a unit
>test add-on for Bugzilla, but we wouldn't want it to be part of the
>- that way lies bloat.
I totally agree with you. Not everyone using Bugzilla needs a test case
management system. TestRunner should be some kind of optional add-on or
>The UI seems quite confusing, with a lot of jargon. (This is not your
>fault, presumably. :-) It's hard to work out how it works, and what all
>the bits do, and why they are there.
Well, I didn't find the interface that confusing, maybe because I've
used other test case management applications in the past, or maybe I'm
accustomed to the jargon.
I've added a link to the Test Runner manual to the main page:
>zach at zachlipton.com was working on a test case management system called
>Litmus - perhaps you two should hook up.
Thanks, this is the first time I heard of Litmus. Anyway, testrunner is
a finished product (well, as finished as any software product can be),
works, and does everything I ask to this kind of tool. I think I'm gonna
stick with it and propose it as the test case tool for our department.
Thanks for your input,
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