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Fuentetaja, Ed ed.fuentetaja at
Sat Jan 3 18:21:44 UTC 2004

Yes, Bugzilla Test Runner is still alive. Prasad, for more information
please go to:

A helping hand is more than welcomed, so far I'm the only developer :(

I'm about to release a new version with some important improvements. The
major one is that test cases won't be tied to particular testers. Myk
rightly suggested than for open-source projects would be much better to
let anybody run a test case. I'm also busy brushing up the interface and
improving the usability.

Speaking of open source, I recently moved the project to sourceforge:

Thanks and happy new year to everyone,


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian Robottom Reis [mailto:kiko at] 
> Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2003 7:19 AM
> To: developers at
> Cc: prasad kadbane
> Subject: Re: your mail
> On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 09:07:14AM +0100, Jeroen 
> Ruigrok/asmodai wrote:
> > -On [20031230 08:52], prasad kadbane (prasad_kadbane at 
> > wrote:
> > >I am a student doing Bachelor of computer Engg in Pune university, 
> > >India.  I am in the final year of degree course and I am doing a 
> > >project based on Bugzilla software. The aim of my project 
> is to link 
> > >Bugzilla with test case repository. Every bug entered in 
> the Bugzilla 
> > >will have a corresponding test case associated with it. 
> The bug can 
> > >be reproduced or demonstrated by running the associated test case.
> > 
> > I am speaking from memory here since I haven't had a chance to mess 
> > with the codebase in a while now (should hopefully change soon):
> There have been two [separate?] testcase efforts discussed 
> here on the list; in particular Ed Fuentetaja and Myk have 
> been looking at this. It might make sense to look at their 
> work before starting anew.
> Take care,
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