Jameleon is an automated testing framework that can be used by technical and non-technical users alike. One of the main concepts behind it is to create a group of keywords or tags that represent different screens of an application. All of the logic required to automate each particular screen can be defined in Java and mapped to these keywords. The keywords can then be organized with different data sets to form test scripts without requiring an in-depth knowledge of how the application works. The test scripts are then used for both testing automation and test case document generation.
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Release Notes: A few results bugs regarding IE 6 and IE 7 were fixed, the results are now generated based on the desired character set, and this release runs against Java 1.4.2, 5.0, and 6.0 again.
Release Notes: 34 bugs were fixed and 46 features were added, including a new Watij plug-in and totally revamped HTML results.
Release Notes: This release includes four new features and fixes four bugs. A notable new feature is an experimental Selenium plug-in. One of the fixed bugs includes a fix to a performance slow-down in the Jiffie plug-in introduced back in the 3.3-M2 release.
Release Notes: This release includes over thirty-one bug fixes and enhancements that focus on stability and user interface enhancements. A few notable enhancements include a test-suite tag, better support for Mac OS X, and a new user interface configuration dialog, allowing for on-the-fly configuration changes. There is one change that requires configuration files be migrated to a new file when upgrading.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and enhancements, including a major rewrite of the test results.