Release Notes: This release adds many enhancements for SWT/Eclipse and wxPython and some general new features, mostly in the editor.
Release Notes: Many enhancements for SWT/Eclipse, some new features in the GUI usecase editor, and a crucial bugfix for Swing with Java 7.
Release Notes: The NameChooser UI has been generalized and enhanced, offering a hierarchical view and the ability to create shortcuts. A retry loop was added for when replayed events fail, which means that some application events aren't needed. A new file polling mechanism was added for synchronising on external events. The ability to filter out certain widget types from the description was added. Many improvements were made to SWT/Eclipse RCP/GEF support, which continues to mature. Some improvements and fixes were also included for Swing. Support for PyGTK apps using gtk.Builder was added.
Release Notes: This release adds many improvements to SWT/Eclipse RCP support (including support for GEF applications), many improvements to wxPython support (status changed from Alpha to Beta), support for Python 3 and Tkinter, the ability to parametrize shortcuts, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Renamed to StoryText. Support has been added for Java Swing. Enhancements and bugfixes for SWT/Eclipse and PyGTK, as well as for the generic framework.
Release Notes: The new SWT/Eclipse RCP support was tidied up and some minor enhancements were added there. A couple of PyGTK specific bugs and a few general bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support has been added for Java GUIs using SWT and Eclipse RCP, using Jython and SWTBot. Beta status. The shortcut mechanism has been generalized and improved. There are many general bugfixes.
Release Notes: Mostly bugs related to PyGTK were fixed, although some internal reorganization and minor API changes were also done. Proof-of-concept support was added for the Hildon extension to PyGTK, the GUI used on Nokia's Maemo devices. PyUseCase is now also available from PyPI, e.g. "pip install pyusecase".
Release Notes: Very basic support for wxPython was added. There are also a number of enhancements and bugfixes for PyGTK. Notably, gtk.Dialog.run is now supported without requiring source code changes. Python 2.6 and PyGTK 2.12 or later are now required. The legacy instrumentation-based interface has been removed.
Release Notes: Tkinter support has matured a fair amount, with support added for three new widget types (Canvas, Checkbutton, and Listbox). There has also been work done on the PyGTK side with a couple of new widget types supported (TextView, SpinButton) and quite a few bugfixes.