Archive for the 'Testuff' Category

Unicode and permalinks

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

Working on integrating of automation scripts with Testuff, I’ve encountered an interesting Unicode-related issue I’d like to share.
The integration allows for an automated testing script to report the results of its run to the Testuff server. In order for the results to be grouped, displayed and summarized correctly, the automation script needs to tell the [...]

Digging into Python’s PYC files

Friday, January 25th, 2008

One of the first things we needed to do when we started working on Testuff, was to figure out how are we going to update the installed desktop clients. This is one of those problems that seems to usually fall under the NIH syndrome, and like many others before me, I invented my own scheme. [...]

Testuff is finally usable

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

It’s a very exciting time for us here at Testuff as our product has finally reached a point where it can actually be used by real people. You can’t use testing software unless you can report bugs, and until now we could only report bugs to Trac. Now, with the addition of support for Bugzilla [...]

Ian’s comments on Testuff

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Wow!
I finally sat down today to write those Testuff emails I talked about and just as I was getting into the mood of doing that I spotted this post. Apparently Ian keeps track of whoever mentions his name and had quite a few things to say about our offer and our site. Thanks Ian!
Most of [...]

Testuff – a test case management service

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

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I haven’t posted too much here lately and for a good reason. Arik and I have been hard at work to release the first public beta of our test management service called Testuff. Developing software is hard enough when you have plenty of resources but when you are a one- or two-man shop with limited [...]