February 26, 2012

SST 0.2.0 Release Announcement (and codebase visualization)

SST (selenium-simple-test) is a web test framework that uses Python to generate functional browser-based tests.

Version 0.2.0 Released!

SST version 0.2.0 is on PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/sst

install or upgrade with:

pip install -U sst

Changelog: http://testutils.org/sst/changelog.html
SST Docs: http://testutils.org/sst
SST on Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/selenium-simple-test


Development Update

So... what's up with SST development? is it active?

I ran Gource against the trunk branch and created an awesome visualization (with soundtrack!) to show off development activity:

video: link (with soundtrack)
video: link (no soundtrack)

The magic incantation of `gource` to produce the video:

$ gource \
    -s .3 \
    -1280x720 \
    --auto-skip-seconds .3 \
    --multi-sampling \
    --stop-at-end \
    --hide mouse,progress \
    --file-idle-time 0 \
    --max-files 0  \
    --background-colour 222222 \
    --font-size 20 \
    --logo docs/assets/sst-logo_small.png \
    --title "SST Development - lp:selenium-simple-test" \
    --output-ppm-stream - \
    --output-framerate 30 \
    | ffmpeg -y -r 30 -f image2pipe -vcodec ppm -i - -b 2048K movie.mp4

(rendered on Ubuntu 11.10, audio mixed with Pitivi)

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