bret at pettichord.com
Tue Dec 2 00:07:03 EST 2008
OK, you got me rolling. I'm doing this work in
http://svn.seleniumhq.org/svn/watir/branches/attach/ in case you or others
want to follow/contribute/kibbitz.
Random interest can be sated here:
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 7:53 PM, Gavin Jefferies <gavin at vmbed.com> wrote:
> Hi Bret,
> Thanks. Some comments from me below.
> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 4:56 PM, Bret Pettichord <bret at pettichord.com>
> > Gavin,
> > Thanks for submitting this. I've taken a quick look at your code, and i
> > think it will help us get moving in the right direction. I do see that
> > more changes will be needed to the code than what you have here, but like
> > said a good start. Frankly, I've been putting this off because I knew
> > were several loose threads involved.
> Yes I see this as an incremental step towards creating a more uniform
> interface for the attach functionality but by no means the whole or
> even most of the way there.
> > I like the extra tests you write, but I also want to update our existing
> > tests of IE.attach to test this new code.
> The test I added started as a copy of
> watir/unittests/windows/attach_to_existing_window_test.rb which should
> probably be deleted then if this gets checked in.
> > I will respond to some of your questions below.
> > On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 5:45 PM, Gavin Jefferies <gavin at vmbed.com>
> >> Hi Folks,
> >> Attached is my attempt to create a firewatir class attach method and a
> >> Watir::Browser.attach method so that it can be used across ie and
> >> firefox. Given that this is my first attempt to modify the watir code,
> >> I expect that it will need changes, or may be completely off the ball,
> >> or not conform to the direction of the project etc. So have at it.
> >> A couple of things:
> >> 1. Do all cross browser class methods have to live in browser.rb like
> >> that?
> > I don't understand the question. Putting the class methods in browser.rb
> > the most obvious way to organize the code. There are other ways as well.
> > you have a problem with this approach? Did you want to suggest something
> > else?
> That works fine. I think I was concerned it will get tiresome after a
> while having to add a dispatch method in their for every common
> method. But I'm not a Ruby expert and cannot think of another way to
> do it. Now if it was Perl....
> >> 2. If I don't have that require 'watir/ie' at the start of the unit
> >> test I keep getting a commonwatir/lib/watir/browser.rb:90:in `klass':
> >> (eval):1:in `klass': uninitialized constant Watir::IE (NameError) it
> >> looks like the autoload is not working for me but I'm at a loss to
> >> figure out why.
> > I was not able to reproduce this problem.
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