[Wtr-development] Watir 1.6.6 final released
alex.ikhelis at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 16:30:04 EDT 2010
Thanks a lot for the new version of Watir!
Sorry for looping into this thread. I believe many users wil have similar
1. Is installation instructions page (with all the recommended ruby/rubygems
versions) is up-to-date? http://watir.com/installation/
This have always been a bit tricky to get one's test environment to set up
2. Is current watir-webdriver integration stable enough for usage? What is
recommended for cross-browser testing with watir: watir for IE and FF, or
On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 8:53 PM, Jarmo <jarmo.p at gmail.com> wrote:
> You forgot to tag it on git. You can still do it, i guess, otherwise
> the whole changelog link in CHANGES doesn't work -
> Although i don't know if you tag it on release branch will the link
> still work...
> On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 9:35 PM, Charley Baker <charley.baker at gmail.com>
> > Hello (fire)watirists!
> > We are happy to announce that a (very) long-waited (Fire)Watir
> > 1.6.6 final gem is out!
> > You can check out changelog at
> > Feel free to give it a test drive. Here are the basic instructions.
> > Make sure your local gem system is up to date.
> > gem update --system
> > run gem -v at the command line, you should be running 1.3.7
> > gem install watir
> > Note: If you're installing on Mac or Linux you'll want to use
> > firewatir for the gem install.
> > ...and give it a go. Try to use it with your existing test suites and
> > so on to see if there are any issues.
> > If there are any problems then:
> > 1) Fix it and send a pull request on Github, our main github repo:
> > http://github.com/bret/watir
> > This is the preferred way of accepting patches, we're happy to work
> > with you on how to do this, github also has extensive docs on how to
> > fork and submit a pull request.
> > 2) Add it to our JIRA tracker: http://jira.openqa.org/browse/WTR
> > If you need help with that let us know.
> > If you do have time and can help, please let us know, we can take any
> > help from documentation to running tests on various OSes. We're a
> > friendly project and would be happy to mentor you if you and/or your
> > company is willing to put in the time.
> > Cheers,
> > The Watir Team
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