- Added the objectMap.load(filename) function.
- Stopped a crash from occurring when accessing global AUT properties (like Qt's
qApp), after the AUT has been shut down.
- Perl: Fixed return values in the face of recursive calls caused by an event handler.
- Respect the 'Response Timeout' setting in all cases, so that script commands do not get aborted after 5 minutes if the Response Timout is set to be more than 5 minutes.
- Improved the handling of breakpoints in shared script files.
- Added the
--updatevpoption to the
convertvputility to update the image in the verification point.
- Tcl: Properly escape object names and support Unicode characters in Verification and Synchronization Points in Tcl test scripts.
- Qt 3 with Perl: Fixed the
test::fatal()functions, which were broken in some cases.
- Perl: Support string-wise and numerical comparison operators (
>=, etc.) on wrapped objects wherever the objects allow a meaningful comparison. Also improved the string representations of non-string objects.
- Fixed the side effects of the 3.4.3 protection against access to "dead" objects where repeated AUT starts led to object class descriptions getting mixed up.
- Unix: Squish's startup code no longer gets confused if the name of the last directory in a
PATHvariable is the same as a tool that Squish is looking for—so Squish can now cope with a path that ends with say
.../squish/when it is looking for the Squish executable.
- Filter out multiple recorded
waitForApplicationLaunch()statements since only one is needed each time.
- Opening a Test Script via a Test Result message (e.g., by clicking in Squish's Test Log window), now works correctly even for Test Scripts that are stored on networked drives (Windows Shares).
- Fixed the line selection when clicking on a Test Log item with colons in the message.
- Improved the stability of the Squish IDE when running tests which print a lot of information to the standard output channel.
- Improved the handling of test case templates which are stored in non-standard locations.
- Added support for Qt 4.5.
- Improved the algorithm used for object name generation and hence greatly improved the speed of name lookups.
- Enabled the wrapping of constructors defined for
- Fixed replaying recorded scripts that used Qt 3 tearoff menus.
- Fixed a crash on Mac OS X that occurred when certain Qt 3 applications were terminated.
- Fixed the replay of menu tests when clicking on menu items that have a submenu.
- Preserve non-ASCII characters in existing scripts when a newly recorded script snippet is inserted.
- Improved support for translated strings.
- Added support for the tab list buttons for the CTabFolder.
- Fixed the truncatation of the return value from a Java function that is of type float or double.
- Fixed a security exception when loading the Java wrapper library with webstart in some cases.
- Show AWT/Swing dialogs as top-level objects in the Spy.
- Added a new property, 'basetype'.
- Support lazy hooking for IE when the body of the document that is to be hooked doesn't yet exist.
- Fixed choosing entries in <SELECT> elements in cases where the entry contains a single apostrophe or the backslash character.
- Fixed the runtime dependency for testing Web applications with Firefox 3 on Windows.
- Fixed the retrieval of Web properties which contain a '%' in cases where the property value is longer than 150 characters.
- Improved double-click emulation by sending a release event for both clicks.
- Improved menubar replay support by moving the mouse to the correct top-level menu.
- Added support for compilation against Tcl 8.6.
- Fixed compilation with Qt 4.5 on Windows and Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard).
- Don't wrap
QStylesub-classes. This is to make the wrapper more portable since they are not really required for testing purposes.
- Fixed the compilation problem with Qt 4 and gcc 3.2.
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