Sunday, 20 January 2008

cl-selenium moved to common-lisp.net

CL-Selenium, a project that I use/contribute to is now located at http://common-lisp.net/project/cl-selenium.

A little bit about the project:

Selenium is a test tool for web applications. You might use Selenium as a foundation for acceptance or functional testing. CL-Selenium is a Common Lisp interface to Selenium.

Right now, it is at version 0.1 as it is very new but it is quite usable. See the getting started tutorial if you don't believe me. As a bonus, it is now adsf-installable!

Thanks to the common-lisp.net guys, whoever you are. Thanks also to Matt Kennedy for starting up the project!

3 comments:

Slobodan Blazeski said...

Looks interesthing, I will try it immediately after I finish with prolog.
Please increase font size of the code in your getting started, the code is unreadable.

Sohail Somani said...

Yes, the font sizes are a bit small...

Anonymous said...

Hi Sohail,

I'm trying to set up cl-selenium in conjunction with hunchentoot, as per Eric Normand's http://www.lispcast.com/2007/10/lispcast-episode-2/.

Unfortunately, documentation is pretty sparse. Think you could give me a quick tip on how to get selenium rc up and running with an instance of hunchentoot (or maybe add it to your Getting Started page)?