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A GUI test automation framework

Strongwind is a GUI test automation framework inspired by dogtail. Strongwind is object-oriented and extensible. You can use Strongwind to build object-oriented representations of your applications ("application wrappers"), then reuse the application wrappers to quickly develop many test scripts. Strongwind scripts generate a human-readable log that contains the action, expected result and a screen shot of each step. Most simple actions are logged automatically.

Strongwind is written in Python and uses the pyatspi library to manipulate and query the state of applications. Strongwind automatically classifies widgets by their ATK role. By default, Strongwind provides implementations for common actions on regular widgets -- for example, selecting an item in a menu or asserting that a window has closed -- but you can extend Strongwind's implementations or add your own implementations for custom widgets to handle alternate behaviors or custom widgets in your applications.

Package version:0.9-1


Strongwind is a GUI test automation framework inspired by dogtail.

Here are some very useful tutorial links

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strongwind (0.9-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial Release. (Closes: #588883)

 -- Ray Wang <>  Tue, 13 Jul 2010 14:51:22 +0800


2007-10-24  Brad Taylor  <>

	* resources/procedures.xsl: Make the Strongwind logo a link to
	  Strongwind's project page.

2007-10-24  Brad Taylor  <>
	* resources/procedures.xsl:
	* resources/strongwind.png:
	* resources/strongwind.svg: Add Strongwind's logo, drawn by Andreas
	  Nilsson <>.

2007-10-24  Jonathan Tai  <jon@tgpsolu


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