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 Post subject: AJAX for simpletest?
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There is: .. Meaby it will get to work together with simpletest one day..


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Again, I'm not asking about tools to test JS. I was asking if JS or AJAX or whatever looking promising as something to help improving the User Interface to running test cases built with SimpleTest via the standard HtmlReporter.


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I don't think it will allow one to avoid time-out issues, as the tests still need to be run by php, so i'm not seeing advantages right now.

I think it's going to be easier if one uses the xmlreporter instead of htmlreporter. It should make the request/recieve/display with javascript (and xmlhttp) a little more straightforward.


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Well currently none of my tests are too long, but the combination of all of them will hit the timeout. Was thinking that an AJAX version could somehow aggregate the results and show a nice tracking green bar as progress is made, while handing new page requests behind the scenes to keep the timeouts reasonable.


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