Linux Desktop Testing Project (LDTP)
GNU/Linux Desktop Testing Project (GNU/LDTP) is aimed at producing a
high quality test automation framework and cutting-edge tools that can
be used to test GNU/Linux Desktop and improve it. It uses the
accessibility libraries to poke through the application's user
interface. The framework has tools to generate Appmap by reading
through the user interface components of an application. The framework
also has tools to record test cases based on user selection on the
application. GNU/LDTP core framework uses Appmap and the recorded test
cases to test an application and gives the status of each test case as
output. GNU/LDTP can test any GNOME application that is enabled for
accessibility, as Mozilla, Openoffice.org, any Java application (should
have a UI based on swing), and KDE 4.0 applications based on QT 4.0
(based on the press releases by KDE).
You are encouraged to join the project and help to create a robust,
reliable, and stable test framework and tools for Unix desktops.