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README

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    SST - Web Test Framework
============================

:Web Home: http://testutils.org/sst
:Project Home: https://launchpad.net/selenium-simple-test
:PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/sst
:License: Apache License, Version 2.0
:Author: Copyright (c) 2011-2013 Canonical Ltd.


---------------------------------
    Automated Testing with Python
---------------------------------

SST (selenium-simple-test) is a web test framework that uses Python
to generate functional browser-based tests.

Tests are made up of scripts or test case classes, created by composing
actions that drive a browser and assert conditions. You have the flexibilty
of the full Python language, along with a convenient set of functions to
simplify web testing.

SST consists of:

 * user actions and assertions (API) in Python
 * test case loader (generates/compiles scripts to unittest cases)
 * console test runner
 * concurrent/parallel tests
 * data parameterization/injection
 * selectable output reports
 * selectable browsers
 * headless (xvfb) mode
 * screenshots on errors

Test output is displayed to the console and optionally saved as 
JUnit-compatible XML for compatibility with CI systems.


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    Install
-----------

SST can be installed or upgraded from `PyPI <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/sst>`_ using
`pip <http://www.pip-installer.org>`_::

    pip install -U sst


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    Official Documentation
--------------------------

Please visit the official docs at: `http://testutils.org/sst <http://testutils.org/sst>`_

For the full `actions` reference, go directly to: `http://testutils.org/sst/actions.html <http://testutils.org/sst/actions.html>`_