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README.rdoc

“There's something eerily tingly about seeing a browser run by itself.” twitter.com/swombat/status/1280692921

SafariWatir

DESCRIPTION:

We are putting Watir on Safari. The original Watir (Web Application Testing in Ruby) project supports only IE on Windows. This project aims at adding Watir support for Safari on the Mac.

Requirements

Mac OS X running Safari. Some features require you to turn on “Enable access for assistive devices” in System Preferences > Universal Access.

SYNOPSIS:

require 'rubygems'
require 'safariwatir'

browser = Watir::Safari.new
browser.goto("http://google.com")
browser.text_field(:name, "q").set("obtiva")
browser.button(:name, "btnI").click
puts "FAILURE" unless browser.contains_text("software")

INSTALL:

 [sudo] gem install safariwatir

or

 git clone git://github.com/redsquirrel/safariwatir.git
 cd safariwatir
 git submodule update --init
 rake install

RUNNING SAFARIWATIR AGAINST WATIRSPEC

git clone git://github.com/redsquirrel/safariwatir.git
cd safariwatir
git submodule update --init
spec spec

CONTRIBUTING:

WatirSpec is the emergent standard for the Watir API. We do not currently support all of the functionality described by WatirSpec. A good way to contribute would be to fix a few failing specs as defined by WatirSpec. See “Running SafairWatir Against WatirSpec” to get started.

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