RIDE is a development environment for Robot Framework test cases.
Join our #ride channel in Robot Framework Slack: https://robotframework.slack.com (signup page: https://robotframework-slack-invite.herokuapp.com/)
We have a RIDE section topic in Tools>RIDE.
You can use the tag robotframework-ide to search and ask on StackOverflow.
Welcome to the development version of RIDE - next release will be version 2.0
Version 126.96.36.199 was the last release supporting Python 2.7
Attention, this new version will break old style
:FOR, and you have to change to
Attention, some problems have been detected when using wxPython 4.1.1, namely a crash when detaching File Explorer and Project panes. This is not happening with wxPython 4.2.0.
The pre-release and current development, supports Python 3.8 (since February 2020).
It is better to use Python 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 or 3.9 and now 3.10.
To use Python 3.9, you should have wxPython 4.1.1, and install from
master (since April 2021).
Current development version 2.0b2.dev19 (20 August 2022) supports Python 3.10 with wxPython 4.2.0.
24-jun-2022 A preliminary experiment was done on Fedora 36, Python 3.10.5 and wxPython 4.0.7
Install current development version with:
pip install -U https://github.com/robotframework/RIDE/archive/master.zip
(python < 3.9) Install current Beta version (2.0b1) with:
pip install psutil pip install -U --pre robotframework-ride
Note: The PsUtil module is required, but missing on 2.0b1 requirements. This is already fixed in current development.
Unit testing statuses:
Usage instructions and some tips and tricks can be found from the Wiki
Bug report/enhancement request? Use the issue tracker
Development information is in BUILD file