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Fixed some of the incorrect hyperlinks listed in Issue #30 #32

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@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ Arrow is a test framework designed to promote test-driven JavaScript development
Arrow aims to completely remove the line between development’s Unit tests, and Functional and Integration tests by providing a uniform way to create and execute both.
-Arrow itself is a thin, extensible layer that marries JavaScript, NodeJS, PhantomJS and Selenium. Arrow allows you to write tests using YUI-Test and execute those tests using NodeJS, PhantomJS or Selenium. Additionally, Arrow provides a rich mechanism for building, organizing and executing test and test scenarios.
+Arrow itself is a thin, extensible layer that marries JavaScript, NodeJS and Selenium. Arrow allows you to write tests using YUI-Test and execute those tests using NodeJS or Selenium. Additionally, Arrow provides a rich mechanism for building, organizing and executing test and test scenarios.
##Install
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ npm install -g yahoo-arrow
* **--version** display installed arrow version
* **--lib** comma separated list of js files needed by the test
* **--page** path to the mock or production html page, for example: http://www.yahoo.com or mock.html
-* **--driver** selenium|phantomjs|browser. (default: phantomjs)
+* **--driver** one of selenium|nodejs. (default: selenium)
* **--browser** firefox|chrome|opera|reuse. Specify browser version with a hypen, ex.: firefox-4.0 or opera-11.0 (default: firefox)
* **--controller** a custom controller javascript file
* **--reuseSession** true/false. Specifies whether to run tests in existing sessions managed by selenium. Visit http://selenuim_host/wd/hub to setup sessions (default: false)
@@ -9,8 +9,8 @@ How to run arrow tests from Linux box to Windows machine?
Make sure you have following setup before running arrow tests
-1. Linux box has arrow installed and it has all the packages listed `here <http://devel-stage.corp.yahoo.com/ynodejs_arrow/guide/arrow_getting_started.html#linux-installation>`_ (Only start arrow_server if you are running unit tests)
-2. Windows machine has `selenium server <http://devel-stage.corp.yahoo.com/ynodejs_arrow/guide/arrow_getting_started.html#selenium-server>`_ up and running (Check http://yourIP:4444/wd/hub is loading fine)
+1. Linux box has arrow installed and it has all the packages listed `here <./arrow_getting_started.rst#linux>`_ (Only start arrow_server if you are running unit tests)
+2. Windows machine has `selenium server <./arrow_getting_started.rst#selenium-server>`_ up and running (Check http://yourIP:4444/wd/hub is loading fine)
3. Now run the arrow test and do not forget to pass the --seleniumHost=http://yourIP:4444/wd/hub while running your tests
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@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ Solution
You can tell Arrow to point to a specific Selenium Host in two ways
-1. Update the `config file's <./arrow_in-depth.html#configuration>`_ seleniumHost value
+1. Update the `config file's <./arrow_in-depth.rst#configuration>`_ seleniumHost value
2. Use the **--seleniumHost** parameter in your command
**Note** you need to include the **FULL** path to Selenium Server like this:
@@ -140,12 +140,12 @@ When running Arrow Server, you get a buffer error like this
Solution
========
-Make sure you have `installed PhantomJS <./arrow_getting_started.html#mac-installation>`_
+Make sure you have `installed PhantomJS <./arrow_getting_started.rst#mac-installation>`_
How can I use the Locator Controller to Login?
----------------------------------------------
-Built-in, Arrow comes with two controllers, default and `locator <./arrow_in-depth.html#the-locator-controller>`_
+Built-in, Arrow comes with two controllers, default and `locator <./arrow_in-depth.rst#the-locator-controller>`_
Solution
========