Re: [ANN] WUnit : a tool for unit test of Web applications

Tom Anderson <>
Thu, 12 Jun 2008 20:38:41 +0100
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On Thu, 12 Jun 2008, Philippe Poulard wrote:

Tom Anderson a ?crit :

On Tue, 10 Jun 2008, Philippe Poulard wrote:

RefleX is a general-purpose XML engine written in Java and WUnit is an XML
and XPath-based tool for running unit tests of Web applications.

Two quick questions: does WUnit support HTML, or just XHTML (and other
forms of XML?), and what happens if you apply WUnit to a web
application which produces ill-formed or invalid XHTML?

RefleX and WUnit support HTML, XML, XHTML and ill-formed HTML ; in this
last case, the underlying parser will do its best to repair it.

Excellent, i'm glad to hear it. That could be very useful to me!

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