Label: qt

Content with label qt in Knowledge Base
Related Labels: object, duo_edition, troubleshoot, swing, event, license, dllpreload, win32, gcc, dialog, timed_out, older, compile, controls, overlay-div, integration, multi, opengl, version, more »

Page: Article - Adding full support for "Windows" controls to Squish for Java, Qt, Web, etc.
instructions in this article below are not needed for most users of hybrid applications. Squish versions 6.3 and above of Squish for Web, Squish for Java and Squish for Tk builds on Windows already include most of the necessary Windows toolkit support, and can be used as long ...
Other labels: windows, controls, java
Page: Article - Attaching to running Qt applications
Table of Contents Setting up attaching to running applications Step 1 Register an attachable AUT Before you can attach to a running instance of your application, the application has to be registered as an "Attachable AUT". In the Squish IDE: Open ...
Other labels: attachtoapplication
Page: Article - Automating multiple applications with multiple Squish installations or editions (Qt, Web)
information below describes the setup for Squish for Qt and Squish for Web, but the instructions are not limited to these Squish editions, but apply to all/most editions of Squish. Table Of Contents Overview Using multiple Squish editions in a single test script is possible and this article describes ...
Other labels: multi, multiple, web, duoedtion, editions
Page: Article - Automating Qt applications started from non-Qt Windows applications
Table of Contents Overview It is possible to record and replay on Qt applications which get started by Windows applications. (The Windows applications also get automated in this scenario.) Please note that this requires licenses for Squish for Qt and Squish for Windows. Prerequisites A Squish for Qt ...
Other labels: windows, dllpreload, multiple
Page: Article - Explicitly Naming Objects
Table of Contents Why Should I Explicitly Name Objects? Squish identifies application objects by their most stable properties to make tests as robust and reliable as possible. However, as an application is developed and maintained, existing widgets get moved around ...
Other labels: naming, object, toolkit, java, awt, swing, swt, rcp
Page: Article - Getting the version of Qt libraries
Overview Because of the Requirements of Squish for Qt Article Requirements of Squish for Qt it is important to find out which version of the Qt libraries are being used by the application that should be automated. (This information is required to choose the matching Squish for Qt package.) Mac OS ...
Other labels: version
Page: Article - Hooking, Recording or Playback fails with Qt 5 on Linux or Unix due to gold linker usage
Overview Hooking, recording or playback may fail when using Squish 5.1.4 or newer and Qt 5 on Linux/Unix if Qt was built with the socalled gold linker. The gold linker unfortunately breaks the Squish's hooking mechanism, but no meaningful squishserver output ...
Page: Article - How to activate the Squish object popup (Web)
Overview Squish for Web and Squish for QtWebkit have support for a popup which shows useful information about the object under the mouse cursor. This is useful if you are unable to pick an HTML element with the Squish Spy. Enabling the Squish object popup ...
Other labels: overlay-div, webkit
Page: Article - QPushButton being stuck after a clickButton() call
Symptom Occasionally a call to the {{clickButton()}} function for dialog buttons will fail. The button appears pressed down and has not popped back up. This happens randomly and only with Qt 4.3.x. Explanation A new {{QEvent}} prioritization mechanism was introduced with Qt 4.3. Initially ...
Other labels: event
Page: Automating Qt Jambi Application on Windows
Table Of Contents Requirements For Qt Jambi Version Qt Jambi Default Qt Configuration Required Squish Package Configuration Additional Setup Steps? 4.5.201 (32bit, 64bit) Qt 4.5.x, without Qt3Support Squish for Qt, Qt 4.5.x, Pure ...
Other labels: qtjambi, win32, java