On 08/31/2015 05:47 AM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
How we can help with this ?
We, the users can make one example to each topic of the menu of
LibreOffice can do. Then when coming new version before out we can probe
each example during one week and make a report to programers. With this
reports, just following the menu, they can fix the bugs that apear before
freeing the new version.
The other way is to make a macro to probe each topic of the menu to do
It is already there.
LibreOffice "Regression Testing," both automated and manual, is continual
Individuals, please note that the LibreOffice project runs a MozTrap based
test suite for performing exactly this manual testing--with guided test
cases--but it is woefully underutilized by the broader user community. If
you are interested, check it out:
The learning curve is a little steep for folks to get registered and get a
test case open, but is worth the effort as the results ARE reviewed and
integrated into the QA process. The Engineering Steering Committee reviews
Thanks for this information!!! I wasn't aware of this until now. This
is something I would definitely be interested in participating in!
"The other" Tom
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