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|User since||April 7, 2010|
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Building applications without tests is a pain. Hopefully there are now usable tools to achieve that for applications of the Mozilla family (Firefox, Thunderbird, etc.) and their addons/extensions, such as Mozmill.
Mozmill is powerful when run from the command-line as it integrates well with Makefiles and all other scriptable infrastructures.
The difficult part with Mozmill is to get how to retrieve the GUI elements references. There is a recorder on the GUI that produces code that can serve as inspiration.
At the moment the GUI of Mozmill is not really neat, but Mozmill does its job so well when run from the command-line, and the development team is so effective when asked for help, that I still give it the maximum rating. You should definitely try it.
Super useful. Simply perfect. Firefox should really have this console. Console is for developers, and developers need the features of this console. The actual default Firefox console is too simplistic and not powerful enough.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7).
I confirm that the new 1.08 version provides an option to not have the information leak that the previous versions had.
Animat is really a must have for APNG.
It has a good usability, it's stable and secure as far as I can tell.
I use it without any problem with Firefox 3.6.x.
The online documentation is of a very good quality. Very useful for developers.
The only problems that block me are the impossibility to select/trap alert windows and filechooser windows. Thus I use UxU more for unit testing JSM modules and use Mozmill more for functionally testing windows.
Thanks a lot for this great extension!
An add-on with which one can create APNG files and don't get mad: in this respect it's really more usable than the "APNG Edit" add-on (that said I'm very respectful for all the work done on "APNG Edit"). Animat is just better.
I use Animat with Firefox 3.6.x and haven't had any stability problems.
Note that there is a small security issue with the versions up to 1.04 (included): the .animat format uses the full path on the filesystem of PNG images used, thus disclosing the user's name and an existing path on the host system. So don't publish your .animat files on the web until a new version that fixes this problem.