[LDTP-Dev] [Bug 542447] New: Wildcards for Applications in LDTP editor
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LDTP | editor | Ver: unspecified
Summary: Wildcards for Applications in LDTP editor
AssignedTo: ldtp-maint at gnome.bugs
ReportedBy: shreyankg at gmail.com
QAContact: ldtp-dev at lists.freedesktop.org
GNOME version: Unspecified
GNOME milestone: Unspecified
LDTP editor records the full name of the window when it records. It could be
converted using reg-ex to a window name that contains the name of the
application and wild-cards, so that it will run fine in case the window name
changes to another name that still contains the name of the application.
Steps to Reproduce:
1) Run LDTP Editor with any popular application, say Evolution.
2) Record some action.
3) Convert the recorded code to a python script using the Convert Button.
4) Play the code. In case the window name does not match the window name
specified in the code, it produces an error. Although both the conflicting
window names have 'Evolution' in them.
Actual Results: Failure
Enhanced Results: Window name recorded as "*Evolution*" . So it would
produce a Success even if the window name changes during execution of converted
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