Re: platform compatibility policy

Gerd, developed by Tim Janik, is a good basis for a GUI record/playback tool
but it probably needs further development to be a basis for reliable GUI

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>> Really?  Are people working on automated testing of GUI apps?  Are
>> they under specific order not to talk to AbiWord people (or Gnumeric
>> people, etc)?  We would really benifit from automatic testing, and
>> would love to talk to people working on it. =20
>I was under the impression almost all the pieces existing. Recording and
>playback of events in a Gtk application was being demonstrated at LinuxTag.

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