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Difference between revisions of "User Acceptance Tests"

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This is a list of features we need to run before '''each release''' on '''each platform''':
 
This is a list of features we need to run before '''each release''' on '''each platform''':
* Windows
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* Windows (installed)
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* Windows (portable)
 
* OSX
 
* OSX
* Linux
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* Linux (installed)
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* Linux (portable)
 
* Sugar
 
* Sugar
 
* ARM for the kiwix-serve (with kiwix-plug)
 
* ARM for the kiwix-serve (with kiwix-plug)
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== Installer ==
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* Install
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* Uninstall
  
 
== Start ==
 
== Start ==
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== Browsing ==
 
== Browsing ==
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== Search engine ==
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*
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== Server ==
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# Start kiwix-serve from the "Tools" menu
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# Click on the link
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# Browse the contents
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# Check the search engine

Revision as of 17:59, 6 July 2012

This is a list of features we need to run before each release on each platform:

  • Windows (installed)
  • Windows (portable)
  • OSX
  • Linux (installed)
  • Linux (portable)
  • Sugar
  • ARM for the kiwix-serve (with kiwix-plug)

Installer

  • Install
  • Uninstall

Start

  1. Start Kiwix from the Desktop
  2. Start Kiwix from the application menu
  3. Start Kiwix from the command line
  4. Start kiwix-index
  5. Start kiwix-manage
  6. Start kiwix-install

Content loading

  1. Load a normal *.zim file from the filepicker
  2. Load a splitted *.zimaa file from the filepicker
  3. Load a big *.zim files (>4GB) from the filepicker
  4. Load a normal *.zim file from the command line
  5. Load a splitted *.zimaa file from the command line
  6. Load a normal *.zim file from the desktop with drag&drop
  7. Load a splitted *.zimaa file from the desktop with drag&drop

Library

Browsing

Search engine

Server

  1. Start kiwix-serve from the "Tools" menu
  2. Click on the link
  3. Browse the contents
  4. Check the search engine