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move to baangt-builds

bernhardbuhl 1 year ago
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      README.md
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README.md

@@ -4,15 +4,18 @@ This is a simple example showing how easy it is to subclass single classes (most
 and other than that use the power of baangt.
 
 # What we find here:
+* .gitignore --> File to tell git, which local files to not put into repository, e.g. Logs.
 * baangtIA.py --> the baangt interactive starter
 * requirements.txt --> instructions for your virtual environment (only baangt - all other dependencies are loaded from there)
 * README.md --> this file
-* teststepmaster.py --> The subclassed file with a new method
+* myTestCaseSequence.py --> The file, that contains our custom code of a TestCaseSequence
 * examples/globals.json --> The settings file, where we'll tell baangt to use a different TestStepMaster class
 * examples/simpleAutomationpractice.xlsx --> The testrun, testcase and testdata we want to execute
+* globalSettings.json --> File, which details the possible properties of a settings file.
 
 # How to use it:
 * Start with ``python baangtIA.py``
     * Examples-Folder TestRun and Settings-file already selected
 * Execute
-* As you'd expect you'll find "here runs our code!" in the logs, everything else runs normal!
+* Click on the button "Log File" after the execution
+* As you'd expect you'll find ``here runs our code!`` in the logs, everything else runs normal!

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examples/globals.json

@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 {
     "TC.ParallelRuns": "1",
-    "TC.Lines": "",
-    "TC.dontCloseBrowser": "True",
+    "TC.Lines": "1-2",
+    "TC.dontCloseBrowser": "False",
     "TC.slowExecution": "False",
     "TC.NetworkInfo": "False",
     "CL.testCaseSequenceMaster": "myTestCaseSequence",

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requirements.txt

@@ -1 +1 @@
-baangt>=0.9.4
+baangt>=0.9.5