Automated Top Site Testing !

January 30th, 2009 by cbook

I have been spending more time recently working on automated top site testing using the Sisyphus framework to spider the top 1.000.000 sites according to Alexa. This helps me find pages which cause Firefox to crash, leak or assert.

Using Jesse Ruderman’s Lithium test case reduction tool, I can create reduced test cases and file bugs for each of the crashes, leaks and assertions I find.

I  like doing the top site testing because it helps make Firefox an even better browser than it is already.

Also a very BIG Thank YOU to Bob Clary and Jesse Ruderman for all the help i got on running this tests and reducing testcases!

You can read more about top site testing here.

– Tomcat

6 Responses to “Automated Top Site Testing !”

  1. Ryan Scott Scheel Says:

    You have a typo. 1000,000 is either holding 1 too many 0s or 1 too few commas.

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