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December 24, 2006

new minor retest release

Filed under: retest — see @ 4:50 pm

While updating the copyright to include 2007 on this site I reread all pages. Looking at my own retest again made it look a bit akward. The three boxes 1. regex, 2. text and 3. result seemed now in the wrong order. So I did swap regex and text and while looking through the whole thing did some minor tweaks mainly regarding the layout. Anyway, I did put a new retest 0.6.1 online.

During testing I found the accesskeys like ALT-T did not work in Firefox. I am quite sure they did work in the 1.0 or 1.5 release of Firefox. A quick googling (sadly no hint in the Firefox help?) did show that Firefox uses SHIFT-ALT for accesskeys. A bit akward but still working.

December 18, 2005

retest and OS X

Filed under: Python,retest — see @ 1:17 pm

I get an email from Paul Bissex who successfully uses retest on OS X. I put the finding online and shortly after received more reportings which never happened in the time retest was online before which is about 3 or 4 months? Funny enough 2 people who sent reports use OS X, one Fedora. Maybe not statistically useful but nevertheless got me thinking. Do OS X users more likely communicate with other users? Or just coincidence? I guess not that many people use Python on Windows (are there any statistics?) and of course I put my own succesful tests (on Windows) online, but still at least a bit funny…

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