James - can you make this additional code available?

Also, when you spawn multiple browsers, did you investigate which
process they are in. When I have tried this they all live in the same
process, and therefore share cookies, so cant be used for testing site
that use cookies.

Thanks

Paul

> I've hacked some code for the controller that walks the IE HTML node 
> tree and emits proper XML (not actual XHTML, though) so that one can run 
> xpath calls, via REXML, against the markup to see that certain data is 
> on the page, or check that a page fetch didn't return an error page.
> 
> If nothing else, it saves *much* time clicking through pages, filling in 
> forms, clicking submit, etc.  My test script will spawn a score of 
> threads; browsers pop up all over the place, and I test a dozen 
> pages/site paths at a time.
> 
> 
> James
> 
> [0] http://www.clabs.org/wtr/index.cgi?page=/ClIEController