FunFX have been needing a facelift for a while now. It works, but there are aspects of FunFX that bearly works.
Aslak Hellesøy, a colleague from BEKK and creator of many fantastic Ruby applications, has taken the initiative to help me improve FunFX.
The bad thing about this facelift will be that there will be some changes in the way test scripts are written, so some rewriting will be necessary.
The first thing we have done is to base FunFX on Watir. This will make it simpler to get going with FunFX and alot of functionality is allready in place.
In the current version, all ruby classes of the Flex objects are created at runtime and in memory. This has made it difficult to begin using FunFX due to bad documentation. In the next version, these classes will be created on file, so that there will be a nice rdoc explaining these classes making it easier to use.
We have also changed to git instead of subversion, so it will be possible to create own versions, that we can merge.
I will write more about the upcomming FunFX during development. For now it is possible to find the new FunFX source at github.com. But notice that it is still early in development.
Hope you will use the new version!