LDTP 3.0 automates GUI testing on Linux
Shortly after the release of Cobra 2.0, the GNU/Linux Desktop (GUI Application) Testing Project (GNU LDTP) also released a new version of its Linux testing tool. LDTP 3.0 includes many of the new features that were included with the Windows version, including enhanced language support. Linux-specific additions include the ability to change the state of check boxes in Firefox and fixes to the program's interactions with Qt and the Python-ldtp interface.
LDTP is a testing and automation tool that uses accessibility libraries to test an application's user interface widgets. The software crawls applications according to pre-recorded test cases and examines the user interface automatically. LDTP for Linux has been tested to work with GNOME and KDE applications, Java Swing, and Mozilla's software.