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Multi-Mechanize - Performance Test Framework

  • Copyright: (c) 2010-2013 Corey Goldberg (cgoldberg at gmail.com)
  • License: GNU LGPLv3
  • Requires: Python 2.6 or 2.7

:PyPI:

multi-mechanize 
_ :Dev:
git repo 
_

Docs / Instructions

  • https://github.com/cgoldberg/multi-mechanize/blob/master/docs/README.rst

Install / Setup

Multi-Mechanize can be installed from

PyPI 
_ using
pip 
_::
pip install multi-mechanize

... or download the

source distribution from PyPI 
_, unarchive, and run::
python setup.py install

... then use

multimech-newproject
and
multimech-run
to create and run your performance test projects.
Detailed Install / Setup

These instructions are for Debian/Ubuntu Linux. For other platforms, the setup is generally the same, with the exeption of installing system dependencies.


system-wide install

  • install dependencies on Debian/Ubuntu::

    $ sudo apt-get install python-pip python-matplotlib

  • install multi-mechanize from PyPI using Pip::

    $ sudo pip install -U multi-mechanize

  • create a new project::

    $ multimech-newproject my_project

  • run a project::

    $ multimech-run my_project


virtualenv + pip install (with matplotlib system package)

  • install dependencies on Debian/Ubuntu::

    $ sudo apt-get install python-virtualenv python-matplotlib

  • install multi-mechanize from PyPI in a virtualenv::

    $ virtualenv --system-site-packages ENV $ cd ENV $ source bin/activate (ENV)$ pip install multi-mechanize


virtualenv + pip install (with --no-site-packages)

  • install dependencies on Debian/Ubuntu::

    $ sudo apt-get install build-essential libfreetype6-dev libpng-dev $ sudo apt-get install python-dev python-virtualenv

  • install multi-mechanize and matplotlib from PyPI in a virtualenv::

    $ virtualenv ENV $ cd ENV $ source bin/activate (ENV)$ pip install multi-mechanize (ENV)$ pip install matplotlib


pip install latest dev branch from git repo

::

pip install -e git+http://github.com/cgoldberg/multi-mechanize.git#egg=multimechanize

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