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Swing GUI Testing Framework

 
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I am on the lookout for a Swing GUI testing framework. I did try UISpec4j, however, i see that the major disadvantage is I could write unit tests only for classes, which extend a JFrame/JPanel.
I was reading on JFCUnit, however, I am not sure if it is still supported.

Any suggestions/ideas?

I have some classes like these -



I am interested in writing unit tests for these swing based java classes.

 
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I haven't used it, but I've heard Abbot & Costello (Swing Unit) are good for this type of testing.
 
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