Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

ECL contexts are now in portable format.

Ecl context files are now stored in portable format, and they are version control system aware.

So following file:

Will be stored as:


Add preference values in Preferences context

With Q7 1.1.8 it is possible to add custom preference values into preference context.

Following text are used to perform add:

  • /instance - could be used to add general preference keys.
  • /configuration - could be used to add configuration preference keys.


Improved ECL assertion commands.

Ecl now contains following additional assertion commands:

  • gt - to check if one argument is greater then another.
  • lt - to check if one augment is less then another.
  • not - to perform not.
  • not-eq - to check values are not equal.

Combined with assert-true we could use them to perform more complex assertions.

New syntax for "try" command.

Command "try" now accept -command -catch -finally, -times, -delay parameters.

  • -command - is executed, if it is failed, we try to execute it one more time, no more then "-times" times.
  • -catch - is executed if -command is not passed at all.
  • -finally - is executed in anyway after all -command and -catch commands are executed.

So it is possible to execute following test case: