> 写道： I wonder if Perl can do this at all. I'll be looking this up today,
but is there a way to hook into the form's Lost Focus event so that my
script receives that message as well?
The only other way I can figure to do it is if I make a master script,
maybe even a C++ program, to first check the form that currently has
focus to see if it's the form I want. If it is, feed one line of the
script in, and repeat the process. If it's not, run some other code.
I'd image that this would have a big effect on processor time though.
If anyone can think of better ways to do this, please respond.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Piotr Kaluski"
> Good question,
> There is no direct support for it right now in Win32::GuiTest. But it
> definitely needs some research, since it is a common problem. I would
> start from checking what is the parent-child relationships between
> dialog boxes and other application windows.
> --- In email@example.com, "brentje"
> > Hi
> > I was wondering if there were an easy way to watch for error message
> > dialog boxes. Error messages may not always be expected, especially
> > if the script is working properly and a legitimate bug comes up in the
> > test. I'd like the script to stop and grab a screenshot of the error
> > before shutting everything down and moving onto the next test script,
> > or possibly respond to the message and try to continue the test. I've
> > already figured out how to take screenshots (Win32::Screenshot is very
> > nice), so that's one problem down. But I'm not sure how to account
> > for unexpected error messages.
> > Thanks
> > Brent
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