- Documentation /
- Getting Started
- unzip the madcow-x-install.zip (where x is the version of Madcow you are installing) into your new madcow project directory
After extracting the Madcow package you should have a directory structure similar to the below. Each of the folders purpose is explained here also.
Run the either the
runMadcow.bat scripts from the command line in the root directory of this project directory structure
Running Linux and Mac OSX Script
Note the use of
chmod in the above example to ensure that you have permissions to run madcow.
Running Windows Script
Ensuring Madcow 2.0 is Setup Correctly
To ensure that Madcow 2.0 is setup correctly you can simply execute the following command on Mac:
or the following on Windows:
It should returns something similar to the below which then means you are all set to start writing your first test cases. Welcome to the wonderful world of Test Automation!
- Remove the Madcow directory (.madcow) from within your Madcow test project
- Unzip the Madcow upgrade zip file within your Madcow test project