Getting started with Tellurium and Netbeans

One of the principal devs here had heard good things about Tellurium, a testing framework that sits on top of Selenium, so I decided to take a look. Unfortunately the “getting started” material is a bit vague at best and incomplete at worst so here is a quick checklist of the activities I had to go through to get Tellurium tests to pass on my Netbeans installation.

From get

Extract these into a lib folder somewhere and replace the groovy version 1.6 file with the groovy-all-1.6.4.jar from

Now follow the instructions at (but obviously make sure you include all the jars you downloaded, not just the ones listed).


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