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FunkLoad 1.3.0 and 1.3.1 are out

FunkLoad 1.3.0 and 1.3.1 (which fixed a bug in the previous release) are
out.

FunkLoad 1.3.0 introduces a new http-proxy based recorder for user
sessions. It also fixes a couple of outstanding bugs.

Grab FunkLoad 1.3.1 on: http://funkload.nuxeo.org/

About FunkLoad:

FunkLoad is a open source functional and load web tester, written in
Python, whose main use cases are functional and regression testing of
web projects, performance testing by loading the web application and
monitoring your servers, load testing to expose bugs that do not surface
in cursory testing, and stress testing to overwhelm the web application
resources and test the application recoverability, and writing web
agents by scripting any web repetitive task, like checking if a site is
alive.
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