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    Thank you for your input.

    However, be aware that it’s not as easy as saying “If Ranorex works on Linux, I can also test my Linux applications”. Porting Ranorex Studio to Linux would itself already be a huge feat, but technology support for the different UI technologies would also have to be implemented. So which UI technology to support? Java (Swing, AWT, SWT, FX, …) might seem logical, because it’s platform-independent. However, it doesn’t work like this, because we would still have to develop a new, Linux-based plugin also for Java support.

    Ranorex Studio is tied to Windows very tightly. Maybe we get more freedom at some point with .NET Core, but this is – at best – a long term goal.

    Best Regards,
    The Ranorex Product Management Team

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    semate commented  · 

    Knowing this is a huge and difficult task I just want to mention my interrest in testing QT Applications under Linux.

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    Thank you for your input.

    We have talked about this in the past before. The problem with multiple data sources for one test case is actually the way the iterations work and how the iterations over the test case should be handled. This could potentially get very confusing.

    However, we will evaluate if there is a solution that will both make sense and won’t be too confusing with the way iterations work with data connectors.

    Best Regards,
    The Ranorex Product Management Team

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    semate commented  · 

    For a start, it would already be helpful to have a "static" and an "iteration" datasource. The values in the (one-line) static datasource are valid in each iteration cycle. This would avoid repeating constant values in each line of the datasource table.

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