The thing that took most of my time was to understand how Jemmy works and can be started in an OSGi-Env (on MacOS-X it is even harder because there the Jemmy-Robot is executed in a Sub-Process) but I’ve managed to get everything up and running.
After having managed to get everything up and running I’ve spend yesterdays night to add a tooling wizards to bootstrap a Jemmy Test Suite and today I recorded a video
Next on my Jemmy list is to provide a Classpath-Library so that none e4, none OSGi-User can write Jemmy-Tests for their applications as easy as those OSGi lunatics can do with the next nightly build.
Once this is done – I should maybe take a look at http://jnario.org/ and if it make writing JUnit-Tests for FX application easier. So many things to explore and work on