What happened to "FatCow" acceptance test feature?

Hello everyone,

I'm looking for acceptance test capabilities of Confluence. I found release notes from 2004 of version 1.XXX when you integrated "Fatcow". I spent some time to acquire the latest information to that feature, but I'm unfortunately lost. Please give me an update of the current status of Fatcow with Confluence or other acceptance test capabilities of Confluence if there are any.

Thanks in advance :-)

Regards,

Daniel

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via http://wayback.archive.org/web/20081003205231/http://opensource.atlassian.com/fatcow/index.html

Fatcow has been put out to pasture. It is a neat use of Confluence macros, but experience has shown that as a testing tool, Fatcow does not scale. As Fatcow is no longer used within Atlassian, it has not been updated in a while and does not work with the latest Confluence builds.

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