Lafayette, CO, February 7, 2005 – Redstone Software, Inc.,
announces Eggplant 2.1, the latest update to the premier Mac OS X tool
for automated, cross-platform testing. This release provides numerous
enhancements to the user experience, including an improved image
capture panel, new functions for working with dates and times in
scripts, enhanced access to file system information, and provides a
number of minor bug fixes and small enhancements. A change to the
license manager has been incorporated into this release to help
customers with floating licenses better manage their licenses.

As always, this release is available for free download to all
existing customers with a current maintenance agreement. Free trial
licenses are available through a request form on the company’s website
( for anyone wishing to learn
firsthand about the benefits of true user-level automation.

(font size=”+1″)About Eggplant:
Eggplant is the automated test tool for Mac OS X. Designed
specifically for GUI-level testing, Eggplant combines
image-capture-and-compare technology with a powerful scripting
language that allows QA teams to automate tests and other repetitive
tasks. Although Eggplant resides on the Mac OS X platform it is
capable of testing a second computer running almost any operating
system. Current customers use Eggplant to test Windows, Mac OS 9, Mac
OS X, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, and Linux.

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(font size=”+1″)About Redstone Software:
Redstone Software, Inc., located in Lafayette, Colorado, was
created in April 2002 to address the need for an easy-to-learn,
easy-to-use software test automation tool.  Since the initial
release of Eggplant in September 2002, many companies large and small
around the world have selected Redstone to improve their testing and
QA processes.  Redstone specializes in true end-user testing of
any process or application, regardless of development environment or
deployment platform.  For more information contact 
Redstone  Software at (800) 891-3486 x15 or visit their Web site
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