TestLink is not an automation tool. It is a Test Case Management tool. I understand that in the latest version it can drive automated tests via another tool, like QTP, but it does not do automation itself.
If you're a slave to your free associations, does it automatically become something else?
I use the Testlink API with Java language. This is really powerfull tool! While writing test case you can define if it should be execute manually or automatically. Then, you can get this information via XMLRPC API and run apropriate script for this test case.
Have a nice automating [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
-> It's a free Open Source tool. There are no costs to use the tool.
-> It Supports your web app No Matter What It Is Developed in.
-> It Supports multiple browsers in all Windows version
-> It Easy to learn BASIC-like syntax
-> Manipulate windows and Processes
-> Interact with all standard windows controls
-> Scripts can be Into standalone executables compiled
-> Regular expressions
-> Directly call external DLL and Windows API Functions
-> is also very small, self-contained and will run on all versions of Windows out-of-the-box with no annoying "runtimes" required!
-> Integration with Testlink 1.9.1
-> Object Repository
-> and more!!