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Standalone JUnit XML report viewer

I wanted the same thing for YEARS, I finally found the time to make what I needed and it can be found here: https://github.com/inorton/junit2html It generates full a full detailed single HTML page ...
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Tools for measuring test coverage of VDHL code

GHDL code coverage claims it produces line coverage for VHDL, using an extension to the GCC VHDL compiler. I don't know anything about it except that this website exists.
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C++, C++/CLI,C#, WPF TDD, mocking

My team and I work with Typemock. It's a unit testing framework for C# and they also have a mocking framework for C++. We are very satisfied with this product, I highly recommend using it.
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Good and free unit-testing alternatives to Telerik's JustMock

A completely free possibility is Prig, which is even open-source. It may be a bit less user-friendly than the commercial alternatives, but seems to work quite well. Note that if the signature of the ...
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Standalone JUnit XML report viewer

I've created a Online JUnit Result Parser/Viewer with just plain Javascript https://lotterfriends.github.io/online-junit-parser/
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Tool for code coverage of (unit tests in) C#

I would like to suggest one more tool. Fine Code Coverage Its small simple and 100% free. https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=FortuneNgwenya.FineCodeCoverage Disclaimer : I'm the ...
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Continuous Testing Tool for IntelliJ 14

infinitest seems to fit the bill, but it's a bit tricky to use. Also, there is a youtrack entry for JetBrains to include continuous testing as a feature for the future versions - you might want to ...
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Tool to generate JUnit skeleton code, usable with JPA, JAX, CDI etc

This web site on automated testing lists quite a few academic and commercial test case generators. Unfortunately, I don't see any that generate test cases en masse. Most, if not all, seem to ...
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Mocking frameworks for C/C++ on Linux

We use Typemock's Isolator++, this is the most friendly mocking tool i encountered for C. The mocking abilities is extremely friendly because 100% of your code remains comepletely untouched. This ...
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What mocking framework do you suggest for C++ on a linux platform?

As a mocking framework I use hippomocks. It can be combined with any unit testing framework. The advantage is that it's a header only framework that does the mocking part during runtime (no pre-build ...
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Tools for measuring test coverage of VDHL code

ActiveHDL does this too. App note here: https://www.aldec.com/en/support/resources/documentation/articles/1012
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Automated suggestion tool

I've been using Typemock's Isolator for a few years and it works really well. I think it fits your needs because: it is a full unit testing framework it has a feature called "suggest", that creates ...
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Python unittest gui (output through GUI)

Cricket does a good job: Install it: pip install cricket Navigate to folder, where all your testscripts are. run cricket-unittest You might be requested to install idle-python3.6: sudo apt-get ...
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Is There a unit test viewer for JUnit test results?

JUnit can output its results to HTML, which can then be viewed in any web browser. If using Ant you can configure this in build.xml, and for other toolchains that should be configurable too. If you ...
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What is an example of a modern build and CD pipeline for C++?

Some items I found: LLVM: https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project Chromium: toolchain on googlesource Google Test itself has its CI: https://github.com/google/googletest/tree/main/ci Worth looking: ...
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Software testing/coverage tool that randomly modifies your code to ensure the tests work

Nevermind, I found it: https://pypi.org/project/MutPy/ And the general concept is called mutation testing, apparently.
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Python Script Testing for Teachers

The Jupyter project has the marvellous NB Grader sub-project which is documented here with a video here. NB Grader allows you to: Create assessments which are in the form of Jupyter notebooks. These ...
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Which testing tool should I be aware of as a fresher in testing?

When it comes to banking and/or aviation my expectation is that the companies already have defined toolchains and frameworks and the exact tools differ from company to company. The only way of ...
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Unit-Test Generator

If you already have the code base written, most likely it won't be testable, you'll have to refactor and that may cause porblems\errors so I recommend using other tools to test your code and validate ...
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Python unittest gui (output through GUI)

vscode those days, vscode also has unittest inside. 1. test pannel: tests can be run (by click ▶ at right of item) by: all one folder one file one class one function 2. test result: errors (and ...
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Running unit tests automatically

NCrunch is the tool of my choice. It's a commercial tool at a price of $159 for a named user license (at the time of writing, of course). it works on Windows 10 it integrates into Visual Studio 2008 ...
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Mocking frameworks for C/C++ on Linux

My team and I also use Isolator++. I like how it integrates with Google Test.
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Test framework for web views that depend on JS rendering?

nightwatchjs is a NodeJs based end to end framework for browser based applications.
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Hosted Python code coverage which is cost-free for FOSS projects?

I've found out that it's possible to combine Travis CI and Codecov and run Coverage.py on Travis CI using this stucture: https://github.com/codecov/example-python/blob/master/.travis.yml This ...
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Website testing / browser automation tools

The easiest and fastest possible way to automate browser AND use conditions like "if we're logged in do this, otherwise do this" is this free chrome extension: http://automatron.activit.sk It has ...
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Find out which unit test fails in dependency of another one

My team and I use Typemock's Isolator. It supports .Net framework, MSTest, Nunit and Windows.You can run it on a developer machine as well. We use the paid version, that I believe would be able to ...
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C99 unit testing framework compatible with Visual Studio 2015+

Google test grew out of the Cmockery C unit test project, which Google open sourced and abandoned, which now lives on as Cmocka. I can highly recommend it from personal experience. However, I ...
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C99 unit testing framework compatible with Visual Studio 2015+

We started doing some tests with Google Test (which includes Google Mock) to get things going and see which problems will arise in practice. This is still a C++ testing framework, so the concerns from ...
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Test automation tool for an Android app

You can use Sikuli X to automate anything that you can see on your PC screen including using image recognition to find specific buttons to click on regardless of the actual position on the screen. ...
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Javascript unit testing framework

I recommend Cypress, which we use on a big project. Cypress builds on top of Mocha and adds a enough of convenience to allow all our QA engineers to write tests with little training needed. (Though ...
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