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C++TESK Testing ToolKit: C++TESK Testing ToolKit v1.0.2 released

Added by Alexander Kamkin about 10 years ago

C++TESK Testing ToolKit 1.0.2 has been released. The main changes are:

  • Examples (FIFO and counter) have been included
  • C++TESK Hardware Edition's Quick Reference has been included
  • CTESK distribution has been included into cpptesk-toolkit-src-*.tar.gz
  • Aspectrace-based coverage tracing has been implemented in C++TESK
  • Several new features have been implemented in C++TESK Hardware Edition
  • Support of nondeterministic state graphs has been implemented in NetFSM
  • Small changes have been done in CTESK (related to NetFSM evolution)

The toolkit can be download from the page http://forge.ispras.ru/projects/cpptesk-toolkit/files.

C++TESK Testing ToolKit: Первый релиз С++TESK Testing ToolKit

Added by Alexander Kamkin about 10 years ago

Вышел первый релиз C++TESK Testing ToolKit, набора инструментов тестирования, основанных на языке программирования С++. Набор инструментов включает в себя С++TESK (разработка формальных спецификаций и тестовых сценариев на языке программирования C++), C++TESK Hardware Edition (построение эталонных моделей цифровой аппаратуры на языке программирования C++), CTESK (автоматизированная генерация тестовых последовательностей на основе автоматных моделей), Distributed FSM (распараллеливание тестов на вычислительных кластерах) и Aspectrace (трассировка и построение отчетов). Скачать C++TESK Testing ToolKit можно по адресу http://forge.ispras.ru/projects/cpptesk-toolkit/files.

KEDR: KEDR 0.2.1 released

Added by Eugene Shatokhin about 10 years ago

KEDR is an extensible system for dynamic analysis of kernel modules (device drivers, file system modules, etc.) in Linux. KEDR tools operate on the modules chosen by the user and can detect memory leaks, perform fault simulation and more.

In version 0.2.1, the build system was enhanced. Now it allows building KEDR for a kernel different from the one running on the build machine. It is also possible to build KEDR for a different system (e.g. for Chromium OS, x86-generic). The details are in the Wiki:
http://openfacts2.berlios.de/wikien/index.php/BerliosProject:KEDR

KEDR: KEDR 0.2 released

Added by Eugene Shatokhin about 10 years ago

KEDR is an extensible system for dynamic analysis of kernel modules (device drivers, file system modules, etc.) in Linux. KEDR tools operate on the modules chosen by the user and can detect memory leaks, perform fault simulation and more.

Version 0.2 brings several enhancements and various bug fixes.

Most significant changes:
  • Tracing subsystem has been completely rewritten to be more versatile
    and reliable even on SMP systems.
  • A memory leak detector (LeakCheck) has been implemented.
  • It is now possible to restrict fault simulation to particular areas
    in the target module (if the kernel provides reliable stack traces).
  • Several fixes have been made for KEDR to be able to work on the
    versions 2.6.37 and 2.6.38 of the kernel.
  • Call monitoring for 20 more functions is now supported. Support for
    fault simulation for many of these functions as well as for vmalloc() group
    has also been provided.
  • The issues concerning parallel builds (make -j N) have been fixed.
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