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Orizon is a framework intended to provide tools and facilities to test java sources for security flaws. The main goal is to detect common threats as described in Owasp top 10 vulnerability document.
The aim of the Squale - Software QUALity Enhancement - project is to provide models and associated tools to assess software quality and help improving it over time. The project will deliver models and tools that: - know how to aggregate raw quality information (like metrics for instance) - given ... [More]
TapTinder is continuous integration and automated testing tool for software engineering. Using your own TapTinder installation or TapTinder service you can monitor, diagnose and improve the quality of software right during development in real-time. TapTinder clients run your builds and tests across ... [More]
Fast C XUnit Test (FCTX) is a lightweight, cross platform, header-only framework for quick generation of x-unit tests in C and C++. Include a header and start typing out your tests. With FCTX you can write tests in C/C++ just like you can in other introspective languages like Java and Python. ... [More]
xUnit testing framework for C/C++, specialized for Win32 (32/64 bit). cfix requires only little effort to author unit tests, which are compiled and linked into a DLL. The testrunner application provided by cfix allows selectively running tests of one or more of such test-DLLs. Execution and ... [More]
SpellCode is multiprogramming language support - source code spell checking utility for Microsoft Windows operating systems. SpellCode can understand the source code syntax of all the major programming languages, analyzes the source code intelligently and ignores all the tags, symbols and other ... [More]
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