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MetaTest Browser: the MetaTestBrowser and the TestUIBrowser allow UI-driving and querying of tests, user-interactive tests and cancelling of test runs. The MetaTestBrowser also allows comparison between test runs. An earlier version of the MetaTestBrowser was discussed in Niall Ross' talk at Smalltalk Solutions 2002 (slides are in the www.stic.st archive; the report is there and in www.esug.org).
(MetaTest Browser)
MetaTest Browser: the MetaTestBrowser and the TestUIBrowser allow UI-driving and querying of tests, user-interactive tests and cancelling of test runs. The MetaTestBrowser also allows comparison between test runs. An earlier version of the MetaTestBrowser was discussed in Niall Ross' talk at Smalltalk Solutions 2002 (slides are in the www.stic.st archive; the report is there and in www.esug.org).

SUnit Browser - Packagable: helps you include the SUnit Browser in stripped images.

Test Browser: helps you experiment with changes to the SUnit Browser.

These are provided as a public open-source utilities that may be used, and further developed, without obligation or warranty (other than acknowledgement) in any system, commercial or otherwise. Uploading your bugfixes or extensions back to this site is encouraged but not required. I have chosen the MIT licence as an appropriate legal form for the above statement. (SUnit Browser - Packagable)
MetaTest Browser: the MetaTestBrowser and the TestUIBrowser allow UI-driving and querying of tests, user-interactive tests and cancelling of test runs. The MetaTestBrowser also allows comparison between test runs. An earlier version of the MetaTestBrowser was discussed in Niall Ross' talk at Smalltalk Solutions 2002 (slides are in the www.stic.st archive; the report is there and in www.esug.org).

SUnit Browser - Packagable: helps you include the SUnit Browser in stripped images.

Test Browser: helps you experiment with changes to the SUnit Browser.

These are provided as a public open-source utilities that may be used, and further developed, without obligation or warranty (other than acknowledgement) in any system, commercial or otherwise. Uploading your bugfixes or extensions back to this site is encouraged but not required. I have chosen the MIT licence as an appropriate legal form for the above statement. (Test Browser)
Homepage:http://customrefactor.sourceforge.net
Licence:
MIT
Licence URL:http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
Developers:Niall F Ross
Configuration Maps:MetaTest Browser (5↑|79↓), SUnit Browser - Packagable (2↑|68↓), Test Browser (2↑|61↓)
Number of uploads:9
Number of downloads:208