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GAJET (Genetic Algorithm for Java Evolutionary Testing) is an automatic test generation tool for Java that uses a genetic algorithm. It uses EMMA to measure test coverage.

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  •  23 Jul 2007 11:28

    Release Notes: An Ant plugin was added. A working example was added to the distribution. The documentation was improved.

    •  16 Jul 2007 10:58

      Release Notes: Launchers for the UNIX shell were added. The documentation was improved.

      •  13 Jul 2007 09:02

        Release Notes: The documentation was improved. A step by step example that shows how to use GAJET was added. The grammar of the SUT definition file was slightly changed. Now each entity should be on its own line. All modifier statements in generated tests are now surrounded by try {...} catch (Throwable ex) {ex.printStackTrace ();}. This will make tests to be executed by JUnit more similar to how they are executed during genetic evolution.

        •  31 Jan 2007 15:59

          Release Notes: A lot of changes and improvements were made. This is still mostly undocumented, but you can see the gajet-tests directory in the SVN repository for usage examples.

          •  20 Dec 2005 12:15

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            11 Jul 2007 03:09 mvladimirov

            Step by Step Example Published
            Here ( you can find simple step by step example that shows how to use GAJET.


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