Anthill is a tool that ensures a controlled build process and promotes the sharing of knowledge within an organization. Anthill performs a checkout from the source repository of the latest version of a project before every build and tags the repository with a unique build number after every build. It supports many reposistory adapters including: CVS (Concurrent Versions System), Visual Source Safe, Perforce, PVCS, StarTeam, MKSIntegrity, and FileSystem. Anthill also automatically updates a project intranet site with artifacts from the latest build. Anthill is an extension to the Apache-Ant project and is compatible with version 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5 of Ant.
Codestriker is a Web application that supports online code reviews. Traditional document reviews are supported, as well as reviewing diffs generated by an SCM (Source Code Management) system and plain unidiff patches. There are integration points with CVS, Subversion, Clearcase, Perforce, Visual SourceSafe, and Bugzilla. There is a plug-in architecture for supporting other SCMs and issue tracking systems. It minimizes paper work, ensures that issues, comments, and decisions are recorded in a database, and provides a comfortable workspace for actually performing code inspections. An optional highly-configurable metrics subsystem allows you to record code inspection metrics as a part of your process.
PushToTest TestMaker is a distributed test automation platform for application performance management and monitoring. It repurposes tests written in Selenium, soapUI, TestGen4Web, and Mozmill, and unit tests in Java, .NET, Jython, Groovy, PHP, Ruby, and Perl into functional tests, load and performance tests, and business service monitors. TestMaker is ideal for Web applications, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) applications, Rich Internet Application (RIA using Ajax, Flex, Flash) and Business Process Management (BPM) applications.
gmuck assists you in generating valid (X)HTML by examining the source code that generates it. It is not a replacement for real validation tools, but is handy for quick checks and in situations where validation of the actual markup is troublesome. It is a line-oriented tool, so its structural checking capabilities are limited, but it makes an attempt to report syntactical errors as well as providing some lint-like features.
C/C++ Program Perfometer checks the performance of a C/C++ program and separate pieces of code for any metrics (e.g. uclocks, rusage metrics, metrics defined by the user, etc.). The measurement results are represented in detailed/summary reports. The detailed report has results for individual tests, and the summary one has average cost and its analysis. The comparison results are represented in comparative tables for individual comparison groups. The user may set various parameters in order to control the measurement/comparison process: measurement report and detailed measurement report flags, total iteration and tests, measurement scale, and confidence threshold.