QAT is a pure Java distributed test harness designed to distribute and run tests simultaneously over multiple target platforms. It is comprised of a GUI harness, which controls and sends tests to agents running remotely, and retrieves the results. It can be accessed via a browser interface if remote access to the harness is required.
zzuf is a transparent application input fuzzer. Its purpose is to find bugs in applications by corrupting their user-contributed data, which frequently comes from untrusted sources on the Internet. It works by intercepting file and network operations and changing random bits in the program's input. zzuf's behavior is deterministic, making it easier to reproduce bugs.
WebTst is a Web development test infrastructure. It aims to simplify testing by implementing an HTTP and HTTPS capture engine: a Web proxy which records a tester's actions using any Web browser and then replays them during testing. It comes with support for cookie handling, HTTP authentication, concurrency testing, digital certificates, and a number of simple tests, such as cookie setting, pattern matching, response status, and many others. It also provides the concept of result analyzer components and capabilities for maintaining smoke and regression test suites.
Test-AutoBuild is a framework for performing continuous, unattended, automated software builds. It pulls code from source control repositories (many different version control systems are supported), calculates inter-module dependencies, builds each module, and then generates HTML status pages, copies binary packages to Web/FTP server roots, and sends email status alerts. It is written with flexibility and extensibility in mind to make it easy to integrate with a wide range of development tools and languages.
Autodia is a command line Perl application that generates UML class diagrams from source code, SQL, and database connections. It supports multiple programming languages including SQL, and can output images (using GraphViz/VCG/SpringGraph), Dia XML and Umbrello XML, or custom formats using templates.
IDebug is an advanced debugging framework for Java. It provides the standard core debugging and specification constructs such as assertions, debug levels and categories, stack traces, and specialized exceptions. Debugging functionality can be fine-tuned to a per-thread and/or a per-class basis, debugging contexts can be stored and recovered from persistent store, and several aspects of the debugging run-time are configurable at the meta-level.
JCR is a Web application for performing and managing formal code reviews. Although it has some special logic for reviewing Java projects, it can be used for reviews of any type of source code. JCR manages all stages of the review process (initial project setup, individual review, joint review meeting, post-review tidy-up), but it's mainly there to show diff views of files that have changed and to allow comments to be made on any line of any file marked for review.