Koalog Code Coverage is a code coverage computation application written in the Java programming language. Its main features are in-process or remote coverage computation, the ability to work directly on Java binaries without recompilation, predefined (XML, HTML, LaTeX, CSV, TEXT) or custom report generation, session merging, portability, ease-of-use, and Ant integration.
JCSC is a powerful tool that checks source code against a highly definable coding standard for potentially bad code. Standards cover naming conventions for classes, interfaces, fields, and parameters, and the structural layout of classes and interfaces. Each rule is highly customizable. It can also find potential bugs, including empty catch/finally blocks, switches without defaults, throwing 'Exception' types, and slow code. JCSC was inspired by lint.
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.
The Scalable Test Platform provides a test framework in which to exercise Linux kernel builds. Patches can be created and built through the Patch Lifecycle Manager (PLM), and then run through your choice of performance and scalability tests. Kernel patches are loaded and built against stock kernels, and tests are executed on your selected hardware platform.
PureTest is primarily targeted for function testing in the earlier phases of a development project. Even though it supports testing a variety of applications it is especially useful for debugging and snooping of Web applications. It includes a HTTP Recorder and Web Crawler which makes it useful for generic verification of HTTP requests and Web content checking.
When you want to format multiple Java source in Eclipse, the only way is to open each and every file, right click in the editor window, select the "Format" option, and save the formatted file. This plugin allows you to select one or more packages in the Java Package Explorer and format all .java files in those packages. You can also choose to select just the specific Java source files you wish to format, or even the whole source directory.
Marathon is a GUI test tool that allows you to play and record scripts against a Java Swing UI. It's written in Java, and uses Python and Ruby as its scripting language (the emphasis being on an extremely simple, readable syntax that customers/testers/analysts feel comfortable with). Marathon includes a recorder, editor, player, and debugger to simplify working with test scripts.