CyVis is a software metrics collection, analysis, and visualization tool for software built using Java. It enables developers to identify complex parts of their software very easily. It collects data from Java class or jar files, so there is no need for the source code. Once the metrics are collected, the statistical information is shown in a way that enables you to immediately detect which part of your software is complicated and which is not. CyVis can either be integrated with your Ant script or used with a command interface to generate reports. It also has a GUI interface.
Datamixer generates mock data, mixes it with data from other sources such as files, and can write the results back to files or the console. Different data structures, formats, and data types are supported. Datamixer is meant for unit testing, Web site development, numeric simulation, and any situation where realistic data values are needed.
CTA++ is a tool for unit testing C++ classes, libraries, and subsystems. It is easy to use and provides very powerful features, helping the tester to build the testing environments and running the tests on C++ code. The testing process becomes efficient, visible, and organized, as required in a professional testing environment.