Open source testing tools give users and developers free insight into the tool's source code. Acronyms in brackets denote the license the listed tools use (e.g. ASL - Apache Software License).

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Codestriker
Perl CGI script which is used for performing code reviews in a collaborative fashion over a Web frontend. [GPL]
DejaGnu
A framework for testing other programs. Its purpose is to provide a single front end for all tests. Think of it as a custom library of Tcl procedures crafted to support writing a test harness. [GPL]
Fitnesse Acceptance Testing Framework
A simple tool that allows non-technical users to specify and run acceptance tests for software systems.
JPdfUnit
A framework for testing a generated PDF document with the JUnit test framework. It is designed for access to the PDFBox library and provides simple ready-to-use assertions for comparing the expected data to the concrete data of a PDF document. [ASL]
Open Source Testing
Features details of Open Source testing tools for functional, performance and security testing, link checking, test management and bug tracking systems.
TestCocoon
Code coverage tool chain for C/C++ and C#. It analyses code coverage and permits to optimize the testing process of applications. Multi-platform. Site includes documentation, users forum, download option and FAQ section. [GPL v3]
TestSuite Log Parser and Browser
A tool to store and easily use results of conformance-like test suites runs through a web interface. Can extract statistics or compare several runs very simply. [GPL]
Web Test Tools
A project which provides tools for different test methods such as unit tests (JUnit), and different kinds of tests for applications. Additionally an implementation of Internet protocols in Java is available. [GPL and LGPL]
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November 23, 2013 at 2:24:04 UTC
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