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jt-harness.png JTHarness is one of those projects that may not be very well known to the general developer population, but which are nevertheless critical to many software projects.

JTHarness is a general-purpose, fully-features, flexible, and configurable test harness well suited for many types of unit testing. The JTHarness team has been continually maintaining and improving the code for several years now and the 4.4.1 Milestone Release 1 (MR1) went live on December 21.

Release 4.4.1 is a maintenance release which fixes bugs and includes the following notable changes:

  • Makes the “Report Converter” tool easier to use
  • Improves the speed of loading the ResultCache file
  • Shortens harness start-up time
  • Allows known test execution ordering
  • Adds new “Save view filter” settings
  • Improves COF functionality

JTHarness 4.4.1 is compatible with JTHarness 4.4. See the release notes for further details.

Cheers,

— Terrence

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Back from vacation, catching up with open source news:

  • Open Office has moved to the Apache Incubator. Check out Christian Grobmeier’s blog for more information.
  • JTHarness is an open source, general-purpose, full-features, flexible, and configurable test harness. Version 4.4 was released a few days ago and adds a few new features as well as a number of bug fixes. See the JTHarness project page for more information.

Cheers,

— Terrence

Still coming up to speed after the break, so just a quick update:

Cheers,

— Terrence

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