I wrote about search-based software testing (SBST) as a feat a few days back. I posted links about research work that extends frameworks such as JUnit for search based testing. Today I was wondering whether there existed any working SBST frameworks that could be integrated with popular IDEs. To my surprise, there are quite a few such frameworks that can be integrated with popular IDEs such as Netbeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA etc. Here are links to a few such popular frameworks.
A new version 1.2.0 of EvoSuite has now been released. The main changes are: Java 9 support for DSE (@ilebrero) Updated Docker configuration (@mitchellolsthoorn) Support for JUnit 5 output (@VoglSebastian) Refactoring of the generics-related code (@VoglSebastian) Java 9 support for Eclipse plugin General refactorings and reformatting Bug fixes for various crashes and minor issues Release data is available 1.2.0 release results.
SBSTFrame: a framework to search-based software testing | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore
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