PerceptualDiff is an image comparison utility that compares two images using a perceptual metric. That is, it uses a computational model of the human visual system to determine if two images are visually different, so minor changes in pixels are ignored.
CCCC is a tool which analyzes C++ and Java files and generates a report on various metrics of the code. Metrics supported include lines of code, McCabe's complexity and metrics proposed by Chidamber&Kemerer and Henry&Kafura.
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FireScrum is an intuitive and easy-to-use SCRUM projects management environment focused on Rich Internet Application(RIA) technology.
Testing complex systems calls for clear task management and control covering everything from defining test plans to writing test cases and recording results. QATraq provides the framework for task management and control, across the whole test process.
Data generator tool which supports many data types (primitive data types,but also names,addresses,post codes,etc.) and generates data in various formats (text,xml,db).It provides a GUI and is extensible by means of plugging-in new data-generator classes.
ebizzy is designed to generate a workload resembling common web application server workloads. It is highly threaded, has a large in-memory working set, and allocates and deallocates memory frequently.
compare csv files with any separator you want
csvdiff is a Perl script to diff/compare two csv files with the possibility to select the separator. Differences will be shown like: "Column XYZ in record 999" is different. After this, the actual and the expected result for this column will be shown.
CyVis is a free software metrics collection, analysis and visualisation tool for java based software.
Jensor is a light-weight, low-overhead Java Profiler built using Java BCI. Jensor provides innovative analysis modules like JVM Replay, Pattern Analysis and Tagging Engine for technical as well as business analysis based on the same underlying data.
sarface is a user-interface to the sysstat/sar database which inputs data from sar and plots to a live X11 graph via gnuplot. It mimics the cmd-line options from sar but can cross-plot any two or more stats and apply simple mathematical functions them.
PEP is a modelling and verification framework for parallel systems, providing a large number of different modelling languages and verification techniques (e.g. SDL, Petri nets and model checking)
banshee-- A toolkit for building constraint-based program analyses
A web based peer code review tool providing subversion integration, working against live repositories; Syntax highlighting for a wide variety of languages; File and repository level diffing; E-mail notifications. Groogle is a Web 2.0 LAMP application.
X11::GUITest, is a Perl package, used for controlling applications by means of user emulation. This can be used to interact (SendKeys, ClickMouseButton, FindWindowLike, etc.) with applications running under an X Windows environment. Including applications built (GTK+, Qt, Motif, etc.) upon X11 / Xlib. You may find that this mechanism is easier to use then that provided by xautomation or xdotool.
ggcov is a GTK+ GUI for exploring test coverage data produced by C programs compiled with gcc --coverage. It's basically a GUI replacement for the gcov program that comes with gcc.
MERMAID is an object-oriented domain modeling tool to create enterprise models using an UML class diagram, an object-event table and finite state machines. The CASE tool checks view consistency, has XMI support and code generation abilities.
Changeset is a web-based issue tracking and configuration management tool. It helps software development teams to manage an effective change requests process. It's developed using J2EE technology.
An advanced cross platform fuzzing framework suited to find code bugs.
ansvif, or A Not So Very Intelligent Fuzzer, suited to find bugs in code by throwing garbage arguments, files, and environment variables at the target program, that you may or may not have the source code to. It supports many features, such as buffer size, randomization of the buffer size, random data injection, templates, and much more. The purpose of this project is to identify bugs in software, specifically bugs that can induce a segmentation fault under various conditions. This aids security researchers in writing buffer overflows, input validation vulnerabilities, as well as helping one audit code for general logic mistakes.
A Tool to Validate Function Calls using Model Checking Techniques
ASLA (Automated software license analyzer) is a tool for finding and identifying licenses of existing software packages.
Highly dynamic application generator for creating Eclipse RCPs.
Parsing, interpreting, checking and profiling C application (ISO/IEC 9899:1999 (E))
CQSAT is a powerful, comprehensive and extensible framework for static analysis of program source code and detection of software defects.
Find case inconsistencies in the source tree. May be useful for porting applications in any programming language from case-insensitive (like Windows) to case-sensitive (like Linux) runtime environment.