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New Version of ConcJUnit: 20100112

ConcJUnit is an extension of JUnit and provides additional support for testing concurrent programs.It is available for download at http://concutest.org

There were several bugfixes and interface improvements. ConcJUnit will now also emit warnings if events in the event queue have not been fully processed before a test ends.

Posted by Mathias Ricken 2010-01-12

New Version of ConcJUnit

ConcJUnit is an extension of JUnit and provides additional support for testing concurrent programs.

It is available for download at http://concutest.org

There were several bugfixes and interface improvements. Furthermore, ConcJUnit is now available in a version that can replace JUnit 4.7.

Posted by Mathias Ricken 2009-11-02

New ConcJUnit Version

ConcJUnit is an extension of JUnit and provides additional support for testing concurrent programs.

It is available for download at http://concutest.org

ConcJUnit now attempts to detect threads that ended
before the test was over, but that were not forced
to end using a join (threads that got "lucky").

For this feature to work, please download the
concjunitrt.jar and use it to generate a modified
Java runtime library (rt.concjunit.jar). Then prefix
Java's boot classpath using the
-Xbootclasspath/p:rt.concjunit.jar
command line option.

Posted by Mathias Ricken 2009-04-30

New Beta Package for Thread Checker Posted

A new beta package for the Thread Checker has been posted. In this new version, exceptions in a predicate log as erroneous predicate and do not leave the predicate anymore.
The @Combine mode XOR has also been added.

Posted by Mathias Ricken 2007-07-24

Beta Packages for ConcJUnit and Thread Checker Posted

I just posted the first beta releases of our Concutest products: Different versions of ConcJUnit, an improved JUnit framework, and libraries required for the Thread Checker.

Posted by Mathias Ricken 2007-06-19

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