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emTester - test tool for Embedded system

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emTester is TCL/TK based test tool for Embedded systems which have CLI and SNMP user interfaces. It supports both Unix-like system and windows system. You can use plain text or TCL script to write your test case.

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Languages

English, Chinese (Simplified)

Intended Audience

Quality Engineers

User Interface

Tk

Programming Language

Tcl

Registered

2007-10-02

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