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Dependometer— Dependometer validates dependencies against the logical architecture structuring the system into classes, packages, subsystems, vertical slices and layers and detects cycles between these structural elements.
JUCA— JUCA stands for "JUnit Coverage Analyzer". It is a tool which performs a static analysis of your java class files and determines which methods of your classes are (potentially) called from JUnit testcases. The results are summarized in a HTML report.
Valtech FitLibBase— Valtech FitLib Base is a basic Plug n' Test environment / framework based on FitNesse supporting the creation of automated system and acceptance tests.
Thanks to Bernhard we have included a new kind of tangle view in Dependometer. A tangle is a largest set of entities in which each entitiy is (directly or indirectly) depending on each other, thus it is - in the simplest case - a single cycle, but can also include many, many cycles.
Following versions have increased due to this new feature in dependometer-core:
We recently got an offer to add Dependometer on the free hosted CI environment FaZend (thx. Yegor). Thus now we have virtually added an out-of-the-cloud Hudson Server to our platform. Nice work! Have a look here to inspect the build results: http://hudson.fazend.com:8081/hudson/.
The major change is the upgrade to newer FitNesse versions, we now have the following versions included
FitNesse Version: 20100303
FitLibrary Version: 20090628
We had some trouble with our !today widget that is now also included in the newer FitNesse version but without the localazation caps of our widget, thus we needed to include a workaround. You can now use the !date widget if you need a localized !today. …