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Verybench 2.1: New Graphical Interface for Testwell CMT++ Available

Verybench for CMT++   Offenburg (Germany), 8 April 2014

Verifysoft has released Verybench for Testwell CMT++ version 2.1.
Verybench is a graphical user interface for the code complexity measuring tool Testwell CMT++. It enables managers, developers as well as quality and test engineers to colaborate easier on and to contribute easier to source code quality. It accelerates the way metrics are understood by an entire development team and not just by single individuals involved in improving the quality of a software. Verybench comes with two kinds of main views: the Dashboard Views and the Metrics Views.
Our Testwell CMT++ customers with maintenance will receive the new interface free of charge.   > Further information

 


Verifysoft

New Company and Testwell Tool Flyer Available

(Offenburg/Germany, 22 July 2013)

A new Verifysoft company and product flyer is now available for download. The brochure provides information on Testwell CTC++, Testwell CMT++ and CMTJava, as well as for Verybench for CMT++. There is also some background information about our company.

Download:

pdf  English       pdf  German

 


Verifysoft acquires intellectual property rights for Testwell CTC++, CMT++/CMTJava and CTA++ from Testwell Oy Finland

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Testwell Headquarter Tampere
Headquarter of Testwell in Tampere (Finland)

  (Offenburg/Germany, Tampere/Finland, 1 July 2013)

Verifysoft Technology GmbH has acquired all intellectual property rights for the software test and analysis tools of Testwell (Finland). The aquisition includes Testwell CTC++, CMT++/CMTJava und CTA++ as well as tools for the ADA programming language.
Since the year 2003, Verifysoft Technology GmbH has already delivered continuous success in marketing Testwell tools in German speaking countries, France and the Benelux countries. Also after the acquisition by Verifysoft, the tools will be available under the brand name "Testwell". Verifysoft plans to further increase the sales through a worldwide network of distributors. Major European markets will be handled directly by Verifysoft.
Testwell will remain an independent company in Tampere (Finlande) with the mission to continue the development of the tools on behalf of Verifysoft Technology. Testwell will also be one of Verifysoft´s distributors, serving important key accounts from Finland.   > further information

 


New License Terms and Price List for Testwell Tools

(Tampere/Finland, Offenburg/Germany, 15 October 2012)

Since 15 October 2012 new license conditions and prices are applied for all purchases of Testwell CTC++, CMT++/CMTJava and CTA++.
Floating (FLEXlm) licenses are now valid for worldwide use within one company. Until now floating licenses have been limited to a site, country or region.
For small or time limited projects/small companies we propose now also MAC-address bound licenses (available for Windows platform only) which are time limited (per default one year). This licenses are stictly machine bound, replacements to other machines are nomore possible).
Offers which have already been issued remain valid until their expiration date.

 


Code Complexity Measurement for Java: Testwell CMTJava 3.0 Available

(Tampere/Finland, 26 September 2012)

Testwell CMTJava v3.0 is a major upgrade version. The tool can now properly handle all kind of Java SE 7 level input. Among others the following is now supported: enum declarations having executable code (reported like classes), underscores in numeric literals, binary literals, corrections in @annotations handling, ... The McCabe cyclomatic number v(G) is now configurable as basic, extended (previously always like this), basic_modified, and extended_modified. There are also enhancements in the cmtjava2html utility.

 


Code Complexity: Testwell CMT++ Version 5.0 Available

(Tampere/Finland, 27 June 2012)

Testwell CMT++ version 5.0 is a major upgrade version of Testwell´s Code Complexity Measurement Tool. It brings various enhancements, like proper handling of new C++11 standard language level, configurability to calculate McCabe cyclomatic number v(G), reporting the number of function parameters, added Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 IDE integrations, enhancements in the cmt2html utility, etc.

 


Code Complexity: Verybench for Testwell CMT++ 2.0 Available

Verybench for CMT++   Offenburg (Germany), 2 May 2012

Verifysoft announces the release of Verybench for Testwell CMT++ version 2.0.
Verybench is a graphical user interface for the code complexity measuring tool Testwell CMT++. It enables managers, developers as well as quality and test engineers to colaborate easier on and to contribute easier to source code quality. It accelerates the way metrics are understood by an entire development team and not just by single individuals involved in improving the quality of a software. Verybench comes with two kinds of main views: the Dashboard Views and the Metrics Views.   > Further information

 


Testwell CMTJava Code Complexity Measures Tool for Java Version 2.2 Available

(9 January 2009)

Testwell CMTJava Code Complexity Measures Tool for Java Version 2.2 is now available.
The so-called CMTJava long report is now generated in XML format. It gives new possibilities in integration to build tool chains.
There are also some other enhancements in the basic cmtjava tool and in the HTML report (cmtjava2html).
Our customers with software maintenance will receive the new version free of charge.

 


Verybench for CMT++

Graphical Frontend for Testwell CMT++: Verifysoft Announces Verybench

(Offenburg, 5 January 2009)

Verifysoft announces Verybench, a graphical frontend for the Code Complexity Measures Tool Testwell CMT++.
The CMT++ add-on provides distinct views of the complexities for developpers, reviewers, tester, management, and controlling.
Verybench generates outputs in text, HTML, XML, CSV, and PDF.
The release is planned for February 2009.

 


Testwell CMT++ Code Complexity Measures Tool for C/C++: Version 4.2 available

(28 September 2007)

A new version (4.2) of Testwell CMT++ Code Complexity Measures Tool for C/C++ is available.
CMT++ 4.2 comes with new features, i.e.:

  • The format of the long report is changed to XML. The report form has been extended to contain "all" information that CMT++ in general analyses from the source files (system-level summary, alarms, etc.). This new XML form is now meant to be the primary means in CMT++ integrations to tool chains.
  • From a class/struct declaration inline methods are now reported. The declaration itself is no more reported as its own entity. It is considered to be like any other header code (like a function prototype), which is counted to file-level measures.
  • Better handling of conditional compilations when unbalanced {}s. No more "unexpected end of file" messages in normal use cases.
  • Many improvements in the HTML report (cmt2html utility)
  • CMT++ GUI improved (Windows)
  • Visual Studio 2005 IDE integration introduced (Windows)

 


New Version 2.1 of Code Complexity Measures Tool for Java CMTJava available

(11 October 2006)

The version 2.1 of CMTJava Code Complexity Measures Tool for Java is now available. CMTJava 2.1 comes with various smaller corrections and enhancements in the core tool and in the add-on utilities. The tool now also calculates the MaxND (maximum number of depth points) measure. Testwell added support to generate the HTML report in a form, which can be published e.g. at the company intranet. There is also now support for a wider set of browsers (Firefox etc.).
Our maintenance customers will receive the new version in the next days free of charge.

Further informationen : Testwell CMTJava

 


New Version of Testwell CMT++ (v. 4.1) available

(9 January 2006)

Please be informed that a new CMT++ version 4.1 has been released.
The upgrade is available on all supported platforms (Windows, Linux, Solaris and HPUX).
The new version contains e.g. the following:

  • introduction of MaxND measure (maximum nesting depth of {}s)
  • introduction of Visual Studio .NET 2003 IDE integration
  • improvements in CMT++ GUI
  • improvements in cmt2html add-on utility/HTML reporting
  • correction to file-level Maintainability Index calculation
  • corrections in cmt2xml add-on utility

Our maintenance customers will receive the new version in the next days free of charge.

 


Testwell CMTJava: new version (v2.0) with Maintainability Index and HTML-Output available

(11 October 2005)

This upgrade from CMTJava v1.4 to v2.0 brings Maintainability Index calculation, support for XML form reporting, Java 5 support, improved HTML reporting, improved GUI (at Windows) and a number of other smaller enhancements.
Our maintenance customers will receive the new version in the next days free of charge.

 


New version (4.0) of CMT++ available : supports now also Maintainability Index (MI)

(2 February 2005)

Testwell has released a new v4.0 version of CMT++, complexity Measures Tool for C/C++.
Further to the existing metrics (Halstead, McCabe, and Lines-of-code), CMT++ now also calculates the Maintainability Index (MI).
MI is a single-number value for estimating the relative maintainability of the code.
The new version comes with several enhancements in the HTML form report : Various sorted views of the file-level measures are provided. In detailed view, clicking the function name allows you to view the function source code. The whole code base is at your fingertips.
Our maintenance customers will receive CMT++ 4.0 in the next days free of charge.
> further information about CMT++

 


CMTJava v. 1.4 available

(2 February 2004)

Testwell announced the release of a new version of CMTJava (version 1.4). The upgrade comes with a HTML reporting option (cmtjava2html add-on utility). CMTJava is available for Windows, Linux, Solaris and HPUX. On Windows platform its use is directly integrated to the CMTJava GUI.
For customers with support period in effect the upgrade is available without charge.


CMT++ with HTML output - new version of CTC++

(27 January 2004)

Testwell announced the release of upgrades for CMT++ (version 3.5) and CTC++ (version 5.2.1).
The essential enhancement in CMT++ is the introduction of HTML reporting. On Windows platform this capability is integrated to the CMT++ GUI. For seeing how the HTML report looks like, please click here.

CTC++ 5.2.1 is available on all supported platforms (Windows, Linux, Solaris and HPUX). It contains some smaller enhancements.
Both tools can be downloaded by customers with support period in effect.

 


CMT++ v3.4 and CMTJava v1.3 GUI upgrades on Windows

(April 2003)

The Windows variants of these tools have been rebuilt containing now a better GUI v2.1. The initial release of the GUI was v1.0 from September 2002. In October 2002 v2.0 of it was released.

 


 

CMT++ v3.3 available March 2002


With this version separate assembly files can be measured, too. Lines of code and Halstead measures are provided. Also some other enhancements are introduced.

 

CMT++ v3.2 available July 2001


This is an upgrade to the previous CMT++ v3.1.1. This upgrade brings some enhancements in the tool. As before there are four delivery packages of the tool: Windows-9x/NT/2000, Linux, Solaris and HPUX. Now on Windows platform there are also Flexlm-floating and IP-address-bound license options possible (previously only a dongle-based license option was supported). Further, now on Linux platform there is Flexlm-floating license option possible (previously only an IP-address-bound license option was supported).

 

CMT++ v3.1 available May 1999


This CMT++ v3.0 --> v3.1 upgrade contains some enhancements applicable on all platforms. The CMT++/MSVC++ Developer Studio Integration Kit has been enhanced with a smooth capability to further processing the CMT++ measures in Excel.

 

CMT++ v3.0 released August 1997


CMT++ v3.0 has some important enhancements over the previous v2.0 version. Its usehas been simplified, the report layout has been improved, there is possibility to produce Excel data files directly as a CMT++ option for further processing of the measurements.

 

The developement of Testwell CMT++ has been started in 1990.
Testwell CMTJava, our metric tool for Java is available since 2001.

 

last updated: 8 April 2014
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