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Testwell CTC++ Test Coverage Analyser extended for Symbian OS mobile phones

(24 November 2003)

Testwell CTC++ for Symbian Target Devices, an add-on package to the successful test coverage analysis CTC++ has been released. It facilitates code coverage measurements at the Symbian OS target devices, i.e. at the mobile phones itself. The CTC++/Windows variant has already supported code coverage measurements at the Symbian OS EPOC emulator context.
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Testwell CTC++ v. 5.2 available

(29 October 2003)

Testwell announced today the release of CTC++ version 5.2. The upgrade is available on all supported platforms (Windows, Linux,Solaris and HPUX). The previous version was CTC++ v5.0.10. The v5.2 contains, besides the following bigger enhancements:
  • Introduced 'ctcmerge' add-on utility
  • Introduced a technique to 'instrument for function call trace'
  • Introduced an alternate way to allocate the counter areas from heap, which makes it easier to test modules that are freed from memory in the middle of the test run, e.g. dynamically freed DLLs on Windows
  • Timing instrumentation is now better supported
  • Enhancements in the ctc2html utility
  • Enhanced the CTC++/Visual Studio 6.0 integration, e.g., now full CTC++ options repertoire can be used at "CTC++ Build/Clean..."
  • On Windows the code under test can now be compiled also with __stdcall and __fastcall calling conventions, previously only with __cdecl
  • On Windows enhanced the Symbian EPOC emulator use with command line mode of use, previously the usage was supported only via Visual Studio IDE.
The Host-Target add-on component is so far unchanged and usable as before.
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Testwell CTC++ v5.0.10 available

(Tampere/Finland, December 2002)

The Windows version can now be used out-of-the-box also withBorland C++ and with gcc/g++, besides the previous Visual C++. New(more strict) instrumentation of case/default labels in "fallthrough" situations. Introduced new means to more easily adapt CTC++ to some cross-compilers (needed in CTC++/Host-Target). Preliminary support for 64-bit applications on Solaris and HP-UX,call for details.