QA Systems launched Cantata Unit Testing Tool version 9.1


    QA Systems announced the General Availability of Cantata version 9.1, the integration, and unit testing tool for C and C++. In this recent version, AutoTest currently supports all C++ language features in C++11 / 14, Real-Time Type Information. It also supports enhanced C++ template instantiation and it comprises a new Cantata Core Product executable which automatically converts ASCII text results in files to authorized user-friendly HTML format. This helps in sharing test results over company network and between coordinated working tools.

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    Pierre-Henri Stanek, the Cantata Product Manager explained “With ever larger and more complex test projects, the amount of data loading required by the GUI has increased. Using a benchmark C++ project of 135 source files Cantata 9.1 generated a test in only 5 seconds, compared to 30 seconds in 9.0 (so 6 times faster). This benchmark illustrates the advantage of staying up-to-date with Cantata versions.”

    The most important features of this version are as follows:

    • An upgraded AutoTest ability for automatic test generation for C++ code.
    • New HTML format test results which can be utilized as certification indication and are supported by Cantata.
    • Rapid data loading in the GUI.
    • Simpler management of Cantata regulated function calls during test case execution within the Test Case Editor for existing users.

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