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CTWedge

Combinatorial Testing Web EDitor and GEnerator

Usage

It comes as a Web interface, and as an Eclipse plugin:

  • CTWedge Web: http://foselab.unibg.it/ctwedge. Please note that this web service is provided for free and without warranty. If the website is not responding, please contact contact Angelo Gargantini.
  • CTWedge for Eclipse: in Eclipse, press Help -> Install New Software..., add this link: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fmselab/ctwedge/master/ctwedge.updatesite . Follow the instructions to install. Obs.: note that Xtext is required: if not present, please install it first (it can be found also in the Eclipse Marketplace). To use the plugin, check out our short user guide here.
  • There is a zip containing eclipse and the ctwedge plugin installed (casa is currently not working in the zip): https://foselab.unibg.it/eclipse_ctwedge.zip

CTWedge logo

For developers, to compile source see instructions here.

Documentation

https://github.com/fmselab/ctwedge/wiki

People

Most of the implementation work has been done by Marco Radavelli and Angelo Gargantini. CTWedge extends the CitLab framework by Paolo Vavassori. For any problems, contact Angelo Gargantini

Paper

If you use this tool for academic research, please cite: Migrating Combinatorial Interaction Test Modeling and Generation to the Web (Gargantini, Angelo, and Radavelli, Marco) in 7th International Workshop on Combinatorial Testing (IWCT 2018)

@inproceedings{Gargantini2018, 
  author={A. Gargantini and M. Radavelli}, 
  booktitle={2018 IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation Workshops (ICSTW)}, 
  title={Migrating Combinatorial Interaction Test Modeling and Generation to the Web}, 
  year={2018}, 
  pages={308-317}, 
  keywords={formal specification;program testing;Web services;test generation;CIT specifications;Web service;combinatorial interaction test modeling;software as a service;software as a service paradigm;SaaS;combinatorial testing Web editing and generation;CTWEDGE;Xtext;Tools;Software as a service;Test pattern generators;Servers;Grammar;combinatorial interaction testing;Software as a Service;domain specific language;web editor}, 
  doi={10.1109/ICSTW.2018.00066}, 
  month={April}
}

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