iTest is a Qt application for easy computerised examination. iTest consists of two programs:
- iTestServer -- question/answer database editor and test server,
- iTestClient -- test client used by students, connects to the server.
iTest makes it easy to:
- Create and organise a database of questions and answers,
- Set up a server and a printer,
- Connect a client computer for each student, which generates a test according to your server settings.
- Mac OS X
- Linux and various UNIX-based platforms
- Czech (thanks to Pavel Fric)
- German (thanks to Dirk Jung)
- Hungarian (thanks to Szabó István)
- Italian (thanks to Francesco Atzeni)
- Latvian (thanks to Valdis Orols)
- Portuguese (thanks to Eugéne Suter)
- Russian (thanks to Constantin Makshin and Eugene Burmistrov)
- Spanish (thanks to Gustavo A. Díaz)
- Turkish (thanks to Serdar Soytetir)
- Ukrainian (thanks to Vadim Nekhai)
Binaries are available for Mac OS X and Windows at the downloads page.
Ubuntu packages are available here (thanks to Vladimir Yakovlev). To install, run:
sudo deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/nagos/ppa/ubuntu karmic main sudo apt-get install itest
To build iTest from source, you will need Qt 4.4 or a newer, compatible version.
You have two options:
- Compile manually
- Use the build script to compile iTest
Regardless of your platform, use the following commands (it is assumed that you have already changed directory to that of the iTest source code):
cd iTestServer lrelease iTestServer.pro cd .. cd iTestClient lrelease iTestClient.pro cd ..
If you're running Mac OS X, type:
qmake -spec macx-g++ -config release
Otherwise, the following will do:
qmake -config release
And finally, compile iTest by typing:
(You can also use any other maketool, such as
nmake, depending on your platform.)
Compile using the build script
Download and install Squirrel Shell.
Make sure you have the Qt
bin directory (usually
PATH environment variable.
If that is so, you can compile iTest by double-clicking the
Change directory to that of the iTest source code and type:
The compiled binaries will be put into the