Posts tagged with ‘C++’

  • Debugging Coco with the verbose build mode

    By on March 28, 2017

    When an application is instrumented with Squish Coco and problems arise, it is often helpful to run the compilation in the verbose build mode. This is especially useful when some of the program files are excluded from the instrumentation. With the verbose build enabled, one can see which files are...

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  • Verifying Custom Properties of a QObject in Squish

    By on March 23, 2017

    If you’re testing a Qt-based application with Squish, you probably know the problem: one of your classes has custom properties you would really like to verify, but you cannot seem to get hold of it from a test script. First the bad news: making it available requires changing your...

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  • Code Coverage Case Study: Learn How InnovMetric Software Benefits from Squish Coco

    By on March 21, 2017

    InnovMetric Software Inc., the leading provider of universal 3D metrology software solutions, started to use froglogic’s Code Coverage Tool Squish Coco in 2015. The main objective was to understand how much of their applications’ code is properly tested by their 15,000+ tests. After some time InnovMetric’s engineers concluded: “Coco...

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  • Open source C++ execution trace framework

    By on September 15, 2016

    At froglogic, we’re big fans of open source software. A large part of our engineering (and management!) staff contributed or contributes to open source projects, and everyone visiting our offices for a job interview certainly gets a big +1 in case she can show off some open source work!...

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  • Bug Location and Patch Analysis with Squish Coco 3.4

    By on June 7, 2016

    Hamburg, Germany June 7, 2016 froglogic is excited to announce version 3.4 of Squish Coco, its multi-platform C, C++, C# and Tcl code coverage analysis tool. Besides several smaller improvements, this new release of Squish Coco features two innovative, new features to help developers use code coverage data to...

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  • Yet another static code analyzer run

    By on October 2, 2014

    Looking for the answer to a 64-bit build question I ran into a news item titled “The Unicorn Getting Interested in KDE“. Since I never saw an unicorn before this made me curious. Turns out that a company selling a static code analysis tool has been analysing KDE code....

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  • Squish tip of the week: How to know what code your testing actually exercises

    By on September 10, 2014

    Did you know Squish GUI Tester and Squish Coco can work together to reveal more about your testing? Integrate your testing with Squish Coco to answer these questions: How many of our tests are redundant? What areas of our application are the tests not reaching? If I only had...

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  • GUI Test Automation and Code Coverage @ Embedded World

    By on February 24, 2014

    Meet us this week at the Embedded World Conference in Nuremberg. We will be located in Halle 4 Booth 4-502. At your booth we will demo the upcoming Squish GUI Tester 5.1 release, which will also include several improvements for the automated testing of embedded GUI applications, such as...

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  • Code Coverage with the ARM C/C++ Compiler

    By on February 19, 2014

    Introduction Developing for an embedded environment can often leave you juggling for space. Squish Coco is designed with such constraints in mind, making instrumentation and code coverage possible even on embedded environments. Squish Coco separates the coverage data creation from the analysis, enabling users performing cross-compilation to host the...

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  • Coco gaining C# and Tcl support

    By on December 22, 2013

    A pre-release announcement: As of version 3.0, to be released in January 2014, our code coverage tool Squish Coco will come with support for two additional programming languages. First, C# will be added to the current support for C and C++. Second, developers using the classic scripting language Tcl...

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