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Project Home Downloads Wiki Issues Source [email protected] | My favorites | Profile | Sign out randoop Random test generation Summary Updates People Project Information Starred by 31 users Activity Medium Project feeds Code license MIT License Members [email protected] , [email protected] 2 committers 1 contributor New! Randoop plugin for Eclipse Check out the Randoop plugin for Eclipse , which lets you automatically generate JUnit tests for your project. November 18 2010: A new feature to the Randoop Eclipse Plug-In has been released! Peter Kalauskas has added an "Eclipse Arguments" tab to the Randoop run configuration, which supports: Passing of additional command-line arguments to Randoop Specification of VM arguments Specification of working directory for Randoop Arguments tab values override values given in other tabs. What is Randoop? Randoop is an automatic unit test generator for Java. It automatically creates unit tests for your classes, in JUnit format. Randoop generates unit tests using feedback-directed random test generation. In a nutshell, this technique randomly, but smartly, generates sequences of methods and constructor invocations for the classes under test, and uses the sequences to create tests. Randoop executes the sequences it creates, using the results of the execution to create assertions that capture the behavior or your program and that catch bugs.
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