Automated Testing Framework

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Automated Testing Framework
Stable release
0.21 / October 24, 2014; 9 years ago (2014-10-24)
Written inPOSIX shell, C, or C++
Typetesting framework
LicenseFree software (BSD)

Automated Testing Framework (ATF) is a testing framework originally created for NetBSD as a Google Summer of Code project in 2007.[1] Automated Testing Framework is also used in many mobile phone companies to test latest applications or updated OS. ATF can be used to automatize basic and time-consuming works such as clicking and switching applications repeatedly. In addition, daily regression test will increase the chance to catch bugs before the release of new features.

ATF is a software testing framework in which test cases can be written in POSIX shell, C, or C++.

A primary goal of the ATF project is that tests are self-contained and intended to be executed by end users periodically.

It is released under the two-clause BSD license.


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