Automated Testing Framework

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Automated Testing Framework
Stable release
0.16 / July 10, 2012 (2012-07-10)
Written in POSIX shell, C, or C++
Type testing framework
License Free software (BSD)

ATF or Automated Testing Framework 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 is a very useful tool which does many basic and time-consuming works such as clicking and switching applications repeatedly for developers. 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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