Martin Steen Nielsen is the author of the TestApe unit
test framework and the founder of TestApe.com.
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About the author
Martin Steen Nielsen holds degrees in Electronic Engineering and Computer
He has worked with unit testing of embedded software since 1999.
Martin became hooked on automated module testing, when he saw how doing it
made significant improvements in quality and stability of his own work.
He invented the testape instrumenter in order to quick-launch new projects,
and the testape framework as a kind of nursery in which he could maximize
coverage without increasing test complexity.
The latest headlines from Testape.com
TestApe Release 1171 available, Aug 20th 2014
It has been a long time since last official release and the list of
bugfixes, features and supported platforms accumulating
in the beta has grown substantially. I am happy to annouce that a
new release is ready.
TestApe beta version available, Jul 21th 2014
New beta version is now available for download.
TestApe Release 880 available, Dec 3rd 2011
New is this release are support for floating point validations and function mocking.
Also, MinGW has been added to the list of supported platforms.
Forum change, Mar 27th 2011
TestApe forum is now hosted on Proboards.
Support questions can be posted here or send directly on email. Due to
TestApe beta release available, Sep 27th 2011
TestApe can now be used with MinGW GCC on windows. Also supported in this beta are floating point types in
validations or when mocking functions
IPad update for WebTTY, May 15th 2011
A small fix for webtty scripts, to allow the usage from Apple IPads.
textarea to bring up IPad keyboard - you may have to scroll webpage
beneath keyboard, in order to actually see what you're typing.
TestApe Release 791 available, Apr 2nd 2010
This release contains a new flexible mocking system with default mocks automatically generated
for unresolved functions. Installation packages are available for GCC/Linux, GCC/CygWin as well
Visual Studio 2009/Windows XP or Vista.