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Project Summary

Kyua (pronounced Q.A.) is a framework to easily develop and execute automated tests for software projects.

Kyua is intended to be a replacement for the Automated Testing Framework (ATF). The code base of ATF is very hard to extend and the overall design of the tools make it impossible to implement some features highly desired by users. Kyua will start by replacing the runtime tools atf-run and atf-report with a single, integrated CLI binary, and later will provide replacements for the C, C++ and Shell bindings.

In comparison to ATF, the Kyua project is also intended to provide easier access for contributions and new developers. To do so, it uses the off-the-shelf solution for collaborative development provided by Google Code and the Subversion version control system for its source code.

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c++ developer google netbsd programming qa testing

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30 Day Summary

Feb 6 2017 — Mar 8 2017

12 Month Summary

Mar 8 2016 — Mar 8 2017
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