Java-Based Automated Syntax Testing - JSynTestTM

Automated Java-based syntax-testing tool
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WHAT IS SYNTAX TESTING?  
Syntax Testing, also called grammar-based testing, is powerful black box, data-driven testing technique for testing applications where the input data can be described formally.  Examples of applications that benefit by the application of this technique are Scripting languages, Compilers, Assemblers, and Menu-driven software.  By describing the data space in a formal notation you get the advantage of automating large volumes of data generation, quickly and precisely. 
 
USE JSYNTEST TO AUTOMATE YOUR SYNTAX TESTING
JSynTest is Java-based syntax-testing tool that can generate test data automatically from a formal specification of the data space.  A friendly IDE coupled with a powerful grammar formalism makes the tool eminently suitable for complex data generation needs of the tester. JSynTest takes a novel approach to syntax testing: instead of generating test data directly, it emits a Java program that implements the generation logic.  This way, the generated code can be modified or embedded in an application to customize the data generation task. 

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Written in Java
Powerful grammar formalism
Reuse of grammars through inheritance and composition
Java code generation for application embedding
Friendly IDE with editor and grammar debugging support
Royalty-free deployment
JSynTest has been tested on the following platforms: 
Windows 95/98/2000/XP/NT (Patch 4)
Sun SolarisTM 8 for Intel
Mandrake Linux 8.2 (Bluebird) on Intel machine
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PLATFORM REQUIREMENTS
Processor Intel Pentium or higher
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/NT (patch 4)

Sun SolarisTM 8

Linux
JDK Version 1.2.2 and above
RAM 64 MB or higher
Hard disk At least 10 MB of free space for installation

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