Justus is a test case organization tool for software
- CodeCover integration
- System Requirements
- Changes since the previous version
- Known issues
We want to create a lightweight utility that allows software developers to
easily perform organized and reproducible tests before releasing their
Therefore, ease of use and a low barrier to entry are the focus in the
development of Justus.
Justus has three modes of operation:
- a powerful managing interface for test sequences and test cases
- an assistant-like interface, that guides testers through the execution of test sequences
- the protocol viewer helps evaluating test results and can export protocols in PDF format
Currently, Justus supports the management and execution of manually
performed organized software tests.
Justus supports CodeCover. During Justus test execution, a connection to a remote CodeCover
session can be established. Justus will send notifications of test cases to that CodeCover
- Command line interface
- Integration of unit test suites like JUnit
- Test case tagging
- Test case replication (synchronized copies)
- Rich text editor
- "Smart sequences" / "search sequences" containing test cases matching their conditions
Justus is written in Java with a Swing GUI and runs on any platform with a
Java runtime 1.5 or higher. To be able to open the project website (report bugs,
download updates) and open the pdf manual, you need Windows, Mac OS X or Java 6.
Beta 4.1 of Justus 1.0 (July 25, 2009) is available. Get the source code, or download the release bundles.
Report bugs via issue tracker (requires registration), or via email to the project owner.
This is a beta-quality release. Although there should be no major issues, always backup your data
Changes since beta 4
Changes since beta 3.1
Changes since beta 3
- Fixed a crasher on Windows Vista. Thanks to Igor Prakljacic for contributing the fix!
- Bundled iText
- Fixed the license window
- Fixed the Mac OS X menubar integration
- Fixed an issue where renaming a project file did not remove the previous project file's lock file
- Image Attachments:
- Adding images from the clip board does not work on Mac OS X 10.5. Workaround: Save the image to a file, and add this to the image attachments. This is a bug of Mac OS X and can only be fixed by Apple.
- There are no tool tips for the image attachment editing buttons (Add Image From Clipboard, Add Image From File…, Delete Image) and the image attachment list. Fixed in SVN, will be in the next release.
- There are no menu items for image attachment editing. Workaround: Use the buttons instead
- Image files no longer in use in the project are not removed from the resources directory. Workaround: Use Save as… and save the project under a new name, remove the old project files afterwards.