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- ConQAT. Long-lived
software systems are subject to gradual quality decay if no
counter measures are taken. Continuous quality control counters
this decay through an orchestrated application of constructive and
analytic quality assurance techniques. The Continuous Quality
Assessment Toolkit ConQAT provides the tool-support required to
enact continuous quality control in practice. It supports the
rapid development of quality dashboards that integrate diverse
quality analysis methods and tools. Through advanced aggregation
and visualization mechanisms, these dashboards enable developers
and project managers to track key quality aspects of software
projects in an efficient and timely manner. The dashboards are
accompanied by a set of interactive tools that support the in-
depth inspection of identified quality defects and help to prevent
the introduction of further deficiencies. To cope with the
diversity of real-world software systems, ConQAT is not limited to
the analysis of source code but takes into account various types
of other development artifacts like models or textual
specifications. Through its flexible architecture, ConQAT can be
customized to address the quality requirements that are truly
relevant for a software project. Thereby, it helps to successfully
counter quality decay of software systems.
Library. The scanner library provides scanners (lexers) for more
than 10 programming languages.
Library. The Simulink library provides a Java parser for
Library. The Bugzilla library provides web-based access
to the well-know issue tracker Bugzilla.
Commons. The CCSM Commons are a library of utility
functions and classes used by ConQAT and all other CCSM products.