Streamlined software verification with RVS 3.14
It's now easier than ever to select the tests you want to run in RapiTest.
You can now change the order in which your tests run and run individual tests within your test files. New filtering and quick selection options make it easy to select the tests you want to run, for example by letting you quickly select all new tests at the press of a button.
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When generating template tests, you can now have RapiTest automatically generate test vectors to test boundary values for C and C++ functions handling numeric inputs. You can now generate tests for both spreadsheet and RTS tests.
RapiTest now lets you identify and run the optimal subset of tests to achieve the same coverage you achieved during a previous run. This lets you identify any new coverage gaps without needing to run your entire code base.
We've added a range of features to support the capture and analysis of multicore performance metrics through RVS.
You can now collect and view metrics from Performance Monitoring Counters on multicore hardware, supporting multicore timing analysis. When viewing your results, you can filter by metrics and select a baseline against which to compare your results.
- Is RVS 3.14 backwards-compatible with previous versions?
Yes. RVS 3.14 is backwards compatible with previous versions. If you're upgrading from RVS 3.6 or earlier, however, we recommend that you set up a new integration to benefit from the improved project management features introduced in RVS 3.8.
- I'm running a wavefront version – can I upgrade to RVS 3.14?
If you're running a wavefront version, please contact us to determine whether you can upgrade.
- Which new features and enhancements are planned for the next version of RVS?
You can follow the RVS development roadmap, which we regularly update, on our website.
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