Revolutionize your testing with RVS 3.16
RVS 3.16 includes the RapiTest Editor, an integrated interface for writing tests within the RVS Project Manager. This makes it easier than ever to write RapiTest tests, set up stubs and local test objects, and edit your tests if they fail.
While you’re writing your tests, the RapiTest Editor provides context-sensitive assistance, checks for errors in real-time, highlighting any that occur, and provides inline access to the user documentation.
RVS 3.16 brings further improvements that support the visualization, review and analysis of results from multicore timing analysis.
New box and whisker charts and end-to-end invocation profile charts for metrics let you investigate metric values observed across different test runs in detail, while new high water mark variability results help you identify interference hot-spots so you can focus optimization efforts where they’re most needed.
More improvements have been introduced in RVS 3.16, including the ability to easily switch between different RapiTest test formats and a new dual code view for zero-footprint RVS tools, which lets you view your source code (if available) alongside your analyzed object code to better support traceability.
- Is RVS 3.16 backwards-compatible with previous versions?
Yes. RVS 3.16 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 3.16?
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.
RVS: Setting the standard for safety-critical software verification
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