runT & runsT

Get the minimal Test Set with guaranteed coverage equal to the Wise past in input (runT = run Test) extracting the test cases from the file of the WISE_MAX-tuples  (all combinations).


  1. {WISE}:    Integer number between 1 and WISE_MAX



  1. A file containing the test set with minimal {WISE} coverage guaranteed past in input, called test_set_generato_{WISE_MAX}_{WISE}.txt in the execution folder.
  2. A file containing the test set with minimal {WISE} coverage guaranteed past in input, called clean_test_set_generato_{WISE_MAX}_{WISE}.txt in the execution folder.

The difference between the two files is that test_set_generato_{WISE_MAX}_{WISE}.txt shows the number of the extracted row from the all possible combinations WISE_MAX-tuples file, while in clean_test_set_generato_{WISE_MAX}_{WISE}.txt this value is not reported.


2)    The command runW {WISE NUMBER} must have been previously entered. Otherwise, a warning is printed with a request to execute it.



runT 2

Extract the 2-wise Test Set coverage from the file that contains all the possible combinations.
Note that if {WISE} = {WISE MAX} then the file out_p_WISE_MAX is copied into the execution folder creating only the file clean_test_set_generato_{WISE_MAX}_{WISE_MAX}.txt. In this case is also printed a DOS error "File Not Found" caused by the condition that is not produced the file test_set_generato{WISE_MAX}_{WISE_MAX}.txt.
The tool runT is faster but requires higher system memory. In the case where the system memory is not enough, the program is interrupted by a managed memory overflow. The tool runsT (note the "s" in runs which stands for "slow") requires less memory, but it takes more time, working mainly on file.

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