welofunc performer is a load test tool to support quality assurance of J2EE web applications. It features portability to all platforms with a Java virtual machine, an easy-to-use graphical user interface, the ability to record tests with a Web browser, and the ability to simulate an unlimited number of concurrent users. A rich set of test elements can be used to build your test plans, including HTTP requests, procedures and procedure calls, user think time, loops, and selectors.
winestart is a program that is useful for collecting information on programs that run under Wine while they are being executed. It serves the purpose of writing logging information to disk (and optionally to stdout at the same time) in order to reproduce errors that appear at runtime. It also provides a simple way of switching between several installed Wine versions.
xCover is a code coverage library for C and C++. It uses non-standard features available with GCC 4.3+ and Visual C++ 7.0+. Users place line-marks in each branch of each function or method in a component's source file, and the library is able to produce, upon request, a report of which of these has not been executed. Reporting can be done on a per-file, per-alias, or per-file-group basis.
xremote is a simple tool that lets you grab the mouse and keyboard of another machine and control them with your local mouse and keyboard. It creates a form of remote control of other machines. All mouse- and keyboard-actions on the local machine are forwarded to the remote display.
yagg, given YACC-like and LEX-like input files, generates a C++ program that generates all strings of a user-specified length. This program can then be used to generate inputs for testing, or to validate that a grammar accepts the strings that you think it does. The grammar file provides the grammar productions for string generation, along with optional action blocks that can perform context-sensitive checks in order to limit the generated strings. The LEX-like terminal generator file provides specifications that instruct the program how to generate strings for terminals in the grammar.
yaktest is a simple C++ unit testing framework. It has its roots in the JUnit testing framework for Java, but is implemented in a much simpler fashion. Additionally, its output is Emacs-compatible, so adding a "test" target in a makefile makes for fairly simple automated unit testing, with failures directed to the offending line number. An example is included in the source and .gz distributables.