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I'm looking for a good, preferably free, test planning and documentation tool. Ideally something that will keep track of which tests have been run against which software version, with reporting ability. There's a whole bunch of tools listed here but are there any others, and which ones have you had the best experience with? (You do run tests, right?)UPDATE 2008-01-29So far TestLink and Fitness have been mentioned. A related question yielded also a link to the ReadySet project, an open collection of software planning documentation templates.I have used TestLink and found it okayish, but I cannot say I enjoyed using it. Has anyone had any experience with Fitnesse? Or are there any other free tools out there that you have used and found satisfactory?


It's worth pointing out that QualityCenter/TestDirector are the very opposite of free. In fact, all the places I've worked that have used it have severely limited access to it on grounds of cost per seat, which IMHO has made it a much less useful tool.

2019年03月23日37分10秒

Klaros is pretty sweet for a free software!!

2019年03月24日37分10秒

TestLodge isn't free, but has very competitive pricing. Also the support/dev team is very responsive. It had the best usability and UI of all alternatives I evaluated. I found it to be the best solution for our Test Management needs at our startup.

2019年03月24日37分10秒

Definitely agree with the not that great part :)

2019年03月23日37分10秒

:) Our testdepartment is ok with it, in so much that it doesnt keep them from doing their work and the reports and defectmanagement gives usefull "stuff"

2019年03月24日37分10秒

I actually started filtering out job ads that mentioned QC last time I was looking for a role.

2019年03月23日37分10秒

I think you mean trac-hacks.org/wiki/TestCaseManagementPlugin

2019年03月23日37分10秒