Feedback sought on tool to help users avoid bugs

Discussion in 'Java' started by Amir Michail, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. Amir  Michail

    Amir Michail Guest

    Hi,

    We have been working on the Stabilizer, a tool to help users avoid bugs
    in GUI applications.

    We would like to see how well it works on as many Java GUI applications
    as possible, and so, we are asking for your feedback on the tool.

    To give us feedback, all you have to do is this:

    (1) pick a Java GUI application
    (2) pick a feature in that application (it is ok for the feature not to
    be buggy for the purposes of this test)
    (3) try to get the Stabilizer to report bug warnings on that feature
    but not on other features

    The feature of interest may or may not involve context. For example,
    selecting text in a word processor would not involve much context
    unless say we are only interested in selections of text that include
    math formulas.

    We are interested in the Stabilizer's ability to focus on both features
    with and without context.

    We would really appreciate your feedback.

    The url is:

    http://stabilizer.sf.net

    If you have any problems running the latest version, please contact us.
    Amir
     
    Amir Michail, Aug 9, 2004
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