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09/30/2014 New version 1.11.0 published.

Squash TM is an open source tool for test repository management: requirements management, test cases, campaign and more... Squash TM is full web and natively inter- and multi- projects. 

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Stable version : version 1.11.0 (content) 
Pipeline version : version 1.12.0 (roadmap)
Due in late first quarter 2015
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06/30/2014 New version 1.8.0

Squash TA is an open source tool that aims to rationalize and optimize automated tests. Using Selenium for web applications, it can also manage automated tests for batches and web services.

More about Squash TA...

Current version : version 1.8.0 (content) 
Pipeline version :

version 1.9.0 (roadmap)

Projected for late 2014

Squash TA Download   Download Squash TA new
[updated on 06/30/2014]
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Squash in a few words

Squash is an open source project aiming to structure and industrialize functional testing activities.

As part of this project, several partners contribute to :

  • develop mature and innovative open source tools,
  • offer an open source methodology documenting every functional qualification process.
  • define standards and models allowing a better functional testing activity measure.

These deliverables cover all functional qualification processes :

  • manual testing (test repository management),
  • functional test automation,
  • management of test datasets,
  • control and administration of qualification organizations (such as Software Quality and Third Party Application Service Desk).

The project started on March 1st 2011 for an initial period of two years.

Where to start :