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RTj: a Java framework for detecting and refactoring rotten green test cases

Abstract : Rotten green tests are passing tests which have, at least, one assertion not executed. They give developers a false confidence. In this paper, we present, RTj, a framework that analyzes test cases from Java projects with the goal of detecting and refactoring rotten test cases. RTj automatically discovered 427 rotten tests from 26 open-source Java projects hosted on GitHub. Using RTj, developers have an automated recommendation of the tests that need to be modified for improving the quality of the applications under test
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Matias Martinez, Anne Etien, Stéphane Ducasse, Christopher Fuhrman. RTj: a Java framework for detecting and refactoring rotten green test cases. ICSE '20: 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering, Companion Volume, Jun 2020, Seoul, South Korea. pp.69-72. ⟨hal-03379988⟩

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