ReAssert: a tool for repairing broken unit tests

@article{Daniel2011ReAssertAT,
  title={ReAssert: a tool for repairing broken unit tests},
  author={Brett Daniel and Danny Dig and Tihomir Gvero and Vilas Jagannath and Johnston Jiaa and Damion Mitchell and Jurand Nogiec and Shin Hwei Tan and Darko Marinov},
  journal={2011 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)},
  year={2011},
  pages={1010-1012}
}
Successful software systems continuously change their requirements and thus code. When this happens, some existing tests get broken because they no longer reflect the intended behavior, and thus they need to be updated. Repairing broken tests can be time-consuming and difficult. We present ReAssert, a tool that can automatically suggest repairs for broken unit tests. Examples include replacing literal values in tests, changing assertion methods, or replacing one assertion with several. Our… CONTINUE READING

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