This page compiles papers related to unit test automation. Specifically, it discusses a unit testing tool for C programs that incorporates a classification-tree editor for designing functional test cases. Additionally, the tool provides components for test data selection and expected values prediction. The entire process, including test executionmonitoringtest evaluationregression testing, and test documentation, is fully automated. As a result, test drivers are generated, and the program code is automatically instrumented. This tool, named TESSY, has been successfully utilized in software development projects worldwide and has inspired the development of many other unit testing tools.

Pitschinetz, R.; Grochtmann, M.; Wegener, J.: Integrated Test Management within the Tool Environment TESSY. Proceedings of the 11th International Software Quality Week (QW ’98), San Francisco, USA, May 1998.QW_98
Pitschinetz, R.; Wegener, J.: TESSY – Management of Software Tests. Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Experience with the Management of Software Projects, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 1995.EXP_1995
Wegener, J.; Pitschinetz, R.: TESSY – An Overall Unit Testing Tool. Proceedings of the 8th International Software Quality Week (QW ’95), San Francisco, USA, May 1995.QW_95
 Wegener, J.; Pitschinetz, R.; Grimm, K.; Grochtmann, M.: TESSY – Yet Another Computer-Aided Software Testing Tool? Proceedings of the 2nd European International Conference on Software Testing Analysis & Review (EuroSTAR 1994), Bruxelles, Belgium, October 1994.EUROSTAR_1994