What's new in TestWeaver 3.5

December 2017

New: Requirement Modelling Language (RML)

RML is the main new feature of this release. It comes in the aid of development and test engineers by providing an easy to use, yet unambiguous, requirement specification language that can be translated automatically into executable code (C/C++).

More about RML: please check the User Guide and the shipped demos.

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

Improved support for parameter studies

Control parameter exploration, for instance by limiting the generation to k-wise combinations and other user-defined constraints.

Improved visualisation for multiple dimensions. Have a look at our new demo project_parameter_study.





Above: heatmaps generated in a simulation experiment conducted with IPG CarMaker in an ADAS context.

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

Live update of reports during an experiment

Use the new button form the tool bar to enable reports' auto-updating.





Create a screencast video from your live report updates! We can give you a hand!

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

User assessments - add HTML links

Add links to instruments, reports and images in the user assessments or in the experiment description.



Right-click in the editable area opens a context menu for adding links.

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

Watcher and script templates

Templates for new Python, RML and CSV files available from the file browser.



Click on the file link to edit the file with the embedded editor.

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

Signal names available in Python and in RML editors

Signal definitions are automatically imported from Silver setups and are provided in the autocompletion lists.

For autocompletion in the embedded editors you can use:

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017

Plotter - more functions

TestWeaver 3.5.0 - December 2017