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UTF stands for Unit Testing Framework

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New Drupal 7 features such as the field API, pluggable storage and cache, enabled us to use Mongo as a 'NoSQL' solution for high performance and scalability, while the new unit testing framework ensures a very stable core, even over several large core-merge efforts throughout the project.
At the heart of GNAT Pro is a full-featured, multi-language development environment complete with libraries, bindings, and a range of supplementary tools, including automatic documentation generator, code metric tool, code standard checker, and a unit testing framework.
GNAT Pro for VxWorks includes implementation of all versions of Ada: Ada 2005, Ada 95, Ada 83; mixed-language support, allowing composition of applications comprising Ada, C, and C++; full source for GNAT Pro, allowing users to see how the run-time libraries implement dynamic Ada features in the context of VxWorks, whether in kernel or user mode; Ada run-time features (memory management, tasking, I/O) that map directly and efficiently onto the underlying VxWorks routines; an extensive GNAT library; and an Ada unit testing framework (Aunit).
GNAT Pro for VxWorks 6 includes the following features: --Implementation of all versions of Ada: Ada 2005, Ada 95, Ada 83 --Support for VxWorks 6 Kernel Modules and Real-Time Processes --Mixed-language support, allowing composition of applications comprising Ada, C, and C++ --Full source-level debugger --Extensive GNAT library --Ada unit testing framework (AUnit) --Full source code for GNAT Pro --Dependable support from AdaCore About AdaCore Founded in 1994, AdaCore is the leading provider of commercial, open-source software solutions for Ada, a modern programming language designed for large, long-lived applications where reliability, efficiency and safety are absolutely critical.