Java News from Thursday, October 26, 2006

TechnoBuff has released JRequire 2.0, a $650 payware requirement coverage tool based on JUnit. Once reuirements are written in Eclipse and manually mapped to unit tests, JRequire will tell you which tests match which requirements. I don't know. Sounds like a lot of effort for relatively benefit for me. This feels like it belongs in the heavyweight world of UML, big-name processes, and pointy-haired bosses, rather than the agile world I prefer.