StressItOut v0.1 is out!

June 25, 2012

StressItOut v0.1 has been released.
You can download it from Qt-apps.

This overdue release fixes compilation with Qt version 4.8 and later, adds Ukrainian and Russian translations by Drool, an ALT Linux contributor, and has some basic lm_lensors support, along with other minor enhancements.

StressItOut packages are available on Archlinux’s AUR service, and on Alt Linux repositories.

You can get the latest development source from Git, here:

Thanks to all the packagers, translators, testers and bug reporters out there! \o/

StressItOut with lm-sensors support

November 16, 2011

Well, only basic initialization of libsensors right now, but I wanted to check if this gets posted automatically to😉

StressItOut progress

January 8, 2011

Happy 2011!!
StressItOut has evolved quite a lot since the last blog entry. It has new tests, although they are almost dummies at the moment, the main menu works, there’s a new “log” tab which will hold detailed information during the test run, and some fixes here and there.

StressItOut running tests

This is the new “log” tab, shown along with the menu option to save the log to a file:

SIO log tab

And this is the not-so-new “configuration” tab, with a new (temporary) addition to enable the user to type the device names of the serial ports to be used by the serial port test. Tests that haven’t been created yet have been disabled.

SIO configuration tab

The code is hosted here on Gitorious.
Hopefully I’ll have something usable soon. For now I’ll stick to the versioning scheme that shows this software is not exactly finished😛

SIO is also on Qt-apps now.

Have fun!

StressItOut is out there!

December 30, 2010

A few days ago, I set up a place on Gitorious for StressItOut, and yesterday I made the first commits.

You can get it here:

But beware, it’s in a very early stage of development, from someone quite new to Qt development!

Also, since last time I blogged, StressItOut got a new, quite decent 2D OpenGL painting test, and is now able to save its own configuration.

The project now has its own page on this blog:

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