Open-source quality checker

Beta of non-proprietary tool released

The Software Quality Observatory for Open Source Software (SQO-OSS) project has released an alpha version of Alitheia Core, an open-source software quality-checking tool.

The SQO-OSS project, which has received support from the European Commission, is being developed by a group of academic institutions, companies and open-source projects around Europe.

"By analysing public data sources relating to open source projects (email, bug tracking data, code, version control metadata) the system utilises metric-based assessment techniques to assess quality characteristics," according to the project's website.

The initial release should be considered a "usable alpha". It is available under the BSD open-source licence.

The project also plans to plug into the Eclipse IDE (integrated development environment).

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