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Litmus (Mozilla)

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Developer(s)Chris Cooper
Stable release
    Operating systemCross-platform
    TypeTest case management/QA

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    Litmus is a web-based, open source, test case management/QA tool, previously maintained by the Mozilla Corporation/Mozilla Foundation.

    Mozilla used the tool to test its own products.[1] As of 2012, it has been replaced with MozTrap.[1]


    Litmus depends on Apache web server and MySQL database software. It also requires the following Perl modules:[2]

    • Class::DBI
    • Class::DBI::mysql
    • Template
    • Time::Piece
    • Time::Piece::mysql
    • Time::Seconds
    • Date::Manip
    • HTML::StripScripts
    • HTML::StripScripts::Parser
    • Text::Markdown
    • XML::XPath

    The use of the Apache module mod_perl is highly recommended as it highly improves the performance of the software, but not required.


    1. 1.0 1.1 Chris Cooper (2015-04-27). "Litmus - MozillaWiki". Retrieved 2016-06-13. Litmus is no longer being maintained. It was replaced by MozTrap
    2. Chris Cooper (2012-10-04). "Litmus Installation Instructions". Retrieved 2016-06-13.

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