What's New

New features available in Supernova

Supernova latest update intrduces several interesting features:

  • Integration with Tunetron Hi-Performance Test Tuning
  • Control on inconsistent test execution: check on debug actions to prevent manual UUT pass/fail logging
  • Operator message area can be disabled on mouse over
  • New relocate feature to attach/detach a project to a software revision management repository
  • Multiple Project Deletion from Supernova software revision management
  • Software Revision Management features: added GitLab and Bitbucket support, enabled Branching and updated SVN library 

Tunetron Statistical Tool
  • Tune and validate the Measurement System
  • Monitor the manufacturing process quality, yield an UPH
  • Analyze the test execution time 

Visit our Tunetron page for further information

Control on Inconsistent Test Execution

When a test is executed in debug mode, the actual result (even if PASS or FAIL) may be inconsistent due to possible steps manually skipped or changes in the execution flow.

Supernova now performs a check on any debug action in order to highlight the condition and prevents normal UUT pass/fail data logging setting the status to specific error codes. 

New Relocate

The new relocate feature, makes it easier to attach an existing project to a remote/local software revision management repository. 

Operator Messages Areas

The operator area can now be disable in options, avoiding the flyout behavior when mouse overing, which under certain circumstances can result annoying. 

Multiple Projects Deletion 

It is possible to delete multiple projects directly from within Supernova. 

Gitlab and Bitbucket support

Both Gitlab and Bitbucket are now supported as remote repositories for GIT. 


It is possible creating branches either from the main development flow ("trunk" in Subversions, "master" in Git) or from another branch. From a branched flow, it is possible to perform the same tasks as for a trunk/master main flow (Commit, Get Revision, etc.). 

The merge task between branches is currently not supported natively in Supernova (the user needs to merge using an external tool such as TortoiseSVN or TortoiseGit)

SVN Library Update

SVN library included in Supernova has been updated to the latest version 1.14.

SVN is undergoing maintenance, so staying on recent libraries means improving stability.

If Supernova is upgraded, the old SVN repositories will be automatically upgraded by Supernova to this latest version: this means that these repositories cannot be reopened from the old version of Supernova.

As an external tool, we suggest TortoiseSVN in the latest version (the old one cannot work). 

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