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QC_DEMO_Install.hqx (880.53 KB)
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For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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QC_Quickstart.pdf
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QC_Release_Notes.pdf
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QC_Release_Notes.zip
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Guides on emulating older applications

From the product page:

QC is a control panel/extension that adds the ability to stress test applications for runtime, memory related errors. QC can be used during development, during testing by inhouse and beta testers, and after the product ships (although a little late if errors are detected) by end users to evaluate the stability of a software package.

Product FAQ with a lot of useful information about the product, including comparisons with Spotlight (Onyx Technology), their other product: http://www.onyxtech.com/faq/current_QC_faq.html

The download here is the demo version (should be the final release, v1.5, but it hasn't been personally checked yet), which has some time limit, but full functionality. It can be activated with a serial number, which we currently do not have. If anyone has it, please share it. The two IP holders of the company, Onyx Technology, have already kindly given their OK to the Garden.

See also: Spotlight (Onyx Technology)

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

SSW 7.0 ~ Mac OS 9.2.2

The product FAQ reports an extension conflict between QC 1.5 and QuicKeys 5.0 under Mac OS 9, but that is solvable by changing the order the extensions are loaded (i.e. by renaming "QC" to "zQC" or using Conflict Catcher and the like).