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digitalmars.D - xTests 0.8.6 released

reply Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> writes:
xTests is a testing library for C and C++. Specifically, it is a small,
lightweight, portable, simple unit- and component-test
framework suitable for exercising C and C++ libraries. Its primary design
features are:

- Portability. It relies on no platform-specific or compiler-specific
constructs. The only library it relies on is the 100%
header-only, open-source STLSoft library. It works with a large number of C/C++
compilers. Importantly, it is sufficiently simple
and lightweight that it is bundled with several other open-source libraries,
and is an integral part of their automated unit- and
component-testing in their builds.
- Simplicity. It doesn't require pre-processing of your source code by
scripting languages. It doesn't use macros to create secret
classes that use Schwarz counters to register test cases. It relies on you to
simply code what you want, and nothing that you don't
want.

xTests is completely free and includes source released under a BSD-style
license.

Release 0.8.6 incorporates:
 * added more integer specialisations of xtests_failure_reporter<>

Download from:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=211081&package_id=253611

Discuss at: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=758473

xTests website: http://xtests.org/

Note: this release of xTests requires STLSoft 1.9.58, or later, available from
http://stlsoft.org/
Oct 18 2008
parent reply "Denis Koroskin" <2korden gmail.com> writes:
Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> писал(а) в своём письме
Sun, 19 Oct  
2008 03:03:36 +0400:

 xTests is a testing library for C and C++. Specifically, it is a small,  
 lightweight, portable, simple unit- and component-test
 framework suitable for exercising C and C++ libraries. Its primary  
 design features are:

 - Portability. It relies on no platform-specific or compiler-specific  
 constructs. The only library it relies on is the 100%
 header-only, open-source STLSoft library. It works with a large number  
 of C/C++ compilers. Importantly, it is sufficiently simple
 and lightweight that it is bundled with several other open-source  
 libraries, and is an integral part of their automated unit- and
 component-testing in their builds.
 - Simplicity. It doesn't require pre-processing of your source code by  
 scripting languages. It doesn't use macros to create secret
 classes that use Schwarz counters to register test cases. It relies on  
 you to simply code what you want, and nothing that you don't
 want.

 xTests is completely free and includes source released under a BSD-style  
 license.

 Release 0.8.6 incorporates:
  * added more integer specialisations of xtests_failure_reporter<>

 Download from:
 http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=211081&package_id=253611

 Discuss at: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=758473

 xTests website: http://xtests.org/

 Note: this release of xTests requires STLSoft 1.9.58, or later,  
 available from http://stlsoft.org/

Is this in any way related to D?
Oct 18 2008
next sibling parent reply Andrei Alexandrescu <SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> writes:
Denis Koroskin wrote:
 Matt Wilson <matthewwilson acm.org> писал(а) в своём письме
Sun, 19 Oct 
 2008 03:03:36 +0400:
 
 xTests is a testing library for C and C++. Specifically, it is a 
 small, lightweight, portable, simple unit- and component-test
 framework suitable for exercising C and C++ libraries. Its primary 
 design features are:

 - Portability. It relies on no platform-specific or compiler-specific 
 constructs. The only library it relies on is the 100%
 header-only, open-source STLSoft library. It works with a large number 
 of C/C++ compilers. Importantly, it is sufficiently simple
 and lightweight that it is bundled with several other open-source 
 libraries, and is an integral part of their automated unit- and
 component-testing in their builds.
 - Simplicity. It doesn't require pre-processing of your source code by 
 scripting languages. It doesn't use macros to create secret
 classes that use Schwarz counters to register test cases. It relies on 
 you to simply code what you want, and nothing that you don't
 want.

 xTests is completely free and includes source released under a 
 BSD-style license.

 Release 0.8.6 incorporates:
  * added more integer specialisations of xtests_failure_reporter<>

 Download from:
 http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=211081&package_id=253611 


 Discuss at: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=758473

 xTests website: http://xtests.org/

 Note: this release of xTests requires STLSoft 1.9.58, or later, 
 available from http://stlsoft.org/

Is this in any way related to D?

Not more than my OT challenges. I have some more of those, if anyone is interested :o). Andrei
Oct 18 2008
parent reply Lionello Lunesu <lio lunesu.remove.com> writes:
 Not more than my OT challenges. I have some more of those, if anyone is 
 interested :o).
 
 Andrei

I like them! Eventhough they get solved before I get around to spend time thinking about them. But I find both the challenges and the solutions very interesting. Keep it up :) L.
Oct 18 2008
parent superdan <super dan.org> writes:
Lionello Lunesu Wrote:

 
 Not more than my OT challenges. I have some more of those, if anyone is 
 interested :o).
 
 Andrei

I like them! Eventhough they get solved before I get around to spend time thinking about them. But I find both the challenges and the solutions very interesting. Keep it up :) L.

yeah bring'em on. never have time to write my answer. but thinking of them problems and readin' through answers is good food fer thot. gregor if u repeat your stupid joke again i'll beat u with the heel of my shoe.
Oct 18 2008
prev sibling parent "Jarrett Billingsley" <jarrett.billingsley gmail.com> writes:
On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 12:58 AM, superdan <super dan.org> wrote:
 yeah bring'em on. never have time to write my answer. but thinking of them
problems and readin' through answers is good food fer thot. gregor if u repeat
your stupid joke again i'll beat u with the heel of my shoe.

Yay, it's the internet, where nothing anyone says matters.
Oct 18 2008