elegant C++ unit test framework
TUT is a unit test framework for C++, written in pure C++. It makes use of
C++ templates to reduce the responsibilities of the user and provide an
intuitive and easy-to-use interface. Unlike other test unit frameworks for
C++, TUT doesn't use macros, since their usage conceals actual implementation
and (what's worse) can interfere with client application.
TUT completely fits into a single header file. No library compilation is
required, thus a lot of portability problems are avoided and integration with
client code is very simple.
libtut for Debian GNU/Linux
Do not wonder about the absence of a 'libtut0' package; there is none. The TUT
framework is a header-only library.
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libtut README for gcc 3.4 (and beyond)
gcc 3.4 has tighter checks on many aspects of C++. Thus, if you compile your
tests with g++-3.4, you may run into some problems. In particular:
- You cannot put your tests into a unnamed namespace anymore. g++ will
error: specialization of
`template<class Data> template<int n> void tut:
Documentation TUT How-To minimum steps to make TUT work for you
What is TUT
TUT is a pure C++ unit test framework. Its name - TUT - stands for
Template Unit Tests.
TUT provides all features required for unit testing:
* Similar tests can be grouped together into test groups. Each
test group has its unique name and is located in a separate
compilation unit. One group
This catalog contains example implementation of restartable
unit tests. The tests get SIGSEGV whic
libtut documentation README
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* New upstream release.
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