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AUnit, a unit testing framework for Ada

AUnit is a set of Ada packages based on the xUnit family of unit test frameworks. It's intended as a developer's tool to facilitate confident writing and evolution of Ada software. It is purposely lightweight, as one of its main goals is to make it easy to develop and run unit tests, rather than to generate artifacts for process management. The framework supports easy composition of sets of unit tests to provide flexibility in determining what tests to run for a given purpose.

The GNAT Programming system (package gnat-gps) has special support for AUnit.

This package contains the development files for AUnit.

Package version:1.03-2


aunit for Debian

To use AUnit in your programs you can either:

pass the following options to gnatmake when building your test harness:

-aI/usr/share/ada/adainclude/aunit -aO/usr/lib/ada/adalib/aunit -largs -launit


"with" the GNAT project file supplied,
/usr/share/ada/adainclude/aunit.gpr, into your own project file.  GCC
4.1 looks for project files in /usr/share/ada/adainc


libaunit (1.03-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * debian/control (Maintainer): use my Debian email address.

 -- Ludovic Brenta <>  Mon, 18 Sep 2006 23:09:04 +0200
libaunit (1.03-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
  * Compile with GCC 4.1; new ABI.
  * debian/control (Maintainer): new email address, I'm now a full DD.
    (Upoloaders): remove.


This package was debianized by Ludovic Brenta <> on
Tue, 24 Feb 2004 02:33:37 +0100.

It was downloaded from

Upstream Author: Ed Falis <>.

Copyright: Copyright (c) 2000, 2001 Ada Core Technologies, Inc.

AUnit is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
terms of the GNU General Public License as publis

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