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Logging, unittesting, and runtime diagnostics for C++ - library

Diagnostics is a unified framework for code annotation, logging, program monitoring, and unit-testing.

The annotations of diagnostics provide simple trace messages, tracing method entry and exit, checks (which potentially fail), asserts (which should never fail), invariance checking on method entry and exit, and a number of annotations for testing.

The annotations raise events which are can be observed and monitored. Using different loggers, the stream of logging events is used for logging or testing.

The package contains the libraries for running software linked against Diagnostics.

Package version:0.3.3-1.3


diagnostics (0.3.3-1.3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non maintainer upload.
  * Fix build failure with GCC 4.7. Closes: #667150.

 -- Matthias Klose <>  Thu, 03 May 2012 23:22:08 +0200

diagnostics (0.3.3-1.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Fix build failure with multiarch libltdl-dev. (Closes: #652201)
  * debian/control: Fix Vcs-Browser URL. (Closes: #638470)



2011-05-26  Michael Tautschnig  <>

	* traceback_handler.cpp: don't use GCC private header
	* posix.cpp: portable use of realpath
	* stacktrace.t.cpp: Disable one test on kfreebsd

2011-02-28  Michael Tautschnig  <>

	* platform.hpp: Proper #include for current ACE

2011-01-11  Michael Tautschnig  <>

	* blind_test_run_result.ts.cpp: Use string::size_type ins


This is the Debian GNU/Linux package diagnostics -- unified framework for code
annotation, logging, program monitoring, and unit-testing.

Copyright (C) 2009,2010 Christian Schallhart <>,
                   Michael Tautschnig <>
              2008 group, FORSYTE group
              2006-2007 group

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