Announcing C/C++ unit testing framework for Windows

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    Hi all,

    Just came up with a very simple unit testing framework for C/C++ in Windows.

    Each test runs as a separate process so non automatic variables (global, static, etc) are in a known state.

    Have fun!

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    This is very useful to test the C/C++ applications in windows and linux.

    [b:2m4154j6]BullseyeCoverage (Linux)[/b:2m4154j6]
    Environment : Linux
    Subject : unit testing, integration testing, code coverage analyzer
    Description : BullseyeCoverage is a code coverage analyzer for C++ and C that tells you how much of your source code was tested. Code coverage analysis is useful during unit testing, integration testing, and final release. BullseyeCoverage enables you to create more reliable code and save time. Merge results from distributed testing

    [b:2m4154j6] C,C++,Python unit/integ test generator 0.11 [/b:2m4154j6]
    Environment : Windows Applications
    Subject : C, C++, Python unit/integ test generator, 32-bit MS Windows (95/98/NT/2000/XP), All POSIX (Linux/BSD/UNIX-like OSes), Linux
    Description : Python based framework for generating and running unit and integration tests. The framework supports unit testing of C, C++, and Python and integration testing of Python. See forums for detailed intial project focus.

    You can download it from [url=]here[/url:2m4154j6]

    All the best…

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    [quote="nidujay"]Hi all,

    I like that, we dive deep into a detailed comparison of existing C++ unit-testing frameworks. Hang on tight. It’s going to be a long and bumpy ride with a plot twist at the end.Good article, i really like it. I am doing a bit on research about C/C++ unit testing framework for Windows and i found also macrotesting to be very good source. Thanks for you article…..

    Thanks & Regards…


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