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    Hi All,

    I need to test C/C++ SDK. Can anyone recommend any unit testing tools that I should use?

    Thank you!

    #2280
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    indu19
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    Hi,

    I give some SDK testing tools . I think it will be useful to you.

    [b:1gtlcfrt]Palm Unit [/b:1gtlcfrt]
    Environment : Linux
    Category : Generic,Test Automation
    Subject : PALMOS, C++ , Unix , Unit testing
    Description : CppUnit for PalmOS. (Unit Testing Modules of Extreme Programming.) C++ based software of Palm seems to be different in many points with other environments such as UNIX. So, I could not compile CppUnit as it is. But it seems to be working correctly just changing around STL and exception. Yet, exception such as divided by 0 is not able to be cought by the exception macro of Palm, so this tool may be close but no cigar for the test tool. Incidentally, the development environment of this framework is gcc offerd by Palm Ic., SDK is 3.5.

    [b:1gtlcfrt]JavaScript SDK [/b:1gtlcfrt]
    Environment : Java
    Category : Test Automation,Generic
    Subject : JavaScript SDK , OS Independent , Javascript.
    Description : Browser independent JavaScript SDK. ClassLoader to lazy load JavaScript classes, extensions to core JavaScript, Reflection API, Collection API, Unit Testing API, AJAX API, Logging API, and Custom/DOM Event API

    You can download these tools from [url=http://www.macrotesting.com:1gtlcfrt]here[/url:1gtlcfrt]……..

    All the best..

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    The C/C++ SDK is a set of program modules to be included within another program to provide specific additional functionality. The SDK is usually either provided as C/C++ source, statically linked libraries (.LIBs), or dynamically linked libraries (.DLLs).

    Either directly or by exposing them to a GUI interface such that they can be manually tested. I usually limit the harness to thoroughly testing the aspects of the SDK I want to use, rather than the whole SDK, as modern SDKs tend to be large and the amount of functionality required by any one application comparitively small.good article, i really like it. I am doing a bit on research about SDK Testing and i found [url=http://www.macrotesting.com:10om4bup]here[/url:10om4bup] to be very good source. Thanks for you article…..

    Regards..

    Meganathan…

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