bhards at bigpond.net.au
Mon Nov 18 22:59:20 EST 2002
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On Mon, 18 Nov 2002 22:03, Michael Still wrote:
> On 18 Nov 2002, Ben Elliston wrote:
> > >>>>> "Brad" == Brad Hards
> > >>>>> <bhards=bzGI/hKkdgQnC9Muvcwxkw at public.gmane.org> writes:
> > Brad> Anyone got experience with anything that can speed up the test
> > Brad> development?
> > How about DejaGnu or PyUnit?
> How about cppunit? I assume there is also a cunit as well (although that
> might just be a rude word).
Just C, please. OO takes a certain mind-set, and it isn't the same mind-set as
writing networking daemons.
http://people.codefactory.se/~spotty/cUnit is one C version. I got there via
cppunit's wiki. glib is a bit of an imposition.
Some more wiki'ing off cppunit showed a few more entries:
http://check.sourceforge.net/ - this is the best documented I've come across,
and will probably use.
http://www.xpsd.com/CUT - looks interesting, lots of XP rhetoric, not many
http://cutest.sourceforge.net/ - "cuteness" isn't what I'm looking for in a
test framework. My code is BSD licensed, so that might be a problem too.
I'm still looking for advice from anyone that has used any of these, or other
unit testing approaches.
http://linux.conf.au. 22-25Jan2003. Perth, Aust. I'm registered. Are you?
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