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From: Jasper van de Gronde <th.gronde@hc...> - 2008-06-17 14:00:35
I uploaded a patch to the bug tracker that enables building of CxxTest
unit tests on Windows. Basically it adds a target linkcxxtests that
generates an executable that performs all the tests. The relevant bug is:
There are two main points I'd like some feedback on:
1. Is the way I let buildtool generate the required .cpp files using
cxxtestgen (see the compile target) acceptable?
2. Does anyone have a (big) problem with compiling (not linking) the
(unit) tests as part of the normal build process?
I added the cxxtest files to the normal compile target because it was
easier that way (I had some problem with the dependencies if I did it
differently) and because it will break the build if anyone breaks a test
(which people really shouldn't do). Note that I'm only talking of
compile-time problems here. As it is now the tests are not linked during
in the normal link target, and they are definitely not executed.
Jasper van de Gronde