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CxxTest 4.2 Release

We are pleased to announce the updated release of CxxTest 4.2. CxxTest is a unit testing framework for C++ that is similar in spirit to JUnit, CppUnit, and xUnit. CxxTest is easy to use because it does not require precompiling a CxxTest testing library, it employs no advanced features of C++ (e.g. RTTI) and it supports a very flexible form of test discovery.

This release resolves the following issues:... read more

Posted by Bill Hart 2013-03-17

CxxTest 4.1 Release

We are pleased to announce the updated release of CxxTest 4.1. CxxTest is a unit testing framework for C++ that is similar in spirit to JUnit, CppUnit, and xUnit. CxxTest is easy to use because it does not require precompiling a CxxTest testing library, it employs no advanced features of C++ (e.g. RTTI) and it supports a very flexible form of test discovery.

This release resolves the following issues:... read more

Posted by Bill Hart 2012-12-01

Accessing the GitHub Source Tree

The CxxTest source tree can be accessed from GitHub in two different ways:

  1. Using git:

    git clone https://github.com/CxxTest/cxxtest.git

  2. Using subversion:

    svn checkout https://github.com/CxxTest/cxxtest

Note that the 'trunk' branch accessed from subversion is the 'master' branch managed by git.

--Bill

Posted by Bill Hart 2012-11-12

New CxxTest Blog

Due to changes at SourceForge, we now have a new Blog for CxxTest.

Here are some recent updates:

  • The subversion repository at SF is now deprecated. The GitHub repository is now where active code development is happening.
  • All active tickets are also being managed at GitHub. The tickets at Tigris and SourceForge have been cleared out and migrated to GitHub.
  • GitHub will contain tagged releases, which will be mirrored at SourceForge for the convenience of users.... read more
Posted by Bill Hart 2012-11-12

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