Symbian OS C++ Unit Testing Framework / News: Recent posts

New release 1.04

The latest version of Symbian OS Unit now enables you to build and test
Symbian applications for both Series 60 and UIQ simultaneously. It continues to
provide a complete environment for fully automated building and testing of your
Symbian projects by using the open source tool, CruiseControl.

Posted by Penrillian 2008-05-14

New release v1.03 with Ant and CruiseControl support

See our description page for more details.

Posted by Penrillian 2007-11-05

New release with Symbian 9.1 Support!

See our description page on for more details.

Posted by Charles Weir 2006-11-07

Support requests

If you have a support request, please use either post to the mailing list or use the support request forum, rather than emailing us direct. Not only does it mean we don't get flooded ;), you can see issues others have had and how they were solved.

For any other queries, or if you get no response, then do feel free to email us.

Posted by Penrillian 2004-06-03

New site design

Brand new home design ahead of a significant relaunch. Stay tuned by using the RSS feed, or sign up to the updates mailing list!

Posted by Penrillian 2004-06-02

New mailing lists

There are now three mailing lists. Sign up to stay informed of updates, get help, or receive general information as and when it occurs.

Posted by Penrillian 2004-04-26

SymbianOSUnit wakes up

After a sleeping period of eight months or so, SymbianOSUnit is becoming active once more.

More to come in the following weeks.

Posted by Penrillian 2004-04-01

New Release

Today, 17 July 2003, we posted a new release of Symbian OS Unit.

Ths new release features a stand-alone SymbianOSUnit gui application for Series 60, complete with green bar.

The console version of SymbianOSUnit will remain in the CVS tree, but is no longer supported.

Watch out for new releases soon. There is a UIQ version in the pipeline.

Posted by Penrillian 2003-07-17

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