Check: a unit test framework for C

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  • check is simply great.

  • I've used check for many years, and it was easy to compile and use from the very first version I tried, with my first tests up an running in minutes. It is now supported in most distro repositories, and is pretty much the defacto standard for unit testing C programs. Each test runs in a separate process (this can be turned off).

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  • I could set it up easily, it was actually even in the apt-repository. It's a good UT library and I am helped very much by it. I believe though that the manual needs some updating as some of the features are very strong but undocumented. I could get it into autoconf/automake without issues, which is nice.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • I could set it up easily, it was actually even in the apt-repository. It's a good UT library and I am helped very much by it.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Very fast to take in use. Something like 30 minutes from install to first tests up and running. This is exactly what one expects from a good UT framework - that it makes life easier, not more complicated. This one does.

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English

Intended Audience

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Programming Language

C

Registered

2001-05-29