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I went through alot of unit testing frameworks for C, with special concerns towards embedded systems during my bachelor thesis. I chose CMock (1.2.2) in conjunction with Unity, and CruiseControl.rb as the best testing framework being both handy and adaptable for the special needs embedded systems have. But frankly what made my decision was CMocks automations via ruby scripts and the unique mocking technique for the C programming language. Thank you for CMock and Unity! I am looking forward to some embedded projects with the upcoming 2.0! PS: I just can't describe the usefulness of mocking in C for unit testing - testing became so much more comfortable.
Should I be reviewing this as one of the primary authors? Probably not... but I have to say: I use this every day and it has made my life so much easier. I hate working in C without it, now.
CMock makes unit testing MUCH more tolerable and allows me to explore and tweak APIs to other modules before committing to them and implementing the external modules