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    @ml8: I tend to agree that cppunit seems to be rather outdated (and doesn't appear to be maintained, either), so, please, what (VisualStudio-friendly) alternative(s) do you recommend, i.e., find more "current"? Thanks!

    Posted 04/02/2014
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    Not really up to date with features needed for modern C++ development.

    Posted 01/16/2014
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    Posted 03/04/2012
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    It is best to test your project yourself. This tool is difficult to use, you have to struggle among lots of error messages before you get adapted to use it. Using this tool it is not necessary. I recommend you to write yourself a simple test routine for your code. I'm using CppUnit at work. My senior coworker is urging me to use it. I really started to hate this library. There is a "undefined symbol" error, and I don't know how to overcome it...

    Posted 12/29/2009

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