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FORTRAN Unit Test Framework FRUIT - TDD in FORTRAN

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    easy to use. But I'm not sure if it is thread safe.

    Posted 11/16/2015
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    Have been using it for almost a year now (just the Fortran part without the Ruby) and it has everything I need. And it is super easy to use and helped me to find countless bugs. Awesome!

    Posted 10/29/2015
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    I have tested only a small part of functionality of FRUIT(without ruby etc) and this part is already a very polished and useful fortran testing module. You can write tests for your program with only few lines of additinal code (in fortran). And you are free to store testing part in your source code (and switch it on f.e. with some preprocessor instruction) or to build up a complete hierarchy of test code as a library/module or additional program.

    Posted 03/30/2015
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    Mike Jackson wrote a good review of FRUIT. It compared FRUIT and other FORTRAN unit testing framework. Please search: "A look at FORTRAN unit test frameworks". Andrew Chen

    Posted 09/14/2014

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