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RudeMocks - A C++ Mocking Framework -------------------------------------------------------------------- Version 1.0 (C) Copyright 2007-2012 Martin Ecker For more information and documentation on this project please see http://rudemocks.sourceforge.net RudeMocks is a mocking framework for C++ that allows you to easily create mock objects and set up expectations on them using a record & replay model by simply calling functions on the mock objects. RudeMocks is inspired by C# mocking frameworks, such as Rhino Mocks and TypeMock. The goal of RudeMocks is to nearly eliminate the need to write mocks by hand when writing unit tests in C++. It is a useful library for test-driven development in C++ and makes writing unit tests almost as easy as in Java or C#. Some of the most important features of RudeMocks are: * Easily create mocks for o Classes with single inheritance o Classes with multiple inheritance o Free functions and static member functions * Flexible, per-argument expectations o Natural syntax to set up expectations (just call the functions on the mocked object as usual) o Use operator == to check for equality or fall back to memcmp o Ignore specific arguments or all arguments o Custom constraints on any argument o STL container constraints * Classes need not be default constructible (although a default value for classes used as return value types needs to be provided) * Fully unit tested The name RudeMocks comes from the fact that the implementation uses inline assembly, which in some C++ circles is considered a bit rude. The use of a little bit of assembly makes the implementation dependent on the compiler and the CPU architecture. The current implementation supports x86 CPUs and the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler from version 8.0 (Visual Studio 2005) onward. MingW gcc 4.2.1 (and higher) are also supported. Porting the library to Linux should be easy (probably just recompile), however the author hasn't tested this. Contributions in this area are more than welcome. A port to the x64 CPU architecture is underway. RudeMocks only depends on and uses the C++ standard library and Boost. It is released under the zlib/libpng license and can be used freely in non-commercial and commercial products.
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-02-24

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