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ANN: Unit testing framework cfix 1.4 released
a new version of cfix, the open source unit testing framework for
user and kernel mode C and C++, has been released. cfix 1.4, in addition to the existing feature of allowing test runs to be restricted to specific fixtures, now also allows single testcases to be run in isolation, which can be a great aid in debugging. Besides other minor fixes, the cfix API has been slightly enhanced and cfix now degrades more gracefully in case of dbghelp-issues.
Updated cfix binaries and source code are available on: http://www.cfix-testing.org/
As a major step forward, *cfix studio* has now entered public beta. cfix studio, built on top of cfix 1.4, is an *AddIn for Visual Studio
2005/2008* that adds C/C++ unit testing capabilities to the IDE --
including debugger integration, appropriate tool windows and built-in
support for dealing with multiple architectures (32/64 bit).
Check out the free beta release on http://www.cfix-studio.com/unit-testing-framework/download.html
Tutorials are available here: http://www.cfix-studio.com/visual-studio-addin/doc/TutorialUserVsCc.html http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVsCc.html
(User C++) http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVs.html
(User C) http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialKernelWdk.html
As always, all kind of feedback is welcome!