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ANN: Unit testing framework cfix 1.5 released

jpassingjpassing Posts: 3Member
Hi,

a new version of cfix, which is an open source unit testing framework
for user and kernel mode C and C++, is now available for download. Among
several minor improvements and fixes, cfix 1.5 adds two important new
features: The ability to implement unit tests as part of (existing) EXE
projects and support for multithreaded kernel mode unit tests.

For more details on these features, please refer to this blog post:
http://jpassing.com/?p=492

Updated cfix binaries and source code are available here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/cfix/files/cfix/

Tutorials can be found here:
http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVsCc.html (Usermode C++)
http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVs.html (Usermode C)
http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialKernelWdk.html (Kernel C)

Last but not least, in case you are a Visual Studio user, do not miss
out on giving Visual Assert Beta 2 a try -- it is an AddIn for Visual
Studio that seamlessly integrates cfix with the Visual C++ IDE:
http://www.visualassert.com/

As always, all kind of feedback is welcome!

--Johannes
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