Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It has been made more C++ friendly for CppCutter, and has updated supported releases of distributions: Debian 8.0 (jessie), Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander), and Fedora 20. Some obsolete releases are dropped: Debian 6.0 (squeeze), Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid), Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty), Ubuntu 11.10, (Oneiric), and Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring).
Release Notes: This release has begun to support Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal). It supports a convenience test data API. If you use the test data API, you need to define a data function. A bug where an incorrect data function was searched when used with CppCutter has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release has begun to support Ubuntu Precise/Fedora 17. There are some UI related improvements and fixed bugs. This release provides the easy setup script to support Travis CI with Cutter on your projects.
Release Notes: This release has an improved test runnter user interface and C++ support. The console test runner shows a test failure message immediately, not at the test's end. It's useful for debugging. You don't need to wait until tests are finished to see test failure message. You can see that a test failure message on a test is failed and start to debug the test immediately. Some C++ assertions are added: cppcut_assert_not_equal(), cppcut_assert_null(), cppcut_assert_not_null(), and cppcut_assert_operator().
Release Notes: This release improves multi-thread test support.
Release Notes: This release has one bug fix and one new feature. The problem (introduced in version 1.1.6) that prevented Cutter from working on CentOS was fixed. Test result notification is now supported on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release includes some new features and new supported platforms. The new features are custom event loop support and test result notification with the "notify-send" command. The new supported platforms are Debian GNU/Linux squeeze, Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat, and Fedora 14.
Release Notes: This version includes minor improvement changes and dependency updates. It has some new assertions and new utility functions. It supports the latest libgoffice and lcov.
Release Notes: CentOS is now supported. Some assertions were added.
Release Notes: This release improves data driven test support. An additional six dynamic data types are supported: size_t, char, boolean, double, int64, and uint64.