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Dave's Unit Test

Dave's Unit Test (DUT) is a simple infrastructure for doing unit testing in C and C++. It can test boolean assertions, and test for the existence of expected C++ exceptions or POSIX signals. It also traps unexpected exceptions or signals.

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  •  08 Mar 2008 12:33

    Release Notes: This version adds an optional, simple-minded locking mechanism based on POSIX semaphores.

    •  05 Mar 2008 18:09

      Release Notes: This release adds warning-only versions of all test macros, has several minor dut.make bugfixes, and introduces some macros for the new test language based on the type to be tested rather than user supplied cache variables.

      •  27 Feb 2008 18:22

        Release Notes: This release adds C++ exception support. It has improved documentation and some minor bugfixes.

        •  17 Feb 2008 00:52

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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