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From: Hubert Holin (Hubert.Holin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-25 09:43:41

Somewhere in the E.U., le 25/02/2005

   Bonjour Gennadiy

In article <cvlaol$u6o$1_at_[hidden]>,
 "Gennadiy Rozental" <gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden]> wrote:

> Hi, Hubert
> For some reason I couldn't locate message to respond, but here is reply to
> your last post:
> > Well, actually, I am held up at the moment by what seems to be
> > internal Boost.Test problems.
> > I checked in a few days ago some modifications to the special
> > functions tests, which take into account the modifications to the
> > BOOST_CHECK_PREDICATE macro, but compilations still fails (Xcode 1.5):
> 1. You are using unit_test_ex.hpp. I forgot to remove this header. We don't
> need it anymore. Boost .Test now works with boost::function out of the box
> without any extra support. Just use unit_test.hpp


> 2. I noticed that your test could benefit from BOOST_TEST_TEMPLATE facility.
> I spend some time and look on attached version that do the trick. Fell free
> to use it if you want.

      I will definitely use it, it is a very nice addition to the tools.
It would also help if you added the construct you wrote


template<typename T>
struct string_type_name;

#define DEFINE_TYPE_NAME(Type) \
template<> struct string_type_name<Type> \
{ \
   static char const * _() \
   { \
      return #Type; \
   } \


to a common header, as I believe I am not the only one who would benefit
from it!

      BTW, what now replaces unit_test_log ?

> 3. Usually It's not good idea to do ant thing from within init_test_suite
> function. This code is not guarded and should only be used for test tree
> creation.
> Gennadiy



         Hubert Holin

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