From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-12 05:45:05
Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> I've finally been able to produce alpha release of completely reworked
> BoostBook based documentation for Boost.Test library. It's still not
> ready for release and I expect significant changes in both L&F (once
> I apply latest IBD based style) and content (some articles still missing).
> But it's in a shape close to what I would like it to be.
> I would really appreciate any comments to both content (language
> including) and style. I realize it might not be small undertaking so
> if you have time for just part of it, please post comments as well.
> The release is available here:
Looks nice, I did notice:
which is surely not correct? Should it be #include
Also from a quick look through I had trouble finding the section I most use:
the test macro reference. I eventually found
kind of overview of the test macros available would be very helpful IMO (or
maybe I missed it?), as this is basically the "meat" of the library.
I'm not sure how that reference page would work as a PDF either?
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