Subject: Re: [boost] [boost-test] question about using templates for tests
From: Damian Vicino (damian.vicino_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-07-19 15:38:23
I read it this example in the documentation
> You can create test templates like this:
> typedef mpl::vector< T1, T2, T3 > types;
> BOOST_AUTO_TEST_CASE_TEMPLATE(my_test, T, types)
> // Here T will be one of the 'types'
> In your case you can create an mpl::vector of specializations of your class C
> you want to test.
If I understood wheel the documentation that will run 3 different tests with T1, T2 and T3 as the T of the test.
Maybe my previous problem is easier to explain if I break it in 2 different questions:
1. How can I pass more than one T to the test, in my case I need 3 Ts in the test which each has different values.
A simpler scenario in this case would be trying to test this:
BOOST_CHECK(a+b == b+a);
And suppose I want to run the test with 4 combinations of parameters:
2. The other problem is that one of the Ts in my example is a "template<class, class> class and I cant find the way to make it even compile using that kind of type in the example from the documentation.
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