Subject: [boost] [test] unit test command-line handling
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-09-11 22:21:35
this is a question concerning the Boost.Test framework.
I'd like to pass command-line arguments to my tests, and I'm unsure of
how to proceed. I have found
which shows how to access the command-line programmatically, but that's
declared obsolete, and it's also lacking some important info, such as
how I should handle the argv vector. Are there any examples that
demonstrate this use case ? Specifically:
* What (non-deprecated) API can I use to access command-line arguments
during test initialization ?
* How does my own handling of command-line arguments interact with
Boost.Test's own command-line argument handling ?
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