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From: Ed Johnson (ed_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-04 02:45:09

Johan Nilsson wrote:
> Ed Johnson wrote:
>> multiple files, is there a way to guarantee which Test Case or Suite
>> will execute last?
> In general you should never write your unit tests to depend on a specific
> order of execution, but as you're not really writing a test ...
>> In particular, I want the following test to always be executed last.
>> BOOST_AUTO_TEST_CASE(waitForUserToPressEnter)
>> {
>> std::cout << "Press <ENTER> to continue..." << std::endl;
>> std::cin.get();
>> }
> I haven't tried this, but what might work is using a global fixture (i.e.
> BOOST_GLOBAL_FIXTURE) and put the above stuff in its destructor.
> // Johan

Thanks, Johan. Unfortunately, Gennadiy let me know that
BOOST_GLOBAL_FIXTURE isn't supported in the version of Boost that I am
using: 1.33.1

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