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From: Edwin Savarimuthu (zerobook_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-31 17:16:49

I think you might have problems with building boost unit test cases into a
DLL with the current release version. I tried to do exactly this and ended
up writing a small test frame work myself to load and unload test cases from
DLL's . It didn't take much to build one yourself and possibly you can use
all the boost convenience in your test DLL also.


On 5/26/06, Wu Yinghui, Freddie <yhwu_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I remember seeing similar topic some time earlier, but I failed to find
> the information I need. So if this question has been answer before,
> please kindly point me to the correct resource. TIA!
> Basically, I goal is to build a bunch of unit test cases into a few
> DLLs, and be able to run them by loading the DLLs into my test
> executable (either automatic or using LoadLibrary is fine with me).
> I'm using the auto registration facility now to create and register the
> test suites and cases. And I'm running on MSVC 7.1 on Windows XP SP2 now.
> Any pointer will be greatly appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Freddie
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