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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [test] Is standalone use possible?
From: Niall Douglas (s_sourceforge_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-10-02 01:09:51
On 02/10/2017 01:59, Adam Nielsen wrote:
>>> Is there any other way to access a slimmed-down standalone version of
>> It would be far easier to use CATCH and wrap it with Boost test macro
> Interesting. I don't think it will be practical for this codebase
> though, as I'd have to rewrite all the tests. I'm using Boost.Test's
> manual test registration (instead of the macros) because my tests all
> inherit from a base class which provides the tests, with the child
> classes loading different file format handlers and then running the
> base class tests against them. It doesn't look like Catch can handle
> this sort of thing without preprocessor hacks, so it'd probably end up
> being a huge rewrite.
It's pretty straightforward to refactor that design to not rely so
heavily on Boost.Test. But if you don't want to, Google Test offers
almost exactly the same facility. A port to that ought to be very
straightforward for the above design.
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