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Posted about 2 years ago by Christian Hujer
AceUnit on Git AceUnit is migrated to Git. The Git repository is available under 5 different URLs: git@github.com:christianhujer/aceunit.git git@github.com:nelkinda/aceunit.git git@bitbucket.org:christian_hujer/aceunit.git ... [More] git@bitbucket.org:nelkinda/aceunit.git * git://git.code.sf.net/p/aceunit/aceunit.git Professional (Paid) Support Available For organizations which use AceUnit and need support, professional support is now available from Nelkinda Software Craft Pvt Ltd. For more information, visit http://nelkinda.com/products/aceunit/ Major API Change on Assertion macros (2015-08-06) Recently, AceUnit has undergone a major change in its API. Due to the increased popularity of Clean Code (writing short methods, writing test cases that have only one logical assertion) and BDD (as close as it gets in C: local labels describing test steps), it was more and more popular to simply use a pointless empty String as an assertion message. To deal with that evolution of test authoring, the old assertion API with messages has been renamed with M suffix, i.e. assertTrue became assertTrueM and a new API with the old names was introduced that does not take a message. (Overloading is not available in C, that's why.) Exception and Abort Handling (2015-10-08) The next release of AceUnit features a try-catch style exception handling in C which is integrated with AceUnit. It also features capturing SIGABRT to catch calls to abort() or assert(). More signal handlers are to follow. Build as library (2015-08-17) The next release of AceUnit features building as a library (i.e. libaceunit.a). This can significantly reduce the AceUnit-related build times in your projects. Removed dependency to Ant (2015-07-29) The generator can now be built with make. Building with ant is still available and supported. Building with make has been added as an option so you don't need to install ant just to build the generator yourself. Improved AceUnitMain (Invoker) (various) The AceUnitMain files with the main() function have been improved. On hosted environments, they now use the GNU C Library <argp.h> to parse command line arguments and support a few useful command line arguments. [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Christian Hujer
AceUnit on Git AceUnit is migrated to Git. The Git repository is available under 5 different URLs: git@github.com:christianhujer/aceunit.git git@github.com:nelkinda/aceunit.git git@bitbucket.org:christian_hujer/aceunit.git ... [More] git@bitbucket.org:nelkinda/aceunit.git * git://git.code.sf.net/p/aceunit/aceunit.git Professional (Paid) Support Available For organizations which use AceUnit and need support, professional support is now available from Nelkinda Software Craft Pvt Ltd. For more information, visit http://nelkinda.com/products/aceunit/ Major API Change on Assertion macros (2015-08-06) Recently, AceUnit has undergone a major change in its API. Due to the increased popularity of Clean Code (writing short methods, writing test cases that have only one logical assertion) and BDD (as close as it gets in C: local labels describing test steps), it was more and more popular to simply use a pointless empty String as an assertion message. To deal with that evolution of test authoring, the old assertion API with messages has been renamed with M suffix, i.e. assertTrue became assertTrueM and a new API with the old names was introduced that does not take a message. (Overloading is not available in C, that's why.) Exception and Abort Handling (2015-10-08) The next release of AceUnit features a try-catch style exception handling in C which is integrated with AceUnit. It also features capturing SIGABRT to catch calls to abort() or assert(). More signal handlers are to follow. Build as library (2015-08-17) The next release of AceUnit features building as a library (i.e. libaceunit.a). This can significantly reduce the AceUnit-related build times in your projects. Removed dependency to Ant (2015-07-29) The generator can now be built with make. Building with ant is still available and supported. Building with make has been added as an option so you don't need to install ant just to build the generator yourself. Improved AceUnitMain (Invoker) (various) The AceUnitMain files with the main() function have been improved. On hosted environments, they now use the GNU C Library to parse command line arguments and support a few useful command line arguments. [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Christian Hujer
AceUnit on Git AceUnit is migrated to Git. The Git repository is available under 5 different URLs: git@github.com:christianhujer/aceunit.git git@github.com:nelkinda/aceunit.git git@bitbucket.org:christian_hujer/aceunit.git ... [More] git@bitbucket.org:nelkinda/aceunit.git * git://git.code.sf.net/p/aceunit/aceunit.git Professional (Paid) Support Available For organizations which use AceUnit and need support, professional support is now available from Nelkinda Software Craft Pvt Ltd. For more information, visit http://nelkinda.com/products/aceunit/ Major API Change on Assertion macros (2015-08-06) Recently, AceUnit has undergone a major change in its API. Due to the increased popularity of Clean Code (writing short methods, writing test cases that have only one logical assertion) and BDD (as close as it gets in C: local labels describing test steps), it was more and more popular to simply use a pointless empty String as an assertion message. To deal with that evolution of test authoring, the old assertion API with messages has been renamed with M suffix, i.e. assertTrue became assertTrueM and a new API with the old names was introduced that does not take a message. (Overloading is not available in C, that's why.) Exception and Abort Handling (2015-10-08) The next release of AceUnit features a try-catch style exception handling in C which is integrated with AceUnit. It also features capturing SIGABRT to catch calls to abort() or assert(). More signal handlers are to follow. Build as library (2015-08-17) The next release of AceUnit features building as a library (i.e. libaceunit.a). This can significantly reduce the AceUnit-related build times in your projects. Removed dependency to Ant (2015-07-29) The generator can now be built with make. Building with ant is still available and supported. Building with make has been added as an option so you don't need to install ant just to build the generator yourself. Improved AceUnitMain (Invoker) (various) The AceUnitMain files with the main() function have been improved. On hosted environments, they now use the GNU C Library <argp.h> to parse command line arguments and support a few useful command line arguments. [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by Christian Hujer
AceUnit on Git AceUnit is migrated to Git. The Git repository is available under 5 different URLs: git@github.com:christianhujer/aceunit.git git@github.com:nelkinda/aceunit.git git@bitbucket.org:christian_hujer/aceunit.git ... [More] git@bitbucket.org:nelkinda/aceunit.git * git://git.code.sf.net/p/aceunit/aceunit.git Professional (Paid) Support Available For organizations which use AceUnit and need support, professional support is now available from Nelkinda Software Craft Pvt Ltd. For more information, visit http://nelkinda.com/products/aceunit/ Major API Change on Assertion macros (2015-08-06) Recently, AceUnit has undergone a major change in its API. Due to the increased popularity of Clean Code (writing short methods, writing test cases that have only one logical assertion) and BDD (as close as it gets in C: local labels describing test steps), it was more and more popular to simply use a pointless empty String as an assertion message. To deal with that evolution of test authoring, the old assertion API with messages has been renamed with M suffix, i.e. assertTrue became assertTrueM and a new API with the old names was introduced that does not take a message. (Overloading is not available in C, that's why.) Exception and Abort Handling (2015-10-08) The next release of AceUnit features a try-catch style exception handling in C which is integrated with AceUnit. It also features capturing SIGABRT to catch calls to abort() or assert(). More signal handlers are to follow. Build as library (2015-08-17) The next release of AceUnit features building as a library (i.e. libaceunit.a). This can significantly reduce the AceUnit-related build times in your projects. Removed dependency to Ant (2015-07-29) The generator can now be built with make. Building with ant is still available and supported. Building with make has been added as an option so you don't need to install ant just to build the generator yourself. Improved AceUnitMain (Invoker) (various) The AceUnitMain files with the main() function have been improved. On hosted environments, they now use the GNU C Library to parse command line arguments and support a few useful command line arguments. [Less]
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Project description: AceUnit (Advanced C and Embedded Unit): a comfortable C code unit test framework. AceUnit is JUnit 4.x style, easy, modular and flexible. AceUnit can be used in resource constraint environments, e.g. embedded software development.
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