…uest and response.
…later versions of Boost.
… BOOST_CONCEPT_CHECK. Refactored normal connection test.
…dded a basic test fixture for the client.
Using ordinary messages generates unnecessary noise when using ccmake. (Should be done for the uri submodule as well.)
Conflicts: concurrency/src/CMakeLists.txt concurrency/test/CMakeLists.txt http/src/CMakeLists.txt http/test/CMakeLists.txt http/test/server_async_less_copy.cpp http/test/server_async_run_stop_concurrency.cpp http/test/server_include_inlined.cpp logging/src/CMakeLists.txt message/src/CMakeLists.txt message/test/CMakeLists.txt
this adds the CMake variable 'CPP-NETLIB_BUILD_SINGLE_LIB', which defaults to OFF and will enable build of a single library 'libcppnetlib' to be compiled instead of the different separated libraries. the tests and examples have been adjusted to deal with a single library the uri submodule has also been changed
This is the simplification of the HTTP client test suite which serves as a guide for getting other tests migrated to use gtest. Moving forward the idea is to accomplish the same for all of the tests in cpp-netlib: * Consolidate logically grouped tests into a single binary. * Remove all traces of dependency to the Boost.Test framework. * Get all tests to a "green" state again. This paves the way for implementing mocks for some internal classes that we want to be able to change. In the meantime simplifying the test suite buys us more in the long run as we add more and more tests to the library.
…to handle the new changes.