RCUNIT is a small framework for testing C programs. It uses non-local jumps to emulate exceptions and handles program terminating signals (e.g. SIGILL) during test runs. RCUNIT allows creation of test fixtures, either per test or per test group. RCUNIT is free, you can use it in accordance with the terms of the MIT License.
- See doc/rcunit-docs.txt
Building and Installing RCUNIT (Unix platform)
- Build and install Logmoko logging library (git clone email@example.com:jecklgamis/logmoko.git)
- Build and install RCUNIT
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:jecklgamis/rcunit.git $ ./autogen.sh $ ./configure $ make all $ sudo make install
What Gets Installed?
- RCUNIT static library (librcunit.a) in /usr/local/lib
- RCUNIT header files in /usr/local/include
Note you can change the installation path by re-running ./configure with --prefix
$ ./configure --prefix=/some/dir
By default --prefix is
Changes from v0.9 to 1.0
- Signal handling (a major contribution from Tomasz Kantecki at Intel IE).
- Simplified creation/retrieval of test module and test registry.
- Added assertion macros for bit and byte array testing
- Use of Logmoko, a logging framework based on RCUNIT logging codes itself
- varargs are used for supporting fprintf-like argument passing
- Refined API functions and helper macros
- Removed enabled/disabled flag when adding test or module
- Data types are made lower case to avoid confusion with macros
- All assertions are made implicitly fatal. An executing test will be aborted on the first assertion failure