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README.md

Test Adapter for Boost.Test

Introduction

The Test Adapter for Boost.Test is a fork by Microsoft of the existing Boost Unit Test Adapter Visual Studio extension by ETAS GmbH, supporting Visual Studio 2017. The adapter automatically discovers unit tests and enables IDE tools to run and manage the tests, see test execution results, and for VS Enterprise users, check code coverage. The original project (supporting Visual Studio 2015) can be found at: https://github.com/etas/vs-boost-unit-test-adapter.

Refer to http://www.boost.org/ for detailed information about the Boost libraries.

Pre-Requisites

In order to use/develop the Boost Unit Test Adapter, the following components must be available:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio. The following versions are supported:
    • Visual Studio 2017 (Community, Professional, Enterprise).

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Please refer to the original project wiki for further information.

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