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<H1>CuTest: C Unit Testing Framework</H1>
<h2>Overview</h2>
CuTest is a unit testing library for the C language. It can be
used to do Extreme Programming and Test-First Development in the
C language. It's a fun and cute library that will make your
programming fun and productive.
<h2>Benefits</h2>
<ul>
<li> Lower Defects. The tests ensure that your code keeps working
as you make small changes in it.
<li> Faster Debugging. The tests tell you which subroutine is
broken. You avoid spending hours trying to figure out what's
broken.
<li> Development Speed. You trust your old code and can keep
adding to it without worrying about bad interactions. If there is
a bad interaction the tests will catch it.
<li> Permanent Bug Fixes. If every time a bug is reported you
write a quick test, you will guarantee that the bug never
reappears again.
<li> Fun. As your bug count drops you will begin to enjoy
programming like you've never done before. Running the tests
every few minutes and seeing them pass feels good.
</ul>
<h2> Features </h2>
<ul>
<li> Small. Consists of a single .c and .h file.
<li> Easy to Deploy. Just drop the two files into your source
tree.
<li> Highly Portable. Works with all major compilers on Windows
(Microsoft, Borland), Linux, Unix, PalmOS.
<li> Open Source. You can extend it to add more functionality.
The source can be invaluable if you are trying to trace a test
failure.
<li> Cuteness. Of all the testing frameworks CuTest has the
cutest name :-)
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<h2>Licensing</h2>
CuTest is distributed under the <a
href="http://www.opensource.org/licenses/zlib-license.html">zlib/libpng
license</a>. See license.txt in the distribution for text of license. The
intent of the license is to:
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<li> Keep the license as simple as possible
<li> Encourage the use of CuTest in both free and commercial applications and libraries
<li> Keep the source code together
<li> Give credit to the CuTest contributors for their work
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If you find CuTest useful we would like to hear about it.
<h2>Getting Started</h2>
<p> For a detailed tutorial see README in the distribution. This shows you how
to organize your tests and how to autogenerate the AllTests.c file from your
source files.
<p> To add unit testing to your C code the only files you need
are CuTest.c and CuTest.h.
<p> CuTestTest.c and AllTests.c have been included to provide an
example of how to write unit tests and then how to aggregate them
into suites and into a single AllTests.c file. Suites allow you
to put unit tests for different parts of your code in different
files. AllTests.c combines all the suites and runs them.
<p> You should not have to look inside CuTest.c. Looking in
CuTestTest.c (for example usage) should be sufficient.
<p> After downloading the sources, run your compiler to create an
executable called AllTests.exe. For example, if you are using
Windows you would type:
<PRE CLASS="CONSOLE">
cl AllTests.c CuTest.c CuTestTest.c
AllTests.exe
</PRE>
<p> This will run all the unit tests associated with CuTest and
print the output on the console.
<p> For more details on how to use the library look at the README file included
with the distribution.
<h2>Contribute</h2>
<p> We hope you CuTest saves you time and helps you produce high quality
software.
<p> If you find CuTest useful, let us know. Tell us what platform you are using
it on (Windows, Linux, etc), and what kinds of applications you are using it
with.
<p> If you would like to contribute documentation or tutorials to this project
please send e-mail.
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