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Ameba's mission is to make unit-testing as easy and as flexible as possible.
What is it using?
Ameba's source code depends and shall depend on standart C++ tools and
(possibly) Boost only. Ameba makes emphasize on preprocessor features to make creation of
How do I begin?
Example of simple usage is in the source code: dummy_entry.cpp
Please, note that you don't have to compile anything from Ameba to make it work,
Ameba #includes everything (currently).
Key moments of usage:
- You don't have to inherit from anything, Ameba treats every function as a
test-case and classes/namespaces as test suites.
- You have to supply your own int main and after initialization of suite, call
class tester's function to display statistics collected.
Your needs might be satisfied by other TDD framework but Ameba offers following
- Use of C++-specific preprocessor.
- Ease of adding new tests and suites. You do not need to specify name of
suite or test, Ameba will infer this information using full path to function
of test-tool call.
- Everything is open-source and licensed by Boost library licence.
- Ameba doesn't need to be compiled, it is distributed as a set of header
- Add more tests (currently only equality check).
- Enhance statistics' (table with files and priorities(?)).