Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Matt Oswald
tests run during build with -g
Matt Oswald
fixing the issue with xUnit++ always being out of date, but nothing needs to build
Matt Oswald
fixing a #define issue with VS
Matt Oswald
cleaning up some dead code: unless required, it's better to let the compiler generate copy/move constructors (thanks to R. Martinho Fernandez for the tip on Stackoverflow)
Matt Oswald
fixed suite names always being printed and skipped messages showing as 'success' when using -g
Matt Oswald
found a rare crash with successful tests sometimes destroying the single empty xUnitAssert object
Matt Oswald
cleaned up msbuild package script some more
Matt Oswald
Added tag 1.2.2 for changeset bf0e13c8f189
Matt Oswald
removed a lot of redundant functions by switching to SFINAE on std::string convertability
Tags
1.2.2
Matt Oswald
found another place I was overzealous with std::move again
Matt Oswald
added SKIP("reason") macro as a shortcut for ATTRIBUTES(("Skip", "reason"))
Matt Oswald
making msbuild packaging script easier to use
Matt Oswald
Added tag 1.2.1 for changeset 798700b66af0
Matt Oswald
xUnitpp::ToString was incorrectly moving some types
Tags
1.2.1
Matt Oswald
Added tag 1.2.0 for changeset 8a2976f1ed04
Matt Oswald
wasn't building the utility project for the x64 platform builds
Tags
1.2.0
Matt Oswald
this line was causing some segfaults in ubuntu builds
Matt Oswald
separated theory params from the theory's full name
Matt Oswald
wasn't printing the test suite and name if the test had messages but was a success
Matt Oswald
enabling stream formatters like std::hex in the user messages, fixing first log message fragment getting truncated
Matt Oswald
added regex matching for suites, test names
Matt Oswald
implemented sorting and grouping of test output (tests are still run in random order)
Matt Oswald
wanted to be a bit more explicit when a test failed due to an unexpected exception
Matt Oswald
fixing scons build on windows
Matt Oswald
went a little overboard with move-optimizations, lost theory names and filenames when containing more than one item in the data set
Matt Oswald
adding color to the standard console reporter's output
Matt Oswald
truncating extra-long type names
Matt Oswald
should be using the typedef'd name, in case something changes
Matt Oswald
xUnitAssert.cpp needs <cmath> to compile properly with OS X clang++
Matt Oswald
added test that proves anything that supports begin/end pairs will work as a theory data provider
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