Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Matt Oswald
the UnitTests project now runs itself on build
Matt Oswald
enabling multiprocessor compilation (faster than MinimalRebuild)
Matt Oswald
optimized .hgignore
Matt Oswald
updated output directories/names
Matt Oswald
fixed the VS Test runner stopping after the first assembly
Matt Oswald
adding VSIX project for the VS2012 test adapter
Matt Oswald
implemented non-fatal errors: Check.<whatever>
Matt Oswald
fixed link problem when xUnit++ lib linked into managed apps
Matt Oswald
per-assert messages now use streaming operator, instead of being precomputed and passed into assert method
Matt Oswald
extended ATTRIBUTES macro to accept up to 8 attributes
Matt Oswald
proved that a lambda can be used as THEORY data
Matt Oswald
DATA_THEORY and THEORY_DATA? for shame.
Matt Oswald
forgot to implement these two tests
Matt Oswald
renamed THEORY to DATA_THEORY, added new THEORY macro that has inline data
Matt Oswald
apparently, no tests were counting as failures :(
Matt Oswald
removing unused code
Matt Oswald
moved the includes into a xUnit++ dir
Matt Oswald
moved all tests into Tests subdir
Matt Oswald
added substring matching for suites, test names to commandline runner
Matt Oswald
commandline runner can limit the number of concurrent tests with "-c <int>"
Matt Oswald
updating notes with reminder for release mode
Matt Oswald
adding test for correct exports in test assemblies
Matt Oswald
if a test assembly fails to load, enforce a failing result
Matt Oswald
updated notes
Matt Oswald
added a test to verify Theories can accept inline lambdas as data providers
Matt Oswald
fixed VS IDE test runner to run theories
Matt Oswald
unified Facts and Theories into one xUnitTest (each Theory data instance is a new xUnitTest)
Matt Oswald
vs IDE test runner works for facts, but not theories (see top of notes file for details)
Matt Oswald
removing a debug message, ignoring the result of the VS test runner
Matt Oswald
discovered the macros to ensure proper linkage were made redundant a little while ago
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