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 == About xUnit++ ==
-xUnit++ borrows heavily from xUnit.net, which means it has the same strengths. It is built to support Test Driven Development, with a goal of being as simple and flexible as possible without sacrificing features found in modern unit testing platforms written for other languages (such as C#). It is compatible with Visual Studio 2012 (and includes integration with the IDE's test explorer window) and gcc 4.7+ (tested on Ubuntu Linux).
+xUnit++ borrows heavily from xUnit.net, which means it has the same strengths. It is built to support Test Driven Development, with a goal of being as simple and flexible as possible without sacrificing features found in modern unit testing platforms written for other languages (such as C#). It is compatible with Visual Studio 2012 (and [[http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/1212037b-a608-450c-a578-627b93f1b336|includes integration with the IDE's test explorer window]]) and gcc 4.7+ (tested on Ubuntu Linux).
 
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