Visual Assert – The Unit Testing Add-In for Visual C++
cfix – C/C++ unit testing for Win32 and NT
 
 
Visual Assert Makes Test-Driven Visual C++ Development a Snap.

Visual Assert is a Visual Studio® AddIn that allows you to easily write, manage, run, and debug your C/C++ unit tests – without ever leaving the Visual Studio® IDE. No fiddling with command line tools, no complex configuration, and no boilerplate code required.

Visual Assert (formerly code-named cfix studio) is based on, and fully compatible to the open source unit testing framework cfix.

Last but not least, Visual Assert is free for both, commercial and non-commercial use.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Seamless integration with the Visual C++ GUI and debugger.
  • Supports both C and C++. A wizard helps creating scaffold code.
  • Compatible to WinUnit. Together with the cfix C and C++ APIs, this gives you three APIs/styles to choose from.
  • Unit tests can be implemented as DLL or EXE module. Tests can even be embedded into existing, full-fledged GUI applications.
  • Unit tests are part of regular Visual C++ projects – whether placed in a separate project or part of existing projects, whether placed in separate files or intermingled with other code – you decide; Visual Assert will not get in your way.
  • All unit tests developed using Visual Assert can also be run on the command line – no recompiling required.
  • All tests are run out-of-process using dedicated test runners, providing clean isolation and maximum robustness
  • Supports both 32 bit and 64 bit code, Visual Assert automatically chooses the appropriate test runner
  • Test runners are 100% native code – no .Net involved
  • COM friendly: Tests are free to create or join whatever apartment they need
QUESTIONS
Having further questions regarding Visual Assert? Feel free to send an email to questions at visualassert com.
 
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Download Visual Assert and try it by yourself. Visual Assert is compatible with Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010 and works great on all Windows platforms from 2000 onward.


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