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Posted 16 Aug 2004

Designing Robust Objects with Boost

, 16 Aug 2004
Tutorial on designing classes using Boost libraries
// $Workfile: Tests.cpp $
// $Modtime: 8/15/04 11:29a $
// Unit tests for the Core Library.

#include "stdafx.h"
#pragma warning(push, 2)
#include "boost/test/included/unit_test_framework.hpp"
#pragma warning(pop)

#include "AppVersionTests.h"

#include "Tests.h"

using namespace std;
using boost::unit_test_framework::test_suite;

#if defined(_DEBUG)
#define new DEBUG_NEW
#undef THIS_FILE
static char THIS_FILE[] = __FILE__;
#endif // defined(_DEBUG)

// The one and only application object
CWinApp theApp;

test_suite* init_unit_test_suite(int /* argc */, char* /* argv */[])
	// initialize MFC and print and error on failure
	if (!AfxWinInit(::GetModuleHandle(NULL), NULL, ::GetCommandLine(), 0))
		printf("Fatal Error: MFC initialization failed\n");
		return (0);

	test_suite* CoreTestSuite = BOOST_TEST_SUITE("Core Tests");


	return (CoreTestSuite);

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Jim has been developing software for over 25 years. He is a consultant specializing in writing software for commercial products. He has developed software for embedded systems, device drivers, and windows applications.

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