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Catch stands for C++ Automated Test Cases in Headers and is a
multi-paradigm automated test framework for C++ and Objective-C
(and, maybe, C). It is implemented entirely in a set of header
files, but is packaged up as a single header for extra convenience.

Key features:

- Really easy to get started. Just download catch.hpp,
#include it and you're away.
- No external dependencies. As long as you can compile
C++98 and have a C++ standard library available.
- Write test cases as, self-registering, functions or
- Divide test cases into sections, each of which is run
in isolation (eliminates the need for fixtures!)
- Use BDD-style Given-When-Then sections as well as
traditional unit test cases.
- Only one core assertion macro for comparisons.
Standard C/C++ operators are used for the comparison -
yet the full expression is decomposed and lhs and rhs
values are logged.

Note: To enable Catch's self-tests, export SELFTEST=yes in the
script's environment. This doesn't affect the binary package that gets

Maintained by: Steven Voges
Keywords: test,tdd,bdd,c++,cpp,unit-tests,Catch
ChangeLog: Catch


Source Downloads:
Catch2-2.13.10.tar.gz (7a4dd2fd14fb9f46198eb670ac7834b7)

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