|author||Dino Radakovic <email@example.com>||Wed May 31 17:45:02 2023|
|committer||Copybara-Service <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed May 31 17:45:43 2023|
Provide example for setting C++ language standard in GoogleTest's Bazel quickstart and readme. An equivalent for CMake was merged in https://github.com/google/googletest/commit/aa99ce5a0db4215bb8e2cda3ee68b6b8d4896815 Fixes #4254 PiperOrigin-RevId: 536759641 Change-Id: I8400064a24e0d78f17a0720046f505efa1167b4f
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|xUnit test framework||Googletest is based on the|
|: : xUnit :|
|: : testing framework, a popular architecture for :|
|: : unit testing :|
|Test discovery||Googletest automatically discovers and runs|
|: : your tests, eliminating the need to manually :|
|: : register your tests :|
|Rich set of assertions||Googletest provides a variety of assertions,|
|: : such as equality, inequality, exceptions, and :|
|: : more, making it easy to test your code :|
|User-defined assertions||You can define your own assertions with|
|: : Googletest, making it simple to write tests :|
|: : that are specific to your code :|
|Death tests||Googletest supports death tests, which verify|
|: : that your code exits in a certain way, making :|
|: : it useful for testing error-handling code :|
|Fatal and non-fatal failures||You can specify whether a test failure should|
|: : be treated as fatal or non-fatal with :|
|: : Googletest, allowing tests to continue :|
|: : running even if a failure occurs :|
|Value-parameterized tests||Googletest supports value-parameterized|
|: : tests, which run multiple times with :|
|: : different input values, making it useful for :|
|: : testing functions that take different inputs :|
|Type-parameterized tests||Googletest also supports type-parameterized|
|: : tests, which run with different data types, :|
|: : making it useful for testing functions that :|
|: : work with different data types :|
|Various options for running||Googletest provides many options for running|
|: tests : tests, including running individual tests, :|
|: : running tests in a specific order, and :|
|: : running tests in parallel :|
In addition to many internal projects at Google, GoogleTest is also used by the following notable projects:
GTest Runner is a Qt5 based automated test-runner and Graphical User Interface with powerful features for Windows and Linux platforms.
GoogleTest UI is a test runner that runs your test binary, allows you to track its progress via a progress bar, and displays a list of test failures. Clicking on one shows failure text. GoogleTest UI is written in C#.
gtest-parallel is a test runner that runs tests from your binary in parallel to provide significant speed-up.
GoogleTest Adapter is a VS Code extension allowing to view GoogleTest in a tree view and run/debug your tests.
C++ TestMate is a VS Code extension allowing to view GoogleTest in a tree view and run/debug your tests.
Cornichon is a small Gherkin DSL parser that generates stub code for GoogleTest.
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