Monthly Archives: November 2012

Faux Console Application for Android NDK and Chrome Native Client SDK

While Android and the Chrome Native Client (NaCl) don’t actually provide support for console style applications, they are still useful for C++ unit testing.  As a second step towards developing cross-platform multi-threaded C++ unit tests, I developed a Visual Studio … Continue reading

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Google Test, pthreads, and Windows

As a quick follow-up to my last post, there is an existing library providing a pthreads implementation for Windows in the form of an OSS project named pthread-win32.  Unfortunately it appears a patch to Google Test is needed to successfully … Continue reading

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C++ Unit Test Framework Adapter: Part 3

This is the third post in a 3 part series.  Part 2 is here. I have completed reviewing all five C++ unit testing frameworks to determine if any could be made thread safe during the the execution of a test … Continue reading

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