A new version of cfix, the unit testing framework for C and C++ on Windows, is now available on Sourceforge. Despite fixing several minor issues, the new version resolves the following two issues that were reported by users: Definiting multiple WinUnit fixtures with setup/teardown routines in a single .cpp file leads to a compilation error A thread handle is leaked during execution of a test (#2889511) Updated binaries and source code are available for download on Sourceforge.
I am happy to announce that the unit testing framework cfix I have developed over the past weeks and months is now available on Sourceforge as a first release candidate. It is licensed under the GPL, both binaries and source code are available. Background cfix is a framework for authoring and running xUnit-like testcases written in C or C++. The aim of the tool is to provide a development experience very similar to frameworks such as JUnit or NUnit.