Posts Tagged: C++

Isolator++ Now Supports x64 bit!

Isolator++ gets a lot of attention these days, especially since we’ve added x64 bit support. One of the feature requests we got was for an API for faking private static methods, while simulating a returned-by-reference parameter. While I ...

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Battle of the C++ Testing Frameworks

So you’ve decide to write your C++ unit tests. The first step is choosing a testing framework. Which frameworks should you go with? We’re going to introduce the most frequently used frameworks, and compare them. ...

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How To Mock C Functions with Isolator++

Do you know the TIOBE survey? Every month it shows the usage of programming languages world wide. And coming in in first place this month is… C! That’s right. There’s so much development still being ...

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Testing the Untestable – Unit Testing Dependencies and Legacy Code (in C++)

When: Wednesday, June 13, 10:00 AM Eastern, 17:00 Israel You may have already started unit testing or at least understand the basics. But there’s one large obstacle that stands in your way: dependencies. Most code ...

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The Difference Between Unit Testing and Integration Testing

** Isolator V7.4.3 is our DeLorean DMC-12 to your inner Marty McFly – Give it a (unit)-test drive now ** Typemock’s Gil Zilberfeld recently wrote an article on “The Difference between Unit Testing and Integration Testing” for Sys-Con. ...

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Unit Testing in C++

Want to get started unit testing in C++? In this webinar, Gil Zilberfeld discusses the first steps of how to unit test in C++ and how Typemock Isolator can help this process. Unit Testing First ...

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Free Typemock Webinar: Starting Unit Testing in C++ with Isolator++

Next Wednesday, January 26th, we’re going to have our monthly Typemock webinar. This time, we’ve moved the webinar a bit later, to 4pm CET/ 10am EST. In this webinar, Gil Zilberfeld will guide you through ...

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Isolator++ 1.1 Released

Time for another release, And this one, has a few power punches. With the newly Introduced RET macro, Isolator can now fake a ref argument, actually returning it as the method returns. So if you ...

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How To: Fake an Abstract Class with Isolator++

When you declare an abstract class in C++, it looks like this: class AbstractClass {     public:        virtual int ReturnFive() = 0; }; in Microsoft’s world you have an additional choice – declare a pure ...

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Agile, .NET or C++ User Groups Can Win One Year of Sponsorship + Product Licenses and More

Typemock is running a big end of year contest for user groups with lots of great prizes. The giveaway is a ‘New Year’s Agile Care Package’ that includes a grand prize of one full year ...

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