Compile test-core in C++
qcxhome at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 08:37:56 EST 2014
On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 12:17 AM, John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> wrote:
>> On Nov 18, 2014, at 7:10 AM, Chenxiong Qi <qcxhome at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've converted QofCollection to a C++ class. A side-effect is that I
>> have to make src/test-core be able to compile in C++. I'm an absolute
>> newbie to autotools, still not get a workable solution so far after
>> doing some research on this. Could you give some guide how to
>> accomplish this conversion. Conversion only involves the compiler
>> changed to a C++ compiler, and the file's extension changed to cpp if
>> necessary. Nothing else if src/test-core/* are compiled in C++ without
>> BTW, besides the conversion to C++ class, I will write unit tests to
>> ensure new QofCollection class works as expected.
> Great! Thanks! I'm looking forward to your pull request or patch. If you want to go the patch route, please open a bug report.
when the code is ready for review i'll create a PR. now, still several
works need to do.
> Why do you want to compile test-core in C++?
src/test-core/unittest-support.h includes qof.h
> C++ unit tests should use Google Test, aka gtest. The master branch is already set up for it, you just need to enable it in configure and tell configure where the sources are, unless you've got a distro like Debian than installs them in /usr/src, in which case configure can find them on its own.
Thanks for pointing out this. learning and trying to compile with gtest.
> John Ralls
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