Well, those few weeks in my last post have turned into a few months, mostly due to me going back home for vacation over Christmas and New Year’s and now due to heavy workload at work. But do not fret, the beta is still coming and I have not stopped working on RudeMocks. There are still some issues to work out with exception handling with gcc. Unfortunately, I’m having a hard time debugging this stuff since I’m not really used to using gdb, and I have to say it really sucks compared to Visual Studio’s debugger. So once work slows down a bit again hopefully in two to four weeks, expect a beta release.
However, I have posted a new Subversion snapshot of the current work branch. There are numerous bug fixes, a number of new unit tests, Visual Studio 2008 (Visual C++ 9.0) support, explicit syntax support for stubs, and some other things I’m forgetting. Go grab it from the SourceForge project page.
There’s also a new snapshot of the version of Boost that I use to build it. This is a fairly recent Subversion snapshot of the Boost repository with custom-made Visual Studio 2005/2008 build files. Grab it here. This is a complete repository snapshot that additionally contains the custom build files and the library/DLL files.