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First Code Snapshot Released

September 6th, 2007 by Martin Ecker · No Comments

A first code snapshot of RudeMocks has been made available in form of a .rar archive instead of in Subversion because SourceForge currently has problems importing Subversion repository dumps. You can get the archive here. This is only a temporary solution until SourceForge fixes repository migration at which point my local RudeMocks repository will be imported as a whole into the SourceForge Subversion repository.

Also, you will need a very recent version of Boost, which RudeMocks depends on. Note that the current official Boost release does not yet have some of the libraries used by RudeMocks, such as Boost.Fusion. Therefore you will either need to get the head revision from the Boost repository or grab this archive here, which is the snapshot that I’m currently using. It contains pre-built Visual C++ 8.0 binaries of Boost.Test, which is the unit-testing framework used for the RudeMocks unit tests.

Preliminary documentation is available here.

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