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New Snapshot in Subversion

September 14th, 2007 by Martin Ecker · No Comments

I’ve just uploaded a new snapshot of the code to Subversion. New features include proper support for multiple inheritance even with ambiguous functions multiply inherited from the same base class of a base class (sounds complicated, but that’s what it is), the Throw() function option to make mocked functions throw expected exceptions during replay, and support for out and in-out reference and pointer arguments.  The project now has more than 400 unit tests, which I think is pretty good for a rather small, but nevertheless fairly complex project. Once I finally manage to have virtual inheritance sorted out (assuming I can actually support it properly) I will release a packaged RudeMocks version 1.0. So stay tuned!

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