Commit c33028e5 authored by Andreas Schmidt's avatar Andreas Schmidt

Update to gtest 1.8.0.

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set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_DEBUG "-O2 -Wall -ggdb" )
set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE "-Os -Wall" )
set(CMAKE_C_COMPILER /usr/bin/gcc-4.9)
set(CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER /usr/bin/g++-4.9)
enable_testing()
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add_subdirectory(lib/gtest-1.7.0)
add_subdirectory(lib/gtest-1.8.0)
include_directories(SYSTEM ${gtest_SOURCE_DIR}/include ${gtest_SOURCE_DIR})
add_executable(prrtTests bitmap_tests.cpp lossGatherer_tests.cpp forward_packet_table_tests.cpp bptree_tests.cpp PrrtBlock_tests.cpp)
set_property(TARGET prrtTests PROPERTY C_STANDARD 99)
target_link_libraries(prrtTests LINK_PUBLIC PRRT UTIL gtest gtest_main)
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target_link_libraries(prrtTests LINK_PUBLIC gtest PRRT UTIL gtest_main)
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# Ignore CI build directory
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# http://about.travis-ci.org/docs/user/build-configuration/
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# http://lint.travis-ci.org/
install:
# /usr/bin/gcc is 4.6 always, but gcc-X.Y is available.
- if [ "$CXX" = "g++" ]; then export CXX="g++-4.9" CC="gcc-4.9"; fi
# /usr/bin/clang is 3.4, lets override with modern one.
- if [ "$CXX" = "clang++" ] && [ "$TRAVIS_OS_NAME" = "linux" ]; then export CXX="clang++-3.7" CC="clang-3.7"; fi
- echo ${PATH}
- echo ${CXX}
- ${CXX} --version
- ${CXX} -v
addons:
apt:
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# https://github.com/travis-ci/apt-package-whitelist/blob/master/ubuntu-precise
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sources:
- ubuntu-toolchain-r-test
- llvm-toolchain-precise-3.7
packages:
- gcc-4.9
- g++-4.9
- clang-3.7
- valgrind
os:
- linux
- osx
language: cpp
compiler:
- gcc
- clang
script: ./travis.sh
env:
matrix:
- GTEST_TARGET=googletest SHARED_LIB=OFF STATIC_LIB=ON CMAKE_PKG=OFF BUILD_TYPE=debug VERBOSE_MAKE=true VERBOSE
- GTEST_TARGET=googlemock SHARED_LIB=OFF STATIC_LIB=ON CMAKE_PKG=OFF BUILD_TYPE=debug VERBOSE_MAKE=true VERBOSE
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# - GTEST_TARGET=googletest SHARED_LIB=ON STATIC_LIB=ON CMAKE_PKG=ON BUILD_TYPE=release VERBOSE_MAKE=false
# - GTEST_TARGET=googlemock SHARED_LIB=ON STATIC_LIB=ON CMAKE_PKG=ON BUILD_TYPE=release VERBOSE_MAKE=false
notifications:
email: false
sudo: false
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6.2)
project( googletest-distribution )
enable_testing()
option(BUILD_GTEST "Builds the googletest subproject" OFF)
#Note that googlemock target already builds googletest
option(BUILD_GMOCK "Builds the googlemock subproject" ON)
if(BUILD_GMOCK)
add_subdirectory( googlemock )
elseif(BUILD_GTEST)
add_subdirectory( googletest )
endif()
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This repository is a merger of the formerly separate GoogleTest and
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gtest-type-util.h in the same directory.
You don't need to worry about regenerating the source files
unless you need to modify them. You would then modify the
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os: Visual Studio 2015
environment:
matrix:
- Toolset: v140
- Toolset: v120
- Toolset: v110
- Toolset: v100
platform:
- Win32
- x64
configuration:
# - Release
- Debug
build:
verbosity: minimal
artifacts:
- path: '_build/Testing/Temporary/*'
name: test_results
before_build:
- ps: |
Write-Output "Configuration: $env:CONFIGURATION"
Write-Output "Platform: $env:PLATFORM"
$generator = switch ($env:TOOLSET)
{
"v140" {"Visual Studio 14 2015"}
"v120" {"Visual Studio 12 2013"}
"v110" {"Visual Studio 11 2012"}
"v100" {"Visual Studio 10 2010"}
}
if ($env:PLATFORM -eq "x64")
{
$generator = "$generator Win64"
}
build_script:
- ps: |
if (($env:TOOLSET -eq "v100") -and ($env:PLATFORM -eq "x64"))
{
return
}
md _build -Force | Out-Null
cd _build
& cmake -G "$generator" -DCMAKE_CONFIGURATION_TYPES="Debug;Release" -Dgtest_build_tests=ON -Dgtest_build_samples=ON -Dgmock_build_tests=ON ..
if ($LastExitCode -ne 0) {
throw "Exec: $ErrorMessage"
}
& cmake --build . --config $env:CONFIGURATION
if ($LastExitCode -ne 0) {
throw "Exec: $ErrorMessage"
}
test_script:
- ps: |
if (($env:Toolset -eq "v100") -and ($env:PLATFORM -eq "x64"))
{
return
}
& ctest -C $env:CONFIGURATION --output-on-failure
if ($LastExitCode -ne 0) {
throw "Exec: $ErrorMessage"
}
Changes for 1.7.0:
* All new improvements in Google Test 1.7.0.
* New feature: matchers DoubleNear(), FloatNear(),
NanSensitiveDoubleNear(), NanSensitiveFloatNear(),
UnorderedElementsAre(), UnorderedElementsAreArray(), WhenSorted(),
WhenSortedBy(), IsEmpty(), and SizeIs().
* Improvement: Google Mock can now be built as a DLL.
* Improvement: when compiled by a C++11 compiler, matchers AllOf()
and AnyOf() can accept an arbitrary number of matchers.
* Improvement: when compiled by a C++11 compiler, matchers
ElementsAreArray() can accept an initializer list.
* Improvement: when exceptions are enabled, a mock method with no
default action now throws instead crashing the test.
* Improvement: added class testing::StringMatchResultListener to aid
definition of composite matchers.
* Improvement: function return types used in MOCK_METHOD*() macros can
now contain unprotected commas.
* Improvement (potentially breaking): EXPECT_THAT() and ASSERT_THAT()
are now more strict in ensuring that the value type and the matcher
type are compatible, catching potential bugs in tests.
* Improvement: Pointee() now works on an optional<T>.
* Improvement: the ElementsAreArray() matcher can now take a vector or
iterator range as input, and makes a copy of its input elements
before the conversion to a Matcher.
* Improvement: the Google Mock Generator can now generate mocks for
some class templates.
* Bug fix: mock object destruction triggerred by another mock object's
destruction no longer hangs.
* Improvement: Google Mock Doctor works better with newer Clang and
GCC now.
* Compatibility fixes.
* Bug/warning fixes.
Changes for 1.6.0:
* Compilation is much faster and uses much less memory, especially
when the constructor and destructor of a mock class are moved out of
the class body.
* New matchers: Pointwise(), Each().
* New actions: ReturnPointee() and ReturnRefOfCopy().
* CMake support.
* Project files for Visual Studio 2010.
* AllOf() and AnyOf() can handle up-to 10 arguments now.
* Google Mock doctor understands Clang error messages now.
* SetArgPointee<> now accepts string literals.
* gmock_gen.py handles storage specifier macros and template return
types now.
* Compatibility fixes.
* Bug fixes and implementation clean-ups.
* Potentially incompatible changes: disables the harmful 'make install'
command in autotools.
Potentially breaking changes:
* The description string for MATCHER*() changes from Python-style
interpolation to an ordinary C++ string expression.
* SetArgumentPointee is deprecated in favor of SetArgPointee.
* Some non-essential project files for Visual Studio 2005 are removed.
Changes for 1.5.0:
* New feature: Google Mock can be safely used in multi-threaded tests
on platforms having pthreads.
* New feature: function for printing a value of arbitrary type.
* New feature: function ExplainMatchResult() for easy definition of
composite matchers.
* The new matcher API lets user-defined matchers generate custom
explanations more directly and efficiently.
* Better failure messages all around.
* NotNull() and IsNull() now work with smart pointers.
* Field() and Property() now work when the matcher argument is a pointer
passed by reference.
* Regular expression matchers on all platforms.
* Added GCC 4.0 support for Google Mock Doctor.
* Added gmock_all_test.cc for compiling most Google Mock tests
in a single file.
* Significantly cleaned up compiler warnings.
* Bug fixes, better test coverage, and implementation clean-ups.
Potentially breaking changes:
* Custom matchers defined using MatcherInterface or MakePolymorphicMatcher()
need to be updated after upgrading to Google Mock 1.5.0; matchers defined
using MATCHER or MATCHER_P* aren't affected.
* Dropped support for 'make install'.
Changes for 1.4.0 (we skipped 1.2.* and 1.3.* to match the version of
Google Test):
* Works in more environments: Symbian and minGW, Visual C++ 7.1.
* Lighter weight: comes with our own implementation of TR1 tuple (no
more dependency on Boost!).
* New feature: --gmock_catch_leaked_mocks for detecting leaked mocks.
* New feature: ACTION_TEMPLATE for defining templatized actions.
* New feature: the .After() clause for specifying expectation order.
* New feature: the .With() clause for for specifying inter-argument
constraints.
* New feature: actions ReturnArg<k>(), ReturnNew<T>(...), and
DeleteArg<k>().
* New feature: matchers Key(), Pair(), Args<...>(), AllArgs(), IsNull(),
and Contains().
* New feature: utility class MockFunction<F>, useful for checkpoints, etc.
* New feature: functions Value(x, m) and SafeMatcherCast<T>(m).
* New feature: copying a mock object is rejected at compile time.
* New feature: a script for fusing all Google Mock and Google Test
source files for easy deployment.
* Improved the Google Mock doctor to diagnose more diseases.
* Improved the Google Mock generator script.
* Compatibility fixes for Mac OS X and gcc.
* Bug fixes and implementation clean-ups.
Changes for 1.1.0:
* New feature: ability to use Google Mock with any testing framework.
* New feature: macros for easily defining new matchers
* New feature: macros for easily defining new actions.
* New feature: more container matchers.
* New feature: actions for accessing function arguments and throwing
exceptions.
* Improved the Google Mock doctor script for diagnosing compiler errors.
* Bug fixes and implementation clean-ups.
Changes for 1.0.0:
* Initial Open Source release of Google Mock
########################################################################
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#
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# For more options, run 'ctest --help'.
# BUILD_SHARED_LIBS is a standard CMake variable, but we declare it here to
# make it prominent in the GUI.
option(BUILD_SHARED_LIBS "Build shared libraries (DLLs)." OFF)
option(gmock_build_tests "Build all of Google Mock's own tests." OFF)
# A directory to find Google Test sources.
if (EXISTS "${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/gtest/CMakeLists.txt")
set(gtest_dir gtest)
else()
set(gtest_dir ../googletest)
endif()
# Defines pre_project_set_up_hermetic_build() and set_up_hermetic_build().
include("${gtest_dir}/cmake/hermetic_build.cmake" OPTIONAL)
if (COMMAND pre_project_set_up_hermetic_build)
# Google Test also calls hermetic setup functions from add_subdirectory,
# although its changes will not affect things at the current scope.
pre_project_set_up_hermetic_build()
endif()
########################################################################
#
# Project-wide settings
# Name of the project.
#
# CMake files in this project can refer to the root source directory
# as ${gmock_SOURCE_DIR} and to the root binary directory as
# ${gmock_BINARY_DIR}.
# Language "C" is required for find_package(Threads).
project(gmock CXX C)
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6.2)
if (COMMAND set_up_hermetic_build)
set_up_hermetic_build()
endif()
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# targets to the current scope. We are placing Google Test's binary
# directory in a subdirectory of our own as VC compilation may break
# if they are the same (the default).
add_subdirectory("${gtest_dir}" "${gmock_BINARY_DIR}/gtest")
# Although Google Test's CMakeLists.txt calls this function, the
# changes there don't affect the current scope. Therefore we have to
# call it again here.
config_compiler_and_linker() # from ${gtest_dir}/cmake/internal_utils.cmake
# Adds Google Mock's and Google Test's header directories to the search path.
include_directories("${gmock_SOURCE_DIR}/include"
"${gmock_SOURCE_DIR}"
"${gtest_SOURCE_DIR}/include"
# This directory is needed to build directly from Google
# Test sources.
"${gtest_SOURCE_DIR}")
# Summary of tuple support for Microsoft Visual Studio:
# Compiler version(MS) version(cmake) Support
# ---------- ----------- -------------- -----------------------------
# <= VS 2010 <= 10 <= 1600 Use Google Tests's own tuple.
# VS 2012 11 1700 std::tr1::tuple + _VARIADIC_MAX=10
# VS 2013 12 1800 std::tr1::tuple
if (MSVC AND MSVC_VERSION EQUAL 1700)
add_definitions(/D _VARIADIC_MAX=10)
endif()
########################################################################
#
# Defines the gmock & gmock_main libraries. User tests should link
# with one of them.
# Google Mock libraries. We build them using more strict warnings than what
# are used for other targets, to ensure that Google Mock can be compiled by
# a user aggressive about warnings.
cxx_library(gmock
"${cxx_strict}"
"${gtest_dir}/src/gtest-all.cc"
src/gmock-all.cc)
cxx_library(gmock_main
"${cxx_strict}"
"${gtest_dir}/src/gtest-all.cc"
src/gmock-all.cc
src/gmock_main.cc)
# If the CMake version supports it, attach header directory information
# to the targets for when we are part of a parent build (ie being pulled
# in via add_subdirectory() rather than being a standalone build).
if (DEFINED CMAKE_VERSION AND NOT "${CMAKE_VERSION}" VERSION_LESS "2.8.11")
target_include_directories(gmock INTERFACE "${gmock_SOURCE_DIR}/include")
target_include_directories(gmock_main INTERFACE "${gmock_SOURCE_DIR}/include")
endif()
########################################################################
#
# Install rules
install(TARGETS gmock gmock_main
DESTINATION lib)
install(DIRECTORY ${gmock_SOURCE_DIR}/include/gmock
DESTINATION include)
########################################################################
#
# Google Mock's own tests.
#
# You can skip this section if you aren't interested in testing
# Google Mock itself.
#
# The tests are not built by default. To build them, set the
# gmock_build_tests option to ON. You can do it by running ccmake
# or specifying the -Dgmock_build_tests=ON flag when running cmake.
if (gmock_build_tests)
# This must be set in the root directory for the tests to be run by
# 'make test' or ctest.
enable_testing()
############################################################
# C++ tests built with standard compiler flags.
cxx_test(gmock-actions_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-cardinalities_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock_ex_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-generated-actions_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-generated-function-mockers_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-generated-internal-utils_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-generated-matchers_test gmock_main)
cxx_test(gmock-internal-utils_test gmock_main)