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Solution Exercise 4
Sample solution to the exercise:
# [project]/flux_capacitor/CMakeLists.txt # ... add_subdirectory(tests)
# [project]/flux_capacitor/tests/CMakeLists.txt add_executable(flux_capacitor-tests flux_capacitor.cc flux.cc capacitor.cc ) add_executable(tests::flux_capacitor ALIAS flux_capacitor-tests) target_link_libraries(flux_capacitor-tests PRIVATE catchorg::catch2 time_machine::flux_capacitor project::settings ) target_include_directories(flux_capacitor-tests PRIVATE ../src ) add_custom_target(run-flux_capacitor-tests ALL COMMAND tests::flux_capacitor )
CMake itselfs also provides an infrastructure to add tests to project.
There are the commands
enable_testing for adding tests to a project.
And there is also a CMake test driver program called
Depending on your project structure, IDE integration and requirements when you want to run your test, the usage of
ctest can be helpful.