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Overview

These instructions assume you have already worked through:this and then that.

With a working Eclipse Juno + CDT and MinGW and CppUTest built, you are ready to create your first project.

Steps

Basic Project Creation

  • Start eclipse and select a project directory. For this example, I'll use c:\learncpp\workspaces\first_example
  • Close the Welcome window
  • In the Project Explorer (left-most column), right-click and select New::C++ Project
  • For the project name, enter SimpleExample
  • Under Project Type, expand Executable and select Empty Project

What you select next depends on your environment

Windows

  • Select MingGW GCC

OS X and *nix

  • Selecte Cross GCC (guess)

  • Click FInish

Creating First Main

  • Select the project SimpleExample, right-click and select New::File
  • Enter RunAllTests.cpp for the name
  • Enter the following code:
#include <CppUTest/CommandLineTestRunner.h>
 
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
    return CommandLineTestRunner::RunAllTests(argc, argv);
}
  • This does not compile, time for projet settings

Project Settings

This includes both project settings and recommended workspace settings
  • Right-click on the project SimpleExample and select Properties
  • Open up C/C++ Build then Settings
  • Under GCC C++ Compiler first select Includes
  • Under Include Paths (-I) add a new entry:// c:\learncpp\cpputest\include\\
  • Again in C/C++ Build then Miscellaneous add -std=c++0x to Other flags - note you need to add a space first.
  • Next, go to MinGW C++ Linker and select Libraries
  • Under Libraries (-l) add cpputest
  • Under Library searh path (-L) add c:\learncpp\cpputest\lib
  • Finally, save all of your changes by clicking on OK**

While your should be able to compile, you should make a few more changes.
  • Set workspace preferences (Windows Window::Preferences)
  • Under General select Workspace
  • Enable: Refresh using native hooks or polling, Refresh on access, Save automatically before build

If having the editor complete things like "" and {} bother you:
  • Under C/C++, Editor, Typing
  • Disable any of of the checkboxes under Automatically close as you see fit

  • Save all of your changes by clicking on OK

Build and Run

Hit ctrl-F11 to build and run your tests:
OK (0 tests, 0 ran, 0 checks, 0 ignored, 0 filtered out, 0 ms)
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