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    ANN: OSS unit testing framework cfix 1.3 released, introduces WinUnit compatibility

    Hi,

    I am pleased to announce that a new release of cfix is now available on
    http://www.cfix-testing.org/.

    Besides several minor improvements, version 1.3 introduces source-level
    compatibility to WinUnit: That is, existing WinUnit tests can be
    recompiled into cfix tests without source modification.

    For further information, please refer to my blog post at:
    http://jpassing.wordpress.com/?p=213

    Tutorials are available here:
    http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVsCc.html (User C++)
    http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialUserVs.html (User C)
    http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/TutorialKernelWdk.html (Kernel C)

    The full set of documentation can be found at:
    http://www.cfix-testing.org/doc/

    cfix is an xUnit testing framework for C and (unmanaged) C++. Unlike
    other frameworks, cfix has been specially tailored for Windows
    development, both user and kernel mode. cfix is open source software and
    licensed under the LGPL.

    Feedback is very welcome: Please email to passing at users dot
    sourceforge dot net.

    --JP

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