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Folder structure for unit test
dridk2 last edited by dridk2
I would like to add unit test in my Qt application. https://github.com/labsquare/fastQt
Actually, I have one qmake file which link several library, and contains specific OS rule .
So, if I want to make unittest, is it possible to setup the current qmake file ? Or do I need to create 2 projects and use SUBDIRS keywords.
I don't want to duplicate qmake file.
In that case, I'd think a
subdirsproject would be better. That way you'll keep things clearly and cleanly separated.
One possible setup could be to have the "core business" classes in a library that you can unit test and then an app subproject where you have the application code that uses the "core business" library.
Hope it helps
I use cmake these days, but exactly what @SGaist said. Subdirs all the way.
In cmake you can even go a step further and if testing is not enabled it won't include your test directories.
I usually have a directory called unittest that contains my googletest/catch/cpputest (preference in that order) project and source.