List of unit testing frameworks
- List of unit testing frameworks
This page is a list of tables of code-driven unit testing frameworks for various programming languages. Some of these are based on xUnit, but not all of them are.
* Name: This column contains the name of the framework and will usually link to it.
* xUnit: This column indicates whether a framework should be considered of xUnit type.
* TAP: This column indicates whether a framework can emit TAP output for TAP-compliant testing harnesses.
* Generators: Indicates whether a framework supports data generators. Data generators generate input data for a test and the test is run for each input data that the generator produces.
* Fixtures: Indicates whether a framework supports test-local fixtures. Test-local fixtures ensure a specified environment for a single test.
* Group fixtures: Indicates whether a framework supports group fixtures. Group fixtures ensure a specified environment for a whole group of Tests
* Other columns: These columns indicate whether a specific language / tool feature is available / used by a framework.
* Remarks: Any remarks.
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= See also =Unit testing in general:
* Unit testing
* Software testing
Extreme programming approach to unit testing:
* Test-driven development
* Extreme programming
= External links =
* [http://www.xprogramming.com/software.htm Other list of various unit testing frameworks]
* [http://opensourcetesting.org/ OpenSourceTesting.org lists many unit testing frameworks, performance testing tools and other tools programmers/developers may find useful]
* [http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TestingFramework Testing Framework]
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