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Not to steal your thunder, but TUT (Templated Unit Tests) does this as well, and I've found it works very nicely even in embedded and cross-platform:


It's lightweight, easy to setup for separated tests or built in tests, and simple to use. Doesn't add anything to help with mocking, but you can do that yourself.

EDIT: To followup, I created a C++ template that leverages TUT and binfmtc that I could use to rapidly iterate with. I used it for working out solutions to problems in "Thinking in C++"; it's posted at http://hardcorehackers.com/~npsimons/Template.hh

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