[Bug 48024] Convert C++ unit test from JUnit to CppUnit

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Mon Oct 14 15:20:39 CEST 2013


--- Comment #8 from DavidO <d.ostrovsky at gmx.de> ---
(In reply to comment #7)
> (In reply to comment #6)
> > I would like to look into this issue. Can someone give some pointers? new to
> > this
> The most obvious approach would be to translate individual so-called
> "complex" tests (see comment 1) from Java to C++.  Those are largely
> self-contained tests that start and connect against an soffice instance (via
> Java org.openoffice.test.OfficeConnection; the C++ equivalent is in
> include/unotest/officeconnection.hxx) and then use remote UNO to trigger the
> code under test in the running soffice.  The test code is typically located
> in */qa/complex/ directories (e.g.,
> sw/qa/complex/checkColor/CheckChangeColor.java), and often makes use of
> helper functionality from qadevOOo/runner/util/ (for which there may or may
> not be C++ equivalents).  Both building and running the tests is triggered
> by */JunitTest_*_complex.mk makefiles (e.g., sw/JunitTeste_sw_complex.mk).
> In a first approximation, a corresponding CppunitTest would still connect to
> an soffice process and access it via remote UNO, though in the long run it
> is of course more desirable to have the code under test small and
> self-contained enough so that it can run directly in the cppunit process.

To be fair, it can be already done directly with in process python unit tests,


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