If you’re like us, you’d like to look at googletest samples. The sample directory has a number of well-commented samples showing how to use a variety of googletest features.
- Sample #1 shows the basic steps of using googletest to test C++ functions.
- Sample #2 shows a more complex unit test for a class with multiple member functions.
- Sample #3 uses a test fixture.
- Sample #4 teaches you how to use googletest and
googletest.htogether to get the best of both libraries.
- Sample #5 puts shared testing logic in a base test fixture, and reuses it in derived fixtures.
- Sample #6 demonstrates type-parameterized tests.
- Sample #7 teaches the basics of value-parameterized tests.
- Sample #8 shows using
Combine()in value-parameterized tests.
- Sample #9 shows use of the listener API to modify Google Test’s console output and the use of its reflection API to inspect test results.
- Sample #10 shows use of the listener API to implement a primitive memory leak checker.