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Using the Boost Unit Test Framework with Xcode 3

Warning: this article is no longer being actively updated and parts of it are probably out of date. Proceed with caution! Update (Nov 2009): the custom log formatter in this article is now part of the Boost Unit Test Library, via the compiler_log_formatter. So you don’t need to roll your own anymore! (Thanks Sean for […]

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Generating a Makefile from Xcode

Almost all open source software projects I have encountered rely on GNU Make as a build tool. Make is a tool available on many platforms (most notably Linux and UNIX) that manages the compilation and installation of software programs. A Makefile defines the location of source files and steps required to compile and link targets […]

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