To use the instrumenter with the Visual Studio command line tools
link with the testape library and invoke the instrumenter in front of the final
linker command as shown in the examples below
testape.exe link.exe unit_a.obj unit_d.obj ad_test.obj testape.lib testape.exe link.exe unit_a.obj unit_d.obj ad_test.obj \path\testape.libor when used through cl.exe
testape.exe cl.exe unit_a.c unit_d.c ad_test.c testape.lib testape.exe cl.exe unit_a.c unit_d.c ad_test.c \path\testape.lib
TestApe test executable can be debugged using the Visual Studio debugging environment. The following command lines is an example on how it can be done.
C:\testape\sample>cmd /k ""c:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat"" x86 Setting environment for using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 x86 tools. C:\testape\sample>testape cl sample1.c calc.c add.c testape.lib C:\testape\sample>devenv /debugexe sample1.exe
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