The usage of the package is illustrated by text and examples. All sample code that is written with test purpose appears with linenumbers framed and in italic.

  void test_addition(void) {
    int result;
    result = calculate(3,7,'+');

Everything that can be typed literally in testcode like macros, parameters and other code references appears in fixed type font e.g. test_addition()

The framework will generate log output. Samples of log output are shown framed without linenumbers.

   FAILED verify result
     expected .......... 10 (10)
     actual ............ -1

Commands that are to be given on a commandline is shown unframed in italic. Like it is shown below.

 testape gcc unit_a.c unit_d.c ad_test.c testape.a



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