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I have embedded system project, which I'm testing with Ceedling (=Unity and Cmock).
In one test case code under test is that simple:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-06 at 06:28
Instead of looking for a way to disable the warning, deal with the issue that the warning is about. That is, use the portable format specifiers from
inttypes.h. These are the most correct to use when printing the
I feel like this question has been asked a bunch of times, but none of the answers I have found seem to be working for me. I'm extremely new to CMake and C/C++ as I come from the world of Java, and am struggling to understand cmake and how it works.
Anyways, basically I have the folder structure below. This is an esp-idf project, so I don't know if that has anything to do with what I'm running into....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-09 at 13:46
The ESP-IDF build system is built on top of CMake. This means you can use all the standard features of CMake in your files. However, the the ESP-IDF system predefines many functions, and makes many assumptions about the layout of your project, supposedly to make things "easier". Instead of reading CMake documentation, start by reading and understanding the ESP-IDF build system documentation:
It looks to me like there is a particular layout expected for subcomponents, including the format of the
CMakeLists.txt file. Specifically, move
Metriful under a new directory called
components, or add
EXTRA_COMPONENT_DIRS near the top of your root
If Metriful is not written as an esp-idf component, this may not work. However, the document also describes how to link to "pure CMake" components, which will look something like this (at the end of your root
I'm working on unit tests for a c embedded project with Bazel, first I tested the code with Ceedling (Unity and cmock) and It worked. And now, I'm trying to merge to Bazel but I did not find any document about using ceedling with Bazel....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-24 at 16:03
I have made a quick research and it looks like there is no ceedling support for Bazel. You could write some custom rules for stuff you have mentioned, but I guess, that rewriting to Bazel rules will be much easier and maintainable
//myfuncs.h void func1(void); void func2(void;
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-02 at 06:01
To my knowledge, you can't. You must split the header file into two and generate mocks for once of them.
There are unit test frameworks that can mock one or more functions in a header file, Nala (which I'm maintaining) for example. But I guess you want to use CMock with Ceedling, so it's not really an option.
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