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Import the package

You can import pid-tests as usual with PID. In the root CMakelists.txt file of your package, after the package declaration you have to write something like:

PID_Dependency(pid-tests)

It will try to install last version of the package.

If you want a specific version (recommended), for instance the currently last released version:

PID_Dependency(pid-tests VERSION 0.1)

Notice that PID will automatically install the last available patch version of the package when configuring the project with the option REQUIRED_PACKAGES_AUTOMATIC_DOWNLOAD to ON (default value).

Components

catch2-main

This is a static library (set of header files and an archive of binary objects).

default main function to run Catch2-based unit tests and micro benchmarks

Details

Please look at this page to get more information.

include directive :

Not specified (dangerous). You can try including any or all of these headers:

CMake usage :

In the CMakeLists.txt files of your applications and tests, or those of your libraries that do not export the dependency:

PID_Component_Dependency(
				COMPONENT	your component name
				DEPEND	catch2-main
				PACKAGE	pid-tests)

In the CMakeLists.txt files of libraries exporting the dependency :

PID_Component_Dependency(
				COMPONENT	your component name
				EXPORT	catch2-main
				PACKAGE	pid-tests)

pid-tests

This is a pure header library (no binary).

gather all test related components for ease of use

exported dependencies:

include directive :

Not specified (dangerous). You can try including any or all of these headers:

CMake usage :

In the CMakeLists.txt files of your applications and tests, or those of your libraries that do not export the dependency:

PID_Component_Dependency(
				COMPONENT	your component name
				DEPEND	pid-tests
				PACKAGE	pid-tests)

In the CMakeLists.txt files of libraries exporting the dependency :

PID_Component_Dependency(
				COMPONENT	your component name
				EXPORT	pid-tests
				PACKAGE	pid-tests)