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       cgreen-runner - an auto-discovering runner for the Cgreen unittest and mocking framework


       cgreen-runner  [--colour]  [--xml prefix] [--suite name] [--verbose] [--no-run] [--help] (
       LIBRARY [test] )+


       Cgreen is a framework for creating and running compact and easy-to-read  unittests  for  C
       and/or   C++.   After   compiling   your   tests   and  linking  them  together  with  the
       code/class/subject under test (CUT/SUT) into a shared dynamically loadable LIBRARY you can
       auto-discover  and  run  all  tests using the cgreen-runner without having to manually add
       each and every test that you write to a suite programmatically.

       This makes the TDD cycle even faster and less error-prone, one less thing to remember.

       Discover and run all, or a single named, cgreen test(s) from one or  multiple  dynamically
       loadable library.

       A  single test can be run using the form [<context>:]<name> where <context> can be omitted
       if there is no context.


       -c, --colours/colors
              Use colours to emphasis result (requires ANSI-capable terminal)

       -x, --xml prefix
              Instead of  messages  on  stdout,  write  results  into  one  XML-file  per  suite,
              compatible with Hudson/Jenkins CI. The filename(s) will be 'prefix-<suite>.xml'

       -s, --suite name
              Give the top level suite name instead of the name in the LIBRARY.

       -n, --no-run
              Don't run the tests.

       -v, --verbose
              Show progress information during run.

       -V, --version
              Show version information and exit.

       -h, --help
              Print some usage information and exit.



       The  full documentation for cgreen-runner and the Cgreen framework is in the Cgreen manual
       available at GitHub ⟨⟩.