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How to start working with Isolator++

First step: Creating a Unit Test Project
1. Open Visual Studio, click ‘File’ and create a new ‘Native Unit Test Project’. This will create the unit test project, class and method.

2. Add Typemock References:

On ‘Project’ click on ‘Properties’.

a) Include the .h file:
Under the C/C++ General section, in the Additional Include Directories add:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Typemock\Isolator++\include\ForTests


b) Include lib:

Under the Linker Input Section, in the “Additional Dependencies” add:
“C:\Program Files (x86)\Typemock\Isolator++\bin\IsolatorCore.lib”

Note: for 64bit use: “$(ProgramFiles)\Typemock\Isolator++\bin\x64\IsolatorCore.lib”

c) Copy dll to output:
Under Build Events, Post-Build Event, add this Command Line:
copy “C:\Program Files (x86)\Typemock\Isolator++\bin\IsolatorCore.dll” “$(TargetDir)”

Note: for the 64 bit version copy the dll from the x64 folder

Second Step: Writing Isolated Unit Tests:
1. In the unit test class add the following:
#include “isolator.h”
2. Write your test using these three parts:
a) Arrange – setup behavior of your fakes
b) Act – call your code
c) Assert – check that your code works

3. Remember to always add ISOLATOR_CLEANUP() After every test.

Simple test Examples
in the following examples we use the following methods of class Person:

1. In this example, we both change the behavior of the public method, and assert it was called.

2. In this example, we fake the private overloaded method CanPing

Happy unit testing!