Preparing Visual C++ Applications for Testing

Applies to TestLeft 15.10, last modified on November 16, 2021

This section describes how to prepare Visual C++ (unmanaged) applications compiled with various versions of Visual C++ compilers for testing.

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When You Need to Prepare Visual C++ Applications

Explains when you need to prepare your Visual C++ application for testing.

Preparing Visual C++ 8.0 - 12.0, 14.0 - 16.0 Applications (Unmanaged Code) for Testing

Explains how to add debug information to an application created in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 - 2019 so that your tests have access to all internal members of the application’s objects.

Preparing Visual C++ 7.x Applications (Unmanaged Code) for Testing

Explains how to add debug information to an application created in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2002 or 2003 so that your tests have access to all internal members of the application’s objects.

Preparing Visual C++ Applications Created With Intel C++ for Testing

Explains how to add debug information to an application created with the Intel C++ compiler, so that your tests have access to all internal members of the application’s objects.

Preparing Rogue Wave Stingray Objective Grid (C++) Controls for Testing

Explains how to re-compile Rogue Wave Stingray Objective Grid components with debug information so that TestLeft gets access to such components in the tested Visual C++ application.

Downloading MFC Debug Information

Describes the prerequisites for automating MFC controls in Visual C++ applications that use MFC in a shared DLL.

Preparing wxWidgets Visual C++ Applications for Testing

Describes how TestLeft supports Visual C++ applications that use the wxWidgets framework.
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