You can test Visual C++ applications that use the wxWidget framework.
To get access to a wxWidget application’s internal properties, fields and methods from tests, you can use one of the following approaches:
Use special interfaces to work with objects in wxWidgets C++ applications. The interfaces open only public elements of certain supported types. User-defined class members have no predefined interfaces, they are not available to TestLeft.
Compile your wxWidgets C++ application with external debug information to access the application’s public, protected, and private elements.