The library is supported on Linux, macOS, FreeBSD, and Windows.
The following compilers are supported to compile both the library and the tests:
GCC 4.9+ (Can be relaxed to GCC 4.6+ when not using C++)
MSVC 14+ (Included in Visual Studio 2015 or later)
Building from source¶
First, install dependencies:
CMake (for subprojects)
Other runtime dependencies will be bundled if they are not available on the system (BoxFort, debugbreak, klib, nanomsg, nanopb).
Clone this repository:
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/Snaipe/Criterion
Then, run the following commands to build Criterion:
$ meson build $ ninja -C build
Installing the library and language files (Linux, macOS, FreeBSD)¶
Run with an elevated shell:
$ ninja -C build install
On Linux systems, update the dynamic linker runtime bindings:
To compile your tests with Criterion, you need to make sure to:
Add the include directory to the header search path
Install the library to your library search path
Link Criterion to your executable.
This should be all you need.