'CuTest' is a unit tesing library for the C language whose tests ensure that your code keeps working as you make small changes in it. They tell you which subroutine is broken, so you can more quickly figure out what's broken. You can also keep adding to your old code without worrying about bad interactions: if there is a bad interaction the tests will catch it. Finally, if every time a bug is reported you write a quick test, you will guarantee that the bug never reappears.
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released on 22 July 2010
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