I've grown completely dependent on unit testing.
I'm looking at some C code, and I want a unit testing framework. For pure C, I can find things like CuTest and CUnit. The documentation makes them look kind of shabby. Until I remembered what a simplistic language C is. Considering what they're working with, they're actually very cool.
I found a helpful posting on C++ unit testing tools. It provided some insight into C++. But this application is pure C.
I'm interested in replacing the shell script in CuTest with a Python application that does the same basic job. That's -- perhaps -- a low-value add-on. Perhaps I should look at CUnit and stay away from replacing the CuTest shell script with something a bit easier to maintain.