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Date: 2018-07-26 \ Date: 2018-10-24 \
Git: <https://gitlab.com/mort96/blog/blob/published/content/00000-home/00012-snow-gdb-integration.md> Git: <https://gitlab.com/mort96/blog/blob/published/content/00000-home/00012-snow-gdb-integration.md>
(Previous posts about Snow: My main non-work project lately has been Snow, a unit testing framework for C.
[Obscure C features](https://mort.coffee/home/obscure-c-features/), (My last couple of blog posts have also been tangentially related to the
[C compiler quirks](https://mort.coffee/home/c-compiler-quirks/)) project, like
[Obscure C features](https://mort.coffee/home/obscure-c-features/) and
[C compiler quirks](https://mort.coffee/home/c-compiler-quirks/).)
This isn't a long-ish post like my last few posts, it's just a short post to This isn't a long-ish post like my last few posts, it's just a short post to
show off something I think is pretty cool. I added feature to Snow to break show off something I think is pretty cool. I added feature to Snow to break
before each failing test case, letting you step through the code and debug the before each failing test case, letting you step through the code and debug the
failing test with GDB. failing test with GDB. It's not an extremely complicated feature, but I haven't
seen it in testing frameworks before, and I think it could be very useful.
Here's a short demo: Here's a short demo:
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