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Name: Catch2-devel Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.13.7 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Wed Aug 11 11:51:34 2021
Group: Unspecified Build host: armbuild21
Size: 974002 Source RPM: Catch2-2.13.7-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: A modern, C++-native, header-only, test framework for unit-tests, TDD and BDD
Catch2 stands for C++ Automated Test Cases in a Header and is a multi-paradigm
test framework for C++. which also supports Objective-C (and maybe C).
It is primarily distributed as a single header file, although certain
extensions may require additional headers.






* Thu Aug 05 2021 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 2.13.7
    * Added missing `<iterator>` include in benchmarking.
    * Fixed noexcept build with benchmarking enabled.
    * Fixed build for compilers with C++17 support but without
      C++17 library support.
    * JUnit only uses 3 decimal places when reporting durations.
    * `!mayfail` tagged tests are now marked as `skipped` in JUnit
      reporter output.
* Mon May 03 2021 Ferdinand Thiessen <>
  - Update to version 2.13.6
    * Disabling all signal handlers no longer breaks compilation
    * catch_discover_tests should handle escaped semicolon (;) better
* Tue Apr 13 2021 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 2.13.5
    * Added workaround for bug in XLC
    * Add detection for LCC when it is masquerading as GCC
    * Modified posix signal handling so it supports newer libcs
      + `MINSIGSTKSZ` was no longer usable in constexpr context.
    * Fixed compilation of benchmarking when `min` and `max`
      macros are defined
      + Including `windows.h` without `NOMINMAX` remains a really
      bad idea, don't do it
    * `Catch2WithMain` target (static library) is no longer built
      by default
      + Building it by default was at best unnecessary overhead
      for people not using it, and at worst it caused trouble
      with install paths
      + To have it built, set CMake option
    * The check whether Catch2 is being built as a subproject is
      now more reliable
      + The problem was that if the variable name used internally
      was defined the project including Catch2 as subproject, it
      would not be properly overwritten for Catch2's CMake.
    version 2.13.4
    * Improved the hashing algorithm used for shuffling test cases
      + `TEST_CASE`s that differ only in the last character should
      be properly shuffled
      + Note that this means that v2.13.4 gives you a different
      order of test cases than 2.13.3, even given the same seed.
    * Deprecated `ParseAndAddCatchTests` CMake integration
      + It is impossible to implement it properly for all the
      different test case variants Catch2 provides, and there
      are better options provided.
      + Use `catch_discover_tests` instead, which uses runtime
      information about available tests.
    * Fixed bug in `catch_discover_tests` that would cause it to
      fail when used in specific project structures
    * Added Bazel build file
    * Added an experimental static library target to CMake
* Tue Dec 01 2020
  - Update to version 2.13.3
    * Fixed possible infinite loop when combining generators with
      section filter (`-c` option)
    * Fixed `ParseAndAddCatchTests` not finding `TEST_CASE`s
      without tags
    * `ParseAndAddCatchTests` supports `CMP0110` policy for
      changing behaviour of `add_test`
      + This was the shortlived change in CMake 3.18.0 that
      temporarily broke `ParseAndAddCatchTests`
    version 2.13.2
    * Implemented workaround for NVCC ICE
    * Fixed detection of `std::uncaught_exceptions` support under
      non-msvc platforms
    * `catch_discover_tests` has been improved significantly
      + You can now specify which reporter should be used
      + You can now modify where the output will be written
      + `WORKING_DIRECTORY` setting is respected
    * `ParseAndAddCatchTests` now supports `TEMPLATE_TEST_CASE`
    * Various documentation fixes and improvements
    version 2.13.1
    * `ParseAndAddCatchTests` handles CMake v3.18.0 correctly
    * Improved autodetection of `std::byte`
    * Simplified implementation of templated test cases
      + This should have a tiny positive effect on its compilation
    * Automatic stringification of ranges handles sentinel ranges
* Fri Aug 14 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 2.13.0
    * `GENERATE` can now follow a `SECTION` at the same level of
      + The `SECTION`(s) before the `GENERATE` will not be run
      multiple times, the following ones will.
    * Added `-D`/`--min-duration` command line flag
      + If a test takes longer to finish than the provided value,
      its name and duration will be printed.
      + This flag is overriden by setting `-d`/`--duration`.
    * `TAPReporter` no longer skips successful assertions
    version 2.12.4:
    * `GENERATE` nested in a for loop no longer creates multiple
    * Fixed copy paste error breaking `TEMPLATE_TEST_CASE_SIG` for
      6 or more arguments
    * Fixed potential UB when handling non-ASCII characters in CLI
    * There can be multiple calls to `GENERATE` on a single line
    * Improved `fno-except` support for platforms that do not
      provide shims for exception-related std functions
      + E.g. the Green Hills C++ compiler
    * XmlReporter now also reports test-case-level statistics
      + This is done via a new element, `OverallResultsCases`
    * Added `.clang-format` file to the repo
    * Rewrote contributing docs
      + They should explain the different levels of testing and so
      on much better
    version 2.12.2:
    * Fixed compilation failure if `is_range` ADL found deleted
    * Fixed potential UB in `CAPTURE` if the expression contained
      non-ASCII characters
    * `std::result_of` is not used if `std::invoke_result` is
    * JUnit reporter writes out `status` attribute for tests
    * Suppresed clang-tidy's `hicpp-vararg` warning
      + Catch2 was already suppressing the
      `cppcoreguidelines-pro-type-vararg` alias of the warning
    version 2.12.1:
    * Vector matchers now support initializer list literals better
    * Added support for `^` (bitwise xor) to `CHECK` and `REQUIRE`
    version 2.12.0:
    * Running tests in random order (`--order rand`) has been
      reworked significantly
      + Given same seed, all platforms now produce the same order
      + Given same seed, the relative order of tests does not
      change if you select only a subset of them
    * Vector matchers support custom allocators
    * `|` and `&` (bitwise or and bitwise and) are now supported
      in `CHECK` and `REQUIRE`
      + The resulting type must be convertible to `bool`
    * Fixed computation of benchmarking column widths in
    * Suppressed clang-tidy's `cppcoreguidelines-pro-type-vararg`
      in assertions
      + It was a false positive trigered by the new warning
      support workaround
    * Fixed bug in test specification parser handling of OR'd
      patterns using escaping
    * Worked around IBM XL's codegen bug
      + It would emit code for _destructors_ of temporaries in an
      unevaluated context
    * Improved detection of stdlib's support for
    version 2.11.2:
    * GCC and Clang now issue warnings for suspicious code in
      + E.g. `REQUIRE( int != unsigned int )` will now issue mixed
      signedness comparison warning
      + This has always worked on MSVC, but it now also works for
      GCC and current Clang versions
    * Colorization of "Test filters" output should be more robust
    * `--wait-for-keypress` now also accepts `never` as an option
    * Reporters no longer round-off nanoseconds when reporting
      benchmarking results
    * It is now possible to customize benchmark's warm-up time
      when running the test binary
      + `--benchmark-warmup-time {ms}`
    * User can now specify how Catch2 should break into debugger
    * Fixes missing `<random>` include in benchmarking
    * Fixed missing `<iterator>` include in benchmarking
    * Hidden test cases are now also tagged with `[!hide]` as per
    * Detection of whether libc provides `std::nextafter` has been
    * Composing already-composed matchers no longer modifies the
      partially-composed matcher expression
      + This bug has been present for the last ~2 years and nobody
      reported it
    version 2.11.1:
    * `google-build-using-namespace` clang-tidy warning is
    * `ObjectStorage` now behaves properly in `const` contexts
    * `GENERATE_COPY(a, b)` now compiles properly
    * Some more cleanups in the benchmarking support
* Wed Jan 08 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Use only %license
* Wed Dec 25 2019 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 2.11.0
    * JUnit reporter output now contains more details in case of
      failure (#1347, #1719)
    * Added SonarQube Test Data reporter (#1738)
      + It is in a separate header, just like the TAP, Automake,
      and TeamCity reporters
    * `range` generator now allows floating point numbers (#1776)
    * Reworked part of internals to increase throughput
    * The single header version should contain full benchmarking
      support (#1800)
    * `[.foo]` is now properly parsed as `[.][foo]` when used on
      the command line (#1798)
    * Fixed compilation of benchmarking on platforms where
      `steady_clock::period` is not `std::nano` (#1794)
    version 2.10.2
    * Catch2 will now compile on platform where `INFINITY` is
      double (#1782)
    * Warning suppressed during listener registration will no
      longer leak
    version 2.10.1
    * Catch2 now guards itself against `min` and `max` macros from
      `windows.h` (#1772)
    * Templated tests will now compile with ICC (#1748)
    * `WithinULP` matcher now uses scientific notation for
      stringification (#1760)
    * Templated tests no longer trigger `-Wunused-templates`
    * Suppressed clang-analyzer false positive in context getter
      (#1230, #1735)
    * CMake no longer prohibits in-tree build when Catch2 is used
      as a subproject (#1773, #1774)
    version 2.10.0
    * `TEMPLATE_LIST_TEST_CASE` now properly handles non-copyable
      and non-movable types (#1729)
    * Fixed compilation error on Solaris caused by a system header
      defining macro `TT` (#1722, #1723)
    * `REGISTER_ENUM` will now fail at compilation time if the
      registered enum is too large
    * Removed use of `std::is_same_v` in C++17 mode (#1757)
    * Fixed parsing of escaped special characters when reading
      test specs from a file (#1767, #1769)
    * Trailing and leading whitespace in test/section specs are
      now ignored.
    * Writing to Android debug log now uses `__android_log_write`
      instead of `__android_log_print`
    * Android logging support can now be turned on/off at compile
      time (#1743)
    * Added a generator that returns elements of a range
      + Use via `from_range(from, to)` or `from_range(container)`
    * Added support for CRTs that do not provide `std::nextafter`
      + They must still provide global `nextafter{f,l,}`
    * Special cased `Approx(inf)` not to match non-infinite values
      + Very strictly speaking this might be a breaking change,
      but it should match user expectations better
    * The output of benchmarking through the Console reporter when
      `--benchmark-no-analysis` is set is now much simpler (#1768)
    * Added a matcher that can be used for checking an exceptions
      message (#1649, #1728)
      + The matcher helper function is called `Message`
      + The exception must publicly derive from `std::exception`
      + The matching is done exactly, including case and whitespace
    * Added a matcher that can be used for checking relative
      equality of floating point numbers (#1746)
      + Unlike `Approx`, it considers both sides when determining
      the allowed margin
      + Special cases `NaN` and `INFINITY` to match user
      + The matcher helper function is called `WithinRel`
    * The ULP matcher now allows for any possible distance between
      the two numbers
    * The random number generators now use Catch-global instance
      of RNG (#1734, #1736)
      + This means that nested random number generators actually
      generate different numbers
    * In-repo PNGs have been optimized to lower overhead of using
      Catch2 via git clone
    * Catch2 now uses its own implementation of the URBG concept
      + In the future we also plan to use our own implementation
      of the distributions from `<random>` to provide
      cross-platform repeatability of random results
    version 2.9.2
    * `ChunkGenerator` can now be used with chunks of size 0
    * Nested subsections are now run properly when specific
      section is run via the `-c` argument (#1670, #1673)
    * Catch2 now consistently uses `_WIN32` to detect Windows
      platform (#1676)
    * `TEMPLATE_LIST_TEST_CASE` now support non-default
      constructible type lists (#1697)
    * Fixed a crash in the XMLReporter when a benchmark throws
      exception during warmup (#1706)
    * Fixed a possible infinite loop in CompactReporter (#1715)
    * Fixed `-w NoTests` returning 0 even when no tests were
      matched (#1449, #1683, #1684)
    * Fixed matcher compilation under Obj-C++ (#1661)
    * `RepeatGenerator` and `FixedValuesGenerator` now fail to
      compile when used with `bool` (#1692)
      + Previously they would fail at runtime.
    * Catch2 now supports Android's debug logging for its debug
      output (#1710)
    * Catch2 now detects and configures itself for the RTX
      platform (#1693)
      + You still need to pass `--benchmark-no-analysis` if you
      are using benchmarking under RTX
    * Removed a "storage class is not first" warning when
      compiling Catch2 with PGI compiler (#1717)
    * Documentation now contains indication when a specific
      feature was introduced (#1695)
      + These start with Catch2 v2.3.0, (a bit over a year ago).
      + `docs/` has been updated to provide
      contributors guidance on how to add these to newly written
    * Various other documentation improvements
      + ToC fixes
      + Documented `--order` and `--rng-seed` command line options
      + Benchmarking documentation now clearly states that it
      requires opt-in
      + Documented `CATCH_CONFIG_CPP17_OPTIONAL` and
      `CATCH_CONFIG_CPP17_BYTE` macros
      + Properly documented built-in vector matchers
      + Improved `*_THROWS_MATCHES` documentation a bit
    * CMake config file is now arch-independent even if
      `CMAKE_SIZEOF_VOID_P` is in CMake cache (#1660)
    * `CatchAddTests` now properly escapes `[` and `]` in test
      names (#1634, #1698)
    * Reverted `CatchAddTests` adding tags as CTest labels (#1658)
      + The script broke when test names were too long
      + Overwriting `LABELS` caused trouble for users who set them
      + CMake does not let users append to `LABELS` if the test
      name has spaces
    version 2.9.1
    * Fix benchmarking compilation failure in files without
      `CATCH_CONFIG_EXTERNAL_INTERFACES` (or implementation)
    version 2.9.0
    * The experimental benchmarking support has been replaced by
      integrating Nonius code (#1616)
      + This provides a much more featurefull micro-benchmarking
      + Due to the compilation cost, it is disabled by default.
      See the documentation for details.
      + As far as backwards compatibility is concerned, this
      feature is still considered experimental in that we might
      change the interface based on user feedback.
    * `WithinULP` matcher now shows the acceptable range (#1581)
    * Template test cases now support type lists (#1627)
    version 2.8.0
    * Templated test cases no longer check whether the provided
      types are unique (#1628)
      + This allows you to e.g. test over `uint32_t`, `uint64_t`,
      and `size_t` without compilation failing
    * The precision of floating point stringification can be
      modified by user (#1612, #1614)
    * We now provide `REGISTER_ENUM` convenience macro for
      generating `StringMaker` specializations for enums
      + See the "String conversion" documentation for details
    * Added new set of macros for template test cases that enables
      the use of NTTPs (#1531, #1609)
      + See "Test cases and sections" documentation for details
    * `UNSCOPED_INFO` macro now has a
      prefixed/disabled/prefixed+disabled versions (#1611)
    * Reporting errors at startup should no longer cause a
      segfault under certain circumstances (#1626)
    * CMake will now prevent you from attempting in-tree build
      (#1636, #1638)
      + Previously it would break with an obscure error message
      during the build step
  - Drop _service file
* Sat May 18 2019 Kira Marie Backes <> - 2.7.2
  - Finalize .spec of Catch2 v 2.7.2
* Sat May 18 2019 Kira Marie Backes <>
  - Try to setup Catch2 as OBS project



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