Typemock Releases Isolator++ Version 3.6
August 17, 2017

Typemock announced the release of Isolator++ Version 3.6 which runs tests up to 90% faster than previous versions.

Typemock Isolator++ is a powerful and comprehensive unit testing framework, making unit testing C++ easy. It lets developers test code that was previously thought untestable, and thus able to find defects and bugs that were previously hidden. The Isolator++ mocking capabilities enable using existing binary executables or libraries and allow a modification of this library behavior in run time for testing. This serves to further enable agile adoption.

With the latest release, Typemock was able to dramatically shorten the time it takes to search for names, functions and other variables, thus speeding the overall testing run time by up to 90%.

"Quality and agility is necessary for any development process," notes Eli Lopian, CEO of Typemock. "Yet, many organizations leave their legacy code untested, due to the difficulty of testing and time taken to test existing code. Typemock Isolator++ solves the C++ problem, by allowing existing – otherwise untestable - code to be tested and, with the rrelease of this latest version, speeding up unit testing by up to 90%."

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