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VectorCAST C++ 14 Support for Variable Templates

Last updated: 2019-10-02

C++ 14 Variable Templates in VectorCAST 2018 SP3 now has support for:

  1. Environments with source code containing non-const template variables.
  2. Template variables in the Parameter Tree with template parameters.
  3. Importing Template variables in test scripts (.tst).

Example code for Variable Templates:

#include <type_traits>
#include <string>

struct WantName {};
struct WantDir {};

template <typename Tag, typename ... Tags>
const std::string config_data = config_data<Tag> + '\n' + config_data<Tags...>;

template <>
const std::string config_data<WantName> = "Name: grep";

template <>
const std::string config_data<WantDir> = "Directory: /usr/bin/";

std::string templated_variables_test(int n) {
  std::string ret;
  if(n > 0) {
    ret = config_data<WantDir, WantName>;
  else if(n == 0) {
    ret = config_data<WantDir>;
  else {
    ret = config_data<WantName>;
  return ret;


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