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Exit Test Harness Cleanly when Calling a Stubbed Function

Last updated: 2019-10-31
Is there a way to make VectorCAST exit the test harness cleanly when calling a stubbed function?

Yes, in configure stubs user code (Environment | Configure Stubs | Edit) for the stubbed function, insert the following code:

void VCAST_driver_termination(int status, int eventCode);
void vCAST_SET_HISTORY (int VC_U, int VC_S);
extern unsigned short VCAST_GLOBALS_DISPLAY;

If you would like to set an expected value for the parameter passed to the call to exit, you will need to enter the above user code in the End Of Stubs user code section.
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