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This is the Ensure++ project ("ensure")
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A framework for Delayed Asserts and Design By Contract in C++. The framework is based on delaying the execution of asserts until specified points in time (i.e. exiting a function), achieving seperation of assert definition from validation. Implements full seperation of assert definition from validation, allowing for a contract clauses block at the beginning of each function that includes "ensure" checks on exiting the function. Currently supports most of the design by contract required checks (REQUIRE, ENSURE, INVARIANTs), an additional EXCEPTIONAL check (conditions that must hold when an exception occurs). Requires usage of either boost::lambda, boost::phoenix or the new c++11 lambda functions feature.
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