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00044 /* The purpose of this file is to allow for
00045 informative error reporting that will not abort a test program after a single
00046 error the way that an assert command does. */
00047 
00048 /* The macro takes two arguments.  The first is the error code to be examined.  The second is an int that can be viewed either as an error count, or as a bool that simply indicates if any errors have occurred as of the time that the macro was run (zero -> no prior errors, non-zero -> prior errors).  If the error code is > 0, it is interpreted as a warning, and the code is printed, but an error is not tallied.  If it is < 0, it is interpreted as an error.*/
00049 
00050 #ifndef EPETRA_TEST_ERR_H
00051 #define EPETRA_TEST_ERR_H
00052 #include "Epetra_ConfigDefs.h"
00053 using namespace std;
00054 // This function is to be used when first identifying an error.
00055 #define EPETRA_TEST_ERR(a,b) { { int epetra_testing_err = (a); \
00056   if (epetra_testing_err != 0) {\
00057     cerr << "Non zero error code " << epetra_testing_err << \
00058        ", file: " << __FILE__ << ", line: " << __LINE__ << endl;\
00059     if (epetra_testing_err < 0) {\
00060       (b)+=1;\
00061     }\
00062   }\
00063   }\
00064 }
00065 
00066 #endif /* EPETRA_TEST_ERR_H */
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