|> The Unit Test Framework > User's guide > Usage variants >|
The UTF presents you with 4 different variants how it can be used.
Unlike the Buridan's donkey though, you shouldn't have problems deciding which one to use, since there are clear reasons why would you prefer each one.
In most cases to compile a test module based on the UTF all you need to include is just the single header
boost/test/unit_test.hpp. This header includes internally most of the other
headers that contains the UTF definitions. Some advanced features, like the floating point comparison or the
logged expectations testing, are defined in independent headers and need to be included explicitly.