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What C++ testing framework is Codewars.com using here?

 
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I can't seem to find the answer to this no matter what kind of search term I use.

This is what piqued my curiosity. This is the full test code and it runs! It doesn't seem to be any of the more popular C++ testing frameworks that a Google search turns up.

The only information from Codewars is that this is "Clang 8 C++17" -- I don't work with C++ much but some of my clients do so this might be useful information for them.
 
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Google links that turned up were broken. Just found the live link: https://github.com/Codewars/codewars.com/wiki/Language-Cpp

The answer to my question appears to be "Igloo and snowhouse" -- very cool   (pun intended).
 
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