Is there any way to use get_test_property to report the program to be run to execute the test?
Background: I’m using one of the standard workarounds for the current inability to make Ctest tests depend on the building of CMake targets: defining a custom “check” target that runs CTest to run the tests, and hanging the exec dependencies on the check target. I’m trying to use the TESTS directory property introduced in 3.12 to automatically add build target dependencies to the “check” target, without having to add more per-test logic (or the gnarly trick we’re currently using of wrapping add_test and calling _add_test.) I can use the TESTS property to get a list of tests, but thus far I’ve not found a way to extract from the test definition the information about what program (really, add_executable target) it is slated to be run. Does anybody know of a way to extract that information? I found https://cmake.org/cmake/help/latest/manual/cmake-properties.7.html#properties-on-tests but none of those seem to be what I need…