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Sunday April 28, 2002
03:04 AM

Perl Mock Objects Make Testing Easier

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I've added documentation to Test::MockObject, added two handy new functions, and bumped up the version number by 0.01. It's ready to be used. Now to write an article that explains the why, as the what is already documented. (Oh yeah, and the buglet in Test::More has been fixed, so the prerequisite is set in my Makefile.PL. Nice.)

Not having learned my lesson last time, I also wrote half of a book outline before giving up for the day.

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  • I'm going to play around with this today. I like being able to emulate modules easily. And I (re)discovered the isa_ok() and can_ok() methods of Test::More. Now I'm off to add them to the tests I wrote yesterday!
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    "Perl users are the Greatful Dead fans of computer science." --slashdot comment