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dpisoni (6979)

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"Scoping token" for class constructor mocking , 2006.10.26 18:52 (3 comments)

I have no idea if this is silly, or if everyone-and-their-dog already does this, or if this is novel. Basically, I wanted a way to have a "controlled scope" ...

dpisoni's Comments

Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Must have linked against mod_1337  2007.08.10 8:12  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: as if by random
Signing worked for us... once  2007.01.07 17:25 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Offspring and sign language
Reminds me of a recent Daily WTF...  2006.11.01 20:04  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: On Cobol
Object::Destroyer seems similar  2006.10.28 23:51  1
Scoping token in action  2006.10.26 23:50  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: "Scoping token" for class constructor mocking
Re:Other possibilities  2006.10.26 19:00  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: say what you mean
"Changes" is about "versions" not "revisions"  2006.08.30 15:34  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: How not to do Changes files
Bactrial Camel book?  2006.08.18 13:23  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Chicago.pm adopts a camel
Re:Conflicting reports  2006.08.14 16:18  1
Re:Conflicting reports  2006.08.14 14:37 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: hand baggage
Re:CPAN is the language, Perl 6 is a syntax.  2006.07.15 15:31  1
One opinion I left out...  2006.07.15 15:03  1
Re:Many levels of belief and disbelief.....  2006.07.15 14:59  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Perl 6 and parrot outsider observations @YAPC::NA
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