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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • That's the one thing I hate about writing NUnit tests...not being able to Mock when I need to without it turning into a science fair project.

    The later verison of TypeMock.NET do allow you to mock classed without interfaces. Last I checked, it still had a problem with mocking a superclass of a current class, or maybe that's a superclass that is in unmanaged code.

    Either way, much harder than in Perl TDD...and I sure do miss local() sometimes too.
    • I like that – mocking a .NET class as a science fair project. That kind of annoyance is what prompted the essay, as I think the .NET team just didn't think through all the implications of their design.