[rspec-users] Deprecating the mocking framework?

Jonathan Linowes jonathan at parkerhill.com
Tue Sep 4 07:44:28 EDT 2007


Personally, I dont want to become an expert at the range of possible  
testing and mocking tools. I just want a solid framework to get my  
work done, recommended by experts like you. And the less different  
components I need to install and maintain, the better. So I prefer  
the integrated approach we've had in Rspec up to now.

Jonathan


On Sep 3, 2007, at 12:08 AM, Zach Dennis wrote:

> On 9/2/07, Andrew WC Brown <omen.king at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think that makes sense.
>>
>> Which do you recommend? Flexmock or Mocha?
>>
>
> I wouldn't recommend either of them by themselves, at least the
> current way they sit.
>
> Jim Weirich may be adding globally ordered strict mocks, which if he
> does then I think Flexmock will be the first mocking library in ruby
> to cover all mocking needs (as far as I know).
>
> Mocha (and RSpec mocks too) don't support globally strict ordered
> mocks. Hardmock is another mocking library which is just strict
> mocking (no stubs, no partial mocks). Right now I prefer Mocha +
> Hardmock, but I'm eagerly awaiting to see if Flexmock gets globally
> strict ordered mocks.
>
> Zach Dennis
> http://www.continuousthinking.com
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