[rspec-users] Aidmock - safe mocking
wilkerlucio at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 09:26:40 EST 2011
I added a significant release of Aidmock today.
Now it supports an Automatic Interfacing feature. With this feature you can
use Aidmock without defining any interface at all, when Aidmock try to check
an interface, and it doesn't exists, Aidmock will automatic generate the
interface (of class, and all of it ancestors). It's not much precise as
manual one (I can't automatic detect return and argument types), but is an
easy way to start, with minimum setup at all. It also can't detect ghost
methods (methods implemented with method_missing).
What you guys think about this new feature?
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On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 4:11 AM, Wilker <wilkerlucio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks guys,
> When I said I'm not getting so much feedback, I was referring because more
> time ago I talked about it in a lot of other lists too, but I know it still
> a lot young, and need a lot of improvement too :)
> But you know, when we launch a new project we get a lot excited with it and
> expects more feedback as possible :)
> Any suggestions, critics, any kind of feedback will be really welcome :)
> Wilker Lúcio
> Kajabi Consultant
> +55 81 82556600
> On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 3:30 AM, Pat Maddox <patmaddox at me.com> wrote:
>> On Jan 18, 2011, at 2:30 PM, Wilker wrote:
>> > Yeah, unfortunately I'm not receiving too much feedback about it for
>> now, so, I'm just using for myself and trying to make it better. I will try
>> to spread more and more the idea, so make more people wanna try it, its a
>> different concept and I mean people still a little afraid to try it. But I
>> will keep going on it, I really believe in the idea :)
>> I'll give it a good mess around. It looks great.
>> And like David said, please don't be discouraged by the limited adoption
>> after two days ;)
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