it is pretty new to me. if this is not good enough, just do s search on google.
Originally posted by Dale DeMott:
Are you sure Mock Objects will allow you to test static methods? In working w/Mock Objects, it is to my understanding that these objects mock the original objects so you can stub in the method calls. Does this hold for static methods as well?
i can not see static methods make big difference here...but i am not sure.
Car implements ICar
MockCar implements ICar
ICar car = new MockCar();
//The code below wouldn't know if 'car' is a mock or not.
This is usually how mock objects are used. (At least in our shop) This leaves out the ability to test static methods. Does anyone else have another method that might be more elegant?
[ May 08, 2003: Message edited by: Dale DeMott ]