[TIP] Flexmock 0.7.3 released

Herman Sheremetyev herman at swebpage.com
Thu Feb 24 09:11:05 PST 2011

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 12:48 AM, Michael Foord
<fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk> wrote:
> On 24/02/2011 15:40, Herman Sheremetyev wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 10:12 PM, Michael Foord
>> <fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk>  wrote:
>>> On 24/02/2011 13:10, Tim Golden wrote:
>>>> On 24/02/2011 13:03, Michael Foord wrote:
>>>>> On 24/02/2011 12:58, Jorge Vargas wrote:
>>>>>> This looks great. Thanks for the pointer I didn't knew it exist. I
>>>>>> particularly love this section of the docs
>>>>>> http://has207.github.com/flexmock/compare.html as it explains directly
>>>>>> how it's better (or worse) than the competition. Thanks for sharring !
>>>>> Although it doesn't compare with mock [1] or MiniMock [2], which are
>>>>> two
>>>>> of the most widely used Python mocking libraries. I think the compared
>>>>> examples are taken from Mox which doesn't compare against these either.
>>>> Michael: when you say "it doesn't compare with...", do you mean
>>>> "they offer no comparison to..." or "it's nowhere near as good as..."?
>>>> Just asking...
>>> Well... :-) It was in the context of the comparison page of the docs, so
>>> I'll leave you to draw your own conclusions.
>> And it definitely wouldn't be because you wrote one of those projects,
>> would it? ;)
> Of course not! I can't believe you would infer such a scandalous and
> outrageous slur on my character. I demand an apology. ;-)
>> I would love to get examples of both mock and minimock to add to the
>> comparison so if anyone out there is familiar with these libraries and
>> is willing to take a few minutes to shoot me an email, I would really
>> appreciate it!
> Man, I would love to do it. (And it should be contributed back to the Mox
> guys for their docs too.) Unfortunately the deadline for having my pycon
> talk written gets ever closer (on mock if any of you will be at pycon -
> obviously it will be an awesome talk and you should all come).
> If anyone else writes a comparison I'll be very happy to criticise (uh... I
> mean improve) their examples of using mock. :-)

I put up a few Mock examples. Comments welcome!




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