Capturing method arguments on your fakes (using FakeItEasy)

by Marcel Veldhuizen 18. September 2014 21:08

There are many isolation frameworks around that make writing unit tests relatively simple. It's highly unlikely that any single framework will meet all your needs, so writing your own utilities can be useful in order to make your tests easier to write and – perhaps more importantly – read.

I regularly find myself wanting to verify that a certain dependency is called in the right way by my system under test. This includes passed argument values, which can be complex objects themselves.


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Marcel Veldhuizen

Software Architect by profession, mostly focused on Microsoft .NET technology.

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