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how and should I 'unit test' an entire package?

I'm still learning to be good about doing unit level testing, as I've always been a little sloppy about only doing functional testing in the past, so I want to double check I'm doing this 'right'. I ...
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3answers
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Mocking static methods

Having recently returned from a Test Driven Development (TDD) course I had the following thought. While writing unit tests using Mockito we came up against of the problem of mocking static methods. ...
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1answer
110 views

Method visibility for testing partial mocks

I'm currently writing unit tests to test behavior of a method and would like to partially mock the methods calling injected properties. For example: public void doSomething() { int complicatedInt ...
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Is this an appropriate use of Mockito's reset method?

I have a private method in my test class that constructs a commonly used Bar object. The Bar constructor calls someMethod() method in my mocked object: private @Mock Foo mockedObject; // My mocked ...
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Mocking concrete class - Not recommended

I've just read an excerpt of "Growing Object-Oriented Software" book which explains some reasons why mocking concrete class is not recommended. Here some sample code of a unit-test for the ...
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7answers
847 views

Is mocking for unit testing appropriate in this scenario?

I have written around 20 methods in Java and all of them call some web services. None of these web services are available yet. To carry on with the server side coding, I hard-coded the results that ...
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4answers
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How would a new language look if it was designed from scratch to be easy to TDD?

With the some most common languages (Java, C#, Java, etc) it sometimes seems that you are working at odds with the language when you want to fully TDD your code. For example, in Java and C# you will ...