October 4, 2009 22:14
About 9 months ago I posted a comparison of different mocking frameworks. A lot has changed since then - armloads of bugfixes, gratifying influx of new features, and even a new mocking framework (!) - so time is ripe for a new comparison.
But before I move on, here's a very brief list of changes.
January 18, 2009 22:41
Finishing off this lengthy soliloquy about different mocking frameworks, here's a small summary.
Comparison of different mocking frameworks. NMock2 vs Moq vs Rhino Mocks vs Typemock Isolator - it's all here.
[Update: there's a new comparison available]
January 4, 2009 19:31
In June 1917, one Russian deputy said that there was no political party willing to demand that the Provisional Government resign and hand power over to it. It was said on a public meeting, and suddenly Vladimir Lenin stood up and called out: "There is such a party!"
In January 2007, Ayende Rahien said that all mocking frameworks, either explicitly or implicitly, use Record/Replay model on mocked objects. It was stated in Rhino Mocks documentation, and suddenly (er, 11 months later) Daniel Cazzulino stood up and said on his blog: "Well, it's not true anymore".
That's the story.