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Using Constraints in Rhino Mocks

Posted by bsstahl on 2009-04-17 and Filed Under: development 

In Don't be afraid of complex constraints, Karl Seguin gives a nice overview of using constraints in Rhino Mocks to test complex unit interactions:

...complex constraints can be handled one of three different ways: using a partial mock and externalizing the parameter creation, using inline custom constraints or using full blown constraint objects.

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