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CVS commit: pkgsrc/devel/ruby-mocha
Module Name: pkgsrc
Committed By: taca
Date: Mon Sep 15 08:49:50 UTC 2008
pkgsrc/devel/ruby-mocha: Makefile PLIST distinfo
Update ruby-mocha package to 0.9.1.
= 0.9.1 (r349)
* Fixed bug #21465 - expects & stubs should support method names as strings (as
well as symbols) or fail fast. Convert all expectation method names to a symbol
in case they were supplied as a string.
* By removing Mock#unexpected_method_called we reduce the number of methods
vulnerable to the problem that surfaced in bug #21563.
* Fix bug #21563 - stubbing 'verified?' method is unsafe. Instance method names
on the Mock class should be more obscure.
* Performance improvement. StubbaExampleTest goes twice as fast on my local
* Added primitive performance test to default rake task.
* Fix format of case statements which don't work in Ruby 1.9 and make others
* There is no point in running (potentially expensive) checks if configuration
is set to allow such checks to fail. This is a relatively quick fix in response
to Chris McGrath's performance problems.
* Fix for bug #21161 - 'uninitialized constant Deprecation in stubba.rb'.
* It's more readable to talk about 'once' and 'twice' rather than '1 time' and
* Fix bug #20883 - never should raise when called to prevent follow up errors.
Fail fast when there are no matching invokable expectations and handle the
stub_everything case sensibly. This might not be entirely backwards compatible,
but I think the benefits outweigh the risks. The most likely change is that a
test that was already failing will now fail faster, which doesn't seem so awful.
= 0.9.0 (r316)
* Configurable warnings or errors
* when a method on a non-public method is stubbed
* when a method on a non-existent method is stubbed
* when a method on a non-mock object is stubbed
* when a method is stubbed unnecessarily (i.e. the stubbed method is not
called during the test)
* Improved error messages
* User-friendly list of unsatisfied expectations, satisfied expectations and
* Improved readability of cardinality description.
* Display sensible failure message for any_instance expectations e.g.
"#<AnyInstance:Foo>.bar - expected calls: 1, actual calls: 0"
* Parameter matchers
* New to this release
* optionally (allows matching of optional parameters if available)
* yaml_equivalent (allows matching of YAML that represents the specified
* responds_with (tests the quack not the duck)
* Nesting of parameter matchers is now supported.
* Optional block passed into mock initializer is evaluated in the context of
the new mock instance and can be used as a shortcut to set up expectations.
* Added JMock-style sequences for constraining the order of expected
invocations. See Standalone#sequence and Expectation#in_sequence.
* Added JMock-style states for constraining the order of expected invocations.
See Standalone#states, Expectation#then, Expectation#when and StateMachine.
* Compatibility with versions of Ruby
* Compatibility with Ruby v1.9. All test errors and warnings fixed.
* Nasty fix so that TestCaseAdaptor works consistently with earlier versions
of Test::Unit as well as more recent versions.
* Added platform to gem specification to avoid bug in rubygems 0.9.5 - see
* Make ExpectationRaiser deal with subclasses of Interrupt which seem to need
a message supplied in the raise statement in Ruby 1.8.6 (but not 1.8.4 or 1.9).
Not sure this is really Mocha's responsibility.
* Added deprecation warning in stubba.rb which is no longer needed and will be
* Supply positioning information to evals to improve any error messages. See
* Bug fixes
* 18914 in revision 296 -
* 18917 in revision 295 -
* 18336 in revision 287 -
* 17835 in revision 255 -
* 17412 in revision 242 -
* 15977 in revision 198 -
* 11885 in revision 156 -
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