Facon is a mocking library in the spirit of the Bacon spec library. Small, compact, and works with Bacon and MacBacon.
To use Facon with Bacon, simply
require 'facon' and you're done.
You can now write Bacon specs like this (in RSpec-like style):
require 'bacon' require 'facon' describe 'PersonController' do before do @konata = mock('konata', :id => 1, :name => 'Konata Izumi') @kagami = mock('kagami', :id => 2, :name => 'Kagami Hiiragi') end it "should find all people on GET to 'index'" do Person.should.receive(:find).with(:all).and_return([@konata, @kagami]) get('/people/index') end it "should find the person with id of 1 on Get to 'show/1'" do Person.should.receive(:find).with(1).and_return(@konata) get('/people/show/1') end it "knows how many times we call a method" do Person.should.receive(:find).at_least(3) Person.list end it "can use at_most" do Person.should.receive(:find).at_most(3) Person.list end end
For now, more examples can be found in the specs included with the Facon gem. I promise to get better examples into the documentation!
See Facon::Baconize for more documentation on using Facon with Bacon.
- Ruby (check Travis CI builds for which versions are supported)
- Bacon (optional, required for running specs)
Compatibility with Bacon
When used with Bacon, Facon uses some Bacon hooks, which unfortunately causes some compatibility issues with new versions of Bacon. Use this compatibility chart to find out which versions of Facon to install when running with Bacon.
Facon version -- Bacon version <= 0.3.x -- 0.9 (only tested with 0.9 but might work with earlier versions of Bacon) 0.4 -- 1.0, 1.1
Simply install the gem:
gem install facon
Or add it to your Gemfile:
The Source Code
You can get the latest trunk from the Git repository on Github: https://github.com/chuyeow/facon
- test/unit and RSpec integration.
- Remove the
- Throw away unnecessary code.
- James Tucker for #times, #once, #never expectation matchers.
- Peter Kim for MacBacon support.
- Yossef Mendelssohn for Ruby 1.9.2 compatibility fixes.
- Ivan Acosta-Rubio for at_most and at_least expectations.
- RSpec for creating spec/mocks, from which a lot of the code for Facon is stolen.
- [Christian Neukirchen]((https://github.com/chneukirchen) for creating Bacon.
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Copyright (c) 2008 Cheah Chu Yeow
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