For more examples, see the unit tests
Mock is a person who listens carefully but never says anything. You can say anything to Mock, but you'll only get crickets back.
mock = Grasshopper::Mock.new mock.hello #=> nil mock.how_are_you? #=> nil Grasshopper::Mock.verify(mock).hello # yes, someone did tell me hello. Grasshopper::Mock.verify(mock).goodbye # wait(AssertionFailed)! they left without saying goodbye!
Stub is a person who holds something for you and gives it to anyone who knows how to ask. You can ask Stub for anything, but you'll only get out what you put into it.
stub = Grasshopper::Stub.new Grasshopper::Stub.when(stub.keys).then_return([:door_key, :mail_key]) Grasshopper::Stub.when(stub.money("gimmie")).then_return(5) stub.keys #=> [:door_key, :mail_key] stub.money("gimmie") #=> 5 stub.monkey #=> nil
or you can use this shorter style if you prefer:
Grasshopper::Stub.like(:keys => [:door_key, :mail_key], :money => 5) stub.keys #=> [:door_key, :mail_key] stub.money("gimmie") #=> 5 stub.monkey #=> nil
Grasshopper is named for a restaurant in Allston, MA that serves up all sorts of great mocks.
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