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How to use mock and verify methods of OCMock in objective-C?


How to use mock and verify methods of OCMock in objective-C?

By : user3851507
Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 PM
wish of those help Because your StringNumber implementation uses its own NSNumberFormatter object, not the one you created in your test case. You need to perform a classic refactoring operation called "dependency inversion", where your StringNumber object takes its formatter as a parameter or ivar instead of creating it internally. Then you can pass your mock formatter to it as part of your test.
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How to verify a partial mock has a base method invoked with args using ocmock?

How to verify a partial mock has a base method invoked with args using ocmock?


By : pks
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you This is an interesting case. My assumption is that if you replace "super" with "self" then everything will work as expected, ie.
code :
- (void)getPlacesForLocation:(Location *)location WithKeyword:(NSString *)keyword
{
    NSString *gps = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"?location=%@,%@", location.lat, location.lng];
    NSURL *url = [[NSURL alloc] initWithString:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@", self.baseurl, gps]];
    [self makeGetRequestWithURL:url];
}
OCMock - is a call to "verify" needed to assert that a method is called on the mock object?

OCMock - is a call to "verify" needed to assert that a method is called on the mock object?


By : Anitha Elangovan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you The features description on the OCMock site has this:
"The verify method will raise an exception if the expected method has not been invoked."
OCMock 3 Partial Mock: Class methods and the objc runtime

OCMock 3 Partial Mock: Class methods and the objc runtime


By : yoganand d
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I may be way off here, but I thought the superclass of a metaClass is NSObject (which is why you can normally call NSObject instance methods on class objects). I'm not sure you should be doing anything, normally, with the superclass of a metaClass.
In general, the metaClass stores all of the information about class methods. Therefore, getting an "instance" method on a metaClass is the same as getting a class method on the associated regular Class. The runtime can simply dereference the "isa" pointer of an instance to find a method list to find instance methods; doing the same on a Class object gets the meta class (of the same structure) and therefore the same process results in finding the class methods.
How to use OCMock to verify that an asynchronous method does not get called in Objective C?

How to use OCMock to verify that an asynchronous method does not get called in Objective C?


By : Lorena Bara
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I would recommend using an OCMStrictClassMock instead of the OCMClassMock (which gives you a nice mock). A strict mock will instantly fail your test if any method is called on it that you did not stub or expect, which makes your tests a lot more rigorous.
If that's not an option for you, you can do what you described with:
code :
OCMReject([mock methodThatShouoldExecute]);
XCTestExpectation *asyncTaskCompleted = [self expectationWithDescription:@"asyncTask"];
// Enqueued, in an onCompletion block, or whatever call 
//  ... [asyncTaskCompleted fulfill]

[self waitForExpectationsWithTimeout:1 handler:nil]
Is it possible to use OCMock to mock both class methods and a protocol?

Is it possible to use OCMock to mock both class methods and a protocol?


By : Ryan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue This is currently not possible with OCMock. There is an feature request for mocking multiple protocols (https://github.com/erikdoe/ocmock/issues/178). Maybe in a future version it'll be possible to "add" a protocol to an existing mock, but as of today this is not supported.
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