on 1/27/2013 12:08 AM
Phil Trelford recently released Foq, a small F# mocking library (with a very daring name). If most of your code is in F#, this is probably not a big deal for you, because the technique of mocking isn’t very useful in F# (at least in my experience). On the other hand, if your goal is to unit test some C# code in F#, then Foq comes in very handy. So why would you want to write your unit tests in F# in the first place? Let’s start with some plain old C# code, like this:namespace CodeBase { using System; [...]
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