Monthly Archives: September 2008

Arrange Act Assert with StructureMap RhinoAutoMocker

Fresh on the heels of finally figuring out how to make the AAA syntax in Rhino.Mocks work, I’ve added support to StructureMap’s RhinoAutoMocker. If you pass MockMode.AAA to the constructor of your RhinoAutoMocker, all of the mocks that it creates … Continue reading 

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The Rhino.Mocks’ AssertWasCalled method does work

This behavior is probably clearly specified somewhere, but somehow it has been non-obvious to the four people on our team to the point that we were leaning toward banning its use. I didn’t want to go that far, so figured … Continue reading 

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Running jQuery QUnit tests under Continuous Integration

UPDATE: The code in this post is out of date. Read it for the explanation, but if you want to implement it, go grab NQUnit via nuget. Setup This post assumes you are already writing unit tests for your JavaScript … Continue reading 

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Monkey patching rake for use with TeamCity

We use Ruby’s rake as our build automation tool.  It provides a nice, XML-free way to define logical groupings of steps to perform, with dependency resolution. We use JetBrain’s TeamCity as our continuous integration server. It has a neat feature … Continue reading 

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Hola Los Techies

I’m very happy to accept an invitation to join the Los Techies community. I’ve been posting at http://flimflan.com/blog for the past four years, and am looking forward to blogging more among some great company. Subscribers to my old site should … Continue reading 

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