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I think it would be a lot easier to mock method behavior if method/property callbacks where allowed when recording/setting expectations.

It could be achieved by adding a Callback method to the IMockBehavior interface:

Callback(MockMethodCalledEventHandler mockMethodCalled)

Or by adding ExpectAndCallback and Calback methods to the RecordExpectations class:

public IMockBehavior ExpectAndCall(
    object mockedStatements,
    object returnValue,
    MockMethodCalledEventHandler mockMethodCalled

public IMockBehavior Call(
    MockMethodCalledEventHandler mockMethodCalled
asked by paulo.morgado (11k points)

3 Answers

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As I think I mentioned in another thread, I really like this idea.
so we have added this into our future feature list
answered by lior (13.2k points)
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You can do this using mock.MethodSettings("method").MockMethodCalled
and mock.MockMethodCalled

here is an example:
Mock mock = MockManager.Mock<TestedClass>();
mock.MockMethodCalled += new MockMethodCalledEventHandler(Callback);
answered by eli (5.7k points)
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Hi Lior.

I just posted here to make a "formal" feature request. :D

Hi Eli.

I was thinking about Natural Mocks. Would this be the same as this?

recorder.MethodCalled += new MockMethodCalledEventHandler(CallBack);
answered by paulo.morgado (11k points)