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I did encounter a problem, didn’t have a time to do a sample test to reproduce it.

This is the setup:

IObjectStoreAccess* objectStoreMock = FAKE<IObjectStoreAccess>();


The tested code

auto stam1 = store->separator();

    if (repositoryPath.empty())


        dp_error << "empty datapool path" << repositoryPath << endl;


    else if (repositoryPath.back() == m_objectStore->separator())//store->separator())


        dp_error << "path used should not include separator suffix:" << repositoryPath << endl;


The problem is in the function call in the else if.  If I use a local variable then I do get the mock return.  However if the function call is in the if clause I get an exception.

What am I missing?
asked by idan (600 points)

1 Answer

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Hi Idan,

It is hard to tell.
What is the code that doesn't work?
What is the exception?
How is the fake being injected into the code?
answered by eli (5.7k points)
I have the same problem when i have a function that returns a vector or a class by Val