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hi the following code passes

using (RecordExpectations expectations = RecorderManager.StartRecording())
                expectations.ExpectAndReturn(XElement.Load(""), null).RepeatAlways();

            new Timer(state => XElement.Load(""), null, 3000, 23000);
            MockManager.VerifyWithTimeout(2000);
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Hi Tolisss,

There seems to be a bug :(

We will work on fixing this issue for the upcoming version of Isolator and we will notify you when this issue is resolved.
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Hi,

Actually as far as I know, specifying a "RepeatAlways" semantically means: expect zero or more calls on the method.
therefore since the only expectation set in this example uses the "RepeatAlways" directive, the verify is expected to pass even if no calls are made.

I might be mistaken though :wink:
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That's right, I missed the RepeatAlways definition.

Tolisss - I guess you can specify the numbers of times you want this call to happen i.e. use the default and not RepeatAlways to expect only one call.
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