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OCMock 1.55 released

20 October 2009

Posted in Releases

The main features of this release are partial mocks and method swizzling. Sometimes it's just easier to use a real object rather than setting up a complex mock from scratch, but often in such cases there is at least one method on the real object that has undesirable side effects, or a method returning a value that we would like to change for a test. With the new features in OCMock it is now possible to selectively replace individual methods on existing objects. Did I mention that I love the Objective-C runtime?

As usual the release also includes many contributions and bug-fixes from the community. More details on the OCMock page at Mulle Kybernetik.