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Last updated May 11, 2012 11:48, by Russell Gold
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= SimpleStub Wiki = When you write a unit test, you often need to create test classes which the code you are testing can use. An IDE can easily generate empty stub classes, but that can leave you with two problems: long classes with no meaningful content, and the need to go back and update do-nothing test code if you ever add to its interface. SimpleStub gives you an easier way. [[QuickStart]] Jump right in and start using SimpleStub === Limitations === As of 1.0.b001: * generics are not supported * there are no good warning messages for private classes * only a single level of nesting for inner classes
 
 
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