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Name ^

    Test::Moose::MockObjectCompile - A Module to help when testing compile time Moose

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Test::Moose::MockObjectCompile;
    use Test::More;

    my $mock = Test::Moose::MockObjectCompile->new();
    $mock->roles([qw{Some::Role Some::Other::Role}]);
    $mock->mock('method1');
    
    lives_ok {$mock->compile} 'Test that roles don't clash and required methods are there';

ATTRIBUTES

roles

a list of roles to apply to your package.

extend

a list of Moose packages you want your package to extend

METHODS ^

new

the constructor for a MockObjectCompile(r) it expects a hashref with the package key passed in to define the package name or it will throw an exception.

compile

simulates a compile of the mocked Moose Object with the definition defined in your roles and extend attributes and whatever you told it to mock.

mock

mocks a method in your compiled Mock Moose Object. It expects a name for the method and an optional coderef.

 $mock->mock('method1', '{ push @stuff, $_[1];}');

NOTES ^

Some things to keep in mind are:

this module actually compiles your package this means that any subsequent compiles only modify the package they don't replace it. If you want to make sure you don't have stuff haning around from previouse compiles change the package or make a new instance with a different package name. This way you can be sure you start out with a fresh module namespace.

AUTHOR ^

Jeremy Wall <jeremy@marzhillstudios.com>

COPYRIGHT (C) Copyright 2007 Jeremy Wall <Jeremy@Marzhillstudios.com> ^

    This program is free software you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

    See http://www.Perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html
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