Hi. If you know java, do unit testing and have heard of Mockito, I've semi-ported it to perl.
I wanted to test Voldemort in a specific way and didn't find anything that supported testing in the way I wanted to, in the form of:
when something occurs, then respond however I want to, either in a default fashion, some code gets executed or return something.
Thanks, Corion, for being mildly excited about it, and providing some input. Lots of work left to do on it.
Edit: I noted Corion approved this node. If mentioning him makes him approve, I wonder if complimenting his dashing good looks will front page it. I keed.
Edit2: Well played ww
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