Archive for July, 2008

Registry on Windows 64 Bit – Double Your Pleasure

For those of you who are new to windows 64 bit you’ll be happy to know that Microsoft decided to double our pleasure! We now have TWO Registries, TWO Program Files directories and Two WindowsSystem ...

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How to create an instance that cant be instantiated.

One of the questions that keep up popping every once in a while in our forums is how to “bypass” the creation phase of an object. Actually here lies the true power of the Isolator ...

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Increasing Code Coverage

In his recent post, Philip Laureano writes about how to increase code coverage for LinFu: Bottom-up or Top-down. Bottom-up means you are adding low-level unit tests. And as Philp says, it’s very hard to write ...

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Do I Need to Rewrite My Tests for the New API?

NO! We are releasing our new API in addition to Reflective and Natural mocks. Everything you have will work just the same. Especially folks who work with .Net 2.0 – you don’t really have a ...

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Typemock is now MCP and VSIP!

We are now officially a Microsoft Certified Partner, as well as Visual Studio Industry Partner. You can read all about in our news page here.

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Fix – MS Test could not find Unity dll (or other dependencies)

I want to tell you about a problem I came across today: After writing MS Test tests using Racer I kept getting the same error   It seems as if my tests could not find ...

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Testable Code? Who Cares? – We do!

I really enjoyed reading the article Ngu Soon Hui posted in his blog called Testable Code? Who Cares?   The post writes about the fact that although writing easy to maintain, testable code directly contribute ...

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Isolator Performance Fix – Support Story

Don’t know about you, but every time I hear about performance degradation issues, I start to tremble. Not from joy. These things are not easy to debug and solve, and sometimes they don’t even reproduce. ...

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Solving mocking dilemma with Typemock Isolator

Davy Brison writes about mocking dilemma Basically the question he deals with is how to test this code: 8 public abstract class MyAbstractClass 9 { 10 public void DoSomethingInteresting() 11 { 12 // some stuff ...

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Preview and Questions on the next Isolator API

Here is a preview of some use cases from the new Typemock Isolator API coming out sometime in August. I have some questions for you which I’d love for you to answer in the comments. ...

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