Announcing HMock 0.3
Highlights of this release include:
- You can now use the
WholeMethodMatchertype in an expectation to write a custom predicate that looks at more than one argument at a time when deciding whether to match a method call.
- You can now add side-effects to methods using
whenever. You should prefer to avoid this and use expectations instead, since if you’re not careful side-effects can accidentally match method calls that you weren’t looking for. But occasionally this can be very useful.
- You can now mock methods with a polymorphic return type. There must be a
Typeableconstraint on the return type for this to work.
This is still classified as a preview release, as I’m planning large breaking changes in order to integrate with effect systems and API layers, such as polysemy, fused-effects, servant, and haxl. You can safely use HMock as long as you add an upper bound on the second component of the version number.