mockito-scala | Mockito for Scala language | Unit Testing library

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mockito-scala is a Scala library typically used in Testing, Unit Testing applications. mockito-scala has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. However mockito-scala has 2 bugs. You can download it from GitHub.

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              mockito-scala has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 319 star(s) with 49 fork(s). There are 17 watchers for this library.
              There were 1 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 23 open issues and 96 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 29 days. There are 9 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of mockito-scala is v1.17.14

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              mockito-scala has 2 bugs (0 blocker, 0 critical, 2 major, 0 minor) and 210 code smells.

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              mockito-scala has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              mockito-scala code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              mockito-scala is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              mockito-scala releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 13953 lines of code, 1377 functions and 140 files.
              It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            Spark scala mocking spark.implicits for unit testing
            Asked 2020-Oct-30 at 23:53

            When trying to simplify unit testing with Spark and Scala, I am using scala-test and mockito-scala (and mockito sugar). This simply lets you do something like this:



            Answered 2020-Oct-30 at 23:53

            You can't mock implicits. Implicits are resolved at compile time while mocking occurs at runtime (runtime reflection, bytecode manipulation via Byte Buddy). You can't import at compile time implicits that will be mocked only at runtime. You'll have to resolve implicits manually (in principle you can resolve implicits at runtime if you launch compiler once again at runtime but this would be much harder 1 2 3 4).




            How to implement a minimal mock of a polymorphic method in Scala?
            Asked 2020-Jun-29 at 12:57

            Say I have the following trait and class:



            Answered 2020-Jun-29 at 12:57

            If you are sure data field will not be used in the test you could trick the compiler with null.asInstanceOf[A]



            How to use MockitoSugar with AsyncFunSuite in Scalatest?
            Asked 2020-Jun-12 at 10:25

            I'm not able to use MockitoSugar along with AsyncFunSuite. In short:

            This example works (taken from Scalatest documentation)



            Answered 2020-Jun-12 at 10:25

            Nevermind, figured out after looking through the mockito-scala codebase. I was supposed to use AsyncMockitoSugar as opposed to MockitoSugar. So it should've been:



            Cannot Find GeneratorDrivenPropertyChecks Trait
            Asked 2020-May-12 at 22:54

            I have these test dependencies defined



            Answered 2020-May-12 at 22:54

            GeneratorDrivenPropertyChecks seems to have been removed in ScalaTest 3.1.0

            We made it private so that it would not hold up the 3.1.0 release any longer. I wanted to investigate a better way to integrate shrinking, as has been done by tools such as Hedgehog. The 3.2.0 release we wanted to be exactly the same as 3.1.0 except for modularization. After that we plan to complete and release ScalaTest's Generator. Meanwhile we figured everyone would continue to use ScalaCheckDrivenPropertyChecks and Gen, which is available here:


            Instead try using ScalaCheckDrivenPropertyChecks like so



            Task "assembly" fails with "[error] (assembly) java.nio.file.InvalidPathException: Trailing char < > at index 121"
            Asked 2020-Mar-30 at 16:12

            Executing the task "assembly" fails with [error] (assembly) java.nio.file.InvalidPathException: Trailing char < > at index 121: C:\Users\IdeaProjects\GlobalConfigEditor\target\scala-2.13\GlobalConfigEditor-SettingKey(This \ This \ This.




            Answered 2020-Mar-30 at 16:12


            Where to put "enablePlugins" in SBT?
            Asked 2020-Mar-24 at 15:12

            Following this tutorial, I am asked to add enablePlugins(WindowsPlugin) to my SBT configuration.

            I did this by stating exactly this line in my build.sbt but all I get is "Cannot resolve symbol". Do I need to add the dependency somewhere?

            Is this an auto plugin and can anyone explain to me what an auto plugin actually is and how I use it?

            UPDATE: My build.sbt looks like that:



            Answered 2020-Mar-24 at 13:48

            You should create your auto pluggin in your build.sbt. The build.sbt file must be at the root of your projet, at the same level with the file src.

            You have information about it here and here.

            In the page you mentioned they say you should set this in your build.sbt. Try this.


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            Install mockito-scala

            For a more detailed explanation read this. This trait wraps the API available on org.mockito.Mockito from the Java version, but it provides a more Scala-like syntax, mainly. The companion object also extends the trait to allow the usage of the API without mixing-in the trait in case that's desired. For a more detailed explanation read this. This trait exposes all the existent org.mockito.ArgumentMatchers but again it gives them a more Scala-like syntax, mainly. Again, the companion object also extends the trait to allow the usage of the API without mixing-in the trait in case that's desired.
            Fixes the compiler errors that sometimes occurred when using overloaded methods that use varargs like doReturn
            Eliminates the need to use classOf[T]
            Eliminates parenthesis when possible to make the test code more readable
            Adds spyLambda[T] to allow spying lambdas (they don't work with the standard spy as they are created as final classes by the compiler)
            Supports mocking inline mixins like mock[MyClass with MyTrait]
            Full support for by-name arguments (the full support was added in 1.4.0, before it was partial).
            Adds support for working with default arguments
            eq was renamed to eqTo to avoid clashing with the Scala eq operator for identity equality, eq also supports value classes out of the box and relies on org.scalactic.Equality[T] (see Scalactic integration)
            any[T] works even when the type can't be inferred, removing the need of using the likes of anyString, anyInt, etc (see Notes)
            any[T] also supports value classes (in this case you MUST provide the type parameter)
            isNull and isNotNull are deprecated as using nulls in Scala is clear code smell
            Adds support for value classes via anyVal[T] and eqToVal[T]() NOTE: both had been deprecated (use any[T] or eqTo[T] instead)
            Adds function0 to easily match for a function that returns a given value
            Adds argMatching that takes a partial function to match, i.e. argMatching({ case Baz(_, "pepe") => })


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