Stubbing Framework for R

Create stubs of functions for use while testing.


News

stubthat 1.1.0

  • Improved error messages when arguments don't match
  • Fixed bugs related to arguments with no/blank names

stubthat 1.0.0

  • stub$onCall(#)$withArgs(...) is now stub$onCall(#)$expects(...). Previously the stub didn't throw an error if the specified arguments are not present on the nth call. Now it does.
  • stub$onCall(#)$withExactArgs(...) is now stub$onCall(#)$strictlyExpects(...). Similar change in functionality as above. The stub now throws an error if any specified argument is found to be missing or if there is a mismatch in values.
  • stub$expects(...) in the previous version used to check for the exact set of arguments. In the latest version, it checks if the expected arguments are part of the function call (not exact set).
  • stub$strictlyExpects(...) will check for the exact set of specified arguments. No specied argument should be missing. And no unspecified argument should be present in the function call.
  • stub$calledTimes() can be used to get the number of times the stub was called.
  • No need for stub$build() step anymore. Mock is directly available from stub$f

stubthat 0.1.0

  • Initial CRAN release

Reference manual

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install.packages("stubthat")

1.2.0 by Sainath Adapa, 4 months ago


https://github.com/sainathadapa/stubthat


Report a bug at https://github.com/sainathadapa/stubthat/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/stubthat


Authors: Sainath Adapa [aut, cre], Nitin Madasu [aut]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


MIT + file LICENSE license


Imports testthat

Suggests mockr, rmarkdown, knitr, httr, prettydoc


Suggested by datarobot.


See at CRAN