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|@@ -7,12 +7,9 @@ and implements a number of things that Ruby's FlexMock|
|doesn't support, such as proxying/spying and matching arguments using their classes|
|in addition to values.|
|-What makes FlexMock unique in the Python testing world is its automatic integration|
|-with the test runner, allowing for really terse syntax and avoiding both the|
|-action->assertion and record->replay paradigms supported by all the other Python|
|-mocking libraries currently available. To be sure, you can still write your|
|-assertions in the action->assertion mode using FlexMock, but its powerful syntax|
|-allows you to define both the expectation and the assertion at the same time.|
|+Why another mocking library for Python?|