Ensure an exact amount of arguments are passed to a mocked function. #32

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tomro88o opened this Issue Jan 13, 2011 · 1 comment

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Is there a way to ensure that an exact amount of parameters are passed to a mocked function? For example, expect 3 parameters and fail if 4 are passed.
I expected to be able to achieve this with the with() function but it only fails when less than the expected amount are passed.

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Dear contributor,

let me start by apologizing for not commenting and/or working on the issue you have reported or merging the pull request you have sent sooner.

PHPUnit 5.0 was released today. And today I am closing all open bug reports and pull requests for PHPUnit and its dependencies that I maintain. Please do not interpret the closing of this ticket as an insult or a lack of interest in your problem. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

If the topic of this ticket is still relevant then please open a new ticket or send a new pull request. If your ticket or pull request is about a defect then please check whether the issue still exists in PHPUnit 4.8 (which will received bug fixes until August 2016). If your ticket or pull request is about a new feature then please port your patch PHPUnit 5.0 before sending a new pull request.

I hope that today's extreme backlog grooming will allow me to respond to bug reports and pull requests in a more timely manner in the future.

Thank you for your understanding,
Sebastian

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sebastianbergmann commented Oct 2, 2015

Dear contributor,

let me start by apologizing for not commenting and/or working on the issue you have reported or merging the pull request you have sent sooner.

PHPUnit 5.0 was released today. And today I am closing all open bug reports and pull requests for PHPUnit and its dependencies that I maintain. Please do not interpret the closing of this ticket as an insult or a lack of interest in your problem. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

If the topic of this ticket is still relevant then please open a new ticket or send a new pull request. If your ticket or pull request is about a defect then please check whether the issue still exists in PHPUnit 4.8 (which will received bug fixes until August 2016). If your ticket or pull request is about a new feature then please port your patch PHPUnit 5.0 before sending a new pull request.

I hope that today's extreme backlog grooming will allow me to respond to bug reports and pull requests in a more timely manner in the future.

Thank you for your understanding,
Sebastian

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