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UnityAutoMoq v2.1.1

Automocking container using Microsoft Unity and Moq.

Download and install

UnityAutoMoq is available for download on NuGet.

To install it run the following command in the NuGet Package Manager Console.

PM> Install-Package UnityAutoMoq

This will download all the binaries, and add necessary references to your project.

Usage

Creating an instance of the container

Creating the auto mock container is as simple as initializing a new instance of the UnityAutoMoqContainer class. This inherits from the UnityContainer, so all features will be available.

var container = new UnityAutoMoqContainer();

Resolving instances

Resolving a concrete class automatically creates mocks for the class dependencies and injects them before returning an instance of the class.

Service service = container.Resolve<Service>();

Resolving an interface returns a mocked instance of that interface.

IService mocked = container.Resolve<IService>();

Getting the Mock

If you need access to the actual mock, calling GetMock returns the mock on which you can do custom setup etc.

Mock<IService> mock = container.GetMock<IService>();

Implementing multiple interfaces

Sometimes you need to cast your mocked interface to some other type, e.g. IDisposable.
This is done by

container.ConfigureMock<IService>().As<IDisposable>();
Mock<IDisposable> disposable = container.GetMock<IService>().As<IDisposable>();

License

http://thedersen.mit-license.org/