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CFAuto​Mock

by dwkd ALL

A light sublime plugin that automatically creates mxunit unit tests from a coldfusion component.

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Installs

  • Total 379
  • Win 240
  • Mac 100
  • Linux 39
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SublimeCFAutoMock

A light sublime plugin that automatically creates MXUnit unit tests from a coldfusion component (cftags only - cfscript and fully scripted to come).

Capabilities

  1. Create Setup and Teardown methods
  2. Create unit test shells (user has to finish them) with the following:
    1. Instance of ObjectToBeTested
    2. Mocked components from the variables scope and all their respective methods.
    3. Call to MethodToBeTested from ObjectToBeTested
    4. Dummy assertion call
  3. Create “Missing Arguments” unit tests
  4. Create private method to get ObjectToBeTested

Install

CFAutoMock can now be installed via Package Control https://sublime.wbond.net/installation
Sublime > Preferences > Package Control > Install Package > Type CFAutoMock > Install > Enjoy!

Hwo to use

Open a CFC in Sublime 2 and press CTRL + K (win,linux) or Super + K (mac)