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Around this time, we5 also started the London Extreme Tuesday Club (XTC) to share experiences of Extreme Programming with other teams During one meeting, I described our refactoring experiments and explained that I felt that it helped our junior developers write better object-oriented code I nished the story by saying, But this is such an obvious technique that I m sure most people do it eventually anyway Steve pointed out that the most obvious things aren t always so obvious and are usually dif cult to describe He thought this could make a great paper if we could sort the wood from the trees, so we decided to collaborate with another XTC member (Philip Craig) and write something for the XP2000 conference If nothing else, we wanted to go to Sardinia We began to pick apart the ideas and give them a consistent set of names, studying real code examples to understand the essence of the technique We backported new concepts we discovered to the original Connextra codebase to validate their effectiveness This was an exciting time and I recall that it took many late nights to re ne our ideas although we were still struggling to come up with an accurate elevator pitch for mock objects We knew what it felt like when using them to drive great code, but describing this experience to other developers who weren t part of the XTC was still challenging The XP2000 paper [Mackinnon00] and the initial mock objects library had a mixed reception for some it was revolutionary, for others it was unnecessary overhead In retrospect, the fact that Java didn t have good re ection when we started meant that many of the steps were manual, or augmented with code generation tools6 This turned people off they couldn t separate the idea from the implementation
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The story continues when Nat Pryce took the ideas and implemented them in Ruby He exploited Ruby s re ection to write expectations directly into the test as blocks In uenced by his PhD work on protocols between components, his library changed the emphasis from asserting parameter values to asserting messages sent between objects Nat then ported his implementation to Java, using the new Proxy type in Java 13 and de ning expectations with constraint objects When Nat showed us this work, it immediately clicked He donated his library to the mock objects project and visited the Connextra of ces where we worked together to add features that the Connextra developers needed
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We released the new improved version of Nat s library under the name Dynamock As we improved the library, more programmers started using it, which introduced new requirements We started adding more and more options to the API until, eventually, it became too complicated to maintain especially as we had to support multiple versions of Java Meanwhile, Steve tired of the the duplication in the syntax required to set up expectations, so he introduced a version of a Smalltalk cascade multiple calls to the same object Then Steve noticed that in a statically typed language like Java, a cascade could return a chain of interfaces to control when methods are made available to the caller in effect, we could use types to encode a work ow Steve also wanted to improve the programming experience by guiding the new generation of IDEs to prompt with the right completion options Over the course of a year, Steve and Nat, with much input from the rest of us, pushed the idea hard to produce jMock, an expressive API over our original Dynamock framework This was also ported to C# as NMock At some point in this process, they realized that they were actually writing a language in Java which could be used to write expectations; they wrote this up later in an OOPLSA paper [Freeman06]
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