Monthly Archives: May 2008

Rhino.Mocks Performance Issue Fixed

Just wanted to quickly note that I tracked down the performance issue in Rhino.Mocks and patched it. I also updated the original post with the new numbers. Enjoy!

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Mock Framework Benchmarks

UPDATE: I tracked down the issue and committed a patch to Rhino.Mocks. Rhino.Mocks is now much more competetive performance wise, our CI build time nearly halved, and about 4 minutes out of 7 of our test time has disappeared. New … Continue reading 

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Introducing Machine.Specifications (or MSpec for short)

As some of you who follow me on twitter know, I’ve been working on Yet Another Context/Specification Framework as an experiment. Yeah, I know we already have NSpec and NBehave, and they’re great and all, but MSpec takes things on … Continue reading 

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