Monday 18 November 2013

Argument Capture with Scala / Specs2 / Mockito, part 2: The neater way

So in my last post, I indicated my dissatisfaction with the ugliness of creating a Mockito ArgumentCaptor in Scala - turns out someone else had the same thought, and it's already fixed in Specs2:
  "Application Main Controller" should {

    "Pass a non-empty list to the template" in {
      val result = controller.newsAction(FakeRequest())
      status(result) must beEqualTo(200)

      val captor = capture[List[String]]

      there was one(mockedNewsRenderer).apply(captor)
      val theArgument = captor.value
      theArgument.isEmpty must beFalse


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