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re: Thanks for your answer! I agree - sometimes mocking is necessary, but not all frameworks give you the ability to do what you need... Do you know an...

Well for Java we mainly use frameworks/libraries that I mentioned in my next post, e.g. Mockito /w PowerMock, WireMock, etc. and yes, there's no silver bullet to everything, so you need to find the ones for your use case.

Also, the more "advanced techniques" you are using, the more you need to be cautious about your test setup, since a lot of frameworks that have their own classloader or use bytecode manipulation will interfere with each other.

Have you heard about Typemock by any chance?
We started evaluating them and I'm looking for feedback...

Unfortunately I am not familiar with .NET/C/C#, so no :(

Alright, thanks for your answers!

Hi Hila,
resuming a very cold post... did you finally try Typemock?

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