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Published: Apr 06 2013 / 02:44

Using Groovy to test not only other Groovy classes but also Java classes is an increasing popular approach given frameworks like Spock which facilitate Test Driven and Behaviour Driven Development. A common problem when testing though is having to deal with legacy code and more often than not having to mock static methods calls. When writing tests in Groovy, the approach to mocking static calls will depend on the type of class you're testing and what type of class has the static method in.
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