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Project Summary

NSubstitute is a friendly substitute for .NET mocking frameworks.

It's like a stub with property behaviour.
With nice semantics for setting return values.
It only has one mode - loose semantics, which you can query afterwards.
It's meant to be simple, succinct and pleasant to use.

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c# development mock mocking net programming tdd testing unit_testing

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30 Day Summary

Sep 5 2019 — Oct 5 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 5 2018 — Oct 5 2019
  • 145 Commits
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  • 5 Contributors
    Down -4 (44%) from previous 12 months