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jMock or EasyMock?

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi.
This page has a nice comparison between jMock and EasyMock:
http://www.jmock.org/easymock-comparison.html
But really, which one to pick?
Thanks.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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John,
I'm wondering when they last updated that comparison.

I really like not using strings to identify methods which JMock forced you to do prior to the Java 5 version. Now I think it works both ways. (I've written code with method calls for the method names and my coworker said there is a a way to use strings.)

I think it's largely a matter of personal preference though.


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