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Supress call from super keyword with powermockito

 
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I am able to supress a superclass method "superMethod()" in my case when called from ChildClass as " super.superMethod()" using powermockito.
But the problem is arrised in ascenario when the Childclass has a method name similar to the invocation target name.


As told earlier I won't be able to suppress the call made in the below scenario (underlined) as the method name is same as the invocation method name "super.superMethod()" hence I get
the assertion error.




Can some one help me to know if there is some way ?

 
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Hi,

This issue has been reported for PowerMock:
Powermock issue 51
Powermock issue 364

For issue 51, I've uploaded a patch that fixes the suppression of the superclass method for overridden methods.

Greetings,
Hans
 
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