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Last Updated: 31 May 2021 13:41 by ADMIN

The following test fails:

[TestMethod]
public void TestCallOrderWithInOrder()
{
	// Arrange
	var mockClass1 = Mock.Create<Class1>();
	var mockClass2 = Mock.Create<Class2>();

	Mock.Arrange(() => mockClass1.Method1())
		.InOrder();
	Mock.Arrange(() => mockClass2.Method1())
		.InOrder()
		.Occurs(2);
	Mock.Arrange(() => mockClass1.Method2())
		.InOrder();

	// Act
	mockClass1.Method1();

	mockClass2.Method1();
	mockClass2.Method1(); // <--- this call is not allowed by
						  //      InOrder clause currently 
						  //      and throws AssertFailedException

	mockClass1.Method2();

	// Assert
	Mock.Assert(mockClass1);
	Mock.Assert(mockClass2);
}