Fix for issue #66 (hopefully without regressing on issue #63) – Mocha::Mock has Mocha::Mockery as a dependency. Stop trying to pretend otherwise. Thanks to @kennyj for reporting.
Fix a bunch of warnings in Ruby 1.9. There are still the 6 test failures mentioned in issue #41 which I suspect are due to the introspection gem not being Ruby 1.9-compatible.
Add links to README for source code & issue tracker.
Fix for issue #67 – Make the travis-ci badge visible in the README. Thanks to Diego Plentz for pull request.
Fix for issue #70 – Rename Mock#expectations to Mock#__expectations__ to avoid conflicts. Thanks to Jeremy Stephens for pull request.
Fix for issue #65 – expectations not being verified in subsequent tests.
Fix for issue #63 – require Mocha::Mockery at Mocha::Mock class load time and not on invocation of Mock#method_missing.
Fix for issue #45 – raise ArgumentError if Mocha::ParameterMatchers#has_entry is given Hash with wrong number of entries.
Make global variable name more obscure to avoid clashes with other libraries.
Move travis-ci-related gemfiles into their own directory.
Fix for issue #57. Gem::Requirement#=~ was only added in rubygems v1.8.0, but Object#=~ means the result of various monkey-patching checks is always false or nil for earlier versions of rubygems. However, the method it aliases #satisfied_by? has existed since Gem::Dependency was extracted from Gem::Version in rubygems v0.9.4.4, so it’s much safer to use that. Thanks to @fguillen for reporting and helping with diagnosis.
Merge pull request #53. Unstubbing a method should not remove expectations for other stubbed methods. Fixes #52. Thanks to @saikat.
Fix for issue #39 – improve documentation for Expectation#multiple_yields.
Fix for issue #38 where a subtle change in test-unit v2.3.0 had been missed – only visible in verbose mode.
Support for MiniTest up to v2.6.2 has been verified.
Add explicit development dependency on coderay for generating syntax-highlighted code examples.
Add Expectation#throws to allow a stubbed method to use Kernel#throw.
Updates for versions of Test::Unit up to and including v2.3.3 (including patch by Jens Fahnenbruck).
Updates for versions of MiniTest up to and including v2.5.1.
Since the singleton method added by Mocha masks the underlying instance method, there’s no need to move it out the way and then back again. This fixes Github issue #20, because the original method is left unchanged – See issue #20 (thanks to @nicklewis).
Handle stubbing of a singleton method, leaving the original method unchanged after the test.
When stubbing an instance method that was originally defined as a singleton method, the original method should still exist after the test.
Fixed mis-print in Mocha::ObjectMethods#unstub documentation (patch by @glebpom).
Improved test coverage around stubbing of methods defined in different ways – this makes use of the newly extracted introspection gem (although this means some tests are now failing in Ruby v1.9.2).
Added configuration for Travis continuous integration.
Make the gemspec the canonical reference and stop generating it from the Rakefile.
Use the built-in Bundler rake tasks for packaging the gem.
Use the release rake task provided by Bundler instead of using the Rake::XForge::Release functionality.
Extract Object#__metaclass__ into a new metaclass gem.
Run rake tasks without bundle exec.
Avoid deprecation warning for rdoc rake task.
Remove the use_test_unit_gemMOCHA_OPTION which hasn’t worked since we switched to bundler – we can now run the tests specifying a different Gemfile instead.
Use multiple Gemfiles seems to run Travis CI builds against multiple version of test-unit & minitest.