org::jmock::lib::LastWordNamingScheme Class Reference
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A naming scheme in which the implicit name for a mock object is the last word of the mocked type's name in lower case. E.g. A mock object of type HelloWorld would be named "world". If the type name is an acronym it is completely lowercased. For example, the type URL would be named "url". Digits and other non-letter characters are left on the end of the word. For example, the type NMEA0183 would be named "nmea0183".
Definition at line 20 of file LastWordNamingScheme.java.
Public Member Functions
|String ||defaultNameFor (Class<?> typeToMock)|
Static Public Attributes
static MockObjectNamingScheme ||INSTANCE = new LastWordNamingScheme()|
Private Member Functions
int ||indexOfLastLetter (String simpleName)|
int ||indexOfLastLowerCaseChar (String simpleName, int wordEnd)|
int ||indexOfLastUpperCaseChar (String simpleName, int wordEnd)|
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