A few of the new features included in this release are:
- You can now mock mscorlib interfaces. Enterprise Edition only
- Vista support is now complete.
- You can fire Multiple instances of Event . Professional version only.
- Integration with QASystem AQTime.
- It is possible to mock hidden base methods using Mock.CallBase
- Automatic Support for Singletons:
When using Natural TypeMocks™, TypeMock will automatically detect Singletons and mock them accordingly.
There is no need to mock them separately.
- More Reflective Mock Expectations. More expectations methods were added: ExpectUnmockedGet and ExpectUnmockedSet.
For more details see release notes.
I’ve been using a beta version of TypeMock.NET 3.7 and I’m very happy with it.