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Without 100% support for a mocking framework like OCMock, I found myself needing to get creative when building mock objects and method stubs in Swift unit tests. The great thing about testing is that you’re… well… testing things out to see if they’ll work, and I found a solution that I’m pretty happy with for now. I’m open to better ways, so leave a comment if you’ve had good results using a different design!

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