How to use NewMockNet method of bugreport Package

Best Mock code snippet using bugreport.NewMockNet

net_test.go

Source:net_test.go Github

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...19// TestValidInterface assesses whether or not the generated mock is valid20func TestValidNetInterface(t *testing.T) {21	ctrl := gomock.NewController(t)22	defer ctrl.Finish()23	s := NewMockNet(ctrl)24	s.EXPECT().WriteHeader(10)25	CallResponseWriterMethods(s)26}...

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func TestNewMockNet(t *testing.T) {3    bugreport.NewMockNet()4}5import (6func NewMockNet() {7    fmt.Println("NewMockNet")8}9import (10func NewMockNet() {11    fmt.Println("NewMockNet")12}13import (14func TestNewMockNet(t *testing.T) {15    bugreport.NewMockNet()16}

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3    fmt.Println("Hello, world.")4    bugreport.NewMockNet()5}6import (7func main() {8    fmt.Println("Hello, world.")9    bugreport.NewMockNet()10}11--- PASS: TestNewMockNet (0.00s)12--- FAIL: TestNewMockNet (0.00s)13        bugreport_test.go:14: NewMockNet() = 0, want 1

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3    br := bugreport.NewMockNet()4    fmt.Printf("%v5}6import (7func main() {8    br := bugreport.NewNet()9    fmt.Printf("%v10}11import (12func main() {13    br := bugreport.NewMockNet()14    fmt.Printf("%v15}16import (17func main() {18    br := bugreport.NewMockNet()19    fmt.Printf("%v20}21import (22func main() {23    br := bugreport.NewNet()24    fmt.Printf("%v25}26import (27func main() {28    br := bugreport.NewMockNet()29    fmt.Printf("%v30}31import (32func main() {33    br := bugreport.NewNet()34    fmt.Printf("%v35}36import (37func main() {38    br := bugreport.NewNet()39    fmt.Printf("%v40}

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()4}5import (6func main() {7	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()8}9import (10func main() {11	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()12}13import (14func main() {15	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()16}17import (18func main() {19	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()20}21import (22func main() {23	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()24}25import (26func main() {27	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()28}29import (30func main() {31	mockNet := bugreport.NewMockNet()32}

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3	mockbugreport.NewMockNet()4	fmt.Println("NewMockNet method is executed")5}6import (7func main() {8	mockbugreport.NewMockNet()9	fmt.Println("NewMockNet method is executed")10}11import (12func main() {13	mockbugreport.NewMockNet()14	fmt.Println("NewMockNet method is executed")15}16import (17func NewMockNet() {18	fmt.Println("NewMockNet method is executed")19	pc, _, _, _ := runtime.Caller(1)20	caller := runtime.FuncForPC(pc)21	fmt.Println("caller name:", caller.Name())22}

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3        bugreport := bugreport.NewMockNet()4        bugreport.Print()5}6import (7func main() {8        bugreport := mock.NewMockNet()9        bugreport.Print()10}11Now, we have 2 packages, bugreport and mock, and both of them have a function Print(). This is a compile time error. The compiler will complain that the function Print() is already defined. To solve this, we can do the following:12func Print() {13        fmt.Println("bugreport")14}15func Print() {16        fmt.Println("mock")17}18import (19func Print() {20        fmt.Println("bugreport")21}22func Print() {23        fmt.Println("mock")24}25import (26func main() {27        bugreport := mock.NewMockNet()28        bugreport.Print()29        mock.Print()30}

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NewMockNet

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1import (2func main() {3	var bug = bugreport.NewMockNet()4	bug.SetBug("bug")5	fmt.Println(bug.GetBug())6}

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