I've been working through sample code for the book Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests by Steve Freeman and Nat Pryce. The example provided is in Java; I've been porting it to C# with Rhino Mocks. Details here.
Below is the README.txt file I posted with the GOOS C# ch. 14 sample code to github:
README.txt for GOOS sample code in Visual Studio 2010
This version of the sample code from #goos was written using:
* Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.0
* Visual Studio's unit-testing framework
(I experienced NUnit compatability issues in VS 2010 Beta 2.0;
to use this code in Visual Studio 2008 with NUnit just retag the test class/method attributes.)
* Reshaper Beta5 (helpful but not required to run code)
* Rhino Mocks version 18.104.22.168 (assume this reference will be broken; you will need to re-reference to a local copy)
This version is complete as of the end of Chapter 14, with all acceptance and unit tests passing.
While I used OpenServer for the Java version, for this version I created a fake XMPP server (all method calls are similar/identical).
Instead of using WindowLicker for a full end-to-end acceptance test, I am simply mocking the IPickerMainView interface
and verifying in RhinoMocks that the SniperStatus string property is being set. To achieve this, the level of scope in
the end-to-end acceptance test is not identical to the Java code; above the method calls to ApplicationRunner.cs
and FakeAuctionServer.cs I am setting RhinoMocks expectations on _mockPickerMainView.
Other than that, I am using the more commonly-used conventions in C# than in Java of:
* prefixing interface names with capital I
* underscore prefixing instance variables
If you have any questions feel free to tweet or email me.