Rhino Mocks killed Visual Basic previous: Microsoft, SubSonic and Open Source next: Model View Action Yes, this is invalid code, but still... And then... Comments 10/26/2007 08:50 PM by Ben Scheirman Shall I rejoice? 10/26/2007 09:01 PM by Bil Simser So you're going to build VB.NET support later after you have your dinner then? Please don't. I have a hard enough time explaining mocks to the C#'ers. 10/26/2007 09:06 PM by Ayende Rahien Bil, Rhino Mocks works with VB.Net I even gave a talk about it (and TDD in general) in the VBUG in Israel. It is just that VBC can't handle passing a void to a delegate. 10/26/2007 10:01 PM by Tuna Toksoz is the .Open method the delegate you want to pass? 10/26/2007 10:03 PM by Ayende Rahien The Open() method is a the IDbconnection.Open() method, it is not a valid syntax, the compiler show issue an error, not crash 10/26/2007 10:25 PM by Robz That's awesome! And yet another reason my company should switch to C#. :P 10/27/2007 01:49 AM by Bil Simser Thanks for the clarification. What do I know, from a guy who doesn't do VB.NET. Hey, as long as it doesn't crash my C# code I'm putting blinders on to this one ;) 10/29/2007 01:42 PM by Chris Wuestefeld Crashing visual studio is no big achievement. I can do it, for example, by simply opening SQL Server Management Studio. Oh, and my big disappointment of last week: TFS database unit tests will no longer run on my machine. Sigh. I can't wait for Orcas to be released. It can't be any worse than VS.Net 2005. (I think my problems are related to running the product in a 64-bit environment, since my home 32-bit environment is perfectly stable) Comments have been closed on this topic.