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How to "Mock" Final Classes With Mockito

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How to "Mock" Final Classes With Mockito

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 If you are using mockito, then you cannot "mock" final classes. But there is a nice library called JDave which does some bytecode, i.e. CGLIB, magic to change final classes to non-final classes.

Just download JDave, add the JAR files to the classpath, and start your test cases with the following VM option:

-javaagent:your-library-directory\jdave-unfinalizer-1.1.jar

 

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