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Welcome to Mockolo

Mockolo is an efficient mock generator for Swift. Swift doesn't provide mocking support, and Mockolo provides a fast and easy way to autogenerate mock objects that can be tested in your code. One of the main objectives of Mockolo is fast performance. Unlike other frameworks, Mockolo provides highly performant and scalable generation of mocks via a lightweight commandline tool, so it can run as part of a linter or a build if one chooses to do so. Try Mockolo and enhance your project's test coverage in an effective, performant way.

Motivation

One of the main objectives of this project is high performance. There aren't many 3rd party tools that perform fast on a large codebase containing, for example, over 2M LoC or over 10K protocols. They take several hours and even with caching enabled take several minutes. Mockolo was built to make highly performant generation of mocks possible (in the magnitude of seconds) on such large codebase. It uses a minimal set of frameworks necessary (mentioned in the Used libraries section) to keep the code lean and efficient.

Another objective is to enable flexibility in using or overriding types if needed. This allows use of some of the features that require deeper analysis such as protocols with associated types to be simpler, more straightforward, and less fragile.

Disclaimer

This project may contain unstable APIs which may not be ready for general use. Support and/or new releases may be limited.

System Requirements

  • Swift 5.2 or later
  • Xcode 11.4 or later
  • MacOS 10.14.6 or later
  • Support is included for the Swift Package Manager

Build / Install

Option 1: By Mint

$ mint install uber/mockolo
$ mint run uber/mockolo mockolo -h // see commandline input options below 

Option 2: Homebrew

$ brew install mockolo

Option 3: Use the binary

Go to the Release tab and download/install the binary directly.

Option 4: Clone and build/run

$ git clone https://github.com/uber/mockolo.git
$ cd mockolo
$ swift build -c release
$ .build/release/mockolo -h  // see commandline input options below 

To call mockolo from any location, copy the executable into a directory that is part of your PATH environment variable.

To check out a specific version,

$ git tag -l
$ git checkout [tag]

To use Xcode to build and run,

$ swift package generate-xcodeproj

Run

Mockolo is a commandline executable. To run it, pass in a list of the source file directories or file paths of a build target, and the destination filepath for the mock output. To see other arguments to the commandline, run mockolo --help.

./mockolo -s myDir -d ./OutputMocks.swift -x Images Strings

This parses all the source files in myDir directory, excluding any files ending with Images or Strings in the file name (e.g. MyImages.swift), and generates mocks to a file at OutputMocks.swift in the current directory.

Use --help to see the complete argument options.

./mockolo -h  // or --help

OVERVIEW: Mockolo: Swift mock generator.

USAGE: mockolo <options>

OPTIONS:
  --destination, -d       Output file path containing the generated Swift mock classes. If no value is given, the program will exit.
  --sourcedirs, -s        Paths to the directories containing source files to generate mocks for. If the --filelist or --sourcefiles values exist, they will be ignored.
  --sourcefiles, -srcs    List of source files (separated by a comma or a space) to generate mocks for. If the --sourcedirs or --filelist value exists, this will be ignored.
  --exclude-suffixes, -x  List of filename suffix(es) without the file extensions to exclude from parsing (separated by a comma or a space).
  --annotation, -a        A custom annotation string used to indicate if a type should be mocked (default = @mockable).
  --header                A custom header documentation to be added to the beginning of a generated mock file.
  --macro, -m             If set, #if [macro] / #endif will be added to the generated mock file content to guard compilation.
  --custom-imports, -c    If set, custom modules will be included in the import statments in the mock output. 
  --testable-imports, -i  If set, @testable import statments will be added for each module name in this list.
  --concurrency-limit, -j Maximum number of threads to execute concurrently (default = number of cores on the running machine).
  --logging-level, -v     The logging level to use. Default is set to 0 (info only). Set 1 for verbose, 2 for warning, and 3 for error.
  --enable-args-history   Whether to enable args history for all functions (default = false). To enable history per function, use the 'history' keyword in the annotation argument. 
  --help, -h                  Displays available options.

Add MockoloFramework to your project

Option 1: SPM


dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/uber/mockolo.git", from: "1.1.2"),
],
targets: [
    .target(name: "MyTarget", dependencies: ["MockoloFramework"]),
]

Option 2: Cocoapods

target 'MyTarget' do
  platform :osx, '10.14'
  pod 'MockoloFramework', '~>1.1.2' 
end

Distribution

The install-script.sh will build and package up the mockolo binary and other necessary resources in the same bundle.

$ ./install-script.sh -h  // see input options 
$ ./install-script.sh -s [source dir] -t mockolo -d [destination dir] -o [output filename].tar.gz

This will create a tarball for distribution, which contains the mockolo executable along with a necessary SwiftSyntax parser dylib (lib_InternalSwiftSyntaxParser.dylib). This allows running mockolo without depending on where the dylib lives.

How to use

For example, Foo.swift contains:

/// @mockable
public protocol Foo {
    var num: Int { get set }
    func bar(arg: Float) -> String
}

Running ./mockolo -srcs Foo.swift -d ./OutputMocks.swift will output:

public class FooMock: Foo {
    init() {}
    init(num: Int = 0) {
        self.num = num
    }

    var numSetCallCount = 0
    var underlyingNum: Int = 0
    var num: Int {
        get {
            return underlyingNum
        }
        set {
            underlyingNum = newValue
            numSetCallCount += 1
        }
    }

    var barCallCount = 0
    var barHandler: ((Float) -> (String))?
    func bar(arg: Float) -> String {
        barCallCount += 1
        if let barHandler = barHandler {
            return barHandler(arg)
        }
        return ""
    }
}

The above mock can now be used in a test as follows:

func testMock() {
    let mock = FooMock(num: 5)
    XCTAssertEqual(mock.numSetCallCount, 1)
    mock.barHandler = { arg in
        return String(arg)
    }
    XCTAssertEqual(mock.barCallCount, 1)
}

A list of override arguments can be passed in (delimited by a semicolon) to the annotation to set var types, typealiases, module names, etc.

For a module name:

/// @mockable(module: prefix = Bar)
public protocol Foo {
    ...
}

This will generate:

public class FooMock: Bar.Foo {
    ...
}

For a typealias:

/// @mockable(typealias: T = AnyObject; U = StringProtocol)
public protocol Foo {
    associatedtype T
    associatedtype U: Collection where U.Element == T 
    associatedtype W 
    ...
}

This will generate the following mock output:

public class FooMock: Foo {
    typealias T = AnyObject // overriden
    typealias U = StringProtocol // overriden
    typealias W = Any // default placeholder type for typealias
    ...
}

For a var type such as an RxSwift observable:

/// @mockable(rx: intStream = ReplaySubject; doubleStream = BehaviorSubject)
public protocol Foo {
    var intStream: Observable<Int> { get }
    var doubleStream: Observable<Double> { get }
}

This will generate:

public class FooMock: Foo {
    var intStreamSubject = ReplaySubject<Int>.create(bufferSize: 1)
    var intStream: Observable<Int> { /* use intStreamSubject */ }
    var doubleStreamSubject = BehaviorSubject<Int>(value: 0)
    var doubleStream: Observable<Int> { /* use doubleStreamSubject */ }
}

To capture function arguments history:

/// @mockable(history: fooFunc = true)
public protocol Foo {
    func fooFunc(val: Int)
    func barFunc(_ val: (a: String, Float))
    func bazFunc(val1: Int, val2: String)
}

This will generate:

public class FooMock: Foo {
    var fooFuncCallCount = 0
    var fooFuncArgValues = [Int](https://raw.github.com/uber/mockolo/blob/master/) // arguments captor
    var fooFuncHandler: ((Int) -> ())?
    func fooFunc(val: Int) {
        fooFuncCallCount += 1
        fooFuncArgValues.append(val)   // capture arguments

        if fooFuncHandler = fooFuncHandler {
            fooFuncHandler(val)
        }
    }

    ...
    var barFuncArgValues = [(a: String, Float)](https://raw.github.com/uber/mockolo/blob/master/) // tuple is also supported.
    ...

    ...
    var bazFuncArgValues = [(Int, String)](https://raw.github.com/uber/mockolo/blob/master/)
    ...
}

and also, enable the arguments captor for all functions if you passed --enable-args-history arg to mockolo command.

NOTE: The arguments captor only supports singular types (e.g. variable, tuple). The closure variable is not supported.

Used libraries

SwiftSyntax |

How to contribute to Mockolo

See CONTRIBUTING for more info.

Report any issues

If you run into any problems, please file a git issue. Please include:

  • The OS version (e.g. macOS 10.14.6)
  • The Swift version installed on your machine (from swift --version)
  • The Xcode version
  • The specific release version of this source code (you can use git tag to get a list of all the release versions or git log to get a specific commit sha)
  • Any local changes on your machine

License

Mockolo is licensed under Apache License 2.0. See LICENSE for more information.

Copyright (C) 2017 Uber Technologies

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

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Releases

1.2.8 - 2020-09-21 17:40:38

-Version update: Swift 5.3 / Xcode 12.0 -Support an input option to apply a 'final' attribute to mocked classes -Render mocked vars with private(set) where applicable

1.2.7 - 2020-09-10 07:34:06

Fix optional closure type casting handling

1.2.6 - 2020-09-10 06:08:30

Support Swift 5.3 / Xcode 12

1.2.5 - 2020-08-31 10:14:36

  • Self return type handling
  • #if canImport(name) handling
  • A --version (-v) support

1.2.4 - 2020-06-19 03:32:50

Swift tools support dependency version update

1.2.3 - 2020-06-09 09:06:27

  • Removed SourceKitten dependency
  • Package updated with Swift 5.2 / Xcode 11.4+
  • History of function argument values is now supported

1.2.2 - 2020-05-14 05:09:47

Allow toggling for an input option to use a property wrapper @MockObservable for RxSwift Observable variables (default is set to no).

To use the @MockObservable, copy the content of https://github.com/uber/mockolo/blob/master/Sources/MockoloFramework/Templates/PropertyMockable.swift into your project, pass in the module name in your project containing the content to the '--custom-imports' option, and pass in '--use-mock-observable' flag to the command line.

1.2.1 - 2020-04-09 07:22:46

Support imports with macros / bug fixes

1.2.0 - 2020-04-06 18:24:32

  • Supports Swift 5.2
  • Supports more custom input and filtering options to the commandline (-h to see the list)
  • Performance optimizations: caching / allow concurrency with SwiftSyntax parser
  • Supports a common util function that can be called by all mocked functions
  • Supports propertywrapper for observable variables (RxSwift only)

1.1.5 - 2020-03-05 19:55:06

  • Added support for namespacing and specifying subclass types for vars via override arguments in the @mockable annotation
  • Updated output rendering to not generate redundant var getters
  • Updated logging levels
  • Fixed formatting / indentations

1.1.4 - 2020-02-25 21:45:03

Improvements in commandline input options including new custom testable imports.

1.1.3 - 2020-02-12 19:07:53

  • Supports class mocking via subclassing
  • Supports members guarded by #if macro in protocol and other types
  • Correctly handles keywords in parameters when used outside of the decl

1.1.2 - 2020-01-17 01:19:08

  • Added Cocoapods support (SwiftSyntax usage is disabled for this)
  • Added more language feature support (e.g. subscript)
  • Updated Readme with 'mint install/run' for Mockolo installation

1.1.1 - 2019-12-18 03:45:36

  • Added install-script for easier distribution
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Updated docs

1.1.0 - 2019-12-06 01:23:29

  • Added SwiftSyntax (from swift 5.1) parser support which is now a default parser.
  • Added --use-sourcekit arg in the commandline to allow use of SourceKit if needed.
  • Updated type parsing checks for models.
  • It's single-threaded for now due to a crash in SwiftSyntax (SyntaxVisitor:visitChildren) when multi-threaded.
  • Benchmarking shows parsing via SwiftSyntax can be faster (even single-threaded) than via SourceKit multi-threaded:

--

Input: 1.8M LoC with 13K protocols Output: 0.8M LoC with 11K mock classes

Via SwiftSyntax: 13s (-j1) Via SourceKit: 46s (-j1), 22s (-j2), 12s (-j6), 10s (-j12)

(Measured on MBP-15, 6-core, 2018)

--

1.0.0 - 2019-09-03 21:51:31

First release - Mockolo: a commandline mock generation tool using MockoloFramework

  • Uses Sourcekit parser
  • Uses concurrency for faster performance
  • Uses Data type instead of String for optimizations
  • Supports various edge cases, e.g. associatedtype via annotation arguments
  • Supports mockgen for an entire dependency tree or per module