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Cannot raise events on non-eventargs derived EventHandler<T>

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Isaac Abraham
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Isaac Abraham asked on 20 Nov 2013, 01:20 PM
I have a simple event which does not derive from event args. It seems that there is no way to raise these events on mocked objects: -

public interface IFoo
{
   event EventHandler<string> Message;
}
 
[Fact]
public void Sample()
{
    bool fired = false;
    var create = Mock.Create<IFoo>();
    create.Message += (o,e) => fired = true;
 
    Mock.Raise(() => create.Message += null, "Test"); //bang
 
    Assert.True(fired);
}

It appears that either (a) you must create a custom delegate rather than using EventHandler<T>, or (b) create a full class that inherits from EventArgs. If so - this is slightly cumbersome to use. It would be much better if there were no restriction that the type of T on EventHandler must derive from EventArgs.

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Kaloyan
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answered on 22 Nov 2013, 12:54 PM
Hi Isaac,

Thank you for reporting this. It appears to be a missing functionality in JustMock. It is now into our backlog and it should be implemented soon. I will notify you upon release. I hope this works for you.

P.S. I have added some Telerik points into your account. Thanks for the feedback once again.

Regards,
Kaloyan
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