Re: "mock", not "mock-up", as a noun ?

Subject: Re: "mock", not "mock-up", as a noun ?
From: Nick Murray <flutable -at- hotmail -dot- com>
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Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2013 12:29:05 +1000

Mocked objects are used for testing purposes. See

The (test) objects are often referred to as "mocks". "Mock it" means to use a mocking (software) framework to assist with the testing process.

On 31/07/2013 7:57 AM, Monique Semp wrote:

Somewhat related to the recent âverb noun install failâ thread and changing word usage, I just saw âmock it ...â instead of âmock it up...â, and âmocks should be sufficientâ instead of âmock-ups should be sufficientâ.

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