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I\'m wondering what are the pros and cons of Typemock\'s injection\\instrumentation mechanism using CLR profiling API vs that of libraries such as https://github.com/pardeike/Harmony that modifies JIT\'ed machine code on the fly. To me, Harmony seems more lightweight, flexible and well, it\'s free :)

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I am not familiar with Harmony, but Harmony is a library whereas Typemock is a mocking tool; Harmony requires to \"patch\" manually in order to get things to work (modify methods behavior) and from a quick review of the documentation it has some other restrictions (i.e adding fields to classes or correct me if I\'m wrong).

It looks like a great project to me, but it pretty different than what Isolator for .NET offers (SmartRunner, mocking friendly API, Suggest, Coverage... and well, the price ).
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