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I saw a previous post on this subject and I want confirmation because I did not find the specific information in the documentation.

Is it true that you can not mock overloaded methods? I have a class where I have an instance method (Parse) that I wish to mock, that calls a static overload (Parse). When I try to mock the method, it always mocks only the static method.

In this case I can hack around because the overload that I can mock is called by the one I want to mock. This is not always the case.

Are there any work arounds for this?

thanks in advance.
asked by sellingerd (5.7k points)

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This is solved in the next release, I will send you a fix offline.
answered by scott (32k points)