On 6 Aug 2012, at 15:56, Robert Rothenberg wrote:

> My application has a lot of tests scripts (and even some utility scripts)
> that create a Test::MockObject that imitates a Catalyst context.
> But it's largely a kluge, especially for handling authentication with things
> like
>  $c->check_any_use_role(...)
> So, what are the best practices for generating a fake Catalyst context that
> is, for all intents, logged-in as a particular user?

Test::MockObject is fairly evil (it uses UNIVERSAL::can and UNIVERSAL::isa 
which are fundamentally broken).. But this solution is entirely workable.

Personally, latterly, I've just been using Moose directly when I want to mock a 


e.g. https://gist.github.com/199215 (from 


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