Faster dependency mocking 02

I’ve reviewed the dependency mocking mechanism to remove DocBlock requirements.

The problem

While I try to document all of my code public methods I also understand that keeping it up to date can be quite a chore.
Automatic doc block generation, something editors like Sublime Text or PhpStorm will do entering /** before a function or method definition, is a comfort I do not want to loose.
If I had to manually re-define @depends notation in each DocBlock then I’ve just moved the effort somewhere else from the test code; since I can automate the generation of those @depends notations using live templates or snippets in either IDEs I can probably automate that process at a PHP level as well.

The current solution

Given a class like

class TestClass232
{

    public function __construct(DependencyClass231 $dep231, Int1 $int1)
    {
        ...
    }

    public function methodOne(stdClass $one, stdClass $two, stdClass $three)
    {
        ...
    }
}

calling, inside a test method, the tad_DependencyMocker_Smart class (name is temporary and subject to change before release), on the class methodOne method will mock the method dependencies and return them

    $mocker = new tad_DependencyMocker_Smart('TestClass232', 'methodOne');
    extract($mocker->getMocksArray());

    // set expectations, return values etc. on the mocks
    $dep231->expects(...

    // inject the mocks into the subject under test 
    $sut = new TestClass232($dep231, $int1);
    $sut->methodOne($one, $two, $three);

Extra method stubbing on a per-class base remains an option

// also stub fooMethod and bazMethod for any Int1 mocks
$extra = [
    'Int1' => ['fooMethod', 'bazMethod']
    ];

// get and extract the mocks  
extract(tad_DependencyMocker_Smart::on('TestClass232')
    ->setExtraMethods($extra)
    ->getMocksArray()
);

// set and exercise the sut and pre conditions

Next

I will refine the mocker with tests and will move into a more concise expectation/return value setting for mocks.

I appreciate your input