Paul Evans

NAME

Test::Async::HTTP - unit test code that uses Net::Async::HTTP

DESCRIPTION

This module implements a mock version of Net::Async::HTTP suitable for unit tests that virtualises the actual HTTP request/response cycle, allowing the unit test script to inspect the requests made and provide responses to them.

METHODS

$f = $http->do_request( %args )

Implements the actual Net::Async::HTTP request API.

The following arguments are handled specially:

  • timeout

    The value of a timeout argument is captured as an extra header on the request object called X-NaHTTP-Timeout.

  • stall_timeout

  • expect_continue

  • SSL

    These arguments are entirely ignored.

$response = $http->GET( $uri, %args )->get

$response = $http->HEAD( $uri, %args )->get

$response = $http->PUT( $uri, $content, %args )->get

$response = $http->POST( $uri, $content, %args )->get

Convenient wrappers for using the GET, HEAD, PUT or POST methods with a URI object and few if any other arguments, returning a Future.

Remember that POST with non-form data (as indicated by a plain scalar instead of an ARRAY reference of form data name/value pairs) needs a content_type key in %args.

$p = $http->next_pending

Returns the next pending request wrapper object if one is outstanding (due to an earlier call to do_request), or undef.

PENDING REQUEST OBJECTS

Objects returned by next_pending respond to the following methods:

$request = $p->request

Returns the HTTP::Request object underlying this pending request.

$p->respond( $resp )

Makes the request complete with the given HTTP::Response response. This response is given to the Future that had been returned by the do_request method.

$p->respond_header( $header )

$p->respond_more( $data )

$p->respond_done

Alternative to the single respond method, to allow an equivalent of chunked encoding response. respond_header responds with the header and initial content, followed by multiple calls to respond_more to provide more body content, until a final respond_done call finishes the request.

AUTHOR

Paul Evans <leonerd@leonerd.org.uk>