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README.md

aiohttpretty

A simple asyncio compatible httpretty mock using aiohttp. Tells aiohttp to return bespoke payloads from certain urls. If aiohttp is used to access a url that isn't mocked, throws an error to prevent tests from making live requests.

Synopsis

import myproject

import pytest
import aiohttpretty


@pytest.mark.asyncio
async def test_get_keys_foo():
    good_response = {'dog': 'woof', 'duck': 'quack'}
    good_url = 'http://example.com/dict'
    aiohttpretty.register_json_uri('GET', good_url, body=good_response)

    bad_response = ['dog', 'duck']
    bad_url = 'http://example.com/list'
    aiohttpretty.register_json_uri('GET', bad_url, body=bad_response)

    aiohttpretty.activate()

    # .get_keys_from_url() calls .keys() on response
    keys_from_good = await myproject.get_keys_from_url(good_url)
    assert keys_from_good == ['dog', 'duck']

    with pytest.raises(exceptions.AttributeError) as exc:
        await myproject.get_keys_from_url(bad_url)

    # aiohttpretty will die screaming that this url hasn't been mocked
    # await myproject.get_keys_from_url('http://example.com/unhandled')

    aiohttpretty.deactivate()

Methods

.register_uri(method, uri, **options)

Register the specified request with aiohttpretty. When aiohttp.request is called, aiohttpretty will look for a request that matches in its registry. If it finds one, it returns a response defined by the parameters given in options. If no matching request is found, aiohttpretty will throw an error. The HTTP method, uri, and query parameters must all match to be found.

method: HTTP method to be issued against the uri.

uri: The uri to be mocked.

options: modifiers to the expected request and the mock response

  • params: Affects the request. These will be added to the registered uri.

  • responses: Affects the response. A list of dicts containing one or more of the following parameters. Each call to the uri will return the next response in the sequence.

  • status: Affects the response. The HTTP status code of the response. Defaults to 200.

  • reason: Affects the response. The HTTP reason phrase of the response. Defaults to '' (an empty string).

  • auto_length: Affects the response. Generate the Content-Length header for the response based on the size of the body. If the same header is provided in the headers option, the value will be overwritten by the auto-generated value.

  • headers: Affects the response. A dict of headers to be included with the response. Default is no headers.

  • body: Affects the response. The content to be returned when .read() is called on the response object. Must be either bytes, str, or instanceOf(asyncio.StreamReader).

.register_json_uri(method, uri, **options)

Same as .register_uri but automatically adds a Content-Type: application/json header to the response (though this can be overwritten if an explicit Content-Type is passed in the headers kwarg). Will also json encode the data structure given in the body kwarg.

.fake_request(method, uri, **kwargs)

aiohttpretty's fake implementation of aiohttp's request method. Takes the same parameters, but only uses method, uri, and params to lookup the mocked response in the registry. If the data kwarg is set and is an instance of asyncio.StreamReader, .fake_request() will read the stream to exhaustion to mimic its consumption.

.activate()

Replaces aiohttp.ClientSession._request with .fake_request(). The original implementation is saved.

.deactivate()

Restores aiohttp.ClientSession._request to the saved implementation.

.clear()

Purge the registry and the list of intercepted calls.

.has_call(uri, check_params=True)

Checks to see if the given uri was called during the test. By default, will verify that the query params match up. Setting check_params to False will strip params from the registered uri, not the passed-in uri.

Other

pytest marker

To simplify usage of aiohttpretty in tests, you can make a pytest marker that will automatically activate/deactivate aiohttpretty for the scope of a test. To do so, add the following to your conftest.py:

import aiohttpretty

def pytest_configure(config):
    config.addinivalue_line(
        'markers',
        'aiohttpretty: mark tests to activate aiohttpretty'
    )

def pytest_runtest_setup(item):
    marker = item.get_marker('aiohttpretty')
    if marker is not None:
        aiohttpretty.clear()
        aiohttpretty.activate()

def pytest_runtest_teardown(item, nextitem):
    marker = item.get_marker('aiohttpretty')
    if marker is not None:
        aiohttpretty.deactivate()

Then add @pytest.mark.aiohttpretty before async def test_foo.

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