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NAME
    AnyEvent::MockTCPServer - Mock TCP Server using AnyEvent

VERSION
    version 1.113250

SYNOPSIS
      use AnyEvent::MockTCPServer qw/:all/;
      my $cv = AnyEvent->condvar;
      my $server =
        AnyEvent::MockTCPServer->new(connections =>
                                     [
                                      [ # first connection
                                       [ recv => 'HELLO', 'wait for "HELLO"' ],
                                       [ sleep => 0.1, 'wait 0.1s' ],
                                       [ code => sub { $cv->send('done') },
                                         'send "done" with condvar' ],
                                       [ send => 'BYE', 'send "BYE"' ],
                                       # ...
                                      ],
                                      [ # second connection
                                       # ...
                                      ]],
                                     # ...
                                    );

DESCRIPTION
    This module provides a TCP server with a set of defined behaviours for
    use in testing of TCP clients. It is intended to be use when testing
    AnyEvent TCP client interfaces.

METHODS
  "new(%parameters)"
    Constructs a new AnyEvent::MockTCPServer object. The parameter hash can
    contain values for the following keys:

    "connections"
        A list reference containing elements for each expected connection.
        Each element is another list reference contain action elements. Each
        action element is a list with an action method name and any
        arguments to the action method. By convention, the final argument to
        the action method should be a description. See the action method
        descriptions for the other arguments.

    "host"
        The host IP that the server should listen on. Default is the IPv4
        loopback address, 127.0.0.1.

    "port"
        The port that the server should listen on. Default is to pick a free
        port.

    "timeout"
        The timeout for IO operations in seconds. Default is 2 seconds.

    "on_timeout"
        The callback to call when a timeout occurs. Default is to die with
        message "server timeout\n".

  "listening()"
    Condvar that is notified when the mock server is ready. The value
    received is an array reference containing the address and port that the
    server is listening on.

  "connect_address()"
    An array reference containing the address and port that the server is
    listening on. This method blocks on the "listening()" condvar until the
    server is listening.

  "connect_host()"
    The address that the server is listening on. This method blocks on the
    "listening()" condvar until the server is listening.

  "connect_port()"
    The port that the server is listening on. This method blocks on the
    "listening()" condvar until the server is listening.

  "connect_string()"
    A string containing the address and port that the server is listening on
    separated by a colon, '":"'. This method blocks on the "listening()"
    condvar until the server is listening.

  "finished_cv()"
    Condvar that is notified when the mock server has completed processing
    of all the expected connections.

  "next_action($handle, $actions)"
    Internal method called by the action methods when the server should
    proceed with the next action. Must be called by any action methods
    written in subclasses of this class.

ACTION METHOD ARGUMENTS
    These methods (and methods added by derived classes) can be used in
    action lists passed via the constructor "connections" parameter. The
    $handle and $actions arguments should be omitted from the action lists
    as they are supplied by the framework.

ACTION METHODS
  "send($handle, $actions, $send, $desc)"
    Sends the payload, $send, to the client.

  "packsend($handle, $actions, $send, $desc)"
    Sends the payload, $send, to the client after removing whitespace and
    packing it with 'H*'. This method is equivalent to the "send($handle,
    $actions, $send, $desc)" method when passed the packed string but debug
    messages contain the unpacked strings are easier to read.

  "recv($handle, $actions, $expect, $desc)"
    Waits for the data $expect from the client.

  "recvline($handle, $actions, $expect, $desc)"
    Waits for a line of data $expect from the client. See AnyEvent::Handle
    for the definition of 'line'.

  "packrecv($handle, $actions, $expect, $desc)"
    Removes whitespace and packs the string $expect with 'H*' and then waits
    for the resulting data from the client. This method is equivalent to the
    "recv($handle, $actions, $expect, $desc)" method when passed the packed
    string but debug messages contain the unpacked strings are easier to
    read.

  "sleep($handle, $actions, $interval, $desc)"
    Causes the server to sleep for $interval seconds.

  "code($handle, $actions, $code, $desc)"
    Causes the server to execute the code reference with the client handle
    as the first argument.

AUTHOR
    Mark Hindess <soft-cpan@temporalanomaly.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
    This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Mark Hindess.

    This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
    the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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