0.4.0 April 28, 2010
Added support for webmock. All the fakeweb-specific code is now in an adapter (as is the webmock code).
Changed the format of the VCR cassettes. The old format was tied directly to Net::HTTP, but webmock supports other HTTP libraries and I plan to allow VCR to use them in the future. Note that this is a breaking change--your old VCR cassettes from prior releases will not work with VCR 0.4.0. However, VCR provides a rake task to assist you in migrating your cassettes to the new format. Simply add
load 'vcr/tasks/vcr.rake'to your project's Rakefile, and run:
$ rake vcr:migrate_cassettes DIR=path/to/cassete/library/directory
The new cassette format records more information about the request (i.e. the request headers and body), so that it can potentially be used with webmock in the future.
Made most of
VCR::Cassette's methods private. I had forgotten to make the methods private before, and most of them don't need to be exposed.
Automatically disallow http connections using the appropriate setting of the http stubbing library (fakeweb or webmock). This relieves users from the need to set the option themselves, so they hopefully aren't using either fakeweb or webmock directly, making it much easier to switch between these.
Change documentation from rdoc to markdown format.
Lots of other refactoring.
0.3.1 April 10, 2010
- Fixed a bug: when
Net::HTTP#requestwas called with a block that had a return statement, the response was not being recorded.
0.3.0 March 24, 2010
Renamed a bunch of methods, replacing them with method names that more clearly fit the VCR/cassette metaphor:
:unregisteredrecord mode =>
All the old methods still work, but you'll get deprecation warnings.
0.2.0 March 9, 2010
0.1.2 March 4, 2010
Added explanatory note about VCR to
Got things to work for when a cassette records multiple requests made to the same URL with the same HTTP verb, but different responses. We have to register an array of responses with fakeweb.
Net::HTTPmonkey patch so that it only stores the recorded response once per request. Internally,
Net::HTTP#requestrecursively calls itself (passing slightly different arguments) in certain circumstances.
0.1.1 February 25, 2010
- Handle asynchronous HTTP requests (such as for mechanize). Bug reported by Thibaud Guillaume-Gentil.
0.1.0 February 25, 2010
- Initial release. Basic recording and replaying of responses works.