An RSpec matcher for the Fakeweb HTTP stubbing library
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FakeWeb Matcher

An RSpec matcher for the Fakeweb HTTP stubbing library, allowing you to use RSpec syntax to check if requests to particular URIs have been made.

Installing

First, install the gem

gem install fakeweb-matcher --source http://gemcutter.org

Then, in your spec/spec_helper.rb file, you’ll need to require the library after you have required FakeWeb and RSpec. It should end up looking something like this:

require 'spec'
require 'fakeweb'
require 'fakeweb_matcher'

This ensures that the matcher is automatically loaded into RSpec for you.

Usage

FakeWeb.should have_requested(:get, 'http://example.com')
FakeWeb.should have_requested(:any, 'http://example.com')
FakeWeb.should have_requested(:post, /http:\/\/example.com\/)
FakeWeb.should_not have_requested(:put, 'http://example.com')

Contribution

Unsurprisingly, this library is tested using RSpec, and relies upon FakeWeb. It also uses YARD for documentation, so if you’re submitting patches (which are most definitely welcome!) please use YARD syntax and have valid specs.

Contributors

Copyright

Copyright © 2009 Pat Allan, released under an MIT Licence