mocking-disk-writing: Mocking writing to disk

mocking-disk-writingR Documentation

Mocking writing to disk

Description

Mocking writing to disk

Examples

## Not run: 
# enable mocking
enable()

# Write to a file before mocked request

# crul
library(crul)
## make a temp file
f <- tempfile(fileext = ".json")
## write something to the file
cat("{\"hello\":\"world\"}\n", file = f)
readLines(f)
## make the stub
stub_request("get", "https://httpbin.org/get") %>% 
  to_return(body = file(f))
## make a request
(out <- HttpClient$new("https://httpbin.org/get")$get(disk = f))
out$content
readLines(out$content)

# httr
library(httr)
## make a temp file
f <- tempfile(fileext = ".json")
## write something to the file
cat("{\"hello\":\"world\"}\n", file = f)
readLines(f)
## make the stub
stub_request("get", "https://httpbin.org/get") %>% 
  to_return(body = file(f), 
   headers = list('content-type' = "application/json"))
## make a request
## with httr, you must set overwrite=TRUE or you'll get an errror
out <- GET("https://httpbin.org/get", write_disk(f, overwrite=TRUE))
out
out$content
content(out, "text", encoding = "UTF-8")


# Use mock_file to have webmockr handle file and contents

# crul
library(crul)
f <- tempfile(fileext = ".json")
## make the stub
stub_request("get", "https://httpbin.org/get") %>% 
  to_return(body = mock_file(f, "{\"hello\":\"mars\"}\n"))
## make a request
(out <- crul::HttpClient$new("https://httpbin.org/get")$get(disk = f))
out$content
readLines(out$content)

# httr
library(httr)
## make a temp file
f <- tempfile(fileext = ".json")
## make the stub
stub_request("get", "https://httpbin.org/get") %>% 
  to_return(
    body = mock_file(path = f, payload = "{\"foo\": \"bar\"}"),
    headers = list('content-type' = "application/json")
  )
## make a request
out <- GET("https://httpbin.org/get", write_disk(f))
out
## view stubbed file content
out$content
readLines(out$content)
content(out, "text", encoding = "UTF-8")

# disable mocking
disable()

## End(Not run)

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