A HTTP replay library for testing.
JANUARY 2015 :: HTTREPLAY IS NOW END-OF-LIFED. I strongly recommend using vcr.py, which these days has a larger community, a richer feature set, and is better maintained. I will keep HTTReplay on PyPi for now just so that nobody gets caught out. But please do migrate to vcr.py when you have an opporunity. Thanks!
HTTReplay is a Python HTTP (and HTTPS!) replay library for testing.
The library supports the recording and replay of network requests made via httplib, requests >= 1.2.3 (including requests 2.x), and urllib3 >= 0.6.
Here’s a very simple example of how to use it:
import requests from httreplay import replay with replay('/tmp/recording_file.json'): result = requests.get("http://example.com/") # ... issue as many requests as you like ... # ... repeated requests won't hit the network ...
There’s a lot more you can do. Full documentation is available from the httreplay github page.
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