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allow you to easily mock HTTP responses in your tests

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responses_proxy allow you to easily mock HTTP responses in your tests


With pip:

$ pip install responses_proxy

Using docker:

$ docker run --rm -v tests/responses:/tests/responses bearstech/responses_proxy -h


Check command line arguments:

$ responses-proxy -h

First save some stuff using the proxy mode:

$ responses-proxy --proxy

If your target site use ssl then use:

$ responses-proxy --proxy --use-ssl

The proxy do not support ssl so you need to make http request. But first set the HTTP_PROXY env var:

$ export HTTP_PROXY=http://localhost:3333

Then run some code to make some requests:

python -c "import requests; requests.get('')"

This will generate some file in tests/responses/

NB: With docker you’ll have to mount the volume:

$ docker run --rm -v tests/responses:/tests/responses bearstech/responses_proxy

You can now restart the server without the proxy mode and the client will react the same way without calling the real server.

You can aslo use a RequestsMock in you unit tests:

import responses_proxy
import requsests

def test_url():
    with responses_proxy.RequestsMock():
        # https will work to. both are registered

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