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Utilities to help testing servers
test-server-port[parameter] (test-server-port [integer])
The port to access the test server. The default value is 8080.
connect-procedure[parameter] (connect-procedure [procedure])
The procedure to be used to check if the server is ready to accept requests. Default is tcp-connect from unit tcp.
standby-time[parameter] (standby-time [integer])
Time in seconds to wait for the server to start serving after it has started accepting connections. This parameter was introduced in version 0.4.
max-attempts-to-connect[parameter] (max-attempts-to-connect [integer])
Maximum number of attempts to connect to the server before assuming that it failed to start. This parameter was introduced in version 0.4.
time-between-attempts-to-connect[parameter] (time-between-attempts-to-connect [integer])
Time in seconds to wait between to consecutive attempts to connect to the server. This parameter was introduced in version 0.4.
High level interface
with-test-server[procedure] (with-test-server server-thunk tests-thunk)
Start the server by executing server-thunk, run the tests (tests-thunk) and stop the server.
The awful application to be tested:
(use awful) (define-page "/foo" (lambda () "foo") no-template: #t)
The test program:
(use server-test awful http-client test) ;; The awful application to be tested (awful-apps (list "foo.scm")) (with-test-server (lambda () (awful-start (lambda () (load-apps (awful-apps))))) (lambda () (test "foo" (with-input-from-request "http://localhost:8080/foo" #f read-string))))
Low level interface
start-test-server[procedure] (start-test-server thunk)
Start the test server and returns its pid. thunk is the procedure which actually runs the server.
stop-test-server[procedure] (stop-server pid)
Stops the server whose pid is the given pid.
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- Bug fix: propagate exceptions raised when running tests code
- Add standby-time, max-attempts-to-connect and time-between-attempts-to-connect parameters
- Fixed release numbers/tags (thanks to Peter Bex)
- Bug fix in the internal can-connect? procedure (it was not honoring test-server-port)
- Initial release