andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 08:39:34 PDT 2012
On 03/27/2012 02:24 PM, vanderson.mota at gmail.com wrote:
> VCR, as far as i know only works for HTTP. It is very easy to use, and
> unfortunately i didn't find a match for it in python. It seems people
> are more concerned about building "My new cool ruby-like test runner".
> The coding strategy to make VCR was to monkeypatch the Http Libraries,
> like the basic Net::Http, since there are a lot of http clients use it
> under the hood. And for the ones who don't, the author wrote an
> adapter for the most popular ones.
> I think similar approach can be used with python.
> 1: https://github.com/myronmarston/vcr/tree/master/lib/vcr/library_hooks
Yes it should be feasible, and true it seems that the Ruby community has
much more ferment in this area.
Anyway it would be great to do the same thing recording directly the
There are probably a few problems with that:
1. need to be root to sniff the network traffic
2. might need to rewrite a lot of packets when replaying because they
depend on the specific
network configuration of the machine
so maybe it's not really easy after all, what do you think?
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