module Net::SSH::Test

This module may be used in unit tests, for when you want to test that your SSH state machines are really doing what you expect they are doing. You will typically include this module in your unit test class, and then build a “story” of expected sends and receives:

require 'minitest/autorun'
require 'net/ssh/test'

class MyTest < Minitest::Test
  include Net::SSH::Test

  def test_exec_via_channel_works
    story do |session|
      channel = session.opens_channel
      channel.sends_exec "ls"
      channel.gets_data "result of ls"
      channel.gets_close
      channel.sends_close
    end

    assert_scripted do
      result = nil

      connection.open_channel do |ch|
        ch.exec("ls") do |success|
          ch.on_data { |c, data| result = data }
          ch.on_close { |c| c.close }
        end
      end

      connection.loop
      assert_equal "result of ls", result
    end
  end
end

See Net::SSH::Test::Channel and Net::SSH::Test::Script for more options.

Note that the Net::SSH::Test system is rather finicky yet, and can be kind of frustrating to get working. Any suggestions for improvement will be welcome!

Public Instance Methods

assert_scripted() { || ... } click to toggle source

First asserts that a story has been described (see story). Then yields, and then asserts that all items described in the script have been processed. Typically, this is called immediately after a story has been built, and the SSH commands being tested are then executed within the block passed to this assertion.

# File lib/net/ssh/test.rb, line 82
def assert_scripted
  raise "there is no script to be processed" if socket.script.events.empty?
  Net::SSH::Test::Extensions::IO.with_test_extension { yield }
  assert socket.script.events.empty?, "there should not be any remaining scripted events, but there are still #{socket.script.events.length} pending"
end
connection(options={}) click to toggle source

Returns the connection session (Net::SSH::Connection::Session) for use in these tests. It is a fully functional SSH session, operating over a mock socket (#socket).

# File lib/net/ssh/test.rb, line 66
def connection(options={})
  @connection ||= Net::SSH::Connection::Session.new(transport(options), options)
end
socket(options={}) click to toggle source

Returns the test socket instance to use for these tests (see Net::SSH::Test::Socket).

# File lib/net/ssh/test.rb, line 59
def socket(options={})
  @socket ||= Net::SSH::Test::Socket.new
end
story() { |script| ... } click to toggle source

If a block is given, yields the script for the test socket (#socket). Otherwise, simply returns the socket's script. See Net::SSH::Test::Script.

# File lib/net/ssh/test.rb, line 52
def story
  Net::SSH::Test::Extensions::IO.with_test_extension { yield socket.script if block_given? }
  return socket.script
end
transport(options={}) click to toggle source

Returns the transport session (Net::SSH::Transport::Session) for use in these tests. It is a fully functional SSH transport session, operating over a mock socket (#socket).

# File lib/net/ssh/test.rb, line 73
def transport(options={})
  @transport ||= Net::SSH::Transport::Session.new(options[:host] || "localhost", options.merge(kex: "test", host_key: "ssh-rsa", paranoid: false, proxy: socket(options)))
end