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FauxResponseTest.php
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27  protected $response;
28 
29  protected function setUp() {
30  parent::setUp();
31  $this->response = new FauxResponse;
32  }
33 
40  public function testCookie() {
41  $expire = time() + 100;
42  $cookie = [
43  'value' => 'val',
44  'path' => '/path',
45  'domain' => 'domain',
46  'secure' => true,
47  'httpOnly' => false,
48  'raw' => false,
49  'expire' => $expire,
50  ];
51 
52  $this->assertEquals( null, $this->response->getCookie( 'xkey' ), 'Non-existing cookie' );
53  $this->response->setCookie( 'key', 'val', $expire, [
54  'prefix' => 'x',
55  'path' => '/path',
56  'domain' => 'domain',
57  'secure' => 1,
58  'httpOnly' => 0,
59  ] );
60  $this->assertEquals( 'val', $this->response->getCookie( 'xkey' ), 'Existing cookie' );
61  $this->assertEquals( $cookie, $this->response->getCookieData( 'xkey' ),
62  'Existing cookie (data)' );
63  $this->assertEquals( [ 'xkey' => $cookie ], $this->response->getCookies(),
64  'Existing cookies' );
65  }
66 
71  public function testHeader() {
72  $this->assertEquals( null, $this->response->getHeader( 'Location' ), 'Non-existing header' );
73 
74  $this->response->header( 'Location: http://localhost/' );
75  $this->assertEquals(
76  'http://localhost/',
77  $this->response->getHeader( 'Location' ),
78  'Set header'
79  );
80 
81  $this->response->header( 'Location: http://127.0.0.1/' );
82  $this->assertEquals(
83  'http://127.0.0.1/',
84  $this->response->getHeader( 'Location' ),
85  'Same header'
86  );
87 
88  $this->response->header( 'Location: http://127.0.0.2/', false );
89  $this->assertEquals(
90  'http://127.0.0.1/',
91  $this->response->getHeader( 'Location' ),
92  'Same header with override disabled'
93  );
94 
95  $this->response->header( 'Location: http://localhost/' );
96  $this->assertEquals(
97  'http://localhost/',
98  $this->response->getHeader( 'LOCATION' ),
99  'Get header case insensitive'
100  );
101  }
102 
106  public function testResponseCode() {
107  $this->response->header( 'HTTP/1.1 200' );
108  $this->assertEquals( 200, $this->response->getStatusCode(), 'Header with no message' );
109 
110  $this->response->header( 'HTTP/1.x 201' );
111  $this->assertEquals(
112  201,
113  $this->response->getStatusCode(),
114  'Header with no message and protocol 1.x'
115  );
116 
117  $this->response->header( 'HTTP/1.1 202 OK' );
118  $this->assertEquals( 202, $this->response->getStatusCode(), 'Normal header' );
119 
120  $this->response->header( 'HTTP/1.x 203 OK' );
121  $this->assertEquals(
122  203,
123  $this->response->getStatusCode(),
124  'Normal header with no message and protocol 1.x'
125  );
126 
127  $this->response->header( 'HTTP/1.x 204 OK', false, 205 );
128  $this->assertEquals(
129  205,
130  $this->response->getStatusCode(),
131  'Third parameter overrides the HTTP/... header'
132  );
133 
134  $this->response->statusHeader( 210 );
135  $this->assertEquals(
136  210,
137  $this->response->getStatusCode(),
138  'Handle statusHeader method'
139  );
140 
141  $this->response->header( 'Location: http://localhost/', false, 206 );
142  $this->assertEquals(
143  206,
144  $this->response->getStatusCode(),
145  'Third parameter with another header'
146  );
147  }
148 }
FauxResponseTest
Definition: FauxResponseTest.php:25
FauxResponseTest\testCookie
testCookie()
FauxResponse::setCookie FauxResponse::getCookie FauxResponse::getCookieData FauxResponse::getCookies.
Definition: FauxResponseTest.php:40
FauxResponseTest\testHeader
testHeader()
FauxResponse::getheader FauxResponse::header.
Definition: FauxResponseTest.php:71
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