Main class that provides the mocked context.
This can be used as a decorator, as a context manager, or manually. In all three cases, the guarded context will route all recurly requests to the mocked callback functions defined in endpoints.py.
Register a transaction failure for the given account.
This will setup mocurly such that all transactions made by the account with the given account_code will fail with the selected error_code.
Starts the mocked context by enabling HTTPretty to route requests to the defined endpoints.
Notifies mocurly to start simulating time outs within the current context.
You can pass in a filter function which will be used to decide what requests to timeout. The function will get one parameter, request, which is an instance of the HTTPrettyRequest class, and should return a boolean which when True, the request will time out.
- The following attributes are available on the request object:
headers -> a mimetype object that can be cast into a dictionary, contains all the request headers.
method -> the HTTP method used in this request.
path -> the full path to the requested URI.
querystring -> a dictionary containing lists with the attributes.
body -> the raw contents of the request body.
- parsed_body -> a dictionary containing parsed request body or
- None if HTTPrettyRequest doesn’t know how to parse it.
Notifies mocurly to make timeouts on POST requests, but only after it has caused state changes.
Like start_timeout, you can pass in a filter function used to decide which requests to cause the timeout on.
Stops the mocked context, restoring the routes back to what they were
Notifies mocurly to stop simulating time outs within the current context.
Notifies mocurly to stop simulating successful POST time outs within the current context.