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NAME

Test2::Tools::URL - Compare a URL in your Test2 test

VERSION

version 0.03

SYNOPSIS

 use Test2::V0;
 use Test2::Tools::URL;
 
 is(
   "http://example.com/path1/path2?query=1#fragment",
   url {
     url_component scheme   => 'http';
     url_component host     => 'example.com';
     url_component path     => '/path1/path2';
     url_component query    => { query => 1 };
     url_component fragment => 'fragment';
   },
   'url is as expected',
 );

DESCRIPTION

This set of Test2 tools helps writing tests against URLs, represented as either strings, or as objects that stringify to URLs (such as URI or Mojo::URL).

The idea is that you may be writing tests against URLs, but you may only care about one or two components, and you may not want to worry about decoding the URL or breaking the components up. The URL may be nested deeply. This tool is intended to help!

FUNCTIONS

url

 my $check = url {}

Checks that the given string or object is a valid URL.

url_base

 url {
   url_base $url;
 };

Use the given base URL for relative paths. If specified outside of a URL, then it will apply to all url checks.

url_component

 url {
   url_component $component, $check;
 }

Check that the given URL component matches.

scheme
authority
userinfo
hostport
host
port
path
query

May be either a string, list or array!

fragment

SEE ALSO

Test2::Suite

AUTHOR

Graham Ollis <plicease@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Graham Ollis.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.