Commit 38f063ea authored by Damien George's avatar Damien George
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tests/extmod: Add very basic feature test for ussl module.

This test just tests that the basic functions/methods can be called with
the appropriate arguments.  There is no real test of underlying
functionality.

Thanks to @hosaka for the initial implementation of this test.
parent a0cbc108
# very basic test of ssl module, just to test the methods exist
try:
import uio as io
import ussl as ssl
except ImportError:
print("SKIP")
import sys
sys.exit()
# create in client mode
try:
ss = ssl.wrap_socket(io.BytesIO())
except OSError as er:
print('wrap_socket:', repr(er))
# create in server mode (can use this object for further tests)
socket = io.BytesIO()
ss = ssl.wrap_socket(socket, server_side=1)
# print
print(repr(ss)[:12])
# setblocking
try:
ss.setblocking(False)
except NotImplementedError:
print('setblocking: NotImplementedError')
ss.setblocking(True)
# write
print(ss.write(b'aaaa'))
# read (underlying socket has no data)
print(ss.read(8))
# read (underlying socket has data, but it's bad data)
socket.write(b'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa')
socket.seek(0)
try:
ss.read(8)
except OSError as er:
print('read:', repr(er))
# close
ss.close()
# write on closed socket
try:
ss.write(b'aaaa')
except OSError as er:
print('write:', repr(er))
ssl_handshake_status: -256
wrap_socket: OSError(5,)
<_SSLSocket
setblocking: NotImplementedError
4
b''
read: OSError(-261,)
write: OSError(-256,)
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