A small Crystal library for capturing standard I/O streams.
Add this to your application's
dependencies: stdio: github: mosop/stdio
require "stdio" out, err, in = Stdio.capture do |io| STDOUT.puts ":)" STDERR.puts ":(" io.in.puts ":P" [io.out.gets, io.err.gets, STDIN.gets] end puts out # prints ":)" puts err # prints ":(" puts in # prints ":P"
err methods returns decaptured I/Os. The type of the I/O means that the I/O is not capturing the standard stream any more. In other words, you can not capture the standard streams any more in the same yielded block after calling
Stdio.capture do |io| STDOUT.puts ":)" # captured io.out.gets # decaptured and taken ":)\n" STDOUT.puts ":X" # prints ":X", not captured end
Why should I/Os be decaptured? Because a process easily hangs up when you send any waiting methods to the I/Os that are not decaptured.
To access I/Os keeping capturing and control waiting by yourself, use the
Stdio.capture do |io| STDOUT.puts ":)" io.out!.gets # => ":)\n" STDOUT.puts ":X" io.out!.gets # => ":X\n" io.out!.gets # waits end
- Capture#out!, Capture#err!
- Fork it ( https://github.com/mosop/stdio/fork )
- Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request
- mosop - creator, maintainer