When recording requests for use as test fixtures, you don't want to include secrets like authentication tokens and personal ids. These functions provide a means for redacting this kind of content, or anything you want, from responses that capture_requests() saves.

redact_cookies(response)

within_body_text(response, FUN)

redact_auth(response)

## Arguments

response An 'httr' response object to sanitize. For redact_headers(), a character vector of header names to sanitize. Note that redact_headers() itself does not do redacting but returns a function that when called does the redacting. For within_body_text(), a function that takes as its argument a character vector and returns a modified version of that. This function will be applied to the text of the response's "content".

## Value

All redacting functions return a well-formed 'httr' response object.

## Details

redact_cookies() removes cookies from 'httr' response objects. redact_headers() lets you target selected request and response headers for redaction. redact_auth() is a convenience wrapper around them for a useful default redactor in capture_requests().

within_body_text() lets you manipulate the text of the response body and manages the parsing of the raw (binary) data in the 'response' object.

vignette("redacting", package="httptest") for a detailed discussion of what these functions do and how to customize them. gsub_response() is another redactor.