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httpyac not recognizing http-client.env.json files on WSL

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Issue Description

I’ve run into an issue that only seems to happen on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Which is quite irritating and I’m hoping you could end my frustration 😃

I have a project set up where I have my project set up as follows:

.
├── Asserts
│   ├── Should_be_200_OK.js
│   └── Should_be_201.js
├── http-client.env.json
├── .httpyac.json
├── Integration.Tests.csproj
└── Tests
    └── post-tests.http

When I run the command the command below on Linux or Mac it works as expected and is great

httpyac ./tests/Integration.Tests/Tests/* --all -e dev --json or httpyac ./tests/Integration.Tests/Tests/* --all -e dev -o short

However, when it comes to Windows and even though I am using Windows Subsystem for Linux (ubuntu) the command fails

ReferenceError: host is not defined which seems to indicate HttpYac can’t find the http-client.env.json where all environment variables have been defined.

This only seems to happen on WSL though!

Feel free to check out the sample project https://github.com/Geek-I-Am/post-service

The really annoying things is when I run the tests in Rider on Windows they work as expected! So I know the tests work. and if I run the tests on any other OS using the HttpYac they work. It’s only Windows that is the issue.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 8 months ago
  • Comments:12 (6 by maintainers)

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1reaction
garywoodfinecommented, May 15, 2022

I’ll try the debugging option on Monday, try get as much information as I can.

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AnWebercommented, May 16, 2022

@garywoodfine Thank you. You are welcome.

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