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// Copyright 2014 The Flutter Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
import 'package:flutter_tools/src/base/logger.dart';
import 'package:flutter_tools/src/ios/devices.dart';
import '../../src/common.dart';
import '../../src/fake_process_manager.dart';
import '../../src/fakes.dart';
const Map<String, String> kDyLdLibEntry = <String, String>{
'DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH': '/path/to/libs',
void main() {
// By default, the .forward() method will try every port between 1024
// and 65535; this test verifies we are killing iproxy processes when
// we timeout on a port
testWithoutContext('IOSDevicePortForwarder.forward will kill iproxy processes before invoking a second', () async {
final FakeProcessManager processManager = FakeProcessManager.list(<FakeCommand>[
// iproxy does not exit with 0 when it cannot forward;
// the FakeCommands below expect an exitCode of 0.
const FakeCommand(
command: <String>['iproxy', '12345:456', '--udid', '1234'],
environment: kDyLdLibEntry,
// Empty stdout indicates failure.
const FakeCommand(
command: <String>['iproxy', '12346:456', '--udid', '1234'],
stdout: 'not empty',
environment: kDyLdLibEntry,
final FakeOperatingSystemUtils operatingSystemUtils = FakeOperatingSystemUtils();
final IOSDevicePortForwarder portForwarder = IOSDevicePortForwarder.test(
processManager: processManager,
logger: BufferLogger.test(),
operatingSystemUtils: operatingSystemUtils,
final int hostPort = await portForwarder.forward(456);
// First port tried (12345) should fail, then succeed on the next
expect(hostPort, 12345 + 1);
expect(processManager, hasNoRemainingExpectations);