This is a Ruby gem which makes it easy to establish a proxy tunnel to
SauceLabs, via their
sc command line utility.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
You'll also want to install the
sc command line utility. On macOS you
can do this via homebrew casks, like this:
brew cask install sauce-connect
On other platforms, please see: https://wiki.saucelabs.com/display/DOCS/Sauce+Connect+Proxy.
You can configure and start a global tunnel like this:
This will block and wait until the tunnel is established. It is safe to call this method lazily even from multiple threads when you need the tunnel.
If you need to configure the Tunnel, call
config before calling start like
.(sc_args: ["-B", "all"]) .
Available options are:
sc_path: Location of the
sc command line utility, defaults to assuming
sc is in PATH
sc_args: Additional args to pass to
true no output will be printed to
timeout: Timeout for establishing the connection to SauceLabs
shutdown_timeout: Timeout for shutting down the tunnel.
You can also instantiate and use a Tunnel manually, but this is not recommended.
tunnel = ::.(sc_args: ["-B", "all"]) tunnel.connect # establish connection in the background tunnel.await # wait for tunnel to start tunnel.terminate # wait for tunnel to shut down
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.