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00001 """CherryPy tools. A "tool" is any helper, adapted to CP.

Tools are usually designed to be used in a variety of ways (although some
may only offer one if they choose):
    Library calls:
        All tools are callables that can be used wherever needed.
        The arguments are straightforward and should be detailed within the
    Function decorators:
        All tools, when called, may be used as decorators which configure
        individual CherryPy page handlers (methods on the CherryPy tree).
        That is, "@tools.anytool()" should "turn on" the tool via the
        decorated function's _cp_config attribute.
    CherryPy config:
        If a tool exposes a "_setup" callable, it will be called
        once per Request (if the feature is "turned on" via config).

Tools may be implemented as any object with a namespace. The builtins
are generally either modules or instances of the tools.Tool class.

import cherrypy

00028 def _getargs(func):
    """Return the names of all static arguments to the given function."""
    # Use this instead of importing inspect for less mem overhead.
    import types
    if isinstance(func, types.MethodType):
        func = func.im_func
    co = func.func_code
    return co.co_varnames[:co.co_argcount]

00038 class Tool(object):
    """A registered function for use with CherryPy request-processing hooks.
    help(tool.callable) should give you more information about this Tool.
    namespace = "tools"
    def __init__(self, point, callable, name=None, priority=50):
        self._point = point
        self.callable = callable
        self._name = name
        self._priority = priority
        self.__doc__ = self.callable.__doc__
00054     def _setargs(self):
        """Copy func parameter names to obj attributes."""
            for arg in _getargs(self.callable):
                setattr(self, arg, None)
        except (TypeError, AttributeError):
            if hasattr(self.callable, "__call__"):
                for arg in _getargs(self.callable.__call__):
                    setattr(self, arg, None)
        # IronPython 1.0 raises NotImplementedError because
        # inspect.getargspec tries to access Python bytecode
        # in co_code attribute.
        except NotImplementedError:
        # IronPython 1B1 may raise IndexError in some cases,
        # but if we trap it here it doesn't prevent CP from working.
        except IndexError:
00073     def _merged_args(self, d=None):
        """Return a dict of configuration entries for this Tool."""
        if d:
            conf = d.copy()
            conf = {}
        tm = cherrypy.request.toolmaps[self.namespace]
        if self._name in tm:
        if "on" in conf:
            del conf["on"]
        return conf
00089     def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        """Compile-time decorator (turn on the tool in config).
        For example:
            def whats_my_base(self):
                return cherrypy.request.base
            whats_my_base.exposed = True
        if args:
            raise TypeError("The %r Tool does not accept positional "
                            "arguments; you must use keyword arguments."
                            % self._name)
        def tool_decorator(f):
            if not hasattr(f, "_cp_config"):
                f._cp_config = {}
            subspace = self.namespace + "." + self._name + "."
            f._cp_config[subspace + "on"] = True
            for k, v in kwargs.iteritems():
                f._cp_config[subspace + k] = v
            return f
        return tool_decorator
00113     def _setup(self):
        """Hook this tool into cherrypy.request.
        The standard CherryPy request object will automatically call this
        method when the tool is "turned on" in config.
        conf = self._merged_args()
        p = conf.pop("priority", None)
        if p is None:
            p = getattr(self.callable, "priority", self._priority)
        cherrypy.request.hooks.attach(self._point, self.callable,
                                      priority=p, **conf)

00127 class HandlerTool(Tool):
    """Tool which is called 'before main', that may skip normal handlers.
    If the tool successfully handles the request (by setting response.body),
    if should return True. This will cause CherryPy to skip any 'normal' page
    handler. If the tool did not handle the request, it should return False
    to tell CherryPy to continue on and call the normal page handler. If the
    tool is declared AS a page handler (see the 'handler' method), returning
    False will raise NotFound.
    def __init__(self, callable, name=None):
        Tool.__init__(self, 'before_handler', callable, name)
00141     def handler(self, *args, **kwargs):
        """Use this tool as a CherryPy page handler.
        For example:
            class Root:
                nav = tools.staticdir.handler(section="/nav", dir="nav",
        def handle_func(*a, **kw):
            handled = self.callable(*args, **self._merged_args(kwargs))
            if not handled:
                raise cherrypy.NotFound()
            return cherrypy.response.body
        handle_func.exposed = True
        return handle_func
    def _wrapper(self, **kwargs):
        if self.callable(**kwargs):
            cherrypy.request.handler = None
00161     def _setup(self):
        """Hook this tool into cherrypy.request.
        The standard CherryPy request object will automatically call this
        method when the tool is "turned on" in config.
        conf = self._merged_args()
        p = conf.pop("priority", None)
        if p is None:
            p = getattr(self.callable, "priority", self._priority)
        cherrypy.request.hooks.attach(self._point, self._wrapper,
                                      priority=p, **conf)

00175 class HandlerWrapperTool(Tool):
    """Tool which wraps request.handler in a provided wrapper function.
    The 'newhandler' arg must be a handler wrapper function that takes a
    'next_handler' argument, plus *args and **kwargs. Like all page handler
    functions, it must return an iterable for use as cherrypy.response.body.
    For example, to allow your 'inner' page handlers to return dicts
    which then get interpolated into a template:
        def interpolator(next_handler, *args, **kwargs):
            filename = cherrypy.request.config.get('template')
            cherrypy.response.template = env.get_template(filename)
            response_dict = next_handler(*args, **kwargs)
            return cherrypy.response.template.render(**response_dict)
        cherrypy.tools.jinja = HandlerWrapperTool(interpolator)
    def __init__(self, newhandler, point='before_handler', name=None, priority=50):
        self.newhandler = newhandler
        self._point = point
        self._name = name
        self._priority = priority
    def callable(self):
        innerfunc = cherrypy.request.handler
        def wrap(*args, **kwargs):
            return self.newhandler(innerfunc, *args, **kwargs)
        cherrypy.request.handler = wrap

00206 class ErrorTool(Tool):
    """Tool which is used to replace the default request.error_response."""
    def __init__(self, callable, name=None):
        Tool.__init__(self, None, callable, name)
    def _wrapper(self):
00215     def _setup(self):
        """Hook this tool into cherrypy.request.
        The standard CherryPy request object will automatically call this
        method when the tool is "turned on" in config.
        cherrypy.request.error_response = self._wrapper

#                              Builtin tools                              #

from cherrypy.lib import cptools, encoding, auth, static, tidy
from cherrypy.lib import sessions as _sessions, xmlrpc as _xmlrpc
from cherrypy.lib import caching as _caching, wsgiapp as _wsgiapp

00231 class SessionTool(Tool):
    """Session Tool for CherryPy.
        When 'implicit' (the default), the session will be locked for you,
            just before running the page handler.
        When 'early', the session will be locked before reading the request
            body. This is off by default for safety reasons; for example,
            a large upload would block the session, denying an AJAX
            progress meter (see http://www.cherrypy.org/ticket/630).
        When 'explicit' (or any other value), you need to call
            cherrypy.session.acquire_lock() yourself before using
            session data.
    def __init__(self):
        # _sessions.init must be bound after headers are read
        Tool.__init__(self, 'before_request_body', _sessions.init)
    def _lock_session(self):
00253     def _setup(self):
        """Hook this tool into cherrypy.request.
        The standard CherryPy request object will automatically call this
        method when the tool is "turned on" in config.
        hooks = cherrypy.request.hooks
        conf = self._merged_args()
        p = conf.pop("priority", None)
        if p is None:
            p = getattr(self.callable, "priority", self._priority)
        hooks.attach(self._point, self.callable, priority=p, **conf)
        locking = conf.pop('locking', 'implicit')
        if locking == 'implicit':
            hooks.attach('before_handler', self._lock_session)
        elif locking == 'early':
            # Lock before the request body (but after _sessions.init runs!)
            hooks.attach('before_request_body', self._lock_session,
            # Don't lock
        hooks.attach('before_finalize', _sessions.save)
        hooks.attach('on_end_request', _sessions.close)
00283     def regenerate(self):
        """Drop the current session and make a new one (with a new id)."""
        sess = cherrypy.serving.session
        # Grab cookie-relevant tool args
        conf = dict([(k, v) for k, v in self._merged_args().iteritems()
                     if k in ('path', 'path_header', 'name', 'timeout',
                              'domain', 'secure')])

00297 class XMLRPCController(object):
    """A Controller (page handler collection) for XML-RPC.
    To use it, have your controllers subclass this base class (it will
    turn on the tool for you).
    You can also supply the following optional config entries:
        tools.xmlrpc.encoding: 'utf-8'
        tools.xmlrpc.allow_none: 0
    XML-RPC is a rather discontinuous layer over HTTP; dispatching to the
    appropriate handler must first be performed according to the URL, and
    then a second dispatch step must take place according to the RPC method
    specified in the request body. It also allows a superfluous "/RPC2"
    prefix in the URL, supplies its own handler args in the body, and
    requires a 200 OK "Fault" response instead of 404 when the desired
    method is not found.
    Therefore, XML-RPC cannot be implemented for CherryPy via a Tool alone.
    This Controller acts as the dispatch target for the first half (based
    on the URL); it then reads the RPC method from the request body and
    does its own second dispatch step based on that method. It also reads
    body params, and returns a Fault on error.
    The XMLRPCDispatcher strips any /RPC2 prefix; if you aren't using /RPC2
    in your URL's, you can safely skip turning on the XMLRPCDispatcher.
    Otherwise, you need to use declare it in config:
        request.dispatch: cherrypy.dispatch.XMLRPCDispatcher()
    # Note we're hard-coding this into the 'tools' namespace. We could do
    # a huge amount of work to make it relocatable, but the only reason why
    # would be if someone actually disabled the default_toolbox. Meh.
    _cp_config = {'tools.xmlrpc.on': True}
    def default(self, *vpath, **params):
        rpcparams, rpcmethod = _xmlrpc.process_body()
        subhandler = self
        for attr in str(rpcmethod).split('.'):
            subhandler = getattr(subhandler, attr, None)
        if subhandler and getattr(subhandler, "exposed", False):
            body = subhandler(*(vpath + rpcparams), **params)
            # http://www.cherrypy.org/ticket/533
            # if a method is not found, an xmlrpclib.Fault should be returned
            # raising an exception here will do that; see
            # cherrypy.lib.xmlrpc.on_error
            raise Exception, 'method "%s" is not supported' % attr
        conf = cherrypy.request.toolmaps['tools'].get("xmlrpc", {})
                        conf.get('encoding', 'utf-8'),
                        conf.get('allow_none', 0))
        return cherrypy.response.body
    default.exposed = True

00359 class WSGIAppTool(HandlerTool):
    """A tool for running any WSGI middleware/application within CP.
    Here are the parameters:
    wsgi_app - any wsgi application callable
    env_update - a dictionary with arbitrary keys and values to be
                 merged with the WSGI environ dictionary.
    class Whatever:
        _cp_config = {'tools.wsgiapp.on': True,
                      'tools.wsgiapp.app': some_app,
                      'tools.wsgiapp.env': app_environ,
00377     def _setup(self):
        # Keep request body intact so the wsgi app can have its way with it.
        cherrypy.request.process_request_body = False

class SessionAuthTool(HandlerTool):
    def _setargs(self):
        for name in dir(cptools.SessionAuth):
            if not name.startswith("__"):
                setattr(self, name, None)

00391 class CachingTool(Tool):
    """Caching Tool for CherryPy."""
    def _wrapper(self, invalid_methods=("POST", "PUT", "DELETE"), **kwargs):
        request = cherrypy.request
        if not hasattr(cherrypy, "_cache"):
            # Make a process-wide Cache object.
            cherrypy._cache = kwargs.pop("cache_class", _caching.MemoryCache)()
            # Take all remaining kwargs and set them on the Cache object.
            for k, v in kwargs.iteritems():
                setattr(cherrypy._cache, k, v)
        if _caching.get(invalid_methods=invalid_methods):
            request.handler = None
            if request.cacheable:
                # Note the devious technique here of adding hooks on the fly
                request.hooks.attach('before_finalize', _caching.tee_output,
                                     priority = 90)
    _wrapper.priority = 20
00414     def _setup(self):
        """Hook caching into cherrypy.request."""
        conf = self._merged_args()
        p = conf.pop("priority", None)
        cherrypy.request.hooks.attach('before_handler', self._wrapper,
                                      priority=p, **conf)

00424 class Toolbox(object):
    """A collection of Tools.
    This object also functions as a config namespace handler for itself.
    Custom toolboxes should be added to each Application's toolboxes dict.
    def __init__(self, namespace):
        self.namespace = namespace
    def __setattr__(self, name, value):
        # If the Tool._name is None, supply it from the attribute name.
        if isinstance(value, Tool):
            if value._name is None:
                value._name = name
            value.namespace = self.namespace
        object.__setattr__(self, name, value)
00442     def __enter__(self):
        """Populate request.toolmaps from tools specified in config."""
        cherrypy.request.toolmaps[self.namespace] = map = {}
        def populate(k, v):
            toolname, arg = k.split(".", 1)
            bucket = map.setdefault(toolname, {})
            bucket[arg] = v
        return populate
00451     def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb):
        """Run tool._setup() for each tool in our toolmap."""
        map = cherrypy.request.toolmaps.get(self.namespace)
        if map:
            for name, settings in map.items():
                if settings.get("on", False):
                    tool = getattr(self, name)

default_toolbox = _d = Toolbox("tools")
_d.session_auth = SessionAuthTool(cptools.session_auth)
_d.proxy = Tool('before_request_body', cptools.proxy, priority=30)
_d.response_headers = Tool('on_start_resource', cptools.response_headers)
_d.log_tracebacks = Tool('before_error_response', cptools.log_traceback)
_d.log_headers = Tool('before_error_response', cptools.log_request_headers)
_d.log_hooks = Tool('on_end_request', cptools.log_hooks, priority=100)
_d.err_redirect = ErrorTool(cptools.redirect)
_d.etags = Tool('before_finalize', cptools.validate_etags, priority=75)
_d.decode = Tool('before_handler', encoding.decode)
# the order of encoding, gzip, caching is important
_d.encode = Tool('before_finalize', encoding.encode, priority=70)
_d.gzip = Tool('before_finalize', encoding.gzip, priority=80)
_d.staticdir = HandlerTool(static.staticdir)
_d.staticfile = HandlerTool(static.staticfile)
_d.sessions = SessionTool()
_d.xmlrpc = ErrorTool(_xmlrpc.on_error)
_d.wsgiapp = WSGIAppTool(_wsgiapp.run)
_d.caching = CachingTool('before_handler', _caching.get, 'caching')
_d.expires = Tool('before_finalize', _caching.expires)
_d.tidy = Tool('before_finalize', tidy.tidy)
_d.nsgmls = Tool('before_finalize', tidy.nsgmls)
_d.ignore_headers = Tool('before_request_body', cptools.ignore_headers)
_d.referer = Tool('before_request_body', cptools.referer)
_d.basic_auth = Tool('on_start_resource', auth.basic_auth)
_d.digest_auth = Tool('on_start_resource', auth.digest_auth)
_d.trailing_slash = Tool('before_handler', cptools.trailing_slash, priority=60)
_d.flatten = Tool('before_finalize', cptools.flatten)
_d.accept = Tool('on_start_resource', cptools.accept)
_d.redirect = Tool('on_start_resource', cptools.redirect)

del _d, cptools, encoding, auth, static, tidy

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