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"""The application's model objects"""
from datetime import datetime
import hashlib
import logging
import os

import sqlalchemy as sa
from sqlalchemy import orm
{{if use_schemabot}}
from schemabot import SchemaBot, SchemaManager

from {{package}}.model import meta


log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def init_model(engine, auto_schema_update=False):
    """Call me before using any of the tables or classes in the model"""
    ## Reflected tables must be defined and mapped here
    #global reflected_table
    #reflected_table = sa.Table("Reflected", meta.metadata, autoload=True,
    #                           autoload_with=engine)
    #orm.mapper(Reflected, reflected_table)
    meta.engine = engine
{{if use_schemabot}}
    schema_mgr = SchemaManager()
    schema_mgr.register(1, upgrade=schema_version_1_upgrade, downgrade=schema_version_1_downgrade)
    schemabot = SchemaBot(schema_mgr, engine=engine)
    (model_version, current_db_version) = schemabot.version_check()
    force_version = os.environ.get('SCHEMABOT_FORCE_VERSION')
    if force_version is not None:
        # User override of model_version. This will force an upgrade or downgrade
        #   to the specified model version.
        model_version = int(force_version)
        if model_version != 0 and schema_mgr.get(model_version) is None:
            raise ValueError("Model version %d requested by SCHEMABOT_FORCE_VERSION does not exist." %model_version)
        log.warn("Forcing a DB schema update to version %d" %model_version)
    if model_version != current_db_version:
        if auto_schema_update:
            raise Exception("SchemaBot reports that the model version (%d) does not match the DB schema version (%d). Please run 'paster setup-app config.ini' to update the database schema." %(model_version, current_db_version))

## Non-reflected tables may be defined and mapped at module level
user_table = sa.Table('user', meta.metadata,
    sa.Column('id', sa.Integer, primary_key=True),
    sa.Column('user_name', sa.Unicode(USERNAME_SIZE), unique=True),
    sa.Column('email_address', sa.Unicode(255)),
    sa.Column('display_name', sa.Unicode(255)),
    sa.Column('password', sa.String(128)),          # room for SHA-512 hashed passwords (hexdigest)
    sa.Column('created', sa.DateTime,,
    sa.Column('activated', sa.Boolean, nullable=False, default=False),

{{if use_schemabot}}
schema_version_1_upgrade = [user_table]
schema_version_1_downgrade = [user_table]

{{if email_confirmation}}
user_activation_table = sa.Table('user_activation', meta.metadata,
    sa.Column('id', sa.Integer, primary_key=True),
    sa.Column('user_id', sa.Integer, sa.ForeignKey('')),
    sa.Column('key', sa.Unicode(128), nullable=False),
    sa.Column('created', sa.DateTime,,
{{if use_schemabot}}


{{if use_schemabot and default_user}}
# Insert a default user "{{default_user}}" with password "{{default_user}}"
default_user_password_hash = hashlib.sha512("{{default_user}}").hexdigest()
insert_default_user = 'INSERT INTO "user" '                             \
        "(id, user_name, display_name, password, activated) VALUES "    \
        "(0, '{{default_user}}', 'Default User', '%s', 1)"%default_user_password_hash


# ---- ORM Mapped Classes ----

class User(object):
    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        for key,value in kwargs.items():
            if key == 'password':
                # Hash password
                setattr(self, key, value)
    def validate_password(self, password):
        """The given password is hashed and compared against the one
        stored in the database.  Returns True if they are equal, else
        This method is called by
        hashed_password = self._hash_password(password)
        return self.password == hashed_password and self.activated
    def set_password(self, raw_pass):
        """Set a new password for the account.  The raw password
        will be stored in hashed form and will not be reversible.
        self.password = self._hash_password(raw_pass)
    def _hash_password(self, raw_pass):
        return hashlib.sha512(raw_pass).hexdigest()

{{if email_confirmation}}
class UserActivation(object):


orm.mapper(User, user_table,
{{if email_confirmation}}
    properties = dict(
        activation = sa.orm.relation(UserActivation, backref='user', uselist=False, cascade="all, delete, delete-orphan"),
{{if email_confirmation}}
orm.mapper(UserActivation, user_activation_table)

## Classes for reflected tables may be defined here, but the table and
## mapping itself must be done in the init_model function
#reflected_table = None
#class Reflected(object):
#    pass