1. Jesper Nøhr
  2. django-piston


django-piston / piston / resource.py

import sys, inspect

from django.http import HttpResponse, Http404, HttpResponseNotAllowed, HttpResponseForbidden
from django.views.debug import ExceptionReporter
from django.views.decorators.vary import vary_on_headers
from django.conf import settings
from django.core.mail import send_mail, EmailMessage

from emitters import Emitter
from handler import typemapper
from doc import HandlerMethod
from utils import coerce_put_post, FormValidationError, HttpStatusCode, rc, format_error

class NoAuthentication(object):
    Authentication handler that always returns
    True, so no authentication is needed, nor
    initiated (`challenge` is missing.)
    def is_authenticated(self, request):
        return True

class Resource(object):
    Resource. Create one for your URL mappings, just
    like you would with Django. Takes one argument,
    the handler. The second argument is optional, and
    is an authentication handler. If not specified,
    `NoAuthentication` will be used by default.
    callmap = { 'GET': 'read', 'POST': 'create', 
                'PUT': 'update', 'DELETE': 'delete' }
    def __init__(self, handler, authentication=None):
        if not callable(handler):
            raise AttributeError, "Handler not callable."
        self.handler = handler()
        if not authentication:
            self.authentication = NoAuthentication()
            self.authentication = authentication
        # Erroring
        self.email_errors = getattr(settings, 'PISTON_EMAIL_ERRORS', True)
        self.display_errors = getattr(settings, 'PISTON_DISPLAY_ERRORS', True)
    def __call__(self, request, *args, **kwargs):
        NB: Sends a `Vary` header so we don't cache requests
        that are different (OAuth stuff in `Authorization` header.)
        if not self.authentication.is_authenticated(request):
            if self.handler.anonymous and callable(self.handler.anonymous):
                handler = self.handler.anonymous()
                anonymous = True
                return self.authentication.challenge()
            handler = self.handler
            anonymous = False
        rm = request.method.upper()
        # Django's internal mechanism doesn't pick up
        # PUT request, so we trick it a little here.
        if rm == "PUT":
        if not rm in handler.allowed_methods:
            return HttpResponseNotAllowed(handler.allowed_methods)
        meth = getattr(handler, Resource.callmap.get(rm), None)
        if not meth:
            raise Http404

        # Support emitter both through (?P<emitter_format>) and ?format=emitter.
        em_format = kwargs.pop('emitter_format', request.GET.get('format', 'json'))
        # Clean up the request object a bit, since we might
        # very well have `oauth_`-headers in there, and we
        # don't want to pass these along to the handler.
        request = self.cleanup_request(request)
            result = meth(request, *args, **kwargs)
        except FormValidationError, form:
            # TODO: Use rc.BAD_REQUEST here
            return HttpResponse("Bad Request: %s" % form.errors, status=400)
        except TypeError, e:
            result = rc.BAD_REQUEST
            hm = HandlerMethod(meth)
            sig = hm.get_signature()

            msg = 'Method signature does not match.\n\n'
            if sig:
                msg += 'Signature should be: %s' % sig
                msg += 'Resource does not expect any parameters.'

            if self.display_errors:                
                msg += '\n\nException was: %s' % str(e)
            result.content = format_error(msg)
        except HttpStatusCode, e:
            result = e
        except Exception, e:
            On errors (like code errors), we'd like to be able to
            give crash reports to both admins and also the calling
            user. There's two setting parameters for this:
             - `PISTON_EMAIL_ERRORS`: Will send a Django formatted
               error email to people in `settings.ADMINS`.
             - `PISTON_DISPLAY_ERRORS`: Will return a simple traceback
               to the caller, so he can tell you what error they got.
            If `PISTON_DISPLAY_ERRORS` is not enabled, the caller will
            receive a basic "500 Internal Server Error" message.
            if self.email_errors:
                exc_type, exc_value, tb = sys.exc_info()
                rep = ExceptionReporter(request, exc_type, exc_value, tb.tb_next)


            if self.display_errors:
                result = format_error('\n'.join(rep.format_exception()))

        emitter, ct = Emitter.get(em_format)
        srl = emitter(result, typemapper, handler, handler.fields, anonymous)
            return HttpResponse(srl.render(request), mimetype=ct)
        except HttpStatusCode, e:
            return HttpResponse(e.message, status=e.code)

    def cleanup_request(request):
        Removes `oauth_` keys from various dicts on the
        request object, and returns the sanitized version.
        for method_type in ('GET', 'PUT', 'POST', 'DELETE'):
            block = getattr(request, method_type, { })

            if True in [ k.startswith("oauth_") for k in block.keys() ]:
                sanitized = block.copy()
                for k in sanitized.keys():
                    if k.startswith("oauth_"):
                setattr(request, method_type, sanitized)

        return request
    # -- 
    def email_exception(self, reporter):
        subject = "Piston crash report"
        html = reporter.get_traceback_html()

        message = EmailMessage(settings.EMAIL_SUBJECT_PREFIX+subject,
                                html, settings.SERVER_EMAIL,
                                [ admin[1] for admin in settings.ADMINS ])
        message.content_subtype = 'html'