Custom storage for django with Mosso Cloud Files backend.
Created by Rich Leland <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
from django.conf import settings
from django.core.files import File
from django.core.files.storage import Storage
from cloudfiles.errors import NoSuchObject
- raise ImproperlyConfigured, "Could not load cloudfiles dependency. See http://www.mosso.com/cloudfiles.jsp."
+ raise ImproperlyConfigured("Could not load cloudfiles dependency. See "
# TODO: implement TTL into cloudfiles methods
CLOUDFILES_TTL = getattr(settings, 'CLOUDFILES_TTL', 600)
Simple, custom upload_to because Cloud Files doesn't support
nested containers (directories).
Actually found this out from @minter:
- @richleland The Cloud Files APIs do support pseudo-subdirectories, by
+ @richleland The Cloud Files APIs do support pseudo-subdirectories, by
creating zero-byte files with type application/directory.
May implement in a future version.
- Returns True if a file referened by the given name already exists in the
- storage system, or False if the name is available for a new file.
+ Returns True if a file referenced by the given name already exists in
+ the storage system, or False if the name is available for a new file.
Lists the contents of the specified path, returning a 2-tuple; the
first being an empty list of directories (not available for quick-
listing), the second being a list of filenames.
If the list of directories is required, use the full_listdir method.
Lists the contents of the specified path, returning a 2-tuple of lists;
the first item being directories, the second item being files.
On large containers, this may be a slow operation for root containers
because every single object must be returned (cloudfiles does not
provide an explicit way of listing directories).