cciw-website / cciw / middleware / auth.py

from django.http import HttpResponseForbidden
from django.utils.html import escape
from django.utils.http import urlquote
from django.conf import settings

from cciw.auth import is_wiki_user

class PrivateWiki(object):
    # Make the wiki restricted to logged in users only.  Djiki does not provide
    # this feature yet.
    def process_request(self, request):
        if request.path.startswith('/wiki/'):
            if not (hasattr(request, 'user') and
                    request.user.is_authenticated()):
                return HttpResponseForbidden("<h1>Forbidden</h1>"
                                             "<p>You must be <a href='%s?next=%s'>logged in</a> to use this.</p>" %
                                             (settings.LOGIN_URL, escape(urlquote(request.get_full_path()))))
            if not is_wiki_user(request.user):
                return HttpResponseForbidden("<h1>Forbidden</h1>"
                                             "<p>You do not have permission to access the wiki.</p>")
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