Source code for cubicweb

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#
# This file is part of CubicWeb.
#
# CubicWeb is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
# terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free
# Software Foundation, either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# CubicWeb is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
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# details.
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"""CubicWeb is a generic framework to quickly build applications which describes
relations between entitites.
"""


import logging
import os
import pickle
import sys
import warnings
import zlib

from rich import traceback
from rich.console import Console

from logilab.common.logging_ext import set_log_methods
from yams.constraints import BASE_CONVERTERS, BASE_CHECKERS
from yams.schema import role_name as rname

from cubicweb.__pkginfo__ import version as __version__  # noqa

# make all exceptions accessible from the package
from logilab.common.registry import (  # noqa
    ObjectNotFound,
    NoSelectableObject,
    RegistryNotFound,
)
from yams import ValidationError
from cubicweb._exceptions import *  # noqa

from io import BytesIO


# install rich traceback
traceback.install(show_locals=True, extra_lines=6)
console = Console()

_print_exception = console.print_exception


def wrapped_print_exception(*args, **kwargs):
    _print_exception(show_locals=True, extra_lines=6, *args, **kwargs)


console.print_exception = wrapped_print_exception


# ignore the pygments UserWarnings
warnings.filterwarnings(
    "ignore",
    category=UserWarning,
    message=".*was already imported",
    module=".*pygments",
)

# pre python 2.7.2 safety
logging.basicConfig()
set_log_methods(sys.modules[__name__], logging.getLogger("cubicweb"))

# this is necessary for i18n devtools test where chdir is done while __path__ is relative, which
# breaks later imports
__path__[0] = os.path.abspath(__path__[0])  # noqa
CW_SOFTWARE_ROOT = __path__[0]  # noqa


# '_' is available to mark internationalized string but should not be used to
# do the actual translation
_ = str


[docs]class Binary(BytesIO): """class to hold binary data. Use BytesIO to prevent use of unicode data""" _allowed_types = (bytes, bytearray, memoryview) def __init__(self, buf=b""): assert isinstance(buf, self._allowed_types), ( "Binary objects must use bytes/buffer objects, not %s" % buf.__class__ ) super().__init__(buf) def write(self, data): assert isinstance(data, self._allowed_types), ( "Binary objects must use bytes/buffer objects, not %s" % data.__class__ ) # don't call super, BytesIO may be an old-style class (on python < 2.7.4) BytesIO.write(self, data) def to_file(self, fobj): """write a binary to disk the writing is performed in a safe way for files stored on Windows SMB shares """ pos = self.tell() self.seek(0) if sys.platform == "win32": while True: # the 16kB chunksize comes from the shutil module # in stdlib chunk = self.read(16 * 1024) if not chunk: break fobj.write(chunk) else: fobj.write(self.read()) self.seek(pos) @staticmethod def from_file(filename): """read a file and returns its contents in a Binary the reading is performed in a safe way for files stored on Windows SMB shares """ binary = Binary() with open(filename, "rb") as fobj: if sys.platform == "win32": while True: # the 16kB chunksize comes from the shutil module # in stdlib chunk = fobj.read(16 * 1024) if not chunk: break binary.write(chunk) else: binary.write(fobj.read()) binary.seek(0) return binary def __eq__(self, other): if not isinstance(other, Binary): return False return self.getvalue() == other.getvalue() # Binary helpers to store/fetch python objects @classmethod def zpickle(cls, obj): """return a Binary containing a gzipped pickle of obj""" retval = cls() retval.write(zlib.compress(pickle.dumps(obj, protocol=2))) return retval def unzpickle(self): """decompress and loads the stream before returning it""" return pickle.loads(zlib.decompress(self.getvalue()))
def check_password(eschema, value): return isinstance(value, (bytes, Binary)) BASE_CHECKERS["Password"] = check_password def str_or_binary(value): if isinstance(value, Binary): return value return bytes(value) BASE_CONVERTERS["Password"] = str_or_binary # use this dictionary to rename entity types while keeping bw compat ETYPE_NAME_MAP = {} # XXX cubic web cube migration map. See if it's worth keeping this mecanism # to help in cube renaming CW_MIGRATION_MAP = {} def neg_role(role): if role == "subject": return "object" return "subject" def role(obj): try: return obj.role except AttributeError: return neg_role(obj.target) def target(obj): try: return obj.target except AttributeError: return neg_role(obj.role)
[docs]class CubicWebEventManager: """simple event / callback manager. Typical usage to register a callback:: >>> from cubicweb import CW_EVENT_MANAGER >>> CW_EVENT_MANAGER.bind('after-registry-reload', mycallback) Typical usage to emit an event:: >>> from cubicweb import CW_EVENT_MANAGER >>> CW_EVENT_MANAGER.emit('after-registry-reload') emit() accepts an additional context parameter that will be passed to the callback if specified (and only in that case) """ def __init__(self): self.callbacks = {} def bind(self, event, callback, *args, **kwargs): self.callbacks.setdefault(event, []).append((callback, args, kwargs)) def emit(self, event, context=None): for callback, args, kwargs in self.callbacks.get(event, ()): if context is None: callback(*args, **kwargs) else: callback(context, *args, **kwargs)
CW_EVENT_MANAGER = CubicWebEventManager()
[docs]def onevent(event, *args, **kwargs): """decorator to ease event / callback binding >>> from cubicweb import onevent >>> @onevent('before-registry-reload') ... def mycallback(): ... print 'hello' ... >>> """ def _decorator(func): CW_EVENT_MANAGER.bind(event, func, *args, **kwargs) return func return _decorator
[docs]def validation_error(entity, errors, substitutions=None, i18nvalues=None): """easy way to retrieve a :class:`cubicweb.ValidationError` for an entity or eid. You may also have 2-tuple as error keys, :func:`yams.role_name` will be called automatically for them. Messages in errors **should not be translated yet**, though marked for internationalization. You may give an additional substition dictionary that will be used for interpolation after the translation. """ if substitutions is None: # set empty dict else translation won't be done for backward # compatibility reason (see ValidationError.translate method) substitutions = {} for key in list(errors): if isinstance(key, tuple): errors[rname(*key)] = errors.pop(key) return ValidationError( getattr(entity, "eid", entity), errors, substitutions, i18nvalues )
# exceptions ##################################################################
[docs]class ProgrammingError(Exception): """Exception raised for errors that are related to the database's operation and not necessarily under the control of the programmer, e.g. an unexpected disconnect occurs, the data source name is not found, a transaction could not be processed, a memory allocation error occurred during processing, etc. """