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remove our own usage of python_compatibility module
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Tue, 06 Sep 2016 01:00:25 +0200
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - Action Implementation

    Actions are triggered by the user clicking on special links on the page
    (e.g. the "edit" link). The name of the action is passed in the "action"
    CGI parameter.

    The sub-package "MoinMoin.action" contains external actions, you can
    place your own extensions there (similar to extension macros). User
    actions that start with a capital letter will be displayed in a list
    at the bottom of each page.

    User actions starting with a lowercase letter can be used to work
    together with a user macro; those actions a likely to work only if
    invoked BY that macro, and are thus hidden from the user interface.

    Additionally to the usual stuff, we provide an ActionBase class here with
    some of the usual base functionality for an action, like checking
    actions_excluded, making and checking tickets, rendering some form,
    displaying errors and doing stuff after an action. Also utility functions
    regarding actions are located here.

    @copyright: 2000-2004 Juergen Hermann <>,
                2006 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
                2008 MoinMoin:FlorianKrupicka
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

import re

from MoinMoin.util import pysupport
from MoinMoin import config, wikiutil
from MoinMoin.Page import Page

# create a list of extension actions from the package directory
modules = pysupport.getPackageModules(__file__)

# builtin-stuff (see do_<name> below):
names = ['show', 'recall', 'raw', 'format', 'content', 'print', 'refresh', 'goto', ]

class ActionBase:
    """ action base class with some generic stuff to inherit

    Note: the action name is the class name of the derived class
    def __init__(self, pagename, request, only_form=False):
        self.request = request
        if only_form:
            # use only form (POST) data, this was 1.9.0 .. 1.9.2 default,
            # but different from 1.8 behaviour:
            self.form = request.form
            # use query string values mixed with post form data - this gives
            # better compatibility to moin 1.8 behaviour
            self.form = request.values
        self.cfg = request.cfg
        self._ = _ = request.getText
        self.pagename = pagename
        self.actionname = self.__class__.__name__
        self.use_ticket = False # set this to True if you want to use a ticket
        self.user_html = '''Just checking.''' # html fragment for make_form
        self.form_cancel = "cancel" # form key for cancelling action
        self.form_cancel_label = _("Cancel") # label for the cancel button
        self.form_trigger = "doit" # form key for triggering action (override with e.g. 'rename')
        self.form_trigger_label = _("Do it.") # label for the trigger button = Page(request, pagename)
        self.error = ''
        self.method = 'POST'
        self.enctype = 'multipart/form-data'

    # CHECKS -----------------------------------------------------------------
    def is_excluded(self):
        """ Return True if action is excluded """
        return self.actionname in self.cfg.actions_excluded

    def is_allowed(self):
        Return True if action is allowed (by ACL), or
        return a tuple (allowed, message) to show a
        message other than the default.
        return True

    def check_condition(self):
        """ Check if some other condition is not allowing us to do that action,
            return error msg or None if there is no problem.

            You can use this to e.g. check if a page exists.
        return None

    def ticket_ok(self):
        """ Return True if we check for tickets and there is some valid ticket
            in the form data or if we don't check for tickets at all.
            Use this to make sure someone really used the web interface.
        if not self.use_ticket:
            return True
        # Require a valid ticket. Make outside attacks harder by
        # requiring two full HTTP transactions
        ticket = self.form.get('ticket', '')
        return wikiutil.checkTicket(self.request, ticket)

    # UI ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    def get_form_html(self, buttons_html):
        """ Override this to assemble the inner part of the form,
            for convenience we give him some pre-assembled html for the buttons.
        _ = self._
        f = self.request.formatter
        prompt = _("Execute action %(actionname)s?") % {'actionname': self.actionname}
        return f.paragraph(1) + f.text(prompt) + f.paragraph(0) + f.rawHTML(buttons_html)

    def make_buttons(self):
        """ return a list of form buttons for the action form """
        return [
            (self.form_trigger, self.form_trigger_label),
            (self.form_cancel, self.form_cancel_label),

    def make_form(self):
        """ Make some form html for later display.

        The form might contain an error that happened when trying to do the action.
        from MoinMoin.widget.dialog import Dialog
        _ = self._

        if self.error:
            error_html = u'<p class="error">%s</p>\n' % self.error
            error_html = ''

        buttons = self.make_buttons()
        buttons_html = []
        for button in buttons:
            buttons_html.append('<input type="submit" name="%s" value="%s">' % button)
        buttons_html = "".join(buttons_html)

        if self.use_ticket:
            ticket_html = '<input type="hidden" name="ticket" value="%s">' % wikiutil.createTicket(self.request)
            ticket_html = ''

        d = {
            'method': self.method,
            'url': self.request.href(self.pagename),
            'enctype': self.enctype,
            'error_html': error_html,
            'actionname': self.actionname,
            'ticket_html': ticket_html,
            'user_html': self.get_form_html(buttons_html),

        form_html = '''
<form action="%(url)s" method="%(method)s" enctype="%(enctype)s">
<input type="hidden" name="action" value="%(actionname)s">
</form>''' % d

        return Dialog(self.request, content=form_html)

    def render_msg(self, msg, msgtype):
        """ Called to display some message (can also be the action form) """
        self.request.theme.add_msg(msg, msgtype)
        do_show(self.pagename, self.request)

    def render_success(self, msg, msgtype):
        """ Called to display some message when the action succeeded """
        self.request.theme.add_msg(msg, msgtype)
        do_show(self.pagename, self.request)

    def render_cancel(self):
        """ Called when user has hit the cancel button """
        do_show(self.pagename, self.request)

    def render(self):
        """ Render action - this is the main function called by action's
            execute() function.

            We usually render a form here, check for posted forms, etc.
        _ = self._
        form = self.form

        if self.form_cancel in form:

        # Validate allowance, user rights and other conditions.
        error = None
        if self.is_excluded():
            error = _('Action %(actionname)s is excluded in this wiki!') % {'actionname': self.actionname }
            allowed = self.is_allowed()
            if isinstance(allowed, tuple):
                allowed, msg = allowed
                msg = _('You are not allowed to use action %(actionname)s on this page!') % {'actionname': self.actionname }
            if not allowed:
                error = msg
        if error is None:
            error = self.check_condition()
        if error:
            self.render_msg(error, "error")
        elif self.form_trigger in form: # user hit the trigger button
            if self.ticket_ok():
                success, self.error = self.do_action()
                success = False
                self.error = _('Please use the interactive user interface to use action %(actionname)s!') % {'actionname': self.actionname }
            # Return a new form
            self.render_msg(self.make_form(), "dialog")

    # Executing the action ---------------------------------------------------
    def do_action(self):
        """ Do the action and either return error msg or None, if there was no error. """
        return None

    # AFTER the action -------------------------------------------------------
    def do_action_finish(self, success):
        """ Override this to handle success or failure (with error in self.error) of your action.
        if success:
            self.render_success(self.error, "info")
            self.render_msg(self.make_form(), "dialog") # display the form again

# Builtin Actions ------------------------------------------------------------

MIMETYPE_CRE = re.compile('[a-zA-Z0-9.+\-]{1,100}/[a-zA-Z0-9.+\-]{1,100}')

def do_raw(pagename, request):
    """ send raw content of a page (e.g. wiki markup) """
    if not
        Page(request, pagename).send_page()
        rev = request.rev or 0
        mimetype = request.values.get('mimetype', None)
        if mimetype and not MIMETYPE_CRE.match(mimetype):
            mimetype = None
        Page(request, pagename, rev=rev).send_raw(mimetype=mimetype)

def do_show(pagename, request, content_only=0, count_hit=1, cacheable=1, print_mode=0, mimetype=u'text/html'):
    """ show a page, either current revision or the revision given by "rev=" value.
        if count_hit is non-zero, we count the request for statistics.
    # We must check if the current page has different ACLs.
    if not
        Page(request, pagename).send_page()
        mimetype = request.values.get('mimetype', mimetype)
        rev = request.rev or 0
        if rev == 0:
            request.cacheable = cacheable
        Page(request, pagename, rev=rev, formatter=mimetype).send_page(

def do_format(pagename, request):
    """ send a page using a specific formatter given by "mimetype=" value.
        Since 5.5.2006 this functionality is also done by do_show, but do_format
        has a default of text/plain when no format is given.
        It also does not count in statistics and also does not set the cacheable flag.
        DEPRECATED: remove this action when we don't need it any more for compatibility.
    do_show(pagename, request, count_hit=0, cacheable=0, mimetype=u'text/plain')

def do_content(pagename, request):
    """ same as do_show, but we only show the content """
    # XXX temporary fix to make it work until Page.send_page gets refactored
    request.mimetype = 'text/html'
    request.status_code = 200
    do_show(pagename, request, count_hit=0, content_only=1)

def do_print(pagename, request):
    """ same as do_show, but with print_mode set """
    do_show(pagename, request, print_mode=1)

def do_recall(pagename, request):
    """ same as do_show, but never caches and never counts hits """
    do_show(pagename, request, count_hit=0, cacheable=0)

def do_refresh(pagename, request):
    """ Handle refresh action """
    # Without arguments, refresh action will refresh the page text_html cache.
    arena = request.values.get('arena', '')
    if arena == '':
        arena = Page(request, pagename)
    key = request.values.get('key', 'text_html')

    # Remove cache entry (if exists), and send the page
    from MoinMoin import caching
    caching.CacheEntry(request, arena, key, scope='item').remove()
    caching.CacheEntry(request, arena, "pagelinks", scope='item').remove()
    do_show(pagename, request)

def do_goto(pagename, request):
    """ redirect to another page """
    target = request.values.get('target', '')
    request.http_redirect(Page(request, target).url(request))

# Dispatching ----------------------------------------------------------------
def get_names(config):
    """ Get a list of known actions.

    @param config: a config object
    @rtype: set
    @return: set of known actions
    if not hasattr(config.cache, 'action_names'):
        actions = names[:]
        actions.extend(wikiutil.getPlugins('action', config))
        actions = set([action for action in actions
                      if not action in config.actions_excluded])
        config.cache.action_names = actions # remember it
    return config.cache.action_names

def getHandler(request, action, identifier="execute"):
    """ return a handler function for a given action or None.

    TODO: remove request dependency
    cfg = request.cfg
    # check for excluded actions
    if action in cfg.actions_excluded:
        return None

        handler = wikiutil.importPlugin(cfg, "action", action, identifier)
    except wikiutil.PluginMissingError:
        handler = globals().get('do_' + action)

    return handler

def get_available_actions(config, page, user):
        """ Get a list of actions available on a particular page
        for a particular user.

        The set does not contain actions that starts with lower case.
        Themes use this set to display the actions to the user.

        @param config: a config object (for the per-wiki actions)
        @param page: the page to which the actions should apply
        @param user: the user which wants to apply an action
        @rtype: set
        @return: set of avaiable actions
        if not
            return []

        actions = get_names(config)

        # Filter non ui actions (starts with lower case letter)
        actions = [action for action in actions if not action[0].islower()]

        # Filter actions by page type, acl and user state
        excluded = []
        if (page.isUnderlayPage() and not page.isStandardPage()) or \
                not user.may.write(page.page_name) or \
                not user.may.delete(page.page_name):
                # Prevent modification of underlay only pages, or pages
                # the user can't write and can't delete
                excluded = [u'RenamePage', u'DeletePage', ] # AttachFile must NOT be here!
        return set([action for action in actions if not action in excluded])