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use "specific action: failure reason" in log_attempt calls
author 'Karl O. Pinc' <>
date Mon, 15 Sep 2014 21:27:54 -0500
parents 751214fa01d7
children 3f7f4cef7c2a
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - WSGI application

    @copyright: 2003-2008 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann,
                2008-2008 MoinMoin:FlorianKrupicka
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.
import os

from MoinMoin import log
logging = log.getLogger(__name__)

from MoinMoin.web.contexts import AllContext, Context, XMLRPCContext
from MoinMoin.web.exceptions import HTTPException
from MoinMoin.web.request import Request, MoinMoinFinish, HeaderSet
from MoinMoin.web.utils import check_forbidden, check_surge_protect, fatal_response, \
from MoinMoin.Page import Page
from MoinMoin import auth, config, i18n, user, wikiutil, xmlrpc, error
from MoinMoin.action import get_names, get_available_actions
from MoinMoin.util.abuse import log_attempt

def set_umask(new_mask=0777^config.umask):
    """ Set the OS umask value (and ignore potential failures on OSes where
        this is not supported).
        Default: the bitwise inverted value of config.umask
        old_mask = os.umask(new_mask)
        # maybe we are on win32?

def init(request):
    Wraps an incoming WSGI request in a Context object and initializes
    several important attributes.
    set_umask() # do it once per request because maybe some server
                # software sets own umask

    if isinstance(request, Context):
        context, request = request, request.request
        context = AllContext(request)

    context.lang = setup_i18n_preauth(context)

    context.session = context.cfg.session_service.get_session(context)

    context.user = setup_user(context, context.session)

    context.lang = setup_i18n_postauth(context)

    def finish():

    context.finish = finish


    return context

def run(context):
    """ Run a context trough the application. """
    request = context.request

    # preliminary access checks (forbidden, bots, surge protection)

            action_name = context.action

            # handle XMLRPC calls
            if action_name == 'xmlrpc':
                response = xmlrpc.xmlrpc(XMLRPCContext(request))
            elif action_name == 'xmlrpc2':
                response = xmlrpc.xmlrpc2(XMLRPCContext(request))
                response = dispatch(request, context, action_name)
            context.cfg.session_service.finalize(context, context.session)
            return response
        except MoinMoinFinish:
            return request

def remove_prefix(path, prefix=None):
    """ Remove an url prefix from the path info and return shortened path. """
    # we can have all action URLs like this: /action/ActionName/PageName?action=ActionName&...
    # this is just for robots.txt being able to forbid them for crawlers
    if prefix is not None:
        prefix = '/%s/' % prefix # e.g. '/action/'
        if path.startswith(prefix):
            # remove prefix and action name
            path = path[len(prefix):]
            action, path = (path.split('/', 1) + ['', ''])[:2]
            path = '/' + path
    return path

def dispatch(request, context, action_name='show'):
    cfg = context.cfg

    # The last component in path_info is the page name, if any
    path = remove_prefix(request.path, cfg.url_prefix_action)

    if path.startswith('/'):
        pagename = wikiutil.normalize_pagename(path, cfg)
        pagename = None

    # need to inform caches that content changes based on:
    # * cookie (even if we aren't sending one now)
    # * User-Agent (because a bot might be denied and get no content)
    # * Accept-Language (except if moin is told to ignore browser language)
    hs = HeaderSet(('Cookie', 'User-Agent'))
    if not cfg.language_ignore_browser:
    request.headers['Vary'] = str(hs)

    # Handle request. We have these options:
    # 1. jump to page where user left off
    if not pagename and context.user.remember_last_visit and action_name == 'show':
        response = redirect_last_visited(context)
    # 2. handle action
        response = handle_action(request, context, pagename, action_name)
    if isinstance(response, Context):
        response = response.request
    return response

def handle_action(request, context, pagename, action_name='show'):
    """ Actual dispatcher function for non-XMLRPC actions.

    Also sets up the Page object for this request, normalizes and
    redirects to canonical pagenames and checks for non-allowed
    _ = context.getText
    cfg = context.cfg

    # pagename could be empty after normalization e.g. '///' -> ''
    # Use localized FrontPage if pagename is empty
    if not pagename: = wikiutil.getFrontPage(context)
    else: = Page(context, pagename)
        if '_' in pagename and not
            pagename = pagename.replace('_', ' ')
            page = Page(context, pagename)
            if page.exists():
                url = page.url(context)
                return context.http_redirect(url)

    msg = None
    # Complain about unknown actions
    if not action_name in get_names(cfg):
        msg = _("Unknown action %(action_name)s.") % {
                'action_name': wikiutil.escape(action_name), }

    # Disallow non available actions
    elif action_name[0].isupper() and not action_name in \
            get_available_actions(cfg,, context.user):
        msg = _("You are not allowed to do %(action_name)s on this page.") % {
                'action_name': wikiutil.escape(action_name), }
        if context.user.valid:
            log_attempt(action_name + ': action unavailable', False, request,
              , pagename=pagename)
            log_attempt(action_name + ': action unavailable', False, request,
            # Suggest non valid user to login
            msg += " " + _("Login and try again.")

    if msg:
        context.theme.add_msg(msg, "error")
    # Try action
        from MoinMoin import action
        handler = action.getHandler(context, action_name)
        if handler is None:
            msg = _("You are not allowed to do %(action_name)s on this page.") % {
                    'action_name': wikiutil.escape(action_name), }
            if context.user.valid:
                log_attempt(action_name + ': no handler', False, request,
                  , pagename=pagename)
                log_attempt(action_name + ': no handler', False, request,
                # Suggest non valid user to login
                msg += " " + _("Login and try again.")
            context.theme.add_msg(msg, "error")
            handler(, context)

    return context

def setup_user(context, session):
    """ Try to retrieve a valid user object from the request, be it
    either through the session or through a login. """
    # first try setting up from session
    userobj = auth.setup_from_session(context, session)
    userobj, olduser = auth.setup_setuid(context, userobj)
    context._setuid_real_user = olduser

    # then handle login/logout forms
    form = context.request.values

    if 'login' in form:
        params = {
            'username': form.get('name'),
            'password': form.get('password'),
            'attended': True,
            'openid_identifier': form.get('openid_identifier'),
            'stage': form.get('stage')
        userobj = auth.handle_login(context, userobj, **params)
    elif 'logout' in form:
        userobj = auth.handle_logout(context, userobj)
        userobj = auth.handle_request(context, userobj)

    # if we still have no user obj, create a dummy:
    if not userobj:
        userobj = user.User(context, auth_method='invalid')

    return userobj

def setup_i18n_preauth(context):
    """ Determine language for the request in absence of any user info. """
    if i18n.languages is None:
    lang = i18n.requestLanguage(context)
    return lang

def setup_i18n_postauth(context):
    """ Determine language for the request after user-id is established. """
    lang = i18n.userLanguage(context) or context.lang
    return lang

class Application(object):
    def __init__(self, app_config=None):

        class AppRequest(Request):
            given_config = app_config

        self.Request = AppRequest

    def __call__(self, environ, start_response):
            request = None
            request = self.Request(environ)
            context = init(request)
                response = run(context)
                if context.cfg.log_timing:
                    dt = context.clock.timings['total']
          "timing: %s %s %s %3.3f %s" % (
                        request.remote_addr, request.url, request.referrer,
                        dt, "!" * int(dt) or "."))
        except HTTPException, e:
            response = e
        except error.ConfigurationError, e:
            # this is stuff the user should see on the web interface:
            response = fatal_response(e)
        except Exception, e:
            # we avoid raising more exceptions here to preserve the original exception
            url_info = request and ' [%s]' % request.url or ''
            # have exceptions logged within the moin logging framework:
            logging.exception("An exception has occurred%s." % url_info)
            # re-raise exception, so e.g. the debugger middleware gets it

        return response(environ, start_response)

#XXX: default application using the default config from disk
application = Application()