view MoinMoin/support/werkzeug/ @ 5801:8de563c487be

upgrade werkzeug to 0.8.1, document current bundled version and current minimum requirement (0.6, for py 2.7 compatibility)
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Thu, 01 Dec 2011 01:34:45 +0100
parents 246ba4eecab2
children 9f12f41504fc
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    This module implements a number of Python exceptions you can raise from
    within your views to trigger a standard non-200 response.

    Usage Example


        from werkzeug.wrappers import BaseRequest
        from werkzeug.wsgi import responder
        from werkzeug.exceptions import HTTPException, NotFound

        def view(request):
            raise NotFound()

        def application(environ, start_response):
            request = BaseRequest(environ)
                return view(request)
            except HTTPException, e:
                return e

    As you can see from this example those exceptions are callable WSGI
    applications.  Because of Python 2.4 compatibility those do not extend
    from the response objects but only from the python exception class.

    As a matter of fact they are not Werkzeug response objects.  However you
    can get a response object by calling ``get_response()`` on a HTTP

    Keep in mind that you have to pass an environment to ``get_response()``
    because some errors fetch additional information from the WSGI

    If you want to hook in a different exception page to say, a 404 status
    code, you can add a second except for a specific subclass of an error::

        def application(environ, start_response):
            request = BaseRequest(environ)
                return view(request)
            except NotFound, e:
                return not_found(request)
            except HTTPException, e:
                return e

    :copyright: (c) 2011 by the Werkzeug Team, see AUTHORS for more details.
    :license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details.
import sys
from werkzeug._internal import HTTP_STATUS_CODES, _get_environ

class HTTPException(Exception):
    Baseclass for all HTTP exceptions.  This exception can be called as WSGI
    application to render a default error page or you can catch the subclasses
    of it independently and render nicer error messages.

    code = None
    description = None

    def __init__(self, description=None):
        Exception.__init__(self, '%d %s' % (self.code,
        if description is not None:
            self.description = description

    def wrap(cls, exception, name=None):
        """This method returns a new subclass of the exception provided that
        also is a subclass of `BadRequest`.
        class newcls(cls, exception):
            def __init__(self, arg=None, description=None):
                cls.__init__(self, description)
                exception.__init__(self, arg)
        newcls.__module__ = sys._getframe(1).f_globals.get('__name__')
        newcls.__name__ = name or cls.__name__ + exception.__name__
        return newcls

    def name(self):
        """The status name."""
        return HTTP_STATUS_CODES[self.code]

    def get_description(self, environ):
        """Get the description."""
        environ = _get_environ(environ)
        return self.description

    def get_body(self, environ):
        """Get the HTML body."""
        return (
            '<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2 Final//EN">\n'
            '<title>%(code)s %(name)s</title>\n'
        ) % {
            'code':         self.code,
            'name':         escape(,
            'description':  self.get_description(environ)

    def get_headers(self, environ):
        """Get a list of headers."""
        return [('Content-Type', 'text/html')]

    def get_response(self, environ):
        """Get a response object.

        :param environ: the environ for the request.
        :return: a :class:`BaseResponse` object or a subclass thereof.
        # lazily imported for various reasons.  For one, we can use the exceptions
        # with custom responses (testing exception instances against types) and
        # so we don't ever have to import the wrappers, but also because there
        # are circular dependencies when bootstrapping the module.
        environ = _get_environ(environ)
        from werkzeug.wrappers import BaseResponse
        headers = self.get_headers(environ)
        return BaseResponse(self.get_body(environ), self.code, headers)

    def __call__(self, environ, start_response):
        """Call the exception as WSGI application.

        :param environ: the WSGI environment.
        :param start_response: the response callable provided by the WSGI
        response = self.get_response(environ)
        return response(environ, start_response)

    def __str__(self):
        return unicode(self).encode('utf-8')

    def __unicode__(self):
        if 'description' in self.__dict__:
            txt = self.description
            txt =
        return '%d: %s' % (self.code, txt)

    def __repr__(self):
        return '<%s \'%s\'>' % (self.__class__.__name__, self)

class _ProxyException(HTTPException):
    """An HTTP exception that expands renders a WSGI application on error."""

    def __init__(self, response):
        Exception.__init__(self, 'proxy exception for %r' % response)
        self.response = response

    def get_response(self, environ):
        return self.response

class BadRequest(HTTPException):
    """*400* `Bad Request`

    Raise if the browser sends something to the application the application
    or server cannot handle.
    code = 400
    description = (
        '<p>The browser (or proxy) sent a request that this server could '
        'not understand.</p>'

class ClientDisconnected(BadRequest):
    """Internal exception that is raised if Werkzeug detects a disconnected
    client.  Since the client is already gone at that point attempting to
    send the error message to the client might not work and might ultimately
    result in another exception in the server.  Mainly this is here so that
    it is silenced by default as far as Werkzeug is concerned.

    Since disconnections cannot be reliably detected and are unspecified
    by WSGI to a large extend this might or might not be raised if a client
    is gone.

    .. versionadded:: 0.8

class Unauthorized(HTTPException):
    """*401* `Unauthorized`

    Raise if the user is not authorized.  Also used if you want to use HTTP
    basic auth.
    code = 401
    description = (
        '<p>The server could not verify that you are authorized to access '
        'the URL requested.  You either supplied the wrong credentials (e.g. '
        'a bad password), or your browser doesn\'t understand how to supply '
        'the credentials required.</p><p>In case you are allowed to request '
        'the document, please check your user-id and password and try '

class Forbidden(HTTPException):
    """*403* `Forbidden`

    Raise if the user doesn't have the permission for the requested resource
    but was authenticated.
    code = 403
    description = (
        '<p>You don\'t have the permission to access the requested resource. '
        'It is either read-protected or not readable by the server.</p>'

class NotFound(HTTPException):
    """*404* `Not Found`

    Raise if a resource does not exist and never existed.
    code = 404
    description = (
        '<p>The requested URL was not found on the server.</p>'
        '<p>If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and '
        'try again.</p>'

class MethodNotAllowed(HTTPException):
    """*405* `Method Not Allowed`

    Raise if the server used a method the resource does not handle.  For
    example `POST` if the resource is view only.  Especially useful for REST.

    The first argument for this exception should be a list of allowed methods.
    Strictly speaking the response would be invalid if you don't provide valid
    methods in the header which you can do with that list.
    code = 405

    def __init__(self, valid_methods=None, description=None):
        """Takes an optional list of valid http methods
        starting with werkzeug 0.3 the list will be mandatory."""
        HTTPException.__init__(self, description)
        self.valid_methods = valid_methods

    def get_headers(self, environ):
        headers = HTTPException.get_headers(self, environ)
        if self.valid_methods:
            headers.append(('Allow', ', '.join(self.valid_methods)))
        return headers

    def get_description(self, environ):
        m = escape(environ.get('REQUEST_METHOD', 'GET'))
        return '<p>The method %s is not allowed for the requested URL.</p>' % m

class NotAcceptable(HTTPException):
    """*406* `Not Acceptable`

    Raise if the server can't return any content conforming to the
    `Accept` headers of the client.
    code = 406

    description = (
        '<p>The resource identified by the request is only capable of '
        'generating response entities which have content characteristics '
        'not acceptable according to the accept headers sent in the '

class RequestTimeout(HTTPException):
    """*408* `Request Timeout`

    Raise to signalize a timeout.
    code = 408
    description = (
        '<p>The server closed the network connection because the browser '
        'didn\'t finish the request within the specified time.</p>'

class Conflict(HTTPException):
    """*409* `Conflict`

    Raise to signal that a request cannot be completed because it conflicts
    with the current state on the server.

    .. versionadded:: 0.7
    code = 409
    description = (
        '<p>A conflict happened while processing the request.  The resource '
        'might have been modified while the request was being processed.'

class Gone(HTTPException):
    """*410* `Gone`

    Raise if a resource existed previously and went away without new location.
    code = 410
    description = (
        '<p>The requested URL is no longer available on this server and '
        'there is no forwarding address.</p><p>If you followed a link '
        'from a foreign page, please contact the author of this page.'

class LengthRequired(HTTPException):
    """*411* `Length Required`

    Raise if the browser submitted data but no ``Content-Length`` header which
    is required for the kind of processing the server does.
    code = 411
    description = (
        '<p>A request with this method requires a valid <code>Content-'
        'Length</code> header.</p>'

class PreconditionFailed(HTTPException):
    """*412* `Precondition Failed`

    Status code used in combination with ``If-Match``, ``If-None-Match``, or
    code = 412
    description = (
        '<p>The precondition on the request for the URL failed positive '

class RequestEntityTooLarge(HTTPException):
    """*413* `Request Entity Too Large`

    The status code one should return if the data submitted exceeded a given
    code = 413
    description = (
        '<p>The data value transmitted exceeds the capacity limit.</p>'

class RequestURITooLarge(HTTPException):
    """*414* `Request URI Too Large`

    Like *413* but for too long URLs.
    code = 414
    description = (
        '<p>The length of the requested URL exceeds the capacity limit '
        'for this server.  The request cannot be processed.</p>'

class UnsupportedMediaType(HTTPException):
    """*415* `Unsupported Media Type`

    The status code returned if the server is unable to handle the media type
    the client transmitted.
    code = 415
    description = (
        '<p>The server does not support the media type transmitted in '
        'the request.</p>'

class RequestedRangeNotSatisfiable(HTTPException):
    """*416* `Requested Range Not Satisfiable`

    The client asked for a part of the file that lies beyond the end
    of the file.

    .. versionadded:: 0.7
    code = 416
    description = (
        '<p>The server cannot provide the requested range.'

class ExpectationFailed(HTTPException):
    """*417* `Expectation Failed`

    The server cannot meet the requirements of the Expect request-header.

    .. versionadded:: 0.7
    code = 417
    description = (
        '<p>The server could not meet the requirements of the Expect header'

class ImATeapot(HTTPException):
    """*418* `I'm a teapot`

    The server should return this if it is a teapot and someone attempted
    to brew coffee with it.

    .. versionadded:: 0.7
    code = 418
    description = (
        '<p>This server is a teapot, not a coffee machine'

class InternalServerError(HTTPException):
    """*500* `Internal Server Error`

    Raise if an internal server error occurred.  This is a good fallback if an
    unknown error occurred in the dispatcher.
    code = 500
    description = (
        '<p>The server encountered an internal error and was unable to '
        'complete your request.  Either the server is overloaded or there '
        'is an error in the application.</p>'

class NotImplemented(HTTPException):
    """*501* `Not Implemented`

    Raise if the application does not support the action requested by the
    code = 501
    description = (
        '<p>The server does not support the action requested by the '

class BadGateway(HTTPException):
    """*502* `Bad Gateway`

    If you do proxying in your application you should return this status code
    if you received an invalid response from the upstream server it accessed
    in attempting to fulfill the request.
    code = 502
    description = (
        '<p>The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream '

class ServiceUnavailable(HTTPException):
    """*503* `Service Unavailable`

    Status code you should return if a service is temporarily unavailable.
    code = 503
    description = (
        '<p>The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to '
        'maintenance downtime or capacity problems.  Please try again '

default_exceptions = {}
__all__ = ['HTTPException']

def _find_exceptions():
    for name, obj in globals().iteritems():
            if getattr(obj, 'code', None) is not None:
                default_exceptions[obj.code] = obj
        except TypeError: # pragma: no cover
del _find_exceptions

#: raised by the request functions if they were unable to decode the
#: incoming data properly.
HTTPUnicodeError = BadRequest.wrap(UnicodeError, 'HTTPUnicodeError')

class Aborter(object):
    When passed a dict of code -> exception items it can be used as
    callable that raises exceptions.  If the first argument to the
    callable is an integer it will be looked up in the mapping, if it's
    a WSGI application it will be raised in a proxy exception.

    The rest of the arguments are forwarded to the exception constructor.

    def __init__(self, mapping=None, extra=None):
        if mapping is None:
            mapping = default_exceptions
        self.mapping = dict(mapping)
        if extra is not None:

    def __call__(self, code, *args, **kwargs):
        if not args and not kwargs and not isinstance(code, (int, long)):
            raise _ProxyException(code)
        if code not in self.mapping:
            raise LookupError('no exception for %r' % code)
        raise self.mapping[code](*args, **kwargs)

abort = Aborter()

#: an exception that is used internally to signal both a key error and a
#: bad request.  Used by a lot of the datastructures.
BadRequestKeyError = BadRequest.wrap(KeyError)

# imported here because of circular dependencies of werkzeug.utils
from werkzeug.utils import escape