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caching: refactored locking to separate methods, new scope='dir' scope='dir' just means: use the directory specified by arena Use .lock() and .unlock() methods together with do_locking=False to manually lock/unlock (e.g. for a locked read-modify-write cycle). With do_locking=True, .lock() is automatically called by .open(), .unlock() is automatically called by .close(). Typical usage: try: cache.open('r') # open file, create locks data = cache.read() finally: cache.close() # important to close file and remove locks Removed the code that unlocks in .open()'s exception handler. Such stuff needs to be done in the caller's "finally:" block (which has to call .close(), which internally calls .unlock()). Only log IOErrors in .open() if it was for write mode. For read mode, it can be just a non-existing file, we don't want to log this case.
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Sat, 29 Aug 2009 22:17:07 +0200
parents 3010c1a94185
children 4ee70cfce201 d57cfa1a3724
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
"""MoinMoin Desktop Edition (MMDE) - Configuration

ONLY to be used for MMDE - if you run a personal wiki on your notebook or PC.

This is NOT intended for internet or server or multiuser use due to relaxed security settings!
"""
import sys, os
from MoinMoin.config.multiconfig import DefaultConfig


class LocalConfig(DefaultConfig):
    # vvv DON'T TOUCH THIS EXCEPT IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU DO vvv
    moinmoin_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.normpath(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0])))
    data_dir = os.path.join(moinmoin_dir, 'wiki', 'data')
    data_underlay_dir = os.path.join(moinmoin_dir, 'wiki', 'underlay')

    DesktopEdition = True # give all local users full powers
    acl_rights_default = u"All:read,write,delete,revert,admin"
    surge_action_limits = None # no surge protection
    sitename = u'MoinMoin DesktopEdition'
    logo_string = u'<img src="/moin_static184/common/moinmoin.png" alt="MoinMoin Logo">'
    page_front_page = u'FrontPage' # change to some better value
    # ^^^ DON'T TOUCH THIS EXCEPT IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU DO ^^^

    # Add your configuration items here.
    secrets = 'This string is NOT a secret, please make up your own, long, random secret string!'


# DEVELOPERS! Do not add your configuration items there,
# you could accidentally commit them! Instead, create a
# wikiconfig_local.py file containing this:
#
# from wikiconfig import LocalConfig
#
# class Config(LocalConfig):
#     configuration_item_1 = 'value1'
#

try:
    from wikiconfig_local import Config
except ImportError, err:
    if not str(err).endswith('wikiconfig_local'):
        raise
    Config = LocalConfig