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mailimport: fix endless looping while trying to import a forwarded mail This is just a fix to solve the endless looping / crash. It needs further improvement, currently the From/To/... header data of the forwarded mail is not processed at all and thus not visible later in the wiki. The body of it is visible, though, but just appears appended to the main mail body.
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Sun, 06 Sep 2009 22:35:50 +0200
parents 911cb338943e
children 500f68d3e2fd
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    MoinMoin - Entity Capabilities (XEP-0115) implementation

    Enables Jabber/XMPP clients to save bandwidth by caching
    information about extensions supported by various client

    @copyright: 2007 by Robert Lehmann <>
                2008 by Bolesław Kulbabiński <>
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

import base64
import itertools
from import hash_new
from pyxmpp.presence import Presence

HASHALIASES = { # IANA Hash Function Textual Names Registry
                # to `` mapping
    'sha-1': 'sha1',
    'sha-224': 'sha224',
    'sha-256': 'sha256',
    'sha-384': 'sha384',
    'sha-512': 'sha512',
    'md5': 'md5',
    'md2': 'md2',

def generate_ver(identities, features, algo='sha-1'):
    """Generate the 'ver' attribute according to XEP-0115.


    @param identities: a number of (category, type) identity pairs
    @param algo: optional algo attribute with IANA aliasing

    @type identities: iterable of 2-tuples of strings
    @type features: iterable of strings
    @type algo: string (IANA Hash Function Textual Name)

    # only IANA aliases are supported
    if algo not in HASHALIASES:
        raise ValueError("undefined hash algorithm")
    algo = hash_new(HASHALIASES[algo])

    ident = list(identities)
    # default sorting already considers both, category and type
    ident = ['%s/%s' % (idcat, idtype) for idcat, idtype in ident]

    feat = list(features)
    # strings (byte arrays) are ordered by i;octet by default

    s = '<'.join(itertools.chain(ident, feat, ('', )))
    # the trailing empty string adds a trailing '<' to the result
    s = base64.b64encode(algo.digest())

    return s

def hash_iq(stanza, algo='sha-1'):
    """Search an <Iq/> entity for features/identities and generate a
    'ver' attribute hash.

    @type stanza:
    stanza = iter(stanza.get_query()) # drop first item: whole query

    feat = []
    ident = []

    # traverse all child nodes
    for item in stanza:
        if == 'identity':
            ident.append((item.prop('category'), item.prop('type')))
        elif == 'feature':

    return generate_ver(ident, feat, algo)

# <identity /> and <feature /> attributes
IDENT = (('category', 'client'),
         ('type', 'bot'))
FEAT = ('',
        'jabber:x:data') # data forms
NODE = ""

def create_presence(jid):
    """ Creates a presence stanza (as described in XEP-0115)

    @param jid: bot's jabber ID
    pres = Presence(from_jid=jid)

    c = pres.add_new_content('', 'c')
    c.setProp('node', NODE)

    ver = generate_ver(IDENT, FEAT)
    c.setProp('ver', ver)

    return pres

def create_response(disco_query):
    """ Creates an <Iq /> tag as a response to a service discovery query

    @param disco_query: received query
    response = disco_query.make_result_response()
    query = response.new_query(ns_uri='')

    ident = query.newChild(None, 'identity', None)
    for item in IDENT:
        ident.setProp(item[0], item[1])

    for item in FEAT:
        query.newChild(None, 'feature', None).setProp('var', item)

    return response