view MoinMoin/ @ 1983:bb2f526d961c

fix some stuff discovered by pycharm code inspection some changes fix yet undiscovered bugs (e.g. due to wrong names), other changes are rather cosmetic or improve docstrings.
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Mon, 11 Feb 2013 18:48:03 +0100
parents 70b9962f1860
children d06e56e20b91
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# Copyright: 2000-2006 by Juergen Hermann <>
# Copyright: 2002-2011 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
# Copyright: 2008 MoinMoin:FlorianKrupicka
# Copyright: 2010 MoinMoin:DiogenesAugusto
# License: GNU GPL v2 (or any later version), see LICENSE.txt for details.

MoinMoin - wsgi application setup and related code

Use create_app(config) to create the WSGI application (using Flask).

from __future__ import absolute_import, division

# do this early, but not in MoinMoin/ because we need to be able to
# "import MoinMoin" from even before flask, werkzeug, ... is installed.
from MoinMoin.util import monkeypatch

from flask import Flask, request, session
from flask import current_app as app
from flask import g as flaskg

from flask.ext.cache import Cache
from flask.ext.themes import setup_themes

from jinja2 import ChoiceLoader, FileSystemLoader

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

from MoinMoin.i18n import i18n_init
from MoinMoin.i18n import _, L_, N_

from MoinMoin.themes import setup_jinja_env, themed_error

from MoinMoin.util.clock import Clock

def create_app(config=None, create_index=False, create_storage=False):
    simple wrapper around create_app_ext() for flask-script
    return create_app_ext(flask_config_file=config,

def create_app_ext(flask_config_file=None, flask_config_dict=None,
                   moin_config_class=None, warn_default=True, **kwargs
    Factory for moin wsgi apps

    :param flask_config_file: a flask config file name (may have a MOINCFG class),
                              if not given, a config pointed to by MOINCFG env var
                              will be loaded (if possible).
    :param flask_config_dict: a dict used to update flask config (applied after
                              flask_config_file was loaded [if given])
    :param moin_config_class: if you give this, it'll be instantiated as app.cfg,
                              otherwise it'll use MOINCFG from flask config. If that
                              also is not there, it'll use the DefaultConfig built
                              into MoinMoin.
    :param warn_default: emit a warning if moin falls back to its builtin default
                         config (maybe user forgot to specify MOINCFG?)
    :param kwargs: if you give additional keyword args, the keys/values will get patched
                   into the moin configuration class (before its instance is created)
    clock = Clock()
    clock.start('create_app total')
    app = Flask('MoinMoin')
    clock.start('create_app load config')
    if flask_config_file:
        if not app.config.from_envvar('MOINCFG', silent=True):
            # no MOINCFG env variable set, try stuff in cwd:
            from os import path
            flask_config_file = path.abspath('')
            if not path.exists(flask_config_file):
                flask_config_file = path.abspath('')
                if not path.exists(flask_config_file):
                    flask_config_file = None
            if flask_config_file:
    if flask_config_dict:
    Config = moin_config_class
    if not Config:
        Config = app.config.get('MOINCFG')
    if not Config:
        if warn_default:
            logging.warning("using builtin default configuration")
        from MoinMoin.config.default import DefaultConfig as Config
    for key, value in kwargs.iteritems():
        setattr(Config, key, value)
    if Config.secrets is None:
        # reuse the secret configured for flask (which is required for sessions)
        Config.secrets = app.config.get('SECRET_KEY')
    app.cfg = Config()
    clock.stop('create_app load config')
    clock.start('create_app register')
    # register converters
    from werkzeug.routing import BaseConverter

    class ItemNameConverter(BaseConverter):
        """Like the default :class:`UnicodeConverter`, but it also matches
        slashes (except at the beginning AND end).
        This is useful for wikis and similar applications::

        regex = '[^/]+?(/[^/]+?)*'
        weight = 200

    app.url_map.converters['itemname'] = ItemNameConverter
    # register modules, before/after request functions
    from MoinMoin.apps.frontend import frontend
    from MoinMoin.apps.admin import admin
    app.register_blueprint(admin, url_prefix='/+admin')
    from MoinMoin.apps.feed import feed
    app.register_blueprint(feed, url_prefix='/+feed')
    from MoinMoin.apps.misc import misc
    app.register_blueprint(misc, url_prefix='/+misc')
    from MoinMoin.apps.serve import serve
    app.register_blueprint(serve, url_prefix='/+serve')
    clock.stop('create_app register')
    clock.start('create_app flask-cache')
    cache = Cache()
    app.cache = cache
    clock.stop('create_app flask-cache')
    # init storage
    clock.start('create_app init backends')
    clock.stop('create_app init backends')
    clock.start('create_app flask-babel')
    clock.stop('create_app flask-babel')
    # configure templates
    clock.start('create_app flask-themes')
    if app.cfg.template_dirs:
        app.jinja_env.loader = ChoiceLoader([
    app.register_error_handler(403, themed_error)
    clock.stop('create_app flask-themes')
    clock.stop('create_app total')
    del clock
    return app

def destroy_app(app):

from import protecting, indexing, routing
from MoinMoin import auth, config, user

def init_backends(app):
    initialize the backends
    # A ns_mapping consists of several lines, where each line is made up like this:
    # mountpoint, unprotected backend
    # Just initialize with unprotected backends.
    app.router = routing.Backend(app.cfg.namespace_mapping, app.cfg.backend_mapping)
    if app.cfg.create_storage:
        app.router.create() = indexing.IndexingMiddleware(app.cfg.index_storage, app.router,
    if app.cfg.create_index:

def deinit_backends(app):
    if app.cfg.destroy_index:
    if app.cfg.destroy_storage:

def setup_user():
    Try to retrieve a valid user object from the request, be it
    either through the session or through a login.
    # init some stuff for auth processing:
    flaskg._login_multistage = None
    flaskg._login_multistage_name = None
    flaskg._login_messages = []

    # first try setting up from session
    userobj = auth.setup_from_session()

    # then handle login/logout forms
    form = request.values.to_dict()
    if 'login_submit' in form:
        # this is a real form, submitted by POST
        userobj = auth.handle_login(userobj, **form)
    elif 'logout_submit' in form:
        # currently just a GET link
        userobj = auth.handle_logout(userobj)
        userobj = auth.handle_request(userobj)

    # if we still have no user obj, create a dummy:
    if not userobj:
        userobj = user.User(name=u'anonymous', auth_method='invalid')
    # if we have a valid user we store it in the session
    if userobj.valid:
        session['user.itemid'] = userobj.itemid
        session['user.trusted'] = userobj.trusted
        session['user.auth_method'] = userobj.auth_method
        session['user.auth_attribs'] = userobj.auth_attribs
        session['user.session_token'] = userobj.get_session_token()
    return userobj

def before_wiki():
    Setup environment for wiki requests, start timers.
    logging.debug("running before_wiki")
    flaskg.clock = Clock()
        flaskg.unprotected_storage =

        flaskg.user = setup_user() = protecting.ProtectingMiddleware(, flaskg.user, app.cfg.acl_mapping)

        flaskg.dicts = app.cfg.dicts()
        flaskg.groups = app.cfg.groups()

        flaskg.content_lang = app.cfg.language_default
        flaskg.current_lang = app.cfg.language_default


    # if return value is not None, it is the final response

def teardown_wiki(response):
    Teardown environment of wiki requests, stop timers.
    logging.debug("running teardown_wiki")
        del flaskg.clock
    except AttributeError:
        # can happen if teardown_wiki() is called twice, e.g. by unit tests.
    return response