Source code for wsgidav.server.ext_wsgiutils_server

# (c) 2009-2024 Martin Wendt and contributors; see WsgiDAV
# Original PyFileServer (c) 2005 Ho Chun Wei.
# Licensed under the MIT license:
""" is an extension of the wsgiutils server in Paste.
It supports passing all of the HTTP and WebDAV (rfc 2518) methods.

It includes code from the following sources:
```` from wsgiKit <> under PSF license,
```` from Paste <> under PSF license,
flexible handler method <>
under public domain.

Running as standalone server

To run as a standalone server using the bundled

        usage: python [options] [config-file]

          The configuration file for WsgiDAV. if omitted, the application
          will look for a file named 'WsgiDAV.conf' in the current directory

          --port=PORT  Port to serve on (default: 8080)
          --host=HOST  Host to serve from (default: localhost, which is only
                            accessible from the local computer; use to make your
                            application public)
          -h, --help   show this help message and exit

Running using other web servers

To run it with other WSGI web servers, you can::

        from wsgidav.mainappwrapper import PyFileApp
        publish_app = PyFileApp('WsgiDAV.conf')
        # construct the application with configuration file
        # if configuration file is omitted, the application
        # will look for a file named 'WsgiDAV.conf'
        # in the current directory

where ``publish_app`` is the WSGI application to be run, it will be called with
``publish_app(environ, start_response)`` for each incoming request, as described in
`WSGI <>`_

Note: if you are using the paster development server (from Paste <>), you
can copy ```` to ``<Paste-installation>/paste/servers`` and use this server to
run the application by specifying ``server='ext_wsgiutils'`` in the ``server.conf`` or appropriate
paste configuration.
__docformat__ = "reStructuredText"

import logging
import socket
import socketserver
import sys
import threading
import time
import traceback
from http import client as http_client
from http import server as BaseHTTPServer
from io import StringIO
from urllib.parse import urlparse

from wsgidav import util

_logger = util.get_module_logger(__name__)

_version = 1.0

     <title>Server Error</title>
     <h1>Server Error</h1>
     A server error has occurred.  Please contact the system administrator for
     more information.

[docs] class ExtHandler(BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler): _SUPPORTED_METHODS = [ "HEAD", "GET", "PUT", "POST", "OPTIONS", "TRACE", "DELETE", "PROPFIND", "PROPPATCH", "MKCOL", "COPY", "MOVE", "LOCK", "UNLOCK", ] # Enable automatic keep-alive: protocol_version = "HTTP/1.1" server_version = f"{util.public_wsgidav_info} ExtServer/{_version} {BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.server_version}"
[docs] def log_message(self, *args): pass
# BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.log_message(self, *args)
[docs] def log_request(self, *args): pass
# BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.log_request(self, *args)
[docs] def getApp(self): # We want fragments to be returned as part of <path> _protocol, _host, path, _parameters, query, _fragment = urlparse( f"http://dummyhost{self.path}", allow_fragments=False ) # Find any application we might have for appPath, app in self.server.wsgiApplications: if path.startswith(appPath): # We found the application to use - work out the script_name and path_info path_info = path[len(appPath) :] if len(path_info) > 0: if not path_info.startswith("/"): path_info = "/" + path_info if appPath.endswith("/"): script_name = appPath[:-1] else: script_name = appPath # Return all this return app, script_name, path_info, query return None, None, None, None
[docs] def handlerFunctionClosure(self, name): def handlerFunction(*args, **kwargs): self.do_method() return handlerFunction
[docs] def do_method(self): app, script_name, path_info, query = self.getApp() if not app: self.send_error(404, "Application not found.") return self.runWSGIApp(app, script_name, path_info, query)
def __getattr__(self, name): if len(name) > 3 and name[0:3] == "do_" and name[3:] in self._SUPPORTED_METHODS: return self.handlerFunctionClosure(name) elif name == "_headers_buffer": # 2015-10-22: py3: prevent recursion/stackovervlow raise AttributeError self.send_error(501, "Method Not Implemented.") return
[docs] def runWSGIApp(self, application, script_name, path_info, query): # ("Running application with SCRIPT_NAME {} PATH_INFO {}".format( # script_name, path_info)) if self.command == "PUT": pass # breakpoint env = { "wsgi.version": (1, 0), "wsgi.url_scheme": "http", "wsgi.input": self.rfile, "wsgi.errors": sys.stderr, "wsgi.multithread": 1, "wsgi.multiprocess": 0, "wsgi.run_once": 0, "REQUEST_METHOD": self.command, "SCRIPT_NAME": script_name, "PATH_INFO": path_info, "QUERY_STRING": query, "CONTENT_TYPE": self.headers.get("Content-Type", ""), "CONTENT_LENGTH": self.headers.get("Content-Length", ""), "REMOTE_ADDR": self.client_address[0], "SERVER_NAME": self.server.server_address[0], "SERVER_PORT": util.to_str(self.server.server_address[1]), "SERVER_PROTOCOL": self.request_version, } for httpHeader, httpValue in self.headers.items(): if httpHeader.lower() not in ("content-type", "content-length"): env["HTTP_{}".format(httpHeader.replace("-", "_").upper())] = httpValue # Setup the state self.wsgiSentHeaders = 0 self.wsgiHeaders = [] try: # We have there environment, now invoke the application _logger.debug("runWSGIApp application()...") result = application(env, self.wsgiStartResponse) try: for data in result: if data: self.wsgiWriteData(data) else: _logger.debug("runWSGIApp empty data") finally: _logger.debug("runWSGIApp finally.") if hasattr(result, "close"): result.close() except Exception: _logger.debug("runWSGIApp caught exception...") errorMsg = StringIO() traceback.print_exc(file=errorMsg) logging.error(errorMsg.getvalue()) if not self.wsgiSentHeaders: self.wsgiStartResponse( "500 Server Error", [("Content-type", "text/html")] ) self.wsgiWriteData(SERVER_ERROR) if not self.wsgiSentHeaders: # GC issue 29 sending one byte, when content-length is '0' seems wrong # We must write out something! # self.wsgiWriteData (" ") self.wsgiWriteData(b"") return
[docs] def wsgiStartResponse(self, response_status, response_headers, exc_info=None): _logger.debug( f"wsgiStartResponse({response_status}, {response_headers}, {exc_info})" ) if self.wsgiSentHeaders: raise Exception("Headers already sent and start_response called again!") # Should really take a copy to avoid changes in the application.... self.wsgiHeaders = (response_status, response_headers) return self.wsgiWriteData
[docs] def wsgiWriteData(self, data): if not self.wsgiSentHeaders: status, headers = self.wsgiHeaders # Need to send header prior to data statusCode = status[: status.find(" ")] statusMsg = status[status.find(" ") + 1 :] _logger.debug(f"wsgiWriteData: send headers '{status!r}', {headers!r}") self.send_response(int(statusCode), statusMsg) for header, value in headers: self.send_header(header, value) self.end_headers() self.wsgiSentHeaders = 1 # Send the data assert type(data) is bytes # If not, Content-Length is probably wrong! _logger.debug( f"wsgiWriteData: write {len(data)} bytes: '{util.to_str(data[:50])!r}'..." ) if util.is_str(data): # If not, Content-Length is probably wrong!"ext_wsgiutils_server: Got unicode data: {data!r}") # data = util.wsgi_to_bytes(data) data = util.to_bytes(data) try: self.wfile.write(data) except OSError as e: # Suppress stack trace when client aborts connection disgracefully: # 10053: Software caused connection abort # 10054: Connection reset by peer if e.args[0] in (10053, 10054):"*** Caught socket.error: %s", e, file=sys.stderr) else: raise
[docs] class ExtServer(socketserver.ThreadingMixIn, BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer):
[docs] def handle_error(self, request, client_address): """Handle an error gracefully. May be overridden. The default is to a traceback and continue. """ ei = sys.exc_info() e = ei[1] # Suppress stack trace when client aborts connection disgracefully: # 10053: Software caused connection abort # 10054: Connection reset by peer if e.args[0] in (10053, 10054): _logger.error(f"*** Caught socket.error: {e}") return # This is what BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer.handle_error does, but with # added thread ID and using stderr _logger.error("-" * 40, file=sys.stderr) _logger.error( f"<{threading.current_thread().ident}> Exception happened during processing of request from {client_address}" ) _logger.error(client_address, file=sys.stderr) traceback.print_exc() _logger.error("-" * 40, file=sys.stderr) _logger.error(request, file=sys.stderr)
# BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer.handle_error(self, request, client_address)
[docs] def stop_serve_forever(self): """Stop serve_forever_stoppable().""" assert hasattr( self, "stop_request" ), "serve_forever_stoppable() must be called before" assert not self.stop_request, "stop_serve_forever() must only be called once" # # Flag stop request self.stop_request = True time.sleep(0.1) if self.stopped: # "stop_serve_forever() 'stopped'." return # Add a do_SHUTDOWN method to to the ExtHandler class def _shutdownHandler(self): """Send 200 OK response, and set server.stop_request to True. """ # "Handling do_SHUTDOWN request" self.send_response(200) self.end_headers() self.server.stop_request = True if not hasattr(ExtHandler, "do_SHUTDOWN"): ExtHandler.do_SHUTDOWN = _shutdownHandler # Send request, so socket is unblocked (host, port) = self.server_address # "stop_serve_forever() sending {}:{}/ SHUTDOWN...".format(host, port) conn = http_client.HTTPConnection(f"{host}:{port}") conn.request("SHUTDOWN", "/") # "stop_serve_forever() sent SHUTDOWN request, reading response..." conn.getresponse() # "stop_serve_forever() received SHUTDOWN response." assert self.stop_request
[docs] def serve_forever_stoppable(self): """Handle one request at a time until stop_serve_forever(). """ self.stop_request = False self.stopped = False while not self.stop_request: self.handle_request() # "serve_forever_stoppable() stopped." self.stopped = True
def __init__(self, serverAddress, wsgiApplications, serveFiles=1): BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer.__init__(self, serverAddress, ExtHandler) appList = [] for urlPath, wsgiApp in wsgiApplications.items(): appList.append((urlPath, wsgiApp)) self.wsgiApplications = appList self.serveFiles = serveFiles self.serverShuttingDown = 0
[docs] def serve(conf, app): host = conf.get("host", "localhost") port = int(conf.get("port", 8080)) server = ExtServer((host, port), {"": app}) server_version = ExtHandler.server_version if conf.get("verbose") >= 1:"Running {server_version}") if host in ("", ""): (hostname, _aliaslist, ipaddrlist) = socket.gethostbyname_ex( socket.gethostname() ) f"Serving at {host}, port {port} (host={hostname!r} {ipaddrlist})..." ) else:"Serving at {host}, port {port}...") server.serve_forever()
# server.serve_forever_stoppable() if __name__ == "__main__": raise RuntimeError("Use")