Source code for wsgidav.wsgidav_app

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# (c) 2009-2023 Martin Wendt and contributors; see WsgiDAV
# Original PyFileServer (c) 2005 Ho Chun Wei.
# Licensed under the MIT license:

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WSGI container, that handles the HTTP requests. This object is passed to the
WSGI server and represents our WsgiDAV application to the outside.

On init:

    Use the configuration dictionary to initialize lock manager, property manager,
    domain controller.

    Create a dictionary of share-to-provider mappings.

    Initialize middleware objects and setup the WSGI application stack.

For every request:

    Find the registered DAV provider for the current request.

    Add or modify info in the WSGI ``environ``:

            Mount-point of the current share.
            Resource path, relative to the mount path.
            DAVProvider object that is registered for handling the current
            Configuration dictionary.
            Debug level [0-3].

    Log the HTTP request, then pass the request to the first middleware.

    Note: The OPTIONS method for the '*' path is handled directly.

import copy
import inspect
import platform
import sys
import time
from urllib.parse import unquote

from wsgidav import __version__, util
from wsgidav.dav_provider import DAVProvider
from wsgidav.default_conf import DEFAULT_CONFIG
from wsgidav.fs_dav_provider import FilesystemProvider
from wsgidav.http_authenticator import HTTPAuthenticator
from wsgidav.lock_man.lock_manager import LockManager
from wsgidav.lock_man.lock_storage import LockStorageDict
from import BaseMiddleware
from wsgidav.prop_man.property_manager import PropertyManager
from wsgidav.util import (

__docformat__ = "reStructuredText"

_logger = util.get_module_logger(__name__)

def _check_config(config):
    errors = []

    mandatory_fields = ("provider_mapping",)
    for field in mandatory_fields:
        if field not in config:
            errors.append(f"Missing required option {field!r}.")

    deprecated_fields = {
        "acceptbasic": "http_authenticator.accept_basic",
        "acceptdigest": "http_authenticator.accept_digest",
        "catchall": "error_printer.catch_all",
        "debug_litmus": "logging.debug_litmus",
        "debug_methods": "logging.debug_methods",
        "defaultdigest": "http_authenticator.default_to_digest",
        "dir_browser.app_class": "middleware_stack",
        "dir_browser.ms_mount": "(removed)",
        "dir_browser.ms_sharepoint_plugin": "dir_browser.ms_sharepoint_support",
        "dir_browser.ms_sharepoint_url": "dir_browser.ms_sharepoint_support",
        "domain_controller": "http_authenticator.domain_controller",
        "domaincontroller": "http_authenticator.domain_controller",
        "emulate_win32_lastmod": "hotfixes.emulate_win32_lastmod",
        "enable_loggers": "logging.enable_loggers",
        "error_printer.catch_all": "(removed)",
        "http_authenticator.preset_domain": "nt_dc.preset_domain",
        "http_authenticator.preset_server": "nt_dc.preset_server",
        "locksmanager": "lock_manager",
        "lock_manager": "lock_storage",
        "logger_date_format": "logging.logger_date_format",
        "logger_format": "logging.logger_format",
        "logging.verbose": "verbose",  # prevent a likely mistake
        "mutableLiveProps": "mutable_live_props",
        "propsmanager": "property_manager",
        "re_encode_path_info": "hotfixes.re_encode_path_info",
        "response_headers": "(see Cors middleware)",
        "trusted_auth_header": "http_authenticator.trusted_auth_header",
        "unquote_path_info": "hotfixes.unquote_path_info",
        "user_mapping": "simple_dc.user_mapping",
        # "dir_browser.enable": "middleware_stack",
    for old, new in deprecated_fields.items():
        if "." in old:
            k, v = old.split(".", 1)
            d = config.get(k, {})
            d, v = config, old

        if d and v in d:
            errors.append(f"Deprecated option {old!r}: use {new!r} instead.")

    if errors:
        raise ValueError("Invalid configuration:\n  - " + "\n  - ".join(errors))

    return True

# ========================================================================
# WsgiDAVApp
# ========================================================================
[docs]class WsgiDAVApp: def __init__(self, config): self.config = copy.deepcopy(DEFAULT_CONFIG) util.deep_update(self.config, config) config = self.config expand = {"${application}": self} # Evaluate configuration and set defaults _check_config(config) self.verbose = config.get("verbose", 3) hotfixes = util.get_dict_value(config, "hotfixes", as_dict=True) self.re_encode_path_info = hotfixes.get("re_encode_path_info", True) if type(self.re_encode_path_info) is not bool: raise ValueError("re_encode_path_info must be bool (or omitted)") self.unquote_path_info = hotfixes.get("unquote_path_info", False) lock_storage = config.get("lock_storage") if lock_storage is True: lock_storage = LockStorageDict() elif isinstance(lock_storage, (str, dict)): lock_storage = dynamic_instantiate_class_from_opts( lock_storage, expand=expand ) if not lock_storage: # Normalize False, 0 to None self.lock_manager = None else: if not hasattr(lock_storage, "refresh"): raise ValueError(f"Invalid lock_storage: {lock_storage!r}") self.lock_manager = LockManager(lock_storage) prop_manager = config.get("property_manager") if prop_manager is True: prop_manager = PropertyManager() elif isinstance(prop_manager, (str, dict)): prop_manager = dynamic_instantiate_class_from_opts( prop_manager, expand=expand ) if not prop_manager: # Normalize False, 0 to None self.prop_manager = None else: self.prop_manager = prop_manager # If mount path is configured, it must start with "/" (but no trailing slash) mount_path = config.get("mount_path") if mount_path: if not mount_path.startswith("/") or mount_path.endswith("/"): raise ValueError( f"If a mount_path is set, it must start (but not end) with '/': {mount_path!r}." ) else: mount_path = "" self.mount_path = mount_path auth_conf = util.get_dict_value(config, "http_authenticator", as_dict=True) # Instantiate DAV resource provider objects for every share. # provider_mapping may contain the args that are passed to a # `FilesystemProvider` instance: # <share_path>: <folder_path> # or # <share_path>: { "root": <folder_path>, "readonly": True } # or contain a complete new instance: # <share_path>: <DAVProvider Instance> provider_mapping = self.config["provider_mapping"] self.provider_map = {} self.sorted_share_list = None for share, provider in provider_mapping.items(): self.add_provider(share, provider) self.http_authenticator = None domain_controller = None # Define WSGI application stack middleware_stack = config.get("middleware_stack", []) mw_list = [] # This is the 'outer' application, i.e. the WSGI application object that # is eventually called by the server. self.application = self # The `middleware_stack` is configured such that the first app in the # list should be called first. Since every app wraps its predecessor, we # iterate in reverse order: for mw in reversed(middleware_stack): # The middleware stack configuration may contain plain strings, dicts, # classes, or objects app = None if util.is_basestring(mw): # If a plain string is passed, try to import it, assuming # `BaseMiddleware` signature app_class = dynamic_import_class(mw) app = app_class(self, self.application, config) elif type(mw) is dict: # If a dict with one entry is passed, expect {class: ..., kwargs: ...} expand = {"${application}": self.application} app = dynamic_instantiate_class_from_opts(mw, expand=expand) elif inspect.isclass(mw): # If a class is passed, assume BaseMiddleware (or compatible) # TODO: remove this assert with 3.0 assert issubclass(mw, BaseMiddleware) app = mw(self, self.application, config) else: # Otherwise assume an initialized middleware instance app = mw # Remember if isinstance(app, HTTPAuthenticator): self.http_authenticator = app domain_controller = app.get_domain_controller() # Add middleware to the stack if app: if callable(getattr(app, "is_disabled", None)) and app.is_disabled(): _logger.warning( "App {}.is_disabled() returned True: skipping.".format(app) ) else: mw_list.append(app) self.application = app else: _logger.error("Could not add middleware {}.".format(mw)) "WsgiDAV/{} Python/{} {}".format( __version__, util.PYTHON_VERSION, platform.platform(aliased=True) ) ) if self.verbose >= 4: "Default encoding: {!r} (file system: {!r})".format( sys.getdefaultencoding(), sys.getfilesystemencoding() ) ) if self.verbose >= 3:"Lock manager: {self.lock_manager}")"Property manager: {self.prop_manager}")"Domain controller: {domain_controller}") if self.verbose >= 4: # We traversed the stack in reverse order. Now revert again, so # we see the order that was configured:"Middleware stack:") for mw in reversed(mw_list):" - {mw}") if self.verbose >= 3:"Registered DAV providers by route:") for share in self.sorted_share_list: provider = self.provider_map[share] if domain_controller: if domain_controller.is_share_anonymous(share): hint = " (anonymous)" else: hint = "" else: hint = " (custom auth)"" - {share!r}: {provider}{hint}") if auth_conf.get("accept_basic") and not config.get("ssl_certificate"): _logger.warning( "Basic authentication is enabled: It is highly recommended to enable SSL." ) if domain_controller: for share, provider in self.provider_map.items(): if domain_controller.is_share_anonymous(share): _logger.warning( "Share {!r} will allow anonymous {} access.".format( share, "read" if provider.is_readonly() else "write" ) ) if self.mount_path:"Configured mount path: {self.mount_path!r}.") return
[docs] def add_provider(self, share, provider, *, readonly=False): """Add a provider to the provider_map routing table.""" # Make sure share starts with, or is '/' share = "/" + share.strip("/") assert share not in self.provider_map if type(provider) is str: # Syntax: # <>: <folder_path> # We allow a simple string as 'provider'. In this case we interpret # it as a file system root folder that is published. provider = util.fix_path(provider, self.config) provider = FilesystemProvider(provider, readonly=readonly) elif type(provider) in (dict,): if "class" in provider: # Syntax: # <>: {"class": <class_path>, "args": <pos_args>, "kwargs": <named_args>} expand = {"${application}": self} provider = dynamic_instantiate_class_from_opts(provider, expand=expand) elif "root" in provider: # Syntax: # <share_path>: {"root": <path>, "redaonly": <bool>} provider = FilesystemProvider( util.fix_path(provider["root"], self.config), readonly=bool(provider.get("readonly", False)), ) else: raise ValueError( f"Provider expected {{'class': ...}}` or {{'root': ...}}: {provider}" ) elif type(provider) in (list, tuple): raise ValueError( f"Provider {provider}: tuple/list syntax is no longer supported" ) # provider = FilesystemProvider(provider[0], provider[1]) if not isinstance(provider, DAVProvider): raise ValueError(f"Invalid provider {provider}") provider.set_share_path(share) if self.mount_path: provider.set_mount_path(self.mount_path) # TODO: someday we may want to configure different lock/prop # managers per provider provider.set_lock_manager(self.lock_manager) provider.set_prop_manager(self.prop_manager) self.provider_map[share] = provider # self.provider_map[share] = {"provider": provider, "allow_anonymous": False} # Store the list of share paths, ordered by length, so route lookups # will return the most specific match self.sorted_share_list = [s.lower() for s in self.provider_map.keys()] self.sorted_share_list = sorted(self.sorted_share_list, key=len, reverse=True) return provider
[docs] def resolve_provider(self, path): """Get the registered DAVProvider for a given path. Returns: tuple: (share, provider) """ # Find DAV provider that matches the share share = None lower_path = path.lower() for r in self.sorted_share_list: # @@: Case sensitivity should be an option of some sort here; # os.path.normpath might give the preferred case for a filename. if r == "/": share = r break elif lower_path == r or lower_path.startswith(r + "/"): share = r break if share is None: return None, None return share, self.provider_map.get(share)
[docs] def __call__(self, environ, start_response): # util.log("SCRIPT_NAME={!r}, PATH_INFO={!r}".format( # environ.get("SCRIPT_NAME"), environ.get("PATH_INFO"))) path = environ["PATH_INFO"] # WSGI always assumes iso-8859-1. Modern clients send UTF-8, so we may # have to re-encode. # See also: # - Issue #73 # - # - # (The hotfixes.re_encode_path_info option is true by default.) if self.re_encode_path_info: path = environ["PATH_INFO"] = util.re_encode_wsgi(path) # We optionally unquote PATH_INFO here, although this should already be # done by the server (#8, #228). if self.unquote_path_info: path = unquote(environ["PATH_INFO"]) # GC issue 22: Pylons sends root as u'/' if not util.is_str(path): _logger.warning(f"Got non-native PATH_INFO: {path!r}") # path = path.encode("utf8") path = util.to_str(path) # Always adding these values to environ: environ["wsgidav.config"] = self.config environ["wsgidav.provider"] = None environ["wsgidav.verbose"] = self.verbose # Find DAV provider that matches the share share, provider = self.resolve_provider(path) # share = None # lower_path = path.lower() # for r in self.sorted_share_list: # # @@: Case sensitivity should be an option of some sort here; # # os.path.normpath might give the preferred case for a filename. # if r == "/": # share = r # break # elif lower_path == r or lower_path.startswith(r + "/"): # share = r # break # Note: we call the next app, even if provider is None, because OPTIONS # must still be handled. # All other requests will result in '404 Not Found' # if share is not None: # share_data = self.provider_map.get(share) # environ["wsgidav.provider"] = share_data["provider"] environ["wsgidav.provider"] = provider # TODO: test with multi-level realms: 'aa/bb' # TODO: test security: url contains '..' # Transform SCRIPT_NAME and PATH_INFO # (Since path and share are unquoted, this also fixes quoted values.) if share == "/" or not share: environ["PATH_INFO"] = path else: environ["SCRIPT_NAME"] += share environ["PATH_INFO"] = path[len(share) :] # assert isinstance(path, str) assert util.is_str(path) # See # for some clarification about SCRIPT_NAME/PATH_INFO format # SCRIPT_NAME starts with '/' or is empty assert environ["SCRIPT_NAME"] == "" or environ["SCRIPT_NAME"].startswith("/") # SCRIPT_NAME must not have a trailing '/' assert environ["SCRIPT_NAME"] in ("", "/") or not environ[ "SCRIPT_NAME" ].endswith("/") # PATH_INFO starts with '/' assert environ["PATH_INFO"] == "" or environ["PATH_INFO"].startswith("/") start_time = time.time() def _start_response_wrapper(status, response_headers, exc_info=None): # Postprocess response headers headerDict = {} for header, value in response_headers: if header.lower() in headerDict: _logger.error(f"Duplicate header in response: {header}") headerDict[header.lower()] = value # Check if we should close the connection after this request. # forceCloseConnection = False currentContentLength = headerDict.get("content-length") statusCode = int(status.split(" ", 1)[0]) contentLengthRequired = ( environ["REQUEST_METHOD"] != "HEAD" and statusCode >= 200 and statusCode not in (204, 304) ) #["REQUEST_METHOD"], statusCode, contentLengthRequired) if contentLengthRequired and currentContentLength in (None, ""): # A typical case: a GET request on a virtual resource, for which # the provider doesn't know the length _logger.error( "Missing required Content-Length header in {}-response: closing connection".format( statusCode ) ) forceCloseConnection = True elif not type(currentContentLength) is str: _logger.error( "Invalid Content-Length header in response ({!r}): closing connection".format( headerDict.get("content-length") ) ) forceCloseConnection = True # HOTFIX for Vista and Windows 7 (GC issue 13, issue 23) # It seems that we must read *all* of the request body, otherwise # clients may miss the response. # For example Vista MiniRedir didn't understand a 401 response, # when trying an anonymous PUT of big files. As a consequence, it # doesn't retry with credentials and the file copy fails. # (XP is fine however). util.read_and_discard_input(environ) # Make sure the socket is not reused, unless we are 100% sure all # current input was consumed if util.get_content_length(environ) != 0 and not environ.get( "wsgidav.all_input_read" ): _logger.warning( "Input stream not completely consumed: closing connection." ) forceCloseConnection = True if forceCloseConnection and headerDict.get("connection") != "close": _logger.warning("Adding 'Connection: close' header.") response_headers.append(("Connection", "close")) # Log request if self.verbose >= 3: userInfo = environ.get("wsgidav.auth.user_name") if not userInfo: userInfo = "(anonymous)" extra = [] if "HTTP_DESTINATION" in environ: extra.append('dest="{}"'.format(environ.get("HTTP_DESTINATION"))) if environ.get("CONTENT_LENGTH", "") != "": extra.append("length={}".format(environ.get("CONTENT_LENGTH"))) if "HTTP_DEPTH" in environ: extra.append("depth={}".format(environ.get("HTTP_DEPTH"))) if "HTTP_RANGE" in environ: extra.append("range={}".format(environ.get("HTTP_RANGE"))) if "HTTP_OVERWRITE" in environ: extra.append("overwrite={}".format(environ.get("HTTP_OVERWRITE"))) if self.verbose >= 3 and "HTTP_EXPECT" in environ: extra.append('expect="{}"'.format(environ.get("HTTP_EXPECT"))) if self.verbose >= 4 and "HTTP_CONNECTION" in environ: extra.append( 'connection="{}"'.format(environ.get("HTTP_CONNECTION")) ) if self.verbose >= 4 and "HTTP_USER_AGENT" in environ: extra.append('agent="{}"'.format(environ.get("HTTP_USER_AGENT"))) if self.verbose >= 4 and "HTTP_TRANSFER_ENCODING" in environ: extra.append( "transfer-enc={}".format(environ.get("HTTP_TRANSFER_ENCODING")) ) if self.verbose >= 3: extra.append("elap={:.3f}sec".format(time.time() - start_time)) extra = ", ".join(extra) # This is the CherryPy format: # - - [08/Jul/2009:17:25:23] "GET /loginPrompt?redirect=/renderActionList%3Frelation%3Dpersonal%26key%3D%26filter%3DprivateSchedule&reason=0 HTTP/1.1" 200 1944 "" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.9.1) Gecko/20090624 Firefox/3.5" # noqa '{addr} - {user} - [{time}] "{method} {path}" {extra} -> {status}'.format( addr=environ.get("REMOTE_ADDR", ""), user=userInfo, time=util.get_log_time(), method=environ.get("REQUEST_METHOD"), path=safe_re_encode( environ.get("PATH_INFO", ""), sys.stdout.encoding if sys.stdout.encoding else "utf-8", ), extra=extra, status=status, # response_headers.get(""), # response Content-Length # referer ) ) return start_response(status, response_headers, exc_info) # Call first middleware app_iter = self.application(environ, _start_response_wrapper) try: for v in app_iter: yield v finally: if hasattr(app_iter, "close"): app_iter.close() return