Source code for abilian.core.extensions

# coding=utf-8
Create all standard extensions.


# Note: Because of issues with circular dependencies, Abilian-specific
# extensions are created later.

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, division

from abilian.core.logging import patch_logger
from sqlalchemy.engine import Engine

from flask import current_app
from . import upstream_info
from .login import login_manager

__all__ = ['get_extension', 'db', 'mail', 'login_manager', 'csrf',

# Standard extensions.
import flask_mail

# patch flask.ext.mail.Message.send to always set enveloppe_from default mail
# sender
# FIXME: we'ld rather subclass Message and update all imports
def _message_send(self, connection):
  Sends a single message instance. If TESTING is True the message will
  not actually be sent.

  :param message: a Message instance.
  sender = current_app.config['MAIL_SENDER']
  if not self.extra_headers:
    self.extra_headers = {}
  self.extra_headers['Sender'] = sender
  connection.send(self, sender)
flask_mail.Message.send = _message_send

mail = flask_mail.Mail()

import sqlalchemy as sa
from ..sqlalchemy import SQLAlchemy
db = SQLAlchemy()

@sa.event.listens_for(db.metadata, 'before_create')
@sa.event.listens_for(db.metadata, 'before_drop')
def _filter_metadata_for_connection(target, connection, **kw):
  listener to control what indexes get created.

  Useful for skipping postgres-specific indexes on a sqlite for example.

  It's looking for info entry `engines` on an index
  (`Index(info=dict(engines=['postgresql']))`), an iterable of engine names.
  engine =
  default_engines = (engine,)
  tables = target if isinstance(target, sa.Table) else kw.get('tables', [])
  for table in tables:
    indexes = list(table.indexes)
    for idx in indexes:
      if engine not in'engines', default_engines):

# csrf
from .csrf import wtf_csrf as csrf, abilian_csrf

[docs]def get_extension(name): """Get the named extension from the current app, returning None if not found. """ from flask import current_app return current_app.extensions.get(name)
def _install_get_display_value(cls): _MARK = object() def display_value(self, field_name, value=_MARK): """ Return display value for fields having 'choices' mapping (stored value -> human readable value). For other fields it will simply return field value. `display_value` should be used instead of directly getting field value. If `value` is provided it is "tranlated" to a human-readable value. This is useful for obtaining a human readable label from a raw value """ val = getattr(self, field_name) if value is _MARK else value mapper = sa.orm.object_mapper(self) try: field = getattr(mapper.c, field_name) except AttributeError: pass else: if 'choices' in get = lambda v:['choices'].get(v, v) if isinstance(val, list): val = [get(v) for v in val] else: val = get(val) return val if not hasattr(cls, 'display_value'): cls.display_value = display_value sa.event.listen(db.Model, 'class_instrument', _install_get_display_value) # # Make Sqlite a bit more well-behaved. # @sa.event.listens_for(Engine, "connect") def _set_sqlite_pragma(dbapi_connection, connection_record): from sqlite3 import Connection as SQLite3Connection if isinstance(dbapi_connection, SQLite3Connection): # pragma: no cover cursor = dbapi_connection.cursor() cursor.execute("PRAGMA foreign_keys=ON;") cursor.close()