Source code for flask_restplus.namespace

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals

import inspect
import warnings
from collections import namedtuple

import six
from flask import request
from flask.views import http_method_funcs

from ._http import HTTPStatus
from .errors import abort
from .marshalling import marshal, marshal_with
from .model import Model, OrderedModel, SchemaModel
from .reqparse import RequestParser
from .utils import merge

# Container for each route applied to a Resource using @ns.route decorator
ResourceRoute = namedtuple("ResourceRoute", "resource urls route_doc kwargs")

[docs]class Namespace(object): ''' Group resources together. Namespace is to API what :class:`flask:flask.Blueprint` is for :class:`flask:flask.Flask`. :param str name: The namespace name :param str description: An optionale short description :param str path: An optional prefix path. If not provided, prefix is ``/+name`` :param list decorators: A list of decorators to apply to each resources :param bool validate: Whether or not to perform validation on this namespace :param bool ordered: Whether or not to preserve order on models and marshalling :param Api api: an optional API to attache to the namespace ''' def __init__(self, name, description=None, path=None, decorators=None, validate=None, authorizations=None, ordered=False, **kwargs): = name self.description = description self._path = path self._schema = None self._validate = validate self.models = {} self.urls = {} self.decorators = decorators if decorators else [] self.resources = [] # List[ResourceRoute] self.error_handlers = {} self.default_error_handler = None self.authorizations = authorizations self.ordered = ordered self.apis = [] if 'api' in kwargs: self.apis.append(kwargs['api']) @property def path(self): return (self._path or ('/' +'/')
[docs] def add_resource(self, resource, *urls, **kwargs): ''' Register a Resource for a given API Namespace :param Resource resource: the resource ro register :param str urls: one or more url routes to match for the resource, standard flask routing rules apply. Any url variables will be passed to the resource method as args. :param str endpoint: endpoint name (defaults to :meth:`Resource.__name__.lower` Can be used to reference this route in :class:`fields.Url` fields :param list|tuple resource_class_args: args to be forwarded to the constructor of the resource. :param dict resource_class_kwargs: kwargs to be forwarded to the constructor of the resource. Additional keyword arguments not specified above will be passed as-is to :meth:`flask.Flask.add_url_rule`. Examples:: namespace.add_resource(HelloWorld, '/', '/hello') namespace.add_resource(Foo, '/foo', endpoint="foo") namespace.add_resource(FooSpecial, '/special/foo', endpoint="foo") ''' route_doc = kwargs.pop('route_doc', {}) self.resources.append(ResourceRoute(resource, urls, route_doc, kwargs)) for api in self.apis: ns_urls = api.ns_urls(self, urls) api.register_resource(self, resource, *ns_urls, **kwargs)
[docs] def route(self, *urls, **kwargs): ''' A decorator to route resources. ''' def wrapper(cls): doc = kwargs.pop('doc', None) if doc is not None: # build api doc intended only for this route kwargs['route_doc'] = self._build_doc(cls, doc) self.add_resource(cls, *urls, **kwargs) return cls return wrapper
def _build_doc(self, cls, doc): if doc is False: return False unshortcut_params_description(doc) handle_deprecations(doc) for http_method in http_method_funcs: if http_method in doc: if doc[http_method] is False: continue unshortcut_params_description(doc[http_method]) handle_deprecations(doc[http_method]) if 'expect' in doc[http_method] and not isinstance(doc[http_method]['expect'], (list, tuple)): doc[http_method]['expect'] = [doc[http_method]['expect']] return merge(getattr(cls, '__apidoc__', {}), doc)
[docs] def doc(self, shortcut=None, **kwargs): '''A decorator to add some api documentation to the decorated object''' if isinstance(shortcut, six.text_type): kwargs['id'] = shortcut show = shortcut if isinstance(shortcut, bool) else True def wrapper(documented): documented.__apidoc__ = self._build_doc( documented, kwargs if show else False ) return documented return wrapper
[docs] def hide(self, func): '''A decorator to hide a resource or a method from specifications''' return self.doc(False)(func)
[docs] def abort(self, *args, **kwargs): ''' Properly abort the current request See: :func:`~flask_restplus.errors.abort` ''' abort(*args, **kwargs)
def add_model(self, name, definition): self.models[name] = definition for api in self.apis: api.models[name] = definition return definition
[docs] def model(self, name=None, model=None, mask=None, **kwargs): ''' Register a model .. seealso:: :class:`Model` ''' cls = OrderedModel if self.ordered else Model model = cls(name, model, mask=mask) model.__apidoc__.update(kwargs) return self.add_model(name, model)
[docs] def schema_model(self, name=None, schema=None): ''' Register a model .. seealso:: :class:`Model` ''' model = SchemaModel(name, schema) return self.add_model(name, model)
[docs] def extend(self, name, parent, fields): ''' Extend a model (Duplicate all fields) :deprecated: since 0.9. Use :meth:`clone` instead ''' if isinstance(parent, list): parents = parent + [fields] model = Model.extend(name, *parents) else: model = Model.extend(name, parent, fields) return self.add_model(name, model)
[docs] def clone(self, name, *specs): ''' Clone a model (Duplicate all fields) :param str name: the resulting model name :param specs: a list of models from which to clone the fields .. seealso:: :meth:`Model.clone` ''' model = Model.clone(name, *specs) return self.add_model(name, model)
[docs] def inherit(self, name, *specs): ''' Inherit a modal (use the Swagger composition pattern aka. allOf) .. seealso:: :meth:`Model.inherit` ''' model = Model.inherit(name, *specs) return self.add_model(name, model)
[docs] def expect(self, *inputs, **kwargs): ''' A decorator to Specify the expected input model :param ModelBase|Parse inputs: An expect model or request parser :param bool validate: whether to perform validation or not ''' expect = [] params = { 'validate': kwargs.get('validate', self._validate), 'expect': expect } for param in inputs: expect.append(param) return self.doc(**params)
[docs] def parser(self): '''Instanciate a :class:`~RequestParser`''' return RequestParser()
[docs] def as_list(self, field): '''Allow to specify nested lists for documentation''' field.__apidoc__ = merge(getattr(field, '__apidoc__', {}), {'as_list': True}) return field
[docs] def marshal_with(self, fields, as_list=False, code=HTTPStatus.OK, description=None, **kwargs): ''' A decorator specifying the fields to use for serialization. :param bool as_list: Indicate that the return type is a list (for the documentation) :param int code: Optionally give the expected HTTP response code if its different from 200 ''' def wrapper(func): doc = { 'responses': { code: (description, [fields]) if as_list else (description, fields) }, '__mask__': kwargs.get('mask', True), # Mask values can't be determined outside app context } func.__apidoc__ = merge(getattr(func, '__apidoc__', {}), doc) return marshal_with(fields, ordered=self.ordered, **kwargs)(func) return wrapper
[docs] def marshal_list_with(self, fields, **kwargs): '''A shortcut decorator for :meth:`~Api.marshal_with` with ``as_list=True``''' return self.marshal_with(fields, True, **kwargs)
[docs] def marshal(self, *args, **kwargs): '''A shortcut to the :func:`marshal` helper''' return marshal(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def errorhandler(self, exception): '''A decorator to register an error handler for a given exception''' if inspect.isclass(exception) and issubclass(exception, Exception): # Register an error handler for a given exception def wrapper(func): self.error_handlers[exception] = func return func return wrapper else: # Register the default error handler self.default_error_handler = exception return exception
[docs] def param(self, name, description=None, _in='query', **kwargs): ''' A decorator to specify one of the expected parameters :param str name: the parameter name :param str description: a small description :param str _in: the parameter location `(query|header|formData|body|cookie)` ''' param = kwargs param['in'] = _in param['description'] = description return self.doc(params={name: param})
[docs] def response(self, code, description, model=None, **kwargs): ''' A decorator to specify one of the expected responses :param int code: the HTTP status code :param str description: a small description about the response :param ModelBase model: an optional response model ''' return self.doc(responses={code: (description, model, kwargs)})
[docs] def header(self, name, description=None, **kwargs): ''' A decorator to specify one of the expected headers :param str name: the HTTP header name :param str description: a description about the header ''' header = {'description': description} header.update(kwargs) return self.doc(headers={name: header})
[docs] def produces(self, mimetypes): '''A decorator to specify the MIME types the API can produce''' return self.doc(produces=mimetypes)
[docs] def deprecated(self, func): '''A decorator to mark a resource or a method as deprecated''' return self.doc(deprecated=True)(func)
[docs] def vendor(self, *args, **kwargs): ''' A decorator to expose vendor extensions. Extensions can be submitted as dict or kwargs. The ``x-`` prefix is optionnal and will be added if missing. See: ''' for arg in args: kwargs.update(arg) return self.doc(vendor=kwargs)
@property def payload(self): '''Store the input payload in the current request context''' return request.get_json()
def unshortcut_params_description(data): if 'params' in data: for name, description in six.iteritems(data['params']): if isinstance(description, six.string_types): data['params'][name] = {'description': description} def handle_deprecations(doc): if 'parser' in doc: warnings.warn('The parser attribute is deprecated, use expect instead', DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2) doc['expect'] = doc.get('expect', []) + [doc.pop('parser')] if 'body' in doc: warnings.warn('The body attribute is deprecated, use expect instead', DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2) doc['expect'] = doc.get('expect', []) + [doc.pop('body')]