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#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""Pure-Python application server for testing applications locally.
Given a port and the paths to a valid application directory (with an 'app.yaml'
file), the external library directory, and a relative URL to use for logins,
creates an HTTP server that can be used to test an application locally. Uses
stubs instead of actual APIs when SetupStubs() is called first.
Example:
root_path = '/path/to/application/directory'
login_url = '/login'
port = 8080
server = dev_appserver.CreateServer(root_path, login_url, port)
server.serve_forever()
"""
from __future__ import with_statement
from google.appengine.tools import os_compat
import __builtin__
import BaseHTTPServer
import base64
import binascii
import calendar
import cStringIO
import cgi
import cgitb
import email.Utils
import errno
import hashlib
import heapq
import httplib
import imp
import inspect
import logging
import mimetools
import mimetypes
import os
import select
import shutil
import simplejson
import StringIO
import struct
import tempfile
import wsgiref.headers
import yaml
import re
import sre_compile
import sre_constants
import sre_parse
import socket
import sys
import time
import types
import urlparse
import urllib
import zlib
import google
try:
from google.third_party.apphosting.python.webapp2 import v2_3 as tmp
sys.path.append(os.path.dirname(tmp.__file__))
del tmp
except ImportError:
pass
from google.appengine.api import apiproxy_stub_map
from google.appengine.api import appinfo
from google.appengine.api import appinfo_includes
from google.appengine.api import app_logging
from google.appengine.api import blobstore
from google.appengine.api import croninfo
from google.appengine.api import datastore
from google.appengine.api import datastore_file_stub
from google.appengine.api import lib_config
from google.appengine.api import mail
from google.appengine.api import mail_stub
from google.appengine.api import namespace_manager
from google.appengine.api import request_info
from google.appengine.api import urlfetch_stub
from google.appengine.api import user_service_stub
from google.appengine.api import yaml_errors
from google.appengine.api.app_identity import app_identity_stub
from google.appengine.api.blobstore import blobstore_stub
from google.appengine.api.blobstore import file_blob_storage
from google.appengine.api.capabilities import capability_stub
from google.appengine.api.channel import channel_service_stub
from google.appengine.api.files import file_service_stub
from google.appengine.api.logservice import logservice
from google.appengine.api.logservice import logservice_stub
from google.appengine.api.search import simple_search_stub
from google.appengine.api.taskqueue import taskqueue_stub
from google.appengine.api.prospective_search import prospective_search_stub
from google.appengine.api.remote_socket import _remote_socket_stub
from google.appengine.api.memcache import memcache_stub
from google.appengine.api import rdbms_mysqldb
from google.appengine.api.system import system_stub
from google.appengine.api.xmpp import xmpp_service_stub
from google.appengine.datastore import datastore_sqlite_stub
from google.appengine.datastore import datastore_stub_util
from google.appengine.datastore import datastore_v4_stub
from google.appengine import dist
try:
from google.appengine.runtime import request_environment
from google.appengine.runtime import runtime
except:
request_environment = None
runtime = None
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_apiserver
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_blobimage
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_blobstore
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_channel
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_import_hook
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_login
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_multiprocess as multiprocess
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_oauth
from google.appengine.tools import dev_appserver_upload
from google.storage.speckle.python.api import rdbms
CouldNotFindModuleError = dev_appserver_import_hook.CouldNotFindModuleError
FakeAccess = dev_appserver_import_hook.FakeAccess
FakeFile = dev_appserver_import_hook.FakeFile
FakeReadlink = dev_appserver_import_hook.FakeReadlink
FakeSetLocale = dev_appserver_import_hook.FakeSetLocale
FakeUnlink = dev_appserver_import_hook.FakeUnlink
GetSubmoduleName = dev_appserver_import_hook.GetSubmoduleName
HardenedModulesHook = dev_appserver_import_hook.HardenedModulesHook
SDK_ROOT = dev_appserver_import_hook.SDK_ROOT
PYTHON_LIB_VAR = '$PYTHON_LIB'
DEVEL_CONSOLE_PATH = PYTHON_LIB_VAR + '/google/appengine/ext/admin'
REMOTE_API_PATH = (PYTHON_LIB_VAR +
'/google/appengine/ext/remote_api/handler.py')
FILE_MISSING_EXCEPTIONS = frozenset([errno.ENOENT, errno.ENOTDIR])
MAX_URL_LENGTH = 2047
DEFAULT_ENV = {
'GATEWAY_INTERFACE': 'CGI/1.1',
'AUTH_DOMAIN': 'gmail.com',
'USER_ORGANIZATION': '',
'TZ': 'UTC',
}
DEFAULT_SELECT_DELAY = 30.0
for ext, mime_type in mail.EXTENSION_MIME_MAP.iteritems():
mimetypes.add_type(mime_type, '.' + ext)
MAX_RUNTIME_RESPONSE_SIZE = 32 << 20
MAX_REQUEST_SIZE = 32 * 1024 * 1024
COPY_BLOCK_SIZE = 1 << 20
API_VERSION = '1'
VERSION_FILE = '../../VERSION'
DEVEL_PAYLOAD_HEADER = 'HTTP_X_APPENGINE_DEVELOPMENT_PAYLOAD'
DEVEL_PAYLOAD_RAW_HEADER = 'X-AppEngine-Development-Payload'
DEVEL_FAKE_IS_ADMIN_HEADER = 'HTTP_X_APPENGINE_FAKE_IS_ADMIN'
DEVEL_FAKE_IS_ADMIN_RAW_HEADER = 'X-AppEngine-Fake-Is-Admin'
FILE_STUB_DEPRECATION_MESSAGE = (
"""The datastore file stub is deprecated, and
will stop being the default in a future release.
Append the --use_sqlite flag to use the new SQLite stub.
You can port your existing data using the --port_sqlite_data flag or
purge your previous test data with --clear_datastore.
""")
NON_PUBLIC_CACHE_CONTROLS = frozenset(['private', 'no-cache', 'no-store'])
class Error(Exception):
"""Base-class for exceptions in this module."""
class InvalidAppConfigError(Error):
"""The supplied application configuration file is invalid."""
class AppConfigNotFoundError(Error):
"""Application configuration file not found."""
class CompileError(Error):
"""Application could not be compiled."""
def __init__(self, text):
self.text = text
class ExecuteError(Error):
"""Application could not be executed."""
def __init__(self, text, log):
self.text = text
self.log = log
def MonkeyPatchPdb(pdb):
"""Given a reference to the pdb module, fix its set_trace function.
This will allow the standard trick of setting a breakpoint in your
code by inserting a call to pdb.set_trace() to work properly, as
long as the original stdin and stdout of dev_appserver.py are
connected to a console or shell window.
"""
def NewSetTrace():
"""Replacement for set_trace() that uses the original i/o streams.
This is necessary because by the time the user code that might
invoke pdb.set_trace() runs, the default sys.stdin and sys.stdout
are redirected to the HTTP request and response streams instead,
so that pdb will encounter garbage (or EOF) in its input, and its
output will garble the HTTP response. Fortunately, sys.__stdin__
and sys.__stderr__ retain references to the original streams --
this is a standard Python feature. Also, fortunately, as of
Python 2.5, the Pdb class lets you easily override stdin and
stdout. The original set_trace() function does essentially the
same thing as the code here except it instantiates Pdb() without
arguments.
"""
p = pdb.Pdb(stdin=sys.__stdin__, stdout=sys.__stdout__)
p.set_trace(sys._getframe().f_back)
pdb.set_trace = NewSetTrace
def MonkeyPatchThreadingLocal(_threading_local):
"""Given a reference to the _threading_local module, fix _localbase.__new__.
This ensures that using dev_appserver with a Python interpreter older than
2.7 will include the fix to the _threading_local._localbase.__new__ method
which was introduced in Python 2.7 (http://bugs.python.org/issue1522237).
"""
@staticmethod
def New(cls, *args, **kw):
self = object.__new__(cls)
key = '_local__key', 'thread.local.' + str(id(self))
object.__setattr__(self, '_local__key', key)
object.__setattr__(self, '_local__args', (args, kw))
object.__setattr__(self, '_local__lock', _threading_local.RLock())
if (args or kw) and (cls.__init__ is object.__init__):
raise TypeError('Initialization arguments are not supported')
dict = object.__getattribute__(self, '__dict__')
_threading_local.current_thread().__dict__[key] = dict
return self
_threading_local._localbase.__new__ = New
def SplitURL(relative_url):
"""Splits a relative URL into its path and query-string components.
Args:
relative_url: String containing the relative URL (often starting with '/')
to split. Should be properly escaped as www-form-urlencoded data.
Returns:
Tuple (script_name, query_string) where:
script_name: Relative URL of the script that was accessed.
query_string: String containing everything after the '?' character.
"""
(unused_scheme, unused_netloc, path, query,
unused_fragment) = urlparse.urlsplit(relative_url)
return path, query
def GetFullURL(server_name, server_port, relative_url):
"""Returns the full, original URL used to access the relative URL.
Args:
server_name: Name of the local host, or the value of the 'host' header
from the request.
server_port: Port on which the request was served (string or int).
relative_url: Relative URL that was accessed, including query string.
Returns:
String containing the original URL.
"""
if str(server_port) != '80':
netloc = '%s:%s' % (server_name, server_port)
else:
netloc = server_name
return 'http://%s%s' % (netloc, relative_url)
def CopyStreamPart(source, destination, content_size):
"""Copy a portion of a stream from one file-like object to another.
Args:
source: Source stream to copy from.
destination: Destination stream to copy to.
content_size: Maximum bytes to copy.
Returns:
Number of bytes actually copied.
"""
bytes_copied = 0
bytes_left = content_size
while bytes_left > 0:
bytes = source.read(min(bytes_left, COPY_BLOCK_SIZE))
bytes_read = len(bytes)
if bytes_read == 0:
break
destination.write(bytes)
bytes_copied += bytes_read
bytes_left -= bytes_read
return bytes_copied
def AppIdWithDefaultPartition(app_id, default_partition):
"""Add a partition to an application id if necessary."""
if not default_partition:
return app_id
if '~' in app_id:
return app_id
return default_partition + '~' + app_id
class AppServerRequest(object):
"""Encapsulates app-server request.
Object used to hold a full appserver request. Used as a container that is
passed through the request forward chain and ultimately sent to the
URLDispatcher instances.
Attributes:
relative_url: String containing the URL accessed.
path: Local path of the resource that was matched; back-references will be
replaced by values matched in the relative_url. Path may be relative
or absolute, depending on the resource being served (e.g., static files
will have an absolute path; scripts will be relative).
headers: Instance of mimetools.Message with headers from the request.
infile: File-like object with input data from the request.
force_admin: Allow request admin-only URLs to proceed regardless of whether
user is logged in or is an admin.
"""
ATTRIBUTES = ['relative_url',
'path',
'headers',
'infile',
'force_admin',
]
def __init__(self,
relative_url,
path,
headers,
infile,
force_admin=False):
"""Constructor.
Args:
relative_url: Mapped directly to attribute.
path: Mapped directly to attribute.
headers: Mapped directly to attribute.
infile: Mapped directly to attribute.
force_admin: Mapped directly to attribute.
"""
self.relative_url = relative_url
self.path = path
self.headers = headers
self.infile = infile
self.force_admin = force_admin
if (DEVEL_PAYLOAD_RAW_HEADER in self.headers or
DEVEL_FAKE_IS_ADMIN_RAW_HEADER in self.headers):
self.force_admin = True
def __eq__(self, other):
"""Used mainly for testing.
Returns:
True if all fields of both requests are equal, else False.
"""
if type(self) == type(other):
for attribute in self.ATTRIBUTES:
if getattr(self, attribute) != getattr(other, attribute):
return False
return True
def __repr__(self):
"""String representation of request.
Used mainly for testing.
Returns:
String representation of AppServerRequest. Strings of different
request objects that have the same values for all fields compare
as equal.
"""
results = []
for attribute in self.ATTRIBUTES:
results.append('%s: %s' % (attribute, getattr(self, attribute)))
return '<AppServerRequest %s>' % ' '.join(results)
class URLDispatcher(object):
"""Base-class for handling HTTP requests."""
def Dispatch(self,
request,
outfile,
base_env_dict=None):
"""Dispatch and handle an HTTP request.
base_env_dict should contain at least these CGI variables:
REQUEST_METHOD, REMOTE_ADDR, SERVER_SOFTWARE, SERVER_NAME,
SERVER_PROTOCOL, SERVER_PORT
Args:
request: AppServerRequest instance.
outfile: File-like object where output data should be written.
base_env_dict: Dictionary of CGI environment parameters if available.
Defaults to None.
Returns:
None if request handling is complete.
A new AppServerRequest instance if internal redirect is required.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
def EndRedirect(self, dispatched_output, original_output):
"""Process the end of an internal redirect.
This method is called after all subsequent dispatch requests have finished.
By default the output from the dispatched process is copied to the original.
This will not be called on dispatchers that do not return an internal
redirect.
Args:
dispatched_output: StringIO buffer containing the results from the
dispatched
original_output: The original output file.
Returns:
None if request handling is complete.
A new AppServerRequest instance if internal redirect is required.
"""
original_output.write(dispatched_output.read())
class URLMatcher(object):
"""Matches an arbitrary URL using a list of URL patterns from an application.
Each URL pattern has an associated URLDispatcher instance and path to the
resource's location on disk. See AddURL for more details. The first pattern
that matches an inputted URL will have its associated values returned by
Match().
"""
def __init__(self):
"""Initializer."""
self._url_patterns = []
def AddURL(self, regex, dispatcher, path, requires_login, admin_only,
auth_fail_action):
"""Adds a URL pattern to the list of patterns.
If the supplied regex starts with a '^' or ends with a '$' an
InvalidAppConfigError exception will be raised. Start and end symbols
and implicitly added to all regexes, meaning we assume that all regexes
consume all input from a URL.
Args:
regex: String containing the regular expression pattern.
dispatcher: Instance of URLDispatcher that should handle requests that
match this regex.
path: Path on disk for the resource. May contain back-references like
r'\1', r'\2', etc, which will be replaced by the corresponding groups
matched by the regex if present.
requires_login: True if the user must be logged-in before accessing this
URL; False if anyone can access this URL.
admin_only: True if the user must be a logged-in administrator to
access the URL; False if anyone can access the URL.
auth_fail_action: either appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_REDIRECT (default)
which indicates that the server should redirect to the login page when
an authentication is needed, or appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_UNAUTHORIZED
which indicates that the server should just return a 401 Unauthorized
message immediately.
Raises:
TypeError: if dispatcher is not a URLDispatcher sub-class instance.
InvalidAppConfigError: if regex isn't valid.
"""
if not isinstance(dispatcher, URLDispatcher):
raise TypeError('dispatcher must be a URLDispatcher sub-class')
if regex.startswith('^') or regex.endswith('$'):
raise InvalidAppConfigError('regex starts with "^" or ends with "$"')
adjusted_regex = '^%s$' % regex
try:
url_re = re.compile(adjusted_regex)
except re.error, e:
raise InvalidAppConfigError('regex invalid: %s' % e)
match_tuple = (url_re, dispatcher, path, requires_login, admin_only,
auth_fail_action)
self._url_patterns.append(match_tuple)
def Match(self,
relative_url,
split_url=SplitURL):
"""Matches a URL from a request against the list of URL patterns.
The supplied relative_url may include the query string (i.e., the '?'
character and everything following).
Args:
relative_url: Relative URL being accessed in a request.
split_url: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Tuple (dispatcher, matched_path, requires_login, admin_only,
auth_fail_action), which are the corresponding values passed to
AddURL when the matching URL pattern was added to this matcher.
The matched_path will have back-references replaced using values
matched by the URL pattern. If no match was found, dispatcher will
be None.
"""
adjusted_url, unused_query_string = split_url(relative_url)
for url_tuple in self._url_patterns:
url_re, dispatcher, path, requires_login, admin_only, auth_fail_action = url_tuple
the_match = url_re.match(adjusted_url)
if the_match:
adjusted_path = the_match.expand(path)
return (dispatcher, adjusted_path, requires_login, admin_only,
auth_fail_action)
return None, None, None, None, None
def GetDispatchers(self):
"""Retrieves the URLDispatcher objects that could be matched.
Should only be used in tests.
Returns:
A set of URLDispatcher objects.
"""
return set([url_tuple[1] for url_tuple in self._url_patterns])
class MatcherDispatcher(URLDispatcher):
"""Dispatcher across multiple URLMatcher instances."""
def __init__(self,
config,
login_url,
module_manager,
url_matchers,
get_user_info=dev_appserver_login.GetUserInfo,
login_redirect=dev_appserver_login.LoginRedirect):
"""Initializer.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
login_url: Relative URL which should be used for handling user logins.
module_manager: ModuleManager instance that is used to detect and reload
modules if the matched Dispatcher is dynamic.
url_matchers: Sequence of URLMatcher objects.
get_user_info: Used for dependency injection.
login_redirect: Used for dependency injection.
"""
self._config = config
self._login_url = login_url
self._module_manager = module_manager
self._url_matchers = tuple(url_matchers)
self._get_user_info = get_user_info
self._login_redirect = login_redirect
def Dispatch(self,
request,
outfile,
base_env_dict=None):
"""Dispatches a request to the first matching dispatcher.
Matchers are checked in the order they were supplied to the constructor.
If no matcher matches, a 404 error will be written to the outfile. The
path variable supplied to this method is ignored.
The value of request.path is ignored.
"""
cookies = ', '.join(request.headers.getheaders('cookie'))
email_addr, admin, user_id = self._get_user_info(cookies)
for matcher in self._url_matchers:
dispatcher, matched_path, requires_login, admin_only, auth_fail_action = matcher.Match(request.relative_url)
if dispatcher is None:
continue
logging.debug('Matched "%s" to %s with path %s',
request.relative_url, dispatcher, matched_path)
if ((requires_login or admin_only) and
not email_addr and
not request.force_admin):
logging.debug('Login required, redirecting user')
if auth_fail_action == appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_REDIRECT:
self._login_redirect(self._login_url,
base_env_dict['SERVER_NAME'],
base_env_dict['SERVER_PORT'],
request.relative_url,
outfile)
elif auth_fail_action == appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_UNAUTHORIZED:
outfile.write('Status: %d Not authorized\r\n'
'\r\n'
'Login required to view page.'
% (httplib.UNAUTHORIZED))
elif admin_only and not admin and not request.force_admin:
outfile.write('Status: %d Not authorized\r\n'
'\r\n'
'Current logged in user %s is not '
'authorized to view this page.'
% (httplib.FORBIDDEN, email_addr))
else:
request.path = matched_path
if (not isinstance(dispatcher, FileDispatcher) and
self._module_manager.AreModuleFilesModified()):
self._module_manager.ResetModules()
forward_request = dispatcher.Dispatch(request,
outfile,
base_env_dict=base_env_dict)
while forward_request:
logging.info('Internal redirection to %s',
forward_request.relative_url)
new_outfile = cStringIO.StringIO()
self.Dispatch(forward_request,
new_outfile,
dict(base_env_dict))
new_outfile.seek(0)
forward_request = dispatcher.EndRedirect(new_outfile, outfile)
return
outfile.write('Status: %d URL did not match\r\n'
'\r\n'
'Not found error: %s did not match any patterns '
'in application configuration.'
% (httplib.NOT_FOUND, request.relative_url))
_IGNORE_REQUEST_HEADERS = frozenset([
'accept-encoding',
'connection',
'keep-alive',
'proxy-authorization',
'te',
'trailer',
'transfer-encoding',
'content-type',
'content-length',
])
_request_id = 0
_request_time = 0
def _generate_request_id_hash():
"""Generates a hash of the current request id."""
return hashlib.sha1(str(_request_id)).hexdigest()[:8].upper()
def _GenerateRequestLogId():
"""Generates the request log id for the current request."""
sec = int(_request_time)
usec = int(1000000 * (_request_time - sec))
h = hashlib.sha1(str(_request_id)).digest()[:4]
packed = struct.Struct('> L L').pack(sec, usec)
return binascii.b2a_hex(packed + h)
def GetGoogleSqlOAuth2RefreshToken(oauth_file_path):
"""Reads the user's Google Cloud SQL OAuth2.0 token from disk."""
if not os.path.exists(oauth_file_path):
return None
try:
with open(oauth_file_path) as oauth_file:
token = simplejson.load(oauth_file)
return token['refresh_token']
except (IOError, KeyError, simplejson.decoder.JSONDecodeError):
logging.exception(
'Could not read OAuth2.0 token from %s', oauth_file_path)
return None
def SetupEnvironment(cgi_path,
relative_url,
headers,
infile,
split_url=SplitURL,
get_user_info=dev_appserver_login.GetUserInfo):
"""Sets up environment variables for a CGI.
Args:
cgi_path: Full file-system path to the CGI being executed.
relative_url: Relative URL used to access the CGI.
headers: Instance of mimetools.Message containing request headers.
infile: File-like object with input data from the request.
split_url, get_user_info: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Dictionary containing CGI environment variables.
"""
env = DEFAULT_ENV.copy()
script_name, query_string = split_url(relative_url)
env['_AH_ENCODED_SCRIPT_NAME'] = script_name
env['SCRIPT_NAME'] = ''
env['QUERY_STRING'] = query_string
env['PATH_INFO'] = urllib.unquote(script_name)
env['PATH_TRANSLATED'] = cgi_path
env['CONTENT_TYPE'] = headers.getheader('content-type',
'application/x-www-form-urlencoded')
env['CONTENT_LENGTH'] = headers.getheader('content-length', '')
cookies = ', '.join(headers.getheaders('cookie'))
email_addr, admin, user_id = get_user_info(cookies)
env['USER_EMAIL'] = email_addr
env['USER_ID'] = user_id
if admin:
env['USER_IS_ADMIN'] = '1'
if env['AUTH_DOMAIN'] == '*':
auth_domain = 'gmail.com'
parts = email_addr.split('@')
if len(parts) == 2 and parts[1]:
auth_domain = parts[1]
env['AUTH_DOMAIN'] = auth_domain
env['REQUEST_LOG_ID'] = _GenerateRequestLogId()
env['REQUEST_ID_HASH'] = _generate_request_id_hash()
for key in headers:
if key in _IGNORE_REQUEST_HEADERS:
continue
adjusted_name = key.replace('-', '_').upper()
env['HTTP_' + adjusted_name] = ', '.join(headers.getheaders(key))
if DEVEL_PAYLOAD_HEADER in env:
del env[DEVEL_PAYLOAD_HEADER]
new_data = base64.standard_b64decode(infile.getvalue())
infile.seek(0)
infile.truncate()
infile.write(new_data)
infile.seek(0)
env['CONTENT_LENGTH'] = str(len(new_data))
if DEVEL_FAKE_IS_ADMIN_HEADER in env:
del env[DEVEL_FAKE_IS_ADMIN_HEADER]
token = GetGoogleSqlOAuth2RefreshToken(os.path.expanduser(
rdbms.OAUTH_CREDENTIALS_PATH))
if token:
env['GOOGLE_SQL_OAUTH2_REFRESH_TOKEN'] = token
return env
def NotImplementedFake(*args, **kwargs):
"""Fake for methods/functions that are not implemented in the production
environment.
"""
raise NotImplementedError('This class/method is not available.')
class NotImplementedFakeClass(object):
"""Fake class for classes that are not implemented in the production env.
"""
__init__ = NotImplementedFake
def IsEncodingsModule(module_name):
"""Determines if the supplied module is related to encodings in any way.
Encodings-related modules cannot be reloaded, so they need to be treated
specially when sys.modules is modified in any way.
Args:
module_name: Absolute name of the module regardless of how it is imported
into the local namespace (e.g., foo.bar.baz).
Returns:
True if it's an encodings-related module; False otherwise.
"""
if (module_name in ('codecs', 'encodings') or
module_name.startswith('encodings.')):
return True
return False
def ClearAllButEncodingsModules(module_dict):
"""Clear all modules in a module dictionary except for those modules that
are in any way related to encodings.
Args:
module_dict: Dictionary in the form used by sys.modules.
"""
for module_name in module_dict.keys():
if not IsEncodingsModule(module_name) and module_name != 'sys':
del module_dict[module_name]
def ConnectAndDisconnectChildModules(old_module_dict, new_module_dict):
"""Prepares for switching from old_module_dict to new_module_dict.
Disconnects child modules going away from parents that remain, and reconnects
child modules that are being added back in to old parents. This is needed to
satisfy code that follows the getattr() descendant chain rather than looking
up the desired module directly in the module dict.
Args:
old_module_dict: The module dict being replaced, looks like sys.modules.
new_module_dict: The module dict takings its place, looks like sys.modules.
"""
old_keys = set(old_module_dict.keys())
new_keys = set(new_module_dict.keys())
for deleted_module_name in old_keys - new_keys:
if old_module_dict[deleted_module_name] is None:
continue
segments = deleted_module_name.rsplit('.', 1)
if len(segments) == 2:
parent_module = new_module_dict.get(segments[0])
if parent_module and hasattr(parent_module, segments[1]):
delattr(parent_module, segments[1])
for added_module_name in new_keys - old_keys:
if new_module_dict[added_module_name] is None:
continue
segments = added_module_name.rsplit('.', 1)
if len(segments) == 2:
parent_module = old_module_dict.get(segments[0])
child_module = new_module_dict[added_module_name]
if (parent_module and
getattr(parent_module, segments[1], None) is not child_module):
setattr(parent_module, segments[1], child_module)
SHARED_MODULE_PREFIXES = set([
'google',
'logging',
'sys',
'warnings',
're',
'sre_compile',
'sre_constants',
'sre_parse',
'email',
'wsgiref',
'MySQLdb',
'decimal',
])
NOT_SHARED_MODULE_PREFIXES = set([
'google.appengine.ext',
])
def ModuleNameHasPrefix(module_name, prefix_set):
"""Determines if a module's name belongs to a set of prefix strings.
Args:
module_name: String containing the fully qualified module name.
prefix_set: Iterable set of module name prefixes to check against.
Returns:
True if the module_name belongs to the prefix set or is a submodule of
any of the modules specified in the prefix_set. Otherwise False.
"""
for prefix in prefix_set:
if prefix == module_name:
return True
if module_name.startswith(prefix + '.'):
return True
return False
def SetupSharedModules(module_dict):
"""Creates a module dictionary for the hardened part of the process.
Module dictionary will contain modules that should be shared between the
hardened and unhardened parts of the process.
Args:
module_dict: Module dictionary from which existing modules should be
pulled (usually sys.modules).
Returns:
A new module dictionary.
"""
output_dict = {}
for module_name, module in module_dict.iteritems():
if module is None:
continue
if IsEncodingsModule(module_name):
output_dict[module_name] = module
continue
shared_prefix = ModuleNameHasPrefix(module_name, SHARED_MODULE_PREFIXES)
banned_prefix = ModuleNameHasPrefix(module_name, NOT_SHARED_MODULE_PREFIXES)
if shared_prefix and not banned_prefix:
output_dict[module_name] = module
return output_dict
def ModuleHasValidMainFunction(module):
"""Determines if a module has a main function that takes no arguments.
This includes functions that have arguments with defaults that are all
assigned, thus requiring no additional arguments in order to be called.
Args:
module: A types.ModuleType instance.
Returns:
True if the module has a valid, reusable main function; False otherwise.
"""
if hasattr(module, 'main') and type(module.main) is types.FunctionType:
arg_names, var_args, var_kwargs, default_values = inspect.getargspec(
module.main)
if len(arg_names) == 0:
return True
if default_values is not None and len(arg_names) == len(default_values):
return True
return False
def CheckScriptExists(cgi_path, handler_path):
"""Check that the given handler_path is a file that exists on disk.
Args:
cgi_path: Absolute path to the CGI script file on disk.
handler_path: CGI path stored in the application configuration (as a path
like 'foo/bar/baz.py'). May contain $PYTHON_LIB references.
Raises:
CouldNotFindModuleError: if the given handler_path is a file and doesn't
have the expected extension.
"""
if handler_path.startswith(PYTHON_LIB_VAR + '/'):
return
if (not os.path.isdir(cgi_path) and
not os.path.isfile(cgi_path) and
os.path.isfile(cgi_path + '.py')):
raise CouldNotFindModuleError(
'Perhaps you meant to have the line "script: %s.py" in your app.yaml' %
handler_path)
def GetScriptModuleName(handler_path):
"""Determines the fully-qualified Python module name of a script on disk.
Args:
handler_path: CGI path stored in the application configuration (as a path
like 'foo/bar/baz.py'). May contain $PYTHON_LIB references.
Returns:
String containing the corresponding module name (e.g., 'foo.bar.baz').
"""
if handler_path.startswith(PYTHON_LIB_VAR + '/'):
handler_path = handler_path[len(PYTHON_LIB_VAR):]
handler_path = os.path.normpath(handler_path)
extension_index = handler_path.rfind('.py')
if extension_index != -1:
handler_path = handler_path[:extension_index]
module_fullname = handler_path.replace(os.sep, '.')
module_fullname = module_fullname.strip('.')
module_fullname = re.sub('\.+', '.', module_fullname)
if module_fullname.endswith('.__init__'):
module_fullname = module_fullname[:-len('.__init__')]
return module_fullname
def FindMissingInitFiles(cgi_path, module_fullname, isfile=os.path.isfile):
"""Determines which __init__.py files are missing from a module's parent
packages.
Args:
cgi_path: Absolute path of the CGI module file on disk.
module_fullname: Fully qualified Python module name used to import the
cgi_path module.
isfile: Used for testing.
Returns:
List containing the paths to the missing __init__.py files.
"""
missing_init_files = []
if cgi_path.endswith('.py'):
module_base = os.path.dirname(cgi_path)
else:
module_base = cgi_path
depth_count = module_fullname.count('.')
if cgi_path.endswith('__init__.py') or not cgi_path.endswith('.py'):
depth_count += 1
for index in xrange(depth_count):
current_init_file = os.path.abspath(
os.path.join(module_base, '__init__.py'))
if not isfile(current_init_file):
missing_init_files.append(current_init_file)
module_base = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(module_base, os.pardir))
return missing_init_files
def LoadTargetModule(handler_path,
cgi_path,
import_hook,
module_dict=sys.modules):
"""Loads a target CGI script by importing it as a Python module.
If the module for the target CGI script has already been loaded before,
the new module will be loaded in its place using the same module object,
possibly overwriting existing module attributes.
Args:
handler_path: CGI path stored in the application configuration (as a path
like 'foo/bar/baz.py'). Should not have $PYTHON_LIB references.
cgi_path: Absolute path to the CGI script file on disk.
import_hook: Instance of HardenedModulesHook to use for module loading.
module_dict: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Tuple (module_fullname, script_module, module_code) where:
module_fullname: Fully qualified module name used to import the script.
script_module: The ModuleType object corresponding to the module_fullname.
If the module has not already been loaded, this will be an empty
shell of a module.
module_code: Code object (returned by compile built-in) corresponding
to the cgi_path to run. If the script_module was previously loaded
and has a main() function that can be reused, this will be None.
Raises:
CouldNotFindModuleError if the given handler_path is a file and doesn't have
the expected extension.
"""
CheckScriptExists(cgi_path, handler_path)
module_fullname = GetScriptModuleName(handler_path)
script_module = module_dict.get(module_fullname)
module_code = None
if script_module is not None and ModuleHasValidMainFunction(script_module):
logging.debug('Reusing main() function of module "%s"', module_fullname)
else:
if script_module is None:
script_module = imp.new_module(module_fullname)
script_module.__loader__ = import_hook
try:
module_code = import_hook.get_code(module_fullname)
full_path, search_path, submodule = (
import_hook.GetModuleInfo(module_fullname))
script_module.__file__ = full_path
if search_path is not None:
script_module.__path__ = search_path
except UnicodeDecodeError, e:
error = ('%s please see http://www.python.org/peps'
'/pep-0263.html for details (%s)' % (e, handler_path))
raise SyntaxError(error)
except:
exc_type, exc_value, exc_tb = sys.exc_info()
import_error_message = str(exc_type)
if exc_value:
import_error_message += ': ' + str(exc_value)
logging.exception('Encountered error loading module "%s": %s',
module_fullname, import_error_message)
missing_inits = FindMissingInitFiles(cgi_path, module_fullname)
if missing_inits:
logging.warning('Missing package initialization files: %s',
', '.join(missing_inits))
else:
logging.error('Parent package initialization files are present, '
'but must be broken')
independent_load_successful = True
if not os.path.isfile(cgi_path):
independent_load_successful = False
else:
try:
source_file = open(cgi_path)
try:
module_code = compile(source_file.read(), cgi_path, 'exec')
script_module.__file__ = cgi_path
finally:
source_file.close()
except OSError:
independent_load_successful = False
if not independent_load_successful:
raise exc_type, exc_value, exc_tb
module_dict[module_fullname] = script_module
return module_fullname, script_module, module_code
def _WriteErrorToOutput(status, message, outfile):
"""Writes an error status response to the response outfile.
Args:
status: The status to return, e.g. '411 Length Required'.
message: A human-readable error message.
outfile: Response outfile.
"""
logging.error(message)
outfile.write('Status: %s\r\n\r\n%s' % (status, message))
def GetRequestSize(request, env_dict, outfile):
"""Gets the size (content length) of the given request.
On error, this method writes an error message to the response outfile and
returns None. Errors include the request missing a required header and the
request being too large.
Args:
request: AppServerRequest instance.
env_dict: Environment dictionary. May be None.
outfile: Response outfile.
Returns:
The calculated request size, or None on error.
"""
if 'content-length' in request.headers:
request_size = int(request.headers['content-length'])
elif env_dict and env_dict.get('REQUEST_METHOD', '') == 'POST':
_WriteErrorToOutput('%d Length required' % httplib.LENGTH_REQUIRED,
'POST requests require a Content-length header.',
outfile)
return None
else:
request_size = 0
if request_size <= MAX_REQUEST_SIZE:
return request_size
else:
msg = ('HTTP request was too large: %d. The limit is: %d.'
% (request_size, MAX_REQUEST_SIZE))
_WriteErrorToOutput(
'%d Request entity too large' % httplib.REQUEST_ENTITY_TOO_LARGE,
msg, outfile)
return None
def ExecuteOrImportScript(config, handler_path, cgi_path, import_hook):
"""Executes a CGI script by importing it as a new module.
This possibly reuses the module's main() function if it is defined and
takes no arguments.
Basic technique lifted from PEP 338 and Python2.5's runpy module. See:
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0338/
See the section entitled "Import Statements and the Main Module" to understand
why a module named '__main__' cannot do relative imports. To get around this,
the requested module's path could be added to sys.path on each request.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
handler_path: CGI path stored in the application configuration (as a path
like 'foo/bar/baz.py'). Should not have $PYTHON_LIB references.
cgi_path: Absolute path to the CGI script file on disk.
import_hook: Instance of HardenedModulesHook to use for module loading.
Returns:
True if the response code had an error status (e.g., 404), or False if it
did not.
Raises:
Any kind of exception that could have been raised when loading the target
module, running a target script, or executing the application code itself.
"""
module_fullname, script_module, module_code = LoadTargetModule(
handler_path, cgi_path, import_hook)
script_module.__name__ = '__main__'
sys.modules['__main__'] = script_module
try:
import pdb
MonkeyPatchPdb(pdb)
if module_code:
exec module_code in script_module.__dict__
else:
script_module.main()
sys.stdout.flush()
sys.stdout.seek(0)
try:
headers = mimetools.Message(sys.stdout)
finally:
sys.stdout.seek(0, 2)
status_header = headers.get('status')
error_response = False
if status_header:
try:
status_code = int(status_header.split(' ', 1)[0])
error_response = status_code >= 400
except ValueError:
error_response = True
if not error_response:
try:
parent_package = import_hook.GetParentPackage(module_fullname)
except Exception:
parent_package = None
if parent_package is not None:
submodule = GetSubmoduleName(module_fullname)
setattr(parent_package, submodule, script_module)
return error_response
finally:
script_module.__name__ = module_fullname
def ExecutePy27Handler(config, handler_path, cgi_path, import_hook):
"""Equivalent to ExecuteOrImportScript for Python 2.7 runtime.
This dispatches to google.appengine.runtime.runtime,
which in turn will dispatch to either the cgi or the wsgi module in
the same package, depending on the form of handler_path.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
handler_path: handler ("script") from the application configuration;
either a script reference like foo/bar.py, or an object reference
like foo.bar.app.
cgi_path: Absolute path to the CGI script file on disk;
typically the app dir joined with handler_path.
import_hook: Instance of HardenedModulesHook to use for module loading.
Returns:
True if the response code had an error status (e.g., 404), or False if it
did not.
Raises:
Any kind of exception that could have been raised when loading the target
module, running a target script, or executing the application code itself.
"""
if request_environment is None or runtime is None:
raise RuntimeError('Python 2.5 is too old to emulate the Python 2.7 runtime.'
' Please use Python 2.6 or Python 2.7.')
import os
save_environ = os.environ
save_getenv = os.getenv
env = dict(save_environ)
if env.get('_AH_THREADSAFE'):
env['wsgi.multithread'] = True
url = 'http://%s%s' % (env.get('HTTP_HOST', 'localhost:8080'),
env.get('_AH_ENCODED_SCRIPT_NAME', '/'))
qs = env.get('QUERY_STRING')
if qs:
url += '?' + qs
post_data = sys.stdin.read()
if 'CONTENT_TYPE' in env:
if post_data:
env['HTTP_CONTENT_TYPE'] = env['CONTENT_TYPE']
del env['CONTENT_TYPE']
if 'CONTENT_LENGTH' in env:
if env['CONTENT_LENGTH']:
env['HTTP_CONTENT_LENGTH'] = env['CONTENT_LENGTH']
del env['CONTENT_LENGTH']
if cgi_path.endswith(handler_path):
application_root = cgi_path[:-len(handler_path)]
if application_root.endswith('/') and application_root != '/':
application_root = application_root[:-1]
else:
application_root = ''
try:
import pdb
MonkeyPatchPdb(pdb)
import _threading_local
MonkeyPatchThreadingLocal(_threading_local)
os.environ = request_environment.RequestLocalEnviron(
request_environment.current_request)
os.getenv = os.environ.get
response = runtime.HandleRequest(env, handler_path, url,
post_data, application_root, SDK_ROOT,
import_hook)
finally:
os.environ = save_environ
os.getenv = save_getenv
error = response.get('error')
if error:
status = 500
else:
status = 200
status = response.get('response_code', status)
sys.stdout.write('Status: %s\r\n' % status)
for key, value in response.get('headers', ()):
key = '-'.join(key.split())
value = value.replace('\r', ' ').replace('\n', ' ')
sys.stdout.write('%s: %s\r\n' % (key, value))
sys.stdout.write('\r\n')
body = response.get('body')
if body:
sys.stdout.write(body)
logs = response.get('logs')
if logs:
for timestamp_usec, severity, message in logs:
logging.log(severity*10 + 10, '@%s: %s',
time.ctime(timestamp_usec*1e-6), message)
return error
class LoggingStream(object):
"""A stream that writes logs at level error."""
def write(self, message):
logging.getLogger()._log(logging.ERROR, message, ())
def writelines(self, lines):
for line in lines:
logging.getLogger()._log(logging.ERROR, line, ())
def __getattr__(self, key):
return getattr(sys.__stderr__, key)
def ExecuteCGI(config,
root_path,
handler_path,
cgi_path,
env,
infile,
outfile,
module_dict,
exec_script=ExecuteOrImportScript,
exec_py27_handler=ExecutePy27Handler):
"""Executes Python file in this process as if it were a CGI.
Does not return an HTTP response line. CGIs should output headers followed by
the body content.
The modules in sys.modules should be the same before and after the CGI is
executed, with the specific exception of encodings-related modules, which
cannot be reloaded and thus must always stay in sys.modules.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
root_path: Path to the root of the application.
handler_path: CGI path stored in the application configuration (as a path
like 'foo/bar/baz.py'). May contain $PYTHON_LIB references.
cgi_path: Absolute path to the CGI script file on disk.
env: Dictionary of environment variables to use for the execution.
infile: File-like object to read HTTP request input data from.
outfile: FIle-like object to write HTTP response data to.
module_dict: Dictionary in which application-loaded modules should be
preserved between requests. This removes the need to reload modules that
are reused between requests, significantly increasing load performance.
This dictionary must be separate from the sys.modules dictionary.
exec_script: Used for dependency injection.
exec_py27_handler: Used for dependency injection.
"""
old_module_dict = sys.modules.copy()
old_builtin = __builtin__.__dict__.copy()
old_argv = sys.argv
old_stdin = sys.stdin
old_stdout = sys.stdout
old_stderr = sys.stderr
old_env = os.environ.copy()
old_cwd = os.getcwd()
old_file_type = types.FileType
reset_modules = False
app_log_handler = None
try:
ConnectAndDisconnectChildModules(sys.modules, module_dict)
ClearAllButEncodingsModules(sys.modules)
sys.modules.update(module_dict)
sys.argv = [cgi_path]
sys.stdin = cStringIO.StringIO(infile.getvalue())
sys.stdout = outfile
sys.stderr = LoggingStream()
logservice._global_buffer = logservice.LogsBuffer()
app_log_handler = app_logging.AppLogsHandler()
logging.getLogger().addHandler(app_log_handler)
os.environ.clear()
os.environ.update(env)
cgi_dir = os.path.normpath(os.path.dirname(cgi_path))
root_path = os.path.normpath(os.path.abspath(root_path))
if (cgi_dir.startswith(root_path + os.sep) and
not (config and config.runtime == 'python27')):
os.chdir(cgi_dir)
else:
os.chdir(root_path)
dist.fix_paths(root_path, SDK_ROOT)
hook = HardenedModulesHook(config, sys.modules, root_path)
sys.meta_path = [finder for finder in sys.meta_path
if not isinstance(finder, HardenedModulesHook)]
sys.meta_path.insert(0, hook)
if hasattr(sys, 'path_importer_cache'):
sys.path_importer_cache.clear()
__builtin__.file = FakeFile
__builtin__.open = FakeFile
types.FileType = FakeFile
if not (config and config.runtime == 'python27'):
__builtin__.buffer = NotImplementedFakeClass
sys.modules['__builtin__'] = __builtin__
logging.debug('Executing CGI with env:\n%s', repr(env))
try:
if handler_path and config and config.runtime == 'python27':
reset_modules = exec_py27_handler(config, handler_path, cgi_path, hook)
else:
reset_modules = exec_script(config, handler_path, cgi_path, hook)
except SystemExit, e:
logging.debug('CGI exited with status: %s', e)
except:
reset_modules = True
raise
finally:
sys.path_importer_cache.clear()
_ClearTemplateCache(sys.modules)
module_dict.update(sys.modules)
ConnectAndDisconnectChildModules(sys.modules, old_module_dict)
ClearAllButEncodingsModules(sys.modules)
sys.modules.update(old_module_dict)
__builtin__.__dict__.update(old_builtin)
sys.argv = old_argv
sys.stdin = old_stdin
sys.stdout = old_stdout
sys.stderr = old_stderr
logging.getLogger().removeHandler(app_log_handler)
os.environ.clear()
os.environ.update(old_env)
os.chdir(old_cwd)
types.FileType = old_file_type
class CGIDispatcher(URLDispatcher):
"""Dispatcher that executes Python CGI scripts."""
def __init__(self,
config,
module_dict,
root_path,
path_adjuster,
setup_env=SetupEnvironment,
exec_cgi=ExecuteCGI):
"""Initializer.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
module_dict: Dictionary in which application-loaded modules should be
preserved between requests. This dictionary must be separate from the
sys.modules dictionary.
path_adjuster: Instance of PathAdjuster to use for finding absolute
paths of CGI files on disk.
setup_env, exec_cgi: Used for dependency injection.
"""
self._config = config
self._module_dict = module_dict
self._root_path = root_path
self._path_adjuster = path_adjuster
self._setup_env = setup_env
self._exec_cgi = exec_cgi
def Dispatch(self,
request,
outfile,
base_env_dict=None):
"""Dispatches the Python CGI."""
request_size = GetRequestSize(request, base_env_dict, outfile)
if request_size is None:
return
memory_file = cStringIO.StringIO()
CopyStreamPart(request.infile, memory_file, request_size)
memory_file.seek(0)
before_level = logging.root.level
try:
env = {}
if self._config.env_variables:
env.update(self._config.env_variables)
if base_env_dict:
env.update(base_env_dict)
cgi_path = self._path_adjuster.AdjustPath(request.path)
env.update(self._setup_env(cgi_path,
request.relative_url,
request.headers,
memory_file))
self._exec_cgi(self._config,
self._root_path,
request.path,
cgi_path,
env,
memory_file,
outfile,
self._module_dict)
finally:
logging.root.level = before_level
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string representation of this dispatcher."""
return 'CGI dispatcher'
class LocalCGIDispatcher(CGIDispatcher):
"""Dispatcher that executes local functions like they're CGIs.
The contents of sys.modules will be preserved for local CGIs running this
dispatcher, but module hardening will still occur for any new imports. Thus,
be sure that any local CGIs have loaded all of their dependent modules
_before_ they are executed.
"""
def __init__(self, config, module_dict, path_adjuster, cgi_func):
"""Initializer.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
module_dict: Passed to CGIDispatcher.
path_adjuster: Passed to CGIDispatcher.
cgi_func: Callable function taking no parameters that should be
executed in a CGI environment in the current process.
"""
self._cgi_func = cgi_func
def curried_exec_script(*args, **kwargs):
cgi_func()
return False
def curried_exec_cgi(*args, **kwargs):
kwargs['exec_script'] = curried_exec_script
return ExecuteCGI(*args, **kwargs)
CGIDispatcher.__init__(self,
config,
module_dict,
'',
path_adjuster,
exec_cgi=curried_exec_cgi)
def Dispatch(self, *args, **kwargs):
"""Preserves sys.modules for CGIDispatcher.Dispatch."""
self._module_dict.update(sys.modules)
CGIDispatcher.Dispatch(self, *args, **kwargs)
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string representation of this dispatcher."""
return 'Local CGI dispatcher for %s' % self._cgi_func
class PathAdjuster(object):
"""Adjusts application file paths to paths relative to the application or
external library directories."""
def __init__(self, root_path):
"""Initializer.
Args:
root_path: Path to the root of the application running on the server.
"""
self._root_path = os.path.abspath(root_path)
def AdjustPath(self, path):
"""Adjusts application file paths to relative to the application.
More precisely this method adjusts application file path to paths
relative to the application or external library directories.
Handler paths that start with $PYTHON_LIB will be converted to paths
relative to the google directory.
Args:
path: File path that should be adjusted.
Returns:
The adjusted path.
"""
if path.startswith(PYTHON_LIB_VAR):
path = os.path.join(SDK_ROOT, path[len(PYTHON_LIB_VAR) + 1:])
else:
path = os.path.join(self._root_path, path)
return path
class StaticFileConfigMatcher(object):
"""Keeps track of file/directory specific application configuration.
Specifically:
- Computes mime type based on URLMap and file extension.
- Decides on cache expiration time based on URLMap and default expiration.
- Decides what HTTP headers to add to responses.
To determine the mime type, we first see if there is any mime-type property
on each URLMap entry. If non is specified, we use the mimetypes module to
guess the mime type from the file path extension, and use
application/octet-stream if we can't find the mimetype.
"""
def __init__(self,
url_map_list,
default_expiration):
"""Initializer.
Args:
url_map_list: List of appinfo.URLMap objects.
If empty or None, then we always use the mime type chosen by the
mimetypes module.
default_expiration: String describing default expiration time for browser
based caching of static files. If set to None this disallows any
browser caching of static content.
"""
if default_expiration is not None:
self._default_expiration = appinfo.ParseExpiration(default_expiration)
else:
self._default_expiration = None
self._patterns = []
for url_map in url_map_list or []:
handler_type = url_map.GetHandlerType()
if handler_type not in (appinfo.STATIC_FILES, appinfo.STATIC_DIR):
continue
path_re = _StaticFilePathRe(url_map)
try:
self._patterns.append((re.compile(path_re), url_map))
except re.error, e:
raise InvalidAppConfigError('regex %s does not compile: %s' %
(path_re, e))
_DUMMY_URLMAP = appinfo.URLMap()
def _FirstMatch(self, path):
"""Returns the first appinfo.URLMap that matches path, or a dummy instance.
A dummy instance is returned when no appinfo.URLMap matches path (see the
URLMap.static_file_path_re property). When a dummy instance is returned, it
is always the same one. The dummy instance is constructed simply by doing
the following:
appinfo.URLMap()
Args:
path: A string containing the file's path relative to the app.
Returns:
The first appinfo.URLMap (in the list that was passed to the constructor)
that matches path. Matching depends on whether URLMap is a static_dir
handler or a static_files handler. In either case, matching is done
according to the URLMap.static_file_path_re property.
"""
for path_re, url_map in self._patterns:
if path_re.match(path):
return url_map
return StaticFileConfigMatcher._DUMMY_URLMAP
def IsStaticFile(self, path):
"""Tests if the given path points to a "static" file.
Args:
path: A string containing the file's path relative to the app.
Returns:
Boolean, True if the file was configured to be static.
"""
return self._FirstMatch(path) is not self._DUMMY_URLMAP
def GetMimeType(self, path):
"""Returns the mime type that we should use when serving the specified file.
Args:
path: A string containing the file's path relative to the app.
Returns:
String containing the mime type to use. Will be 'application/octet-stream'
if we have no idea what it should be.
"""
url_map = self._FirstMatch(path)
if url_map.mime_type is not None:
return url_map.mime_type
unused_filename, extension = os.path.splitext(path)
return mimetypes.types_map.get(extension, 'application/octet-stream')
def GetExpiration(self, path):
"""Returns the cache expiration duration to be users for the given file.
Args:
path: A string containing the file's path relative to the app.
Returns:
Integer number of seconds to be used for browser cache expiration time.
"""
if self._default_expiration is None:
return 0
url_map = self._FirstMatch(path)
if url_map.expiration is None:
return self._default_expiration
return appinfo.ParseExpiration(url_map.expiration)
def GetHttpHeaders(self, path):
"""Returns http_headers of the matching appinfo.URLMap, or an empty one.
Args:
path: A string containing the file's path relative to the app.
Returns:
A user-specified HTTP headers to be used in static content response. These
headers are contained in an appinfo.HttpHeadersDict, which maps header
names to values (both strings).
"""
return self._FirstMatch(path).http_headers or appinfo.HttpHeadersDict()
def ReadDataFile(data_path, openfile=file):
"""Reads a file on disk, returning a corresponding HTTP status and data.
Args:
data_path: Path to the file on disk to read.
openfile: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Tuple (status, data) where status is an HTTP response code, and data is
the data read; will be an empty string if an error occurred or the
file was empty.
"""
status = httplib.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR
data = ""
try:
data_file = openfile(data_path, 'rb')
try:
data = data_file.read()
finally:
data_file.close()
status = httplib.OK
except (OSError, IOError), e:
logging.error('Error encountered reading file "%s":\n%s', data_path, e)
if e.errno in FILE_MISSING_EXCEPTIONS:
status = httplib.NOT_FOUND
else:
status = httplib.FORBIDDEN
return status, data
class FileDispatcher(URLDispatcher):
"""Dispatcher that reads data files from disk."""
def __init__(self,
config,
path_adjuster,
static_file_config_matcher,
read_data_file=ReadDataFile):
"""Initializer.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
path_adjuster: Instance of PathAdjuster to use for finding absolute
paths of data files on disk.
static_file_config_matcher: StaticFileConfigMatcher object.
read_data_file: Used for dependency injection.
"""
self._config = config
self._path_adjuster = path_adjuster
self._static_file_config_matcher = static_file_config_matcher
self._read_data_file = read_data_file
def Dispatch(self, request, outfile, base_env_dict=None):
"""Reads the file and returns the response status and data."""
full_path = self._path_adjuster.AdjustPath(request.path)
status, data = self._read_data_file(full_path)
content_type = self._static_file_config_matcher.GetMimeType(request.path)
static_file = self._static_file_config_matcher.IsStaticFile(request.path)
expiration = self._static_file_config_matcher.GetExpiration(request.path)
current_etag = self.CreateEtag(data)
if_match_etag = request.headers.get('if-match', None)
if_none_match_etag = request.headers.get('if-none-match', '').split(',')
http_headers = self._static_file_config_matcher.GetHttpHeaders(request.path)
def WriteHeader(name, value):
if http_headers.Get(name) is None:
outfile.write('%s: %s\r\n' % (name, value))
if if_match_etag and not self._CheckETagMatches(if_match_etag.split(','),
current_etag,
False):
outfile.write('Status: %s\r\n' % httplib.PRECONDITION_FAILED)
WriteHeader('ETag', current_etag)
outfile.write('\r\n')
elif self._CheckETagMatches(if_none_match_etag, current_etag, True):
outfile.write('Status: %s\r\n' % httplib.NOT_MODIFIED)
WriteHeader('ETag', current_etag)
outfile.write('\r\n')
else:
outfile.write('Status: %d\r\n' % status)
WriteHeader('Content-Type', content_type)
if expiration:
fmt = email.Utils.formatdate
WriteHeader('Expires', fmt(time.time() + expiration, usegmt=True))
WriteHeader('Cache-Control', 'public, max-age=%i' % expiration)
if static_file:
WriteHeader('ETag', '"%s"' % current_etag)
for header in http_headers.iteritems():
outfile.write('%s: %s\r\n' % header)
outfile.write('\r\n')
outfile.write(data)
def __str__(self):
"""Returns a string representation of this dispatcher."""
return 'File dispatcher'
@staticmethod
def CreateEtag(data):
"""Returns string of hash of file content, unique per URL."""
data_crc = zlib.crc32(data)
return base64.b64encode(str(data_crc))
@staticmethod
def _CheckETagMatches(supplied_etags, current_etag, allow_weak_match):
"""Checks if there is an entity tag match.
Args:
supplied_etags: list of input etags
current_etag: the calculated etag for the entity
allow_weak_match: Allow for weak tag comparison.
Returns:
True if there is a match, False otherwise.
"""
for tag in supplied_etags:
if allow_weak_match and tag.startswith('W/'):
tag = tag[2:]
tag_data = tag.strip('"')
if tag_data == '*' or tag_data == current_etag:
return True
return False
_IGNORE_RESPONSE_HEADERS = frozenset([
'connection',
'content-encoding',
'date',
'keep-alive',
'proxy-authenticate',
'server',
'trailer',
'transfer-encoding',
'upgrade',
blobstore.BLOB_KEY_HEADER
])
class AppServerResponse(object):
"""Development appserver response object.
Object used to hold the full appserver response. Used as a container
that is passed through the request rewrite chain and ultimately sent
to the web client.
Attributes:
status_code: Integer HTTP response status (e.g., 200, 302, 404, 500)
status_message: String containing an informational message about the
response code, possibly derived from the 'status' header, if supplied.
headers: mimetools.Message containing the HTTP headers of the response.
body: File-like object containing the body of the response.
large_response: Indicates that response is permitted to be larger than
MAX_RUNTIME_RESPONSE_SIZE.
"""
__slots__ = ['status_code',
'status_message',
'headers',
'body',
'large_response']
def __init__(self, response_file=None, **kwds):
"""Initializer.
Args:
response_file: A file-like object that contains the full response
generated by the user application request handler. If present
the headers and body are set from this value, although the values
may be further overridden by the keyword parameters.
kwds: All keywords are mapped to attributes of AppServerResponse.
"""
self.status_code = 200
self.status_message = 'Good to go'
self.large_response = False
if response_file:
self.SetResponse(response_file)
else:
self.headers = mimetools.Message(cStringIO.StringIO())
self.body = None
for name, value in kwds.iteritems():
setattr(self, name, value)
def SetResponse(self, response_file):
"""Sets headers and body from the response file.
Args:
response_file: File like object to set body and headers from.
"""
self.headers = mimetools.Message(response_file)
self.body = response_file
@property
def header_data(self):
"""Get header data as a string.
Returns:
String representation of header with line breaks cleaned up.
"""
header_list = []
for header in self.headers.headers:
header = header.rstrip('\n\r')
header_list.append(header)
if not self.headers.getheader('Content-Type'):
header_list.append('Content-Type: text/html')
return '\r\n'.join(header_list) + '\r\n'
def IgnoreHeadersRewriter(response):
"""Ignore specific response headers.
Certain response headers cannot be modified by an Application. For a
complete list of these headers please see:
https://developers.google.com/appengine/docs/python/tools/webapp/responseclass#Disallowed_HTTP_Response_Headers
This rewriter simply removes those headers.
"""
for h in _IGNORE_RESPONSE_HEADERS:
if h in response.headers:
del response.headers[h]
def ValidHeadersRewriter(response):
"""Remove invalid response headers.
Response headers must be printable ascii characters. This is enforced in
production by http_proto.cc IsValidHeader.
This rewriter will remove headers that contain non ascii characters.
"""
for (key, value) in response.headers.items():
try:
key.decode('ascii')
value.decode('ascii')
except UnicodeDecodeError:
del response.headers[key]
def ParseStatusRewriter(response):
"""Parse status header, if it exists.
Handles the server-side 'status' header, which instructs the server to change
the HTTP response code accordingly. Handles the 'location' header, which
issues an HTTP 302 redirect to the client. Also corrects the 'content-length'
header to reflect actual content length in case extra information has been
appended to the response body.
If the 'status' header supplied by the client is invalid, this method will
set the response to a 500 with an error message as content.
"""
location_value = response.headers.getheader('location')
status_value = response.headers.getheader('status')
if status_value:
response_status = status_value
del response.headers['status']
elif location_value:
response_status = '%d Redirecting' % httplib.FOUND
else:
return response
status_parts = response_status.split(' ', 1)
response.status_code, response.status_message = (status_parts + [''])[:2]
try:
response.status_code = int(response.status_code)
except ValueError:
response.status_code = 500
response.body = cStringIO.StringIO(
'Error: Invalid "status" header value returned.')
def GetAllHeaders(message, name):
"""Get all headers of a given name in a message.
Args:
message: A mimetools.Message object.
name: The name of the header.
Yields:
A sequence of values of all headers with the given name.
"""
for header_line in message.getallmatchingheaders(name):
yield header_line.split(':', 1)[1].strip()
def CacheRewriter(response):
"""Update the cache header."""
if response.status_code == httplib.NOT_MODIFIED:
return
if not 'Cache-Control' in response.headers:
response.headers['Cache-Control'] = 'no-cache'
if not 'Expires' in response.headers:
response.headers['Expires'] = 'Fri, 01 Jan 1990 00:00:00 GMT'
if 'Set-Cookie' in response.headers:
current_date = time.time()
expires = response.headers.get('Expires')
reset_expires = True
if expires:
expires_time = email.Utils.parsedate(expires)
if expires_time:
reset_expires = calendar.timegm(expires_time) >= current_date
if reset_expires:
response.headers['Expires'] = time.strftime('%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S GMT',
time.gmtime(current_date))
cache_directives = []
for header in GetAllHeaders(response.headers, 'Cache-Control'):
cache_directives.extend(v.strip() for v in header.split(','))
cache_directives = [d for d in cache_directives if d != 'public']
if not NON_PUBLIC_CACHE_CONTROLS.intersection(cache_directives):
cache_directives.append('private')
response.headers['Cache-Control'] = ', '.join(cache_directives)
def _RemainingDataSize(input_buffer):
"""Computes how much data is remaining in the buffer.
It leaves the buffer in its initial state.
Args:
input_buffer: a file-like object with seek and tell methods.
Returns:
integer representing how much data is remaining in the buffer.
"""
current_position = input_buffer.tell()
input_buffer.seek(0, 2)
remaining_data_size = input_buffer.tell() - current_position
input_buffer.seek(current_position)
return remaining_data_size
def ContentLengthRewriter(response, request_headers, env_dict):
"""Rewrite the Content-Length header.
Even though Content-Length is not a user modifiable header, App Engine
sends a correct Content-Length to the user based on the actual response.
"""
if env_dict and env_dict.get('REQUEST_METHOD', '') == 'HEAD':
return
if response.status_code != httplib.NOT_MODIFIED:
response.headers['Content-Length'] = str(_RemainingDataSize(response.body))
elif 'Content-Length' in response.headers:
del response.headers['Content-Length']
def CreateResponseRewritersChain():
"""Create the default response rewriter chain.
A response rewriter is the a function that gets a final chance to change part
of the dev_appservers response. A rewriter is not like a dispatcher in that
it is called after every request has been handled by the dispatchers
regardless of which dispatcher was used.
The order in which rewriters are registered will be the order in which they
are used to rewrite the response. Modifications from earlier rewriters
are used as input to later rewriters.
A response rewriter is a function that can rewrite the request in any way.
Thefunction can returned modified values or the original values it was
passed.
A rewriter function has the following parameters and return values:
Args:
status_code: Status code of response from dev_appserver or previous
rewriter.
status_message: Text corresponding to status code.
headers: mimetools.Message instance with parsed headers. NOTE: These
headers can contain its own 'status' field, but the default
dev_appserver implementation will remove this. Future rewriters
should avoid re-introducing the status field and return new codes
instead.
body: File object containing the body of the response. This position of
this file may not be at the start of the file. Any content before the
files position is considered not to be part of the final body.
Returns:
An AppServerResponse instance.
Returns:
List of response rewriters.
"""
rewriters = [ParseStatusRewriter,
dev_appserver_blobstore.DownloadRewriter,
IgnoreHeadersRewriter,
ValidHeadersRewriter,
CacheRewriter,
ContentLengthRewriter,
]
return rewriters
def RewriteResponse(response_file,
response_rewriters=None,
request_headers=None,
env_dict=None):
"""Allows final rewrite of dev_appserver response.
This function receives the unparsed HTTP response from the application
or internal handler, parses out the basic structure and feeds that structure
in to a chain of response rewriters.
It also makes sure the final HTTP headers are properly terminated.
For more about response rewriters, please see documentation for
CreateResponeRewritersChain.
Args:
response_file: File-like object containing the full HTTP response including
the response code, all headers, and the request body.
response_rewriters: A list of response rewriters. If none is provided it
will create a new chain using CreateResponseRewritersChain.
request_headers: Original request headers.
env_dict: Environment dictionary.
Returns:
An AppServerResponse instance configured with the rewritten response.
"""
if response_rewriters is None:
response_rewriters = CreateResponseRewritersChain()
response = AppServerResponse(response_file)
for response_rewriter in response_rewriters:
if response_rewriter.func_code.co_argcount == 1:
response_rewriter(response)
elif response_rewriter.func_code.co_argcount == 2:
response_rewriter(response, request_headers)
else:
response_rewriter(response, request_headers, env_dict)
return response
class ModuleManager(object):
"""Manages loaded modules in the runtime.
Responsible for monitoring and reporting about file modification times.
Modules can be loaded from source or precompiled byte-code files. When a
file has source code, the ModuleManager monitors the modification time of
the source file even if the module itself is loaded from byte-code.
"""
def __init__(self, modules):
"""Initializer.
Args:
modules: Dictionary containing monitored modules.
"""
self._modules = modules
self._default_modules = self._modules.copy()
self._save_path_hooks = sys.path_hooks[:]
self._modification_times = {}
self._dirty = True
@staticmethod
def GetModuleFile(module, is_file=os.path.isfile):
"""Helper method to try to determine modules source file.
Args:
module: Module object to get file for.
is_file: Function used to determine if a given path is a file.
Returns:
Path of the module's corresponding Python source file if it exists, or
just the module's compiled Python file. If the module has an invalid
__file__ attribute, None will be returned.
"""
module_file = getattr(module, '__file__', None)
if module_file is None:
return None
source_file = module_file[:module_file.rfind('py') + 2]
if is_file(source_file):
return source_file
return module.__file__
def AreModuleFilesModified(self):
"""Determines if any monitored files have been modified.
Returns:
True if one or more files have been modified, False otherwise.
"""
self._dirty = True
for name, (mtime, fname) in self._modification_times.iteritems():
if name not in self._modules:
continue
module = self._modules[name]
try:
if mtime != os.path.getmtime(fname):
self._dirty = True
return True
except OSError, e:
if e.errno in FILE_MISSING_EXCEPTIONS:
self._dirty = True
return True
raise e
return False
def UpdateModuleFileModificationTimes(self):
"""Records the current modification times of all monitored modules."""
if not self._dirty:
return
self._modification_times.clear()
for name, module in self._modules.items():
if not isinstance(module, types.ModuleType):
continue
module_file = self.GetModuleFile(module)
if not module_file:
continue
try:
self._modification_times[name] = (os.path.getmtime(module_file),
module_file)
except OSError, e:
if e.errno not in FILE_MISSING_EXCEPTIONS:
raise e
self._dirty = False
def ResetModules(self):
"""Clear modules so that when request is run they are reloaded."""
lib_config._default_registry.reset()
self._modules.clear()
self._modules.update(self._default_modules)
sys.path_hooks[:] = self._save_path_hooks
sys.meta_path = []
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetPreCallHooks().Clear()
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetPostCallHooks().Clear()
def GetVersionObject(isfile=os.path.isfile, open_fn=open):
"""Gets the version of the SDK by parsing the VERSION file.
Args:
isfile: used for testing.
open_fn: Used for testing.
Returns:
A Yaml object or None if the VERSION file does not exist.
"""
version_filename = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(google.appengine.__file__),
VERSION_FILE)
if not isfile(version_filename):
logging.error('Could not find version file at %s', version_filename)
return None
version_fh = open_fn(version_filename, 'r')
try:
version = yaml.safe_load(version_fh)
finally:
version_fh.close()
return version
def _ClearTemplateCache(module_dict=sys.modules):
"""Clear template cache in webapp.template module.
Attempts to load template module. Ignores failure. If module loads, the
template cache is cleared.
Args:
module_dict: Used for dependency injection.
"""
template_module = module_dict.get('google.appengine.ext.webapp.template')
if template_module is not None:
template_module.template_cache.clear()
def CreateRequestHandler(root_path,
login_url,
static_caching=True,
default_partition=None,
interactive_console=True):
"""Creates a new BaseHTTPRequestHandler sub-class.
This class will be used with the Python BaseHTTPServer module's HTTP server.
Python's built-in HTTP server does not support passing context information
along to instances of its request handlers. This function gets around that
by creating a sub-class of the handler in a closure that has access to
this context information.
Args:
root_path: Path to the root of the application running on the server.
login_url: Relative URL which should be used for handling user logins.
static_caching: True if browser caching of static files should be allowed.
default_partition: Default partition to use in the application id.
interactive_console: Whether to add the interactive console.
Returns:
Sub-class of BaseHTTPRequestHandler.
"""
application_module_dict = SetupSharedModules(sys.modules)
application_config_cache = AppConfigCache()
class DevAppServerRequestHandler(BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler):
"""Dispatches URLs using patterns from a URLMatcher.
The URLMatcher is created by loading an application's configuration file.
Executes CGI scripts in the local process so the scripts can use mock
versions of APIs.
HTTP requests that correctly specify a user info cookie
(dev_appserver_login.COOKIE_NAME) will have the 'USER_EMAIL' environment
variable set accordingly. If the user is also an admin, the
'USER_IS_ADMIN' variable will exist and be set to '1'. If the user is not
logged in, 'USER_EMAIL' will be set to the empty string.
On each request, raises an InvalidAppConfigError exception if the
application configuration file in the directory specified by the root_path
argument is invalid.
"""
server_version = 'Development/1.0'
module_dict = application_module_dict
module_manager = ModuleManager(application_module_dict)
config_cache = application_config_cache
rewriter_chain = CreateResponseRewritersChain()
channel_poll_path_re = re.compile(
dev_appserver_channel.CHANNEL_POLL_PATTERN)
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
"""Initializer.
Args:
args: Positional arguments passed to the superclass constructor.
kwargs: Keyword arguments passed to the superclass constructor.
"""
self._log_record_writer = apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetStub('logservice')
BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
def version_string(self):
"""Returns server's version string used for Server HTTP header."""
return self.server_version
def do_GET(self):
"""Handle GET requests."""
if self._HasNoBody('GET'):
self._HandleRequest()
def do_POST(self):
"""Handles POST requests."""
self._HandleRequest()
def do_PUT(self):
"""Handle PUT requests."""
self._HandleRequest()
def do_HEAD(self):
"""Handle HEAD requests."""
if self._HasNoBody('HEAD'):
self._HandleRequest()
def do_OPTIONS(self):
"""Handles OPTIONS requests."""
self._HandleRequest()
def do_DELETE(self):
"""Handle DELETE requests."""
self._HandleRequest()
def do_TRACE(self):
"""Handles TRACE requests."""
if self._HasNoBody('TRACE'):
self._HandleRequest()
def _HasNoBody(self, method):
"""Check for request body in HTTP methods where no body is permitted.
If a request body is present a 400 (Invalid request) response is sent.
Args:
method: The request method.
Returns:
True if no request body is present, False otherwise.
"""
content_length = int(self.headers.get('content-length', 0))
if content_length:
body = self.rfile.read(content_length)
logging.warning('Request body in %s is not permitted: %s', method, body)
self.send_response(httplib.BAD_REQUEST)
return False
return True
def _Dispatch(self, dispatcher, socket_infile, outfile, env_dict):
"""Copy request data from socket and dispatch.
Args:
dispatcher: Dispatcher to handle request (MatcherDispatcher).
socket_infile: Original request file stream.
outfile: Output file to write response to.
env_dict: Environment dictionary.
"""
request_descriptor, request_file_name = tempfile.mkstemp('.tmp',
'request.')
try:
request_file = open(request_file_name, 'wb')
try:
CopyStreamPart(self.rfile,
request_file,
int(self.headers.get('content-length', 0)))
finally:
request_file.close()
request_file = open(request_file_name, 'rb')
try:
app_server_request = AppServerRequest(self.path,
None,
self.headers,
request_file)
dispatcher.Dispatch(app_server_request,
outfile,
base_env_dict=env_dict)
finally:
request_file.close()
finally:
try:
os.close(request_descriptor)
try:
os.remove(request_file_name)
except OSError, err:
if getattr(err, 'winerror', 0) == os_compat.ERROR_SHARING_VIOLATION:
logging.warning('Failed removing %s', request_file_name)
else:
raise
except OSError, err:
if err.errno != errno.ENOENT:
raise
def _HandleRequest(self):
"""Handles any type of request and prints exceptions if they occur."""
host_name = self.headers.get('host') or self.server.server_name
server_name = host_name.split(':', 1)[0]
env_dict = {
'REQUEST_METHOD': self.command,
'REMOTE_ADDR': self.client_address[0],
'SERVER_SOFTWARE': self.server_version,
'SERVER_NAME': server_name,
'SERVER_PROTOCOL': self.protocol_version,
'SERVER_PORT': str(self.server.server_port),
}
full_url = GetFullURL(server_name, self.server.server_port, self.path)
if len(full_url) > MAX_URL_LENGTH:
msg = 'Requested URI too long: %s' % full_url
logging.error(msg)
self.send_response(httplib.REQUEST_URI_TOO_LONG, msg)
return
tbhandler = cgitb.Hook(file=self.wfile).handle
try:
config, explicit_matcher, from_cache = LoadAppConfig(
root_path, self.module_dict, cache=self.config_cache,
static_caching=static_caching, default_partition=default_partition)
if not from_cache:
self.module_manager.ResetModules()
implicit_matcher = CreateImplicitMatcher(config,
self.module_dict,
root_path,
login_url)
if self.path.startswith('/_ah/admin'):
if any((handler.url == '/_ah/datastore_admin.*'
for handler in config.handlers)):
self.headers['X-AppEngine-Datastore-Admin-Enabled'] = 'True'
self.headers['X-AppEngine-Interactive-Console-Enabled'] = str(
interactive_console)
if config.api_version != API_VERSION:
logging.error(
"API versions cannot be switched dynamically: %r != %r",
config.api_version, API_VERSION)
sys.exit(1)
(exclude, service_match) = ReservedPathFilter(
config.inbound_services).ExcludePath(self.path)
if exclude:
logging.warning(
'Request to %s excluded because %s is not enabled '
'in inbound_services in app.yaml' % (self.path, service_match))
self.send_response(httplib.NOT_FOUND)
return
if config.runtime == 'go':
from google.appengine.ext import go
go.APP_CONFIG = config
version = GetVersionObject()
env_dict['SDK_VERSION'] = version['release']
env_dict['CURRENT_VERSION_ID'] = config.version + ".1"
env_dict['APPLICATION_ID'] = config.application
env_dict['DEFAULT_VERSION_HOSTNAME'] = self.server.frontend_hostport
env_dict['APPENGINE_RUNTIME'] = config.runtime
if config.runtime == 'python27' and config.threadsafe:
env_dict['_AH_THREADSAFE'] = '1'
global _request_time
global _request_id
_request_time = time.time()
_request_id += 1
request_id_hash = _generate_request_id_hash()
env_dict['REQUEST_ID_HASH'] = request_id_hash
os.environ['REQUEST_ID_HASH'] = request_id_hash
multiprocess.GlobalProcess().UpdateEnv(env_dict)
cookies = ', '.join(self.headers.getheaders('cookie'))
email_addr, admin, user_id = dev_appserver_login.GetUserInfo(cookies)
self._log_record_writer.start_request(
request_id=None,
user_request_id=_GenerateRequestLogId(),
ip=env_dict['REMOTE_ADDR'],
app_id=env_dict['APPLICATION_ID'],
version_id=env_dict['CURRENT_VERSION_ID'],
nickname=email_addr.split('@')[0],
user_agent=self.headers.get('user-agent', ''),
host=host_name,
method=self.command,
resource=self.path,
http_version=self.request_version)
dispatcher = MatcherDispatcher(config, login_url, self.module_manager,
[implicit_matcher, explicit_matcher])
if multiprocess.GlobalProcess().HandleRequest(self):
return
outfile = cStringIO.StringIO()
try:
self._Dispatch(dispatcher, self.rfile, outfile, env_dict)
finally:
self.module_manager.UpdateModuleFileModificationTimes()
outfile.flush()
outfile.seek(0)
response = RewriteResponse(outfile, self.rewriter_chain, self.headers,
env_dict)
runtime_response_size = _RemainingDataSize(response.body)
if self.command == 'HEAD' and runtime_response_size > 0:
logging.warning('Dropping unexpected body in response to HEAD '
'request')
response.body = cStringIO.StringIO('')
elif (not response.large_response and
runtime_response_size > MAX_RUNTIME_RESPONSE_SIZE):
logging.error('Response too large: %d, max is %d',
runtime_response_size, MAX_RUNTIME_RESPONSE_SIZE)
response.status_code = 500
response.status_message = 'Forbidden'
new_response = ('HTTP response was too large: %d. '
'The limit is: %d.'
% (runtime_response_size,
MAX_RUNTIME_RESPONSE_SIZE))
response.headers['Content-Length'] = str(len(new_response))
response.body = cStringIO.StringIO(new_response)
multiprocess.GlobalProcess().RequestComplete(self, response)
except yaml_errors.EventListenerError, e:
title = 'Fatal error when loading application configuration'
msg = '%s:\n%s' % (title, str(e))
logging.error(msg)
self.send_response(httplib.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR, title)
self.wfile.write('Content-Type: text/html\r\n\r\n')
self.wfile.write('<pre>%s</pre>' % cgi.escape(msg))
except KeyboardInterrupt, e:
logging.info('Server interrupted by user, terminating')
self.server.stop_serving_forever()
except CompileError, e:
msg = 'Compile error:\n' + e.text + '\n'
logging.error(msg)
self.send_response(httplib.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR, 'Compile error')
self.wfile.write('Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8\r\n\r\n')
self.wfile.write(msg)
except ExecuteError, e:
logging.error(e.text)
self.send_response(httplib.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR, 'Execute error')
self.wfile.write('Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8\r\n\r\n')
self.wfile.write('<title>App failure</title>\n')
self.wfile.write(e.text + '\n<pre>\n')
for l in e.log:
self.wfile.write(cgi.escape(l))
self.wfile.write('</pre>\n')
except:
msg = 'Exception encountered handling request'
logging.exception(msg)
self.send_response(httplib.INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR, msg)
tbhandler()
else:
try:
self.send_response(response.status_code, response.status_message)
self.wfile.write(response.header_data)
self.wfile.write('\r\n')
shutil.copyfileobj(response.body, self.wfile, COPY_BLOCK_SIZE)
except (IOError, OSError), e:
if e.errno not in [errno.EPIPE, os_compat.WSAECONNABORTED]:
raise e
except socket.error, e:
if len(e.args) >= 1 and e.args[0] != errno.EPIPE:
raise e
def log_error(self, format, *args):
"""Redirect error messages through the logging module."""
logging.error(format, *args)
def log_message(self, format, *args):
"""Redirect log messages through the logging module."""
if hasattr(self, 'path') and self.channel_poll_path_re.match(self.path):
logging.debug(format, *args)
else:
logging.info(format, *args)
def log_request(self, code='-', size='-'):
"""Indicate that this request has completed."""
BaseHTTPServer.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.log_request(self, code, size)
if code == '-':
code = 0
if size == '-':
size = 0
logservice.logs_buffer().flush()
self._log_record_writer.end_request(None, code, size)
return DevAppServerRequestHandler
def ReadAppConfig(appinfo_path, parse_app_config=appinfo_includes.Parse):
"""Reads app.yaml file and returns its app id and list of URLMap instances.
Args:
appinfo_path: String containing the path to the app.yaml file.
parse_app_config: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
AppInfoExternal instance.
Raises:
If the config file could not be read or the config does not contain any
URLMap instances, this function will raise an InvalidAppConfigError
exception.
"""
try:
appinfo_file = file(appinfo_path, 'r')
except IOError, unused_e:
raise InvalidAppConfigError(
'Application configuration could not be read from "%s"' % appinfo_path)
try:
return parse_app_config(appinfo_file)
finally:
appinfo_file.close()
def _StaticFilePathRe(url_map):
"""Returns a regular expression string that matches static file paths.
Args:
url_map: A fully initialized static_files or static_dir appinfo.URLMap
instance.
Returns:
The regular expression matches paths, relative to the application's root
directory, of files that this static handler serves. re.compile should
accept the returned string.
Raises:
AssertionError: The url_map argument was not an URLMap for a static handler.
"""
handler_type = url_map.GetHandlerType()
if handler_type == 'static_files':
return url_map.upload + '$'
elif handler_type == 'static_dir':
path = url_map.static_dir.rstrip(os.path.sep)
return path + re.escape(os.path.sep) + r'(.*)'
assert False, 'This property only applies to static handlers.'
def CreateURLMatcherFromMaps(config,
root_path,
url_map_list,
module_dict,
default_expiration,
create_url_matcher=URLMatcher,
create_cgi_dispatcher=CGIDispatcher,
create_file_dispatcher=FileDispatcher,
create_path_adjuster=PathAdjuster,
normpath=os.path.normpath):
"""Creates a URLMatcher instance from URLMap.
Creates all of the correct URLDispatcher instances to handle the various
content types in the application configuration.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
root_path: Path to the root of the application running on the server.
url_map_list: List of appinfo.URLMap objects to initialize this
matcher with. Can be an empty list if you would like to add patterns
manually or use config.handlers as a default.
module_dict: Dictionary in which application-loaded modules should be
preserved between requests. This dictionary must be separate from the
sys.modules dictionary.
default_expiration: String describing default expiration time for browser
based caching of static files. If set to None this disallows any
browser caching of static content.
create_url_matcher: Used for dependency injection.
create_cgi_dispatcher: Used for dependency injection.
create_file_dispatcher: Used for dependency injection.
create_path_adjuster: Used for dependency injection.
normpath: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Instance of URLMatcher with the supplied URLMap objects properly loaded.
Raises:
InvalidAppConfigError: if a handler is an unknown type.
"""
if config and config.handlers and not url_map_list:
url_map_list = config.handlers
url_matcher = create_url_matcher()
path_adjuster = create_path_adjuster(root_path)
cgi_dispatcher = create_cgi_dispatcher(config, module_dict,
root_path, path_adjuster)
static_file_config_matcher = StaticFileConfigMatcher(url_map_list,
default_expiration)
file_dispatcher = create_file_dispatcher(config, path_adjuster,
static_file_config_matcher)
FakeFile.SetStaticFileConfigMatcher(static_file_config_matcher)
for url_map in url_map_list:
admin_only = url_map.login == appinfo.LOGIN_ADMIN
requires_login = url_map.login == appinfo.LOGIN_REQUIRED or admin_only
auth_fail_action = url_map.auth_fail_action
handler_type = url_map.GetHandlerType()
if handler_type == appinfo.HANDLER_SCRIPT:
dispatcher = cgi_dispatcher
elif handler_type in (appinfo.STATIC_FILES, appinfo.STATIC_DIR):
dispatcher = file_dispatcher
else:
raise InvalidAppConfigError('Unknown handler type "%s"' % handler_type)
regex = url_map.url
path = url_map.GetHandler()
if handler_type == appinfo.STATIC_DIR:
if regex[-1] == r'/':
regex = regex[:-1]
if path[-1] == os.path.sep:
path = path[:-1]
regex = '/'.join((re.escape(regex), '(.*)'))
if os.path.sep == '\\':
backref = r'\\1'
else:
backref = r'\1'
path = (normpath(path).replace('\\', '\\\\') +
os.path.sep + backref)
url_matcher.AddURL(regex,
dispatcher,
path,
requires_login, admin_only, auth_fail_action)
return url_matcher
class AppConfigCache(object):
"""Cache used by LoadAppConfig.
If given to LoadAppConfig instances of this class are used to cache contents
of the app config (app.yaml or app.yml) and the Matcher created from it.
Code outside LoadAppConfig should treat instances of this class as opaque
objects and not access its members.
"""
path = None
mtime = None
config = None
matcher = None
def LoadAppConfig(root_path,
module_dict,
cache=None,
static_caching=True,
read_app_config=ReadAppConfig,
create_matcher=CreateURLMatcherFromMaps,
default_partition=None):
"""Creates a Matcher instance for an application configuration file.
Raises an InvalidAppConfigError exception if there is anything wrong with
the application configuration file.
Args:
root_path: Path to the root of the application to load.
module_dict: Dictionary in which application-loaded modules should be
preserved between requests. This dictionary must be separate from the
sys.modules dictionary.
cache: Instance of AppConfigCache or None.
static_caching: True if browser caching of static files should be allowed.
read_app_config: Used for dependency injection.
create_matcher: Used for dependency injection.
default_partition: Default partition to use for the appid.
Returns:
tuple: (AppInfoExternal, URLMatcher, from_cache)
Raises:
AppConfigNotFound: if an app.yaml file cannot be found.
"""
for appinfo_path in [os.path.join(root_path, 'app.yaml'),
os.path.join(root_path, 'app.yml')]:
if os.path.isfile(appinfo_path):
if cache is not None:
mtime = os.path.getmtime(appinfo_path)
if cache.path == appinfo_path and cache.mtime == mtime:
return (cache.config, cache.matcher, True)
cache.config = cache.matcher = cache.path = None
cache.mtime = mtime
config = read_app_config(appinfo_path, appinfo_includes.Parse)
if config.application:
config.application = AppIdWithDefaultPartition(config.application,
default_partition)
multiprocess.GlobalProcess().NewAppInfo(config)
if static_caching:
if config.default_expiration:
default_expiration = config.default_expiration
else:
default_expiration = '0'
else:
default_expiration = None
matcher = create_matcher(config,
root_path,
config.handlers,
module_dict,
default_expiration)
FakeFile.SetSkippedFiles(config.skip_files)
if cache is not None:
cache.path = appinfo_path
cache.config = config
cache.matcher = matcher
return config, matcher, False
raise AppConfigNotFoundError(
'Could not find app.yaml in "%s".' % (root_path,))
class ReservedPathFilter():
"""Checks a path against a set of inbound_services."""
reserved_paths = {
'/_ah/channel/connect': 'channel_presence',
'/_ah/channel/disconnect': 'channel_presence'
}
def __init__(self, inbound_services):
self.inbound_services = inbound_services
def ExcludePath(self, path):
"""Check to see if this is a service url and matches inbound_services."""
skip = False
for reserved_path in self.reserved_paths.keys():
if path.startswith(reserved_path):
if (not self.inbound_services or
self.reserved_paths[reserved_path] not in self.inbound_services):
return (True, self.reserved_paths[reserved_path])
return (False, None)
def CreateInboundServiceFilter(inbound_services):
return ReservedPathFilter(inbound_services)
def ReadCronConfig(croninfo_path, parse_cron_config=croninfo.LoadSingleCron):
"""Reads cron.yaml file and returns a list of CronEntry instances.
Args:
croninfo_path: String containing the path to the cron.yaml file.
parse_cron_config: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
A CronInfoExternal object.
Raises:
If the config file is unreadable, empty or invalid, this function will
raise an InvalidAppConfigError or a MalformedCronConfiguration exception.
"""
try:
croninfo_file = file(croninfo_path, 'r')
except IOError, e:
raise InvalidAppConfigError(
'Cron configuration could not be read from "%s": %s'
% (croninfo_path, e))
try:
return parse_cron_config(croninfo_file)
finally:
croninfo_file.close()
def _RemoveFile(file_path):
if file_path and os.path.lexists(file_path):
logging.info('Attempting to remove file at %s', file_path)
try:
os.remove(file_path)
except OSError, e:
logging.warning('Removing file failed: %s', e)
def SetupStubs(app_id, **config):
"""Sets up testing stubs of APIs.
Args:
app_id: Application ID being served.
config: keyword arguments.
Keywords:
root_path: Root path to the directory of the application which should
contain the app.yaml, index.yaml, and queue.yaml files.
login_url: Relative URL which should be used for handling user login/logout.
blobstore_path: Path to the directory to store Blobstore blobs in.
datastore_path: Path to the file to store Datastore file stub data in.
prospective_search_path: Path to the file to store Prospective Search stub
data in.
use_sqlite: Use the SQLite stub for the datastore.
auto_id_policy: How datastore stub assigns IDs, sequential or scattered.
high_replication: Use the high replication consistency model
history_path: DEPRECATED, No-op.
clear_datastore: If the datastore should be cleared on startup.
smtp_host: SMTP host used for sending test mail.
smtp_port: SMTP port.
smtp_user: SMTP user.
smtp_password: SMTP password.
mysql_host: MySQL host.
mysql_port: MySQL port.
mysql_user: MySQL user.
mysql_password: MySQL password.
mysql_socket: MySQL socket.
appidentity_email_address: Email address for service account substitute.
appidentity_private_key_path: Path to private key for service account sub.
enable_sendmail: Whether to use sendmail as an alternative to SMTP.
show_mail_body: Whether to log the body of emails.
remove: Used for dependency injection.
disable_task_running: True if tasks should not automatically run after
they are enqueued.
task_retry_seconds: How long to wait after an auto-running task before it
is tried again.
logs_path: Path to the file to store the logs data in.
trusted: True if this app can access data belonging to other apps. This
behavior is different from the real app server and should be left False
except for advanced uses of dev_appserver.
port: The port that this dev_appserver is bound to. Defaults to 8080
address: The host that this dev_appsever is running on. Defaults to
localhost.
search_index_path: Path to the file to store search indexes in.
clear_search_index: If the search indices should be cleared on startup.
"""
root_path = config.get('root_path', None)
login_url = config['login_url']
blobstore_path = config['blobstore_path']
datastore_path = config['datastore_path']
clear_datastore = config['clear_datastore']
prospective_search_path = config.get('prospective_search_path', '')
clear_prospective_search = config.get('clear_prospective_search', False)
use_sqlite = config.get('use_sqlite', False)
auto_id_policy = config.get('auto_id_policy', datastore_stub_util.SEQUENTIAL)
high_replication = config.get('high_replication', False)
require_indexes = config.get('require_indexes', False)
mysql_host = config.get('mysql_host', None)
mysql_port = config.get('mysql_port', 3306)
mysql_user = config.get('mysql_user', None)
mysql_password = config.get('mysql_password', None)
mysql_socket = config.get('mysql_socket', None)
smtp_host = config.get('smtp_host', None)
smtp_port = config.get('smtp_port', 25)
smtp_user = config.get('smtp_user', '')
smtp_password = config.get('smtp_password', '')
enable_sendmail = config.get('enable_sendmail', False)
show_mail_body = config.get('show_mail_body', False)
appidentity_email_address = config.get('appidentity_email_address', None)
appidentity_private_key_path = config.get('appidentity_private_key_path', None)
remove = config.get('remove', os.remove)
disable_task_running = config.get('disable_task_running', False)
task_retry_seconds = config.get('task_retry_seconds', 30)
logs_path = config.get('logs_path', ':memory:')
trusted = config.get('trusted', False)
serve_port = config.get('port', 8080)
serve_address = config.get('address', 'localhost')
clear_search_index = config.get('clear_search_indexes', False)
search_index_path = config.get('search_indexes_path', None)
_use_atexit_for_datastore_stub = config.get('_use_atexit_for_datastore_stub',
False)
port_sqlite_data = config.get('port_sqlite_data', False)
os.environ['APPLICATION_ID'] = app_id
os.environ['REQUEST_ID_HASH'] = ''
if clear_prospective_search and prospective_search_path:
_RemoveFile(prospective_search_path)
if clear_datastore:
_RemoveFile(datastore_path)
if clear_search_index:
_RemoveFile(search_index_path)
if multiprocess.GlobalProcess().MaybeConfigureRemoteDataApis():
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'logservice',
logservice_stub.LogServiceStub(logs_path=':memory:'))
else:
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy = apiproxy_stub_map.APIProxyStubMap()
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'app_identity_service',
app_identity_stub.AppIdentityServiceStub.Create(
email_address=appidentity_email_address,
private_key_path=appidentity_private_key_path))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'capability_service',
capability_stub.CapabilityServiceStub())
if use_sqlite:
if port_sqlite_data:
try:
PortAllEntities(datastore_path)
except Error:
logging.Error("Porting the data from the datastore file stub failed")
raise
datastore = datastore_sqlite_stub.DatastoreSqliteStub(
app_id, datastore_path, require_indexes=require_indexes,
trusted=trusted, root_path=root_path,
use_atexit=_use_atexit_for_datastore_stub,
auto_id_policy=auto_id_policy)
else:
logging.warning(FILE_STUB_DEPRECATION_MESSAGE)
datastore = datastore_file_stub.DatastoreFileStub(
app_id, datastore_path, require_indexes=require_indexes,
trusted=trusted, root_path=root_path,
use_atexit=_use_atexit_for_datastore_stub,
auto_id_policy=auto_id_policy)
if high_replication:
datastore.SetConsistencyPolicy(
datastore_stub_util.TimeBasedHRConsistencyPolicy())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.ReplaceStub(
'datastore_v3', datastore)
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'datastore_v4',
datastore_v4_stub.DatastoreV4Stub(app_id))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'mail',
mail_stub.MailServiceStub(smtp_host,
smtp_port,
smtp_user,
smtp_password,
enable_sendmail=enable_sendmail,
show_mail_body=show_mail_body))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'memcache',
memcache_stub.MemcacheServiceStub())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'taskqueue',
taskqueue_stub.TaskQueueServiceStub(
root_path=root_path,
auto_task_running=(not disable_task_running),
task_retry_seconds=task_retry_seconds,
default_http_server='%s:%s' % (serve_address, serve_port)))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'urlfetch',
urlfetch_stub.URLFetchServiceStub())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'xmpp',
xmpp_service_stub.XmppServiceStub())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'logservice',
logservice_stub.LogServiceStub(logs_path=logs_path))
from google.appengine import api
sys.modules['google.appengine.api.rdbms'] = rdbms_mysqldb
api.rdbms = rdbms_mysqldb
rdbms_mysqldb.SetConnectKwargs(host=mysql_host, port=mysql_port,
user=mysql_user, passwd=mysql_password,
unix_socket=mysql_socket)
fixed_login_url = '%s?%s=%%s' % (login_url,
dev_appserver_login.CONTINUE_PARAM)
fixed_logout_url = '%s&%s' % (fixed_login_url,
dev_appserver_login.LOGOUT_PARAM)
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'user',
user_service_stub.UserServiceStub(login_url=fixed_login_url,
logout_url=fixed_logout_url))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'channel',
channel_service_stub.ChannelServiceStub())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'matcher',
prospective_search_stub.ProspectiveSearchStub(
prospective_search_path,
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetStub('taskqueue')))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'remote_socket',
_remote_socket_stub.RemoteSocketServiceStub())
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'search',
simple_search_stub.SearchServiceStub(index_file=search_index_path))
try:
from google.appengine.api.images import images_stub
host_prefix = 'http://%s:%d' % (serve_address, serve_port)
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'images',
images_stub.ImagesServiceStub(host_prefix=host_prefix))
except ImportError, e:
logging.warning('Could not initialize images API; you are likely missing '
'the Python "PIL" module. ImportError: %s', e)
from google.appengine.api.images import images_not_implemented_stub
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'images',
images_not_implemented_stub.ImagesNotImplementedServiceStub())
blob_storage = file_blob_storage.FileBlobStorage(blobstore_path, app_id)
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'blobstore',
blobstore_stub.BlobstoreServiceStub(blob_storage))
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub(
'file',
file_service_stub.FileServiceStub(blob_storage))
system_service_stub = system_stub.SystemServiceStub()
multiprocess.GlobalProcess().UpdateSystemStub(system_service_stub)
apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.RegisterStub('system', system_service_stub)
def TearDownStubs():
"""Clean up any stubs that need cleanup."""
datastore_stub = apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetStub('datastore_v3')
if isinstance(datastore_stub, datastore_stub_util.BaseTransactionManager):
logging.info('Applying all pending transactions and saving the datastore')
datastore_stub.Write()
search_stub = apiproxy_stub_map.apiproxy.GetStub('search')
if isinstance(search_stub, simple_search_stub.SearchServiceStub):
logging.info('Saving search indexes')
search_stub.Write()
def CreateImplicitMatcher(
config,
module_dict,
root_path,
login_url,
create_path_adjuster=PathAdjuster,
create_local_dispatcher=LocalCGIDispatcher,
create_cgi_dispatcher=CGIDispatcher,
get_blob_storage=dev_appserver_blobstore.GetBlobStorage):
"""Creates a URLMatcher instance that handles internal URLs.
Used to facilitate handling user login/logout, debugging, info about the
currently running app, quitting the dev appserver, etc.
Args:
config: AppInfoExternal instance representing the parsed app.yaml file.
module_dict: Dictionary in the form used by sys.modules.
root_path: Path to the root of the application.
login_url: Relative URL which should be used for handling user login/logout.
create_path_adjuster: Used for dependedency injection.
create_local_dispatcher: Used for dependency injection.
create_cgi_dispatcher: Used for dependedency injection.
get_blob_storage: Used for dependency injection.
Returns:
Instance of URLMatcher with appropriate dispatchers.
"""
url_matcher = URLMatcher()
path_adjuster = create_path_adjuster(root_path)
def _HandleQuit():
raise KeyboardInterrupt
quit_dispatcher = create_local_dispatcher(config, sys.modules, path_adjuster,
_HandleQuit)
url_matcher.AddURL('/_ah/quit?',
quit_dispatcher,
'',
False,
False,
appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_REDIRECT)
login_dispatcher = create_local_dispatcher(config, sys.modules, path_adjuster,
dev_appserver_login.main)
url_matcher.AddURL(login_url,
login_dispatcher,
'',
False,
False,
appinfo.AUTH_FAIL_ACTION_REDIRECT)
admin_dispatcher = create_cgi_dispatcher(config, module_dict, root_path,
path_adjuster)
url_matcher.AddURL('/_ah/admin(?:/.*)?',
admin_dispatcher,
DEVEL_CONSOLE_PATH,