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# Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is govered by a BSD-style
# license that can be found in the LICENSE file or at
"""JSON feed for issue autocomplete options."""
import logging
from third_party import ezt
from framework import authdata
from framework import framework_helpers
from framework import framework_views
from framework import jsonfeed
from framework import permissions
from project import project_helpers
from tracker import tracker_helpers
from tracker import tracker_views
# Here are some restriction labels to help people do the most common things
# that they might want to do with restrictions.
(permissions.VIEW, permissions.EDIT_ISSUE,
'Only users who can edit the issue may access it'),
(permissions.ADD_ISSUE_COMMENT, permissions.EDIT_ISSUE,
'Only users who can edit the issue may add comments'),
# These issue restrictions should be offered as examples whenever the project
# does not have any custom permissions in use already.
(permissions.VIEW, 'CoreTeam',
'Custom permission CoreTeam is needed to access'),
class IssueOptionsJSON(jsonfeed.JsonFeed):
"""JSON data describing all issue statuses, labels, and members."""
def HandleRequest(self, mr):
"""Provide the UI with info used in auto-completion.
mr: common information parsed from the HTTP request.
Results dictionary in JSON format
# Issue options data can be cached separately in each user's browser. When
# the project changes, a new cached_content_timestamp is set and it will
# cause new requests to use a new URL.
member_data = project_helpers.BuildProjectMembers(
mr.cnxn, mr.project,
owner_views = member_data['owners']
committer_views = member_data['committers']
contributor_views = member_data['contributors']
config =, mr.project_id)
open_statuses = []
closed_statuses = []
for wks in config.well_known_statuses:
if not wks.deprecated:
item = dict(name=wks.status, doc=wks.status_docstring)
if wks.means_open:
# TODO(jrobbins): restrictions on component definitions?
components = [{'name': cd.path, 'doc': cd.docstring}
for cd in config.component_defs if not cd.deprecated]
labels = []
field_names = [
fd.field_name for fd in config.field_defs if not fd.is_deleted]
non_masked_labels = tracker_helpers.LabelsNotMaskedByFields(
config, field_names)
for wkl in non_masked_labels:
if not wkl.commented:
item = dict(, doc=wkl.docstring)
# TODO(jrobbins): omit fields that they don't have permission to view.
field_def_views = [
tracker_views.FieldDefView(fd, config)
for fd in config.field_defs
if not fd.is_deleted]
fields = [
dict(field_name=fdv.field_name, field_type=fdv.field_type,
field_id=fdv.field_id, needs_perm=fdv.needs_perm,
is_required=fdv.is_required, is_multivalued=fdv.is_multivalued,
choices=[dict(, doc=c.docstring) for c in fdv.choices],
for fdv in field_def_views]
frequent_restrictions = _FREQUENT_ISSUE_RESTRICTIONS[:]
custom_permissions = permissions.GetCustomPermissions(mr.project)
if not custom_permissions:
mr.project, frequent_restrictions,
group_ids =
mr.cnxn, [mem.user_id for mem in member_data['all_members']])'group_ids is %r', group_ids)
acexclusion_ids =
mr.cnxn, mr.project_id)
# TODO(jrobbins): Normally, users will be allowed view the members
# of any user group if the project From: email address is listed
# as a group member, as well as any group that they are personally
# members of.
member_ids, owner_ids =
mr.cnxn, group_ids, mr.perms, mr.auth.effective_ids,
indirect_ids = set()
for gid in group_ids:
indirect_ids.update(member_ids.get(gid, []))
indirect_ids.update(owner_ids.get(gid, []))
indirect_user_ids = list(indirect_ids)
indirect_member_views = framework_views.MakeAllUserViews(
mr.cnxn,, indirect_user_ids).values()
visible_member_views = _FilterMemberData(
mr, owner_views, committer_views, contributor_views,
# Filter out servbice accounts
visible_member_views = [m for m in visible_member_views
if not framework_helpers.IsServiceAccount(
and not m.user_id in acexclusion_ids]
visible_member_email_list = list({ for uv in visible_member_views})
user_indexes = {email: idx
for idx, email in enumerate(visible_member_email_list)}
visible_members_dict = {}
for uv in visible_member_views:
visible_members_dict[] = uv.user_id
group_ids =
mr.cnxn, visible_members_dict.values())
for field_dict in fields:
needed_perm = field_dict['needs_perm']
if needed_perm:
qualified_user_indexes = []
for uv in visible_member_views:
# TODO(jrobbins): Similar code occurs in
user =, uv.user_id)
auth = authdata.AuthData.FromUserID(
mr.cnxn, uv.user_id,
user_perms = permissions.GetPermissions(
user, auth.effective_ids, mr.project)
has_perm = user_perms.CanUsePerm(
needed_perm, auth.effective_ids, mr.project, [])
if has_perm:
field_dict['user_indexes'] = sorted(set(qualified_user_indexes))
excl_prefixes = [prefix.lower() for prefix in
members_def_list = [dict(name=email, doc='')
for email in visible_member_email_list]
members_def_list = sorted(
members_def_list, key=lambda md: md['name'])
for md in members_def_list:
md_id = visible_members_dict[md['name']]
if md_id in group_ids:
md['is_group'] = True
hotlist_pbs =
mr.cnxn, mr.auth.user_id)
seen = set()
ambiguous_names = set()
for hpb in hotlist_pbs:
if in seen:
hotlists = list()
ambiguous_owners_ids = {hpb.owner_ids[0] for hpb in hotlist_pbs
if in ambiguous_names}
ambiguous_owners_ids_to_emails =
mr.cnxn, ambiguous_owners_ids)
for hpb in hotlist_pbs:
if in ambiguous_names:
ref_str = ':'.join([ambiguous_owners_ids_to_emails[hpb.owner_ids[0]],])
ref_str =
hotlists.append({'ref_str': ref_str, 'summary': hpb.summary})
return {
'open': open_statuses,
'closed': closed_statuses,
'statuses_offer_merge': config.statuses_offer_merge,
'components': components,
'labels': labels,
'fields': fields,
'excl_prefixes': excl_prefixes,
'strict': ezt.boolean(config.restrict_to_known),
'members': members_def_list,
'custom_permissions': custom_permissions,
'hotlists': hotlists,
def _FilterMemberData(
mr, owner_views, committer_views, contributor_views,
"""Return a filtered list of members that the user can view.
In most projects, everyone can view the entire member list. But,
some projects are configured to only allow project owners to see
all members. In those projects, committers and contributors do not
see any contributors. Regardless of how the project is configured
or the role that the user plays in the current project, we include
any indirect members through user groups that the user has access
to view.
mr: Commonly used info parsed from the HTTP request.
owner_views: list of UserViews for project owners.
committer_views: list of UserViews for project committers.
contributor_views: list of UserViews for project contributors.
indirect_member_views: list of UserViews for users who have
an indirect role in the project via a user group, and that the
logged in user is allowed to see.
A list of owners, committer and visible indirect members if the user is not
signed in. If the project is set to display contributors to non-owners or
the signed in user has necessary permissions then additionally a list of
visible_members = []
# Everyone can view owners and committers
# The list of indirect members is already limited to ones that the user
# is allowed to see according to user group settings.
# If the user is allowed to view the list of contributors, add those too.
if permissions.CanViewContributorList(mr):
return visible_members
def _BuildRestrictionChoices(project, freq_restrictions, actions):
"""Return a list of autocompletion choices for restriction labels.
project: Project PB for the current project.
freq_restrictions: list of (action, perm, doc) tuples for restrictions
that are frequently used.
actions: list of strings for actions that are relevant to the current
A list of dictionaries [{'name': 'perm name', 'doc': 'docstring'}, ...]
suitable for use in a JSON feed to our JS autocompletion functions.
custom_permissions = permissions.GetCustomPermissions(project)
choices = []
for action, perm, doc in freq_restrictions:
'name': 'Restrict-%s-%s' % (action, perm),
'doc': doc,
for action in actions:
for perm in custom_permissions:
'name': 'Restrict-%s-%s' % (action, perm),
'doc': 'Permission %s needed to use %s' % (perm, action),
return choices