Source code for treq.client

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import mimetypes
import uuid
import warnings

import io

import six
from six.moves.collections_abc import Mapping
from six.moves.http_cookiejar import CookieJar
from six.moves.urllib.parse import quote_plus, urlencode as _urlencode

from twisted.internet.interfaces import IProtocol
from twisted.internet.defer import Deferred
from twisted.python.components import proxyForInterface
from twisted.python.filepath import FilePath
from hyperlink import DecodedURL, EncodedURL

from twisted.web.http_headers import Headers
from twisted.web.iweb import IBodyProducer, IResponse

from twisted.web.client import (

from twisted.python.components import registerAdapter
from json import dumps as json_dumps

from treq.auth import add_auth
from treq import multipart
from treq.response import _Response
from requests.cookies import cookiejar_from_dict, merge_cookies

_NOTHING = object()

def urlencode(query, doseq):
    return six.ensure_binary(_urlencode(query, doseq), encoding='ascii')

class _BodyBufferingProtocol(proxyForInterface(IProtocol)):
    def __init__(self, original, buffer, finished):
        self.original = original
        self.buffer = buffer
        self.finished = finished

    def dataReceived(self, data):

    def connectionLost(self, reason):

class _BufferedResponse(proxyForInterface(IResponse)):
    def __init__(self, original):
        self.original = original
        self._buffer = []
        self._waiters = []
        self._waiting = None
        self._finished = False
        self._reason = None

    def _deliverWaiting(self, reason):
        self._reason = reason
        self._finished = True
        for waiter in self._waiters:
            for segment in self._buffer:

    def deliverBody(self, protocol):
        if self._waiting is None and not self._finished:
            self._waiting = Deferred()
        elif self._finished:
            for segment in self._buffer:

[docs]class HTTPClient(object): def __init__(self, agent, cookiejar=None, data_to_body_producer=IBodyProducer): self._agent = agent self._cookiejar = cookiejar or cookiejar_from_dict({}) self._data_to_body_producer = data_to_body_producer
[docs] def get(self, url, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.get()`. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('GET', url, **kwargs)
[docs] def put(self, url, data=None, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.put()`. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('PUT', url, data=data, **kwargs)
[docs] def patch(self, url, data=None, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.patch()`. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('PATCH', url, data=data, **kwargs)
[docs] def post(self, url, data=None, **kwargs): """ See :func:``. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('POST', url, data=data, **kwargs)
[docs] def head(self, url, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.head()`. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('HEAD', url, **kwargs)
[docs] def delete(self, url, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.delete()`. """ kwargs.setdefault('_stacklevel', 3) return self.request('DELETE', url, **kwargs)
[docs] def request(self, method, url, **kwargs): """ See :func:`treq.request()`. """ method = method.encode('ascii').upper() stacklevel = kwargs.pop('_stacklevel', 2) if isinstance(url, DecodedURL): parsed_url = url.encoded_url elif isinstance(url, EncodedURL): parsed_url = url elif isinstance(url, six.text_type): # We use hyperlink in lazy mode so that users can pass arbitrary # bytes in the path and querystring. parsed_url = EncodedURL.from_text(url) else: parsed_url = EncodedURL.from_text(url.decode('ascii')) # Join parameters provided in the URL # and the ones passed as argument. params = kwargs.pop('params', None) if params: parsed_url = parsed_url.replace( query=parsed_url.query + tuple(_coerced_query_params(params)) ) url = parsed_url.to_uri().to_text().encode('ascii') headers = self._request_headers(kwargs.pop('headers', None), stacklevel + 1) bodyProducer, contentType = self._request_body( data=kwargs.pop('data', None), files=kwargs.pop('files', None), json=kwargs.pop('json', _NOTHING), stacklevel=stacklevel + 1, ) if contentType is not None: headers.setRawHeaders(b'Content-Type', [contentType]) cookies = kwargs.pop('cookies', {}) if not isinstance(cookies, CookieJar): cookies = cookiejar_from_dict(cookies) cookies = merge_cookies(self._cookiejar, cookies) wrapped_agent = CookieAgent(self._agent, cookies) browser_like_redirects = kwargs.pop('browser_like_redirects', False) if kwargs.pop('allow_redirects', True): if browser_like_redirects: wrapped_agent = BrowserLikeRedirectAgent(wrapped_agent) else: wrapped_agent = RedirectAgent(wrapped_agent) wrapped_agent = ContentDecoderAgent(wrapped_agent, [(b'gzip', GzipDecoder)]) auth = kwargs.pop('auth', None) if auth: wrapped_agent = add_auth(wrapped_agent, auth) d = wrapped_agent.request( method, url, headers=headers, bodyProducer=bodyProducer) reactor = kwargs.pop('reactor', None) if reactor is None: from twisted.internet import reactor timeout = kwargs.pop('timeout', None) if timeout: delayedCall = reactor.callLater(timeout, d.cancel) def gotResult(result): if delayedCall.cancel() return result d.addBoth(gotResult) if not kwargs.pop('unbuffered', False): d.addCallback(_BufferedResponse) if kwargs: warnings.warn( ( "Got unexpected keyword argument: {}." " treq will ignore this argument," " but will raise TypeError in the next treq release." ).format(", ".join(repr(k) for k in kwargs)), DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=stacklevel, ) return d.addCallback(_Response, cookies)
def _request_headers(self, headers, stacklevel): """ Convert the *headers* argument to a :class:`Headers` instance :returns: :class:`twisted.web.http_headers.Headers` """ if isinstance(headers, dict): h = Headers({}) for k, v in headers.items(): if isinstance(v, (bytes, six.text_type)): h.addRawHeader(k, v) elif isinstance(v, list): h.setRawHeaders(k, v) else: warnings.warn( ( "The value of headers key {!r} has non-string type {}" " and will be dropped." " This will raise TypeError in the next treq release." ).format(k, type(v)), DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=stacklevel, ) return h if isinstance(headers, Headers): return headers if headers is None: return Headers({}) warnings.warn( ( "headers must be a dict, twisted.web.http_headers.Headers, or None," " but found {}, which will be ignored." " This will raise TypeError in the next treq release." ).format(type(headers)), DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=stacklevel, ) return Headers({}) def _request_body(self, data, files, json, stacklevel): """ Here we choose a right producer based on the parameters passed in. :params data: Arbitrary request body data. If *files* is also passed this must be a :class:`dict`, a :class:`tuple` or :class:`list` of field tuples as accepted by :class:`MultiPartProducer`. The request is assigned a Content-Type of ``multipart/form-data``. If a :class:`dict`, :class:`list`, or :class:`tuple` it is URL-encoded and the request assigned a Content-Type of ``application/x-www-form-urlencoded``. Otherwise, any non-``None`` value is passed to the client's *data_to_body_producer* callable (by default, :class:`IBodyProducer`), which accepts file-like objects. :params files: Files to include in the request body, in any of the several formats described in :func:`_convert_files()`. :params json: JSON-encodable data, or the sentinel `_NOTHING`. The sentinel is necessary because ``None`` is a valid JSON value. """ if json is not _NOTHING and (files or data): warnings.warn( ( "Argument 'json' will be ignored because '{}' was also passed." " This will raise TypeError in the next treq release." ).format("data" if data else "files"), DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=stacklevel, ) if files: # If the files keyword is present we will issue a # multipart/form-data request as it suits better for cases # with files and/or large objects. files = list(_convert_files(files)) boundary = str(uuid.uuid4()).encode('ascii') if data: data = _convert_params(data) else: data = [] return ( multipart.MultiPartProducer(data + files, boundary=boundary), b'multipart/form-data; boundary=' + boundary, ) # Otherwise stick to x-www-form-urlencoded format # as it's generally faster for smaller requests. if isinstance(data, (dict, list, tuple)): return ( self._data_to_body_producer(urlencode(data, doseq=True)), b'application/x-www-form-urlencoded', ) elif data: return ( self._data_to_body_producer(data), None, ) if json is not _NOTHING: return ( self._data_to_body_producer( json_dumps(json, separators=(u',', u':')).encode('utf-8'), ), b'application/json; charset=UTF-8', ) return None, None
def _convert_params(params): if hasattr(params, "iteritems"): return list(sorted(params.iteritems())) elif hasattr(params, "items"): return list(sorted(params.items())) elif isinstance(params, (tuple, list)): return list(params) else: raise ValueError("Unsupported format") def _convert_files(files): """Files can be passed in a variety of formats: * {'file': open("bla.f")} * {'file': (name, open("bla.f"))} * {'file': (name, content-type, open("bla.f"))} * Anything that has iteritems method, e.g. MultiDict: MultiDict([(name, open()), (name, open())] Our goal is to standardize it to unified form of: * [(param, (file name, content type, producer))] """ if hasattr(files, "iteritems"): files = files.iteritems() elif hasattr(files, "items"): files = files.items() for param, val in files: file_name, content_type, fobj = (None, None, None) if isinstance(val, tuple): if len(val) == 2: file_name, fobj = val elif len(val) == 3: file_name, content_type, fobj = val else: # NB: This is TypeError for backward compatibility. This case # used to fall through to `IBodyProducer`, below, which raised # TypeError about being unable to coerce None. raise TypeError( ( "`files` argument must be a sequence of tuples of" " (file_name, file_obj) or" " (file_name, content_type, file_obj)," " but the {!r} tuple has length {}: {!r}" ).format(param, len(val), val), ) else: fobj = val if hasattr(fobj, "name"): file_name = FilePath( if not content_type: content_type = _guess_content_type(file_name) # XXX: Shouldn't this call self._data_to_body_producer? yield (param, (file_name, content_type, IBodyProducer(fobj))) def _query_quote(v): # (Any) -> Text """ Percent-encode a querystring name or value. :param v: A value. :returns: The value, coerced to a string and percent-encoded as appropriate for a querystring (with space as ``+``). """ if not isinstance(v, (str, bytes)): v = six.text_type(v) if not isinstance(v, bytes): v = v.encode("utf-8") q = quote_plus(v) if isinstance(q, bytes): # Python 2.7 returnes bytes when given bytes, but Python 3.x always # returns str. Coverage disabled here to stop Coveralls complaining # until we can drop Python 2.7 support. q = q.decode("ascii") # pragma: no cover return q def _coerced_query_params(params): """ Carefully coerce *params* in the same way as `urllib.parse.urlencode()` Parameter names and values are coerced to unicode, which is encoded as UTF-8 and then percent-encoded. As a special case, `bytes` are directly percent-encoded. :param params: A mapping or sequence of (name, value) two-tuples. The value may be a list or tuple of multiple values. Names and values may be pretty much any type. :returns: A generator that yields two-tuples containing percent-encoded text strings. :rtype: Iterator[Tuple[Text, Text]] """ if isinstance(params, Mapping): items = params.items() else: items = params for key, values in items: key_quoted = _query_quote(key) if not isinstance(values, (list, tuple)): values = (values,) for value in values: yield key_quoted, _query_quote(value) def _from_bytes(orig_bytes): return FileBodyProducer(io.BytesIO(orig_bytes)) def _from_file(orig_file): return FileBodyProducer(orig_file) def _guess_content_type(filename): if filename: guessed = mimetypes.guess_type(filename)[0] else: guessed = None return guessed or 'application/octet-stream' registerAdapter(_from_bytes, bytes, IBodyProducer) registerAdapter(_from_file, io.BytesIO, IBodyProducer) if six.PY2: registerAdapter(_from_file, six.StringIO, IBodyProducer) # Suppress lint failure on Python 3. registerAdapter(_from_file, file, IBodyProducer) # noqa: F821 else: # file()/open() equiv on Py3 registerAdapter(_from_file, io.BufferedReader, IBodyProducer)