…o longer in the API docs. It was meant to be a private method; its publication in the documentation as an API method was a mistake, and it has been renamed to something private.
Configurator was an old-style ``pyramid.configuration.Configurator`` instance.
wrapper for ``pyramid.Config.configurator.add_view`` which does the right thing about permissions. It should be preferred over calling ``add_view`` directly with ``context=HTTPForbidden`` as was previously recommended. - New API: ``pyramid.view.forbidden_view_config``. This is a decorator constructor like ``pyramid.view.view_config`` that calls ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_forbidden_view`` when scanned. It should be preferred over using ``pyramid.view.view_config`` with ``context=HTTPForbidden`` as was previously recommended. - Updated the "Creating a Not Forbidden View" section of the "Hooks" chapter, replacing explanations of registering a view using ``add_view`` or ``view_config`` with ones using ``add_forbidden_view`` or ``forbidden_view_config``. - Updated all tutorials to use ``pyramid.view.forbidden_view_config`` rather than ``pyramid.view.view_config`` with an HTTPForbidden context.
wrapper for ``pyramid.Config.configurator.add_view`` which provides easy append_slash support. It should be preferred over calling ``add_view`` directly with ``context=HTTPNotFound`` as was previously recommended. - New API: ``pyramid.view.notfound_view_config``. This is a decorator constructor like ``pyramid.view.view_config`` that calls ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_notfound_view`` when scanned. It should be preferred over using ``pyramid.view.view_config`` with ``context=HTTPNotFound`` as was previously recommended. - The older deprecated ``set_notfound_view`` Configurator method is now an alias for the new ``add_notfound_view`` Configurator method. This has the following impact: the ``context`` sent to views with a ``(context, request)`` call signature registered via the deprecated ``add_notfound_view``/``set_notfound_view`` will now be the HTTPNotFound exception object instead of the actual resource context found. Use ``request.context`` to get the actual resource context. It's also recommended to disuse ``set_notfound_view`` in favor of ``add_notfound_view``, despite the aliasing. - The API documentation for ``pyramid.view.append_slash_notfound_view`` and ``pyramid.view.AppendSlashNotFoundViewFactory`` was removed. These names still exist and are still importable, but they are no longer APIs. Use ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_notfound_view(append_slash=True)`` or ``pyramid.view.notfound_view_config(append_slash=True)`` to get the same behavior. - The ``set_forbidden_view`` method of the Configurator was removed from the documentation. It has been deprecated since Pyramid 1.1. - The AppendSlashNotFoundViewFactory used request.path to match routes. This was wrong because request.path contains the script name, and this would cause it to fail in circumstances where the script name was not empty. It should have used request.path_info, and now does. - Updated the "Registering a Not Found View" section of the "Hooks" chapter, replacing explanations of registering a view using ``add_view`` or ``view_config`` with ones using ``add_notfound_view`` or ``notfound_view_config``. - Updated the "Redirecting to Slash-Appended Routes" section of the "URL Dispatch" chapter, replacing explanations of registering a view using ``add_view`` or ``view_config`` with ones using ``add_notfound_view`` or ``notfound_view_config``
…opened the static file twice, when it only needed to open it once.
-------- - Add an ``introspection`` boolean to the Configurator constructor. If this is ``True``, actions registered using the Configurator will be registered with the introspector. If it is ``False``, they won't. The default is ``True``. Setting it to ``False`` during action processing will prevent introspection for any following registration statements, and setting it to ``True`` will start them up again. This addition is to service a requirement that the debug toolbar's own views and methods not show up in the introspector. Backwards Incompatibilities --------------------------- - Remove ``pyramid.config.Configurator.with_context`` class method. It was never an API, it is only used by ``pyramid_zcml`` and its functionality has been moved to that package's latest release. This means that you'll need to use the latest release of ``pyramid_zcml`` with this release of Pyramid. - The ``introspector`` argument to the ``pyramid.config.Configurator`` constructor API has been removed. It has been replaced by the boolean ``introspection`` flag. - The ``pyramid.registry.noop_introspector`` API object has been removed.
…tings key prefixes. Allows settings prefixes other than "mako." to be used to create different factories that don't use the global mako settings. This will be useful for the debug toolbar, which can currently be sabotaged by someone using custom mako configuration settings.
…eparate lines in order to be able to tell people to comment out only the ``pyramid_debugtoolbar`` line when they want to disable the toolbar.
-------- - Add ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_resource_url_adapter`` API method. See the Hooks narrative documentation section entitled "Changing How pyramid.request.Request.resource_url Generates a URL" for more information. This is not a new feature, it just provides an API for adding a resource url adapter without needing to use the ZCA API. - A new interface was added: ``pyramid.interfaces.IResourceURL``. An adapter implementing its interface can be used to override resource URL generation when ``request.resource_url`` is called. This interface replaces the now-deprecated ``pyramid.interfaces.IContextURL`` interface. - The dictionary passed to a resource's ``__resource_url__`` method (see "Overriding Resource URL Generation" in the "Resources" chapter) now contains an ``app_url`` key, representing the application URL generated during ``request.resource_url``. It represents a potentially customized URL prefix, containing potentially custom scheme, host and port information passed by the user to ``request.resource_url``. It should be used instead of ``request.application_url`` where necessary. - The ``request.resource_url`` API now accepts these arguments: ``app_url``, ``scheme``, ``host``, and ``port``. The app_url argument can be used to replace the URL prefix wholesale during url generation. The ``scheme``, ``host``, and ``port`` arguments can be used to replace the respective default values of ``request.application_url`` partially. - A new API named ``request.resource_path`` now exists. It works like ``request.resource_url`` but produces a relative URL rather than an absolute one. - The ``request.route_url`` API now accepts these arguments: ``_app_url``, ``_scheme``, ``_host``, and ``_port``. The ``_app_url`` argument can be used to replace the URL prefix wholesale during url generation. The ``_scheme``, ``_host``, and ``_port`` arguments can be used to replace the respective default values of ``request.application_url`` partially. Backwards Incompatibilities --------------------------- - The ``pyramid.interfaces.IContextURL`` interface has been deprecated. People have been instructed to use this to register a resource url adapter in the "Hooks" chapter to use to influence ``request.resource_url`` URL generation for resources found via custom traversers since Pyramid 1.0. The interface still exists and registering such an adapter still works, but this interface will be removed from the software after a few major Pyramid releases. You should replace it with an equivalent ``pyramid.interfaces.IResourceURL`` adapter, registered using the new ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_resource_url_adapter`` API. A deprecation warning is now emitted when a ``pyramid.interfaces.IContextURL`` adapter is found when ``request.resource_url`` is called. Misc ---- - Change ``set_traverser`` API name to ``add_traverser``. Ref #438.
``request``. This means that you can now, for example, in a template, do ``r.route_url(...)`` instead of ``request.route_url(...)``. Fixes #413.
Hooks narrative documentation section entitled "Changing the Traverser" for more information. This is not a new feature, it just provides an API for adding a traverser without needing to use the ZCA API.
``DBSession`` instead (this is more common in real SQLA apps).
…-ed. This is not permitted due to error reporting requirements, and a better error message is shown when it is attempted. Previously it would fail with something like "AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'rfind'". Fixed #420.
…not be converted to a response (for example, when a view callable returns a dictionary without a renderer defined, or doesn't return any value at all). The error message now contains information about the view callable itself as well as the result of calling it.
-------- - The ``scan`` method of a ``Configurator`` can be passed an ``ignore`` argument, which can be a string, a callable, or a list consisting of strings and/or callables. This feature allows submodules, subpackages, and global objects from being scanned. See http://readthedocs.org/docs/venusian/en/latest/#ignore-scan-argument for more information about how to use the ``ignore`` argument to ``scan``. Dependencies ------------ - Depend on ``venusian`` >= 1.0a3 to provide scan ``ignore`` support.
…tead of allowing them to find their way into resolveConflicts).