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# Copyright (c) 2012 Mitch Garnaat http://garnaat.org/
# Copyright (c) 2012 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
# copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
# "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
# without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, dis-
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# persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the fol-
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#
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# OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABIL-
# ITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT
# SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
# WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
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class CORSRule(object):
"""
CORS rule for a bucket.
:ivar id: A unique identifier for the rule. The ID value can be
up to 255 characters long. The IDs help you find a rule in
the configuration.
:ivar allowed_methods: An HTTP method that you want to allow the
origin to execute. Each CORSRule must identify at least one
origin and one method. Valid values are:
GET|PUT|HEAD|POST|DELETE
:ivar allowed_origin: An origin that you want to allow cross-domain
requests from. This can contain at most one * wild character.
Each CORSRule must identify at least one origin and one method.
The origin value can include at most one '*' wild character.
For example, "http://*.example.com". You can also specify
only * as the origin value allowing all origins cross-domain access.
:ivar allowed_header: Specifies which headers are allowed in a
pre-flight OPTIONS request via the
Access-Control-Request-Headers header. Each header name
specified in the Access-Control-Request-Headers header must
have a corresponding entry in the rule. Amazon S3 will send
only the allowed headers in a response that were requested.
This can contain at most one * wild character.
:ivar max_age_seconds: The time in seconds that your browser is to
cache the preflight response for the specified resource.
:ivar expose_header: One or more headers in the response that you
want customers to be able to access from their applications
(for example, from a JavaScript XMLHttpRequest object). You
add one ExposeHeader element in the rule for each header.
"""
def __init__(self, allowed_method=None, allowed_origin=None,
id=None, allowed_header=None, max_age_seconds=None,
expose_header=None):
if allowed_method is None:
allowed_method = []
self.allowed_method = allowed_method
if allowed_origin is None:
allowed_origin = []
self.allowed_origin = allowed_origin
self.id = id
if allowed_header is None:
allowed_header = []
self.allowed_header = allowed_header
self.max_age_seconds = max_age_seconds
if expose_header is None:
expose_header = []
self.expose_header = expose_header
def __repr__(self):
return '<Rule: %s>' % self.id
def startElement(self, name, attrs, connection):
return None
def endElement(self, name, value, connection):
if name == 'ID':
self.id = value
elif name == 'AllowedMethod':
self.allowed_method.append(value)
elif name == 'AllowedOrigin':
self.allowed_origin.append(value)
elif name == 'AllowedHeader':
self.allowed_header.append(value)
elif name == 'MaxAgeSeconds':
self.max_age_seconds = int(value)
elif name == 'ExposeHeader':
self.expose_header.append(value)
else:
setattr(self, name, value)
def to_xml(self):
s = '<CORSRule>'
for allowed_method in self.allowed_method:
s += '<AllowedMethod>%s</AllowedMethod>' % allowed_method
for allowed_origin in self.allowed_origin:
s += '<AllowedOrigin>%s</AllowedOrigin>' % allowed_origin
for allowed_header in self.allowed_header:
s += '<AllowedHeader>%s</AllowedHeader>' % allowed_header
for expose_header in self.expose_header:
s += '<ExposeHeader>%s</ExposeHeader>' % expose_header
if self.max_age_seconds:
s += '<MaxAgeSeconds>%d</MaxAgeSeconds>' % self.max_age_seconds
if self.id:
s += '<ID>%s</ID>' % self.id
s += '</CORSRule>'
return s
class CORSConfiguration(list):
"""
A container for the rules associated with a CORS configuration.
"""
def startElement(self, name, attrs, connection):
if name == 'CORSRule':
rule = CORSRule()
self.append(rule)
return rule
return None
def endElement(self, name, value, connection):
setattr(self, name, value)
def to_xml(self):
"""
Returns a string containing the XML version of the Lifecycle
configuration as defined by S3.
"""
s = '<CORSConfiguration>'
for rule in self:
s += rule.to_xml()
s += '</CORSConfiguration>'
return s
def add_rule(self, allowed_method, allowed_origin,
id=None, allowed_header=None, max_age_seconds=None,
expose_header=None):
"""
Add a rule to this CORS configuration. This only adds
the rule to the local copy. To install the new rule(s) on
the bucket, you need to pass this CORS config object
to the set_cors method of the Bucket object.
:type allowed_methods: list of str
:param allowed_methods: An HTTP method that you want to allow the
origin to execute. Each CORSRule must identify at least one
origin and one method. Valid values are:
GET|PUT|HEAD|POST|DELETE
:type allowed_origin: list of str
:param allowed_origin: An origin that you want to allow cross-domain
requests from. This can contain at most one * wild character.
Each CORSRule must identify at least one origin and one method.
The origin value can include at most one '*' wild character.
For example, "http://*.example.com". You can also specify
only * as the origin value allowing all origins
cross-domain access.
:type id: str
:param id: A unique identifier for the rule. The ID value can be
up to 255 characters long. The IDs help you find a rule in
the configuration.
:type allowed_header: list of str
:param allowed_header: Specifies which headers are allowed in a
pre-flight OPTIONS request via the
Access-Control-Request-Headers header. Each header name
specified in the Access-Control-Request-Headers header must
have a corresponding entry in the rule. Amazon S3 will send
only the allowed headers in a response that were requested.
This can contain at most one * wild character.
:type max_age_seconds: int
:param max_age_seconds: The time in seconds that your browser is to
cache the preflight response for the specified resource.
:type expose_header: list of str
:param expose_header: One or more headers in the response that you
want customers to be able to access from their applications
(for example, from a JavaScript XMLHttpRequest object). You
add one ExposeHeader element in the rule for each header.
"""
if not isinstance(allowed_method, (list, tuple)):
allowed_method = [allowed_method]
if not isinstance(allowed_origin, (list, tuple)):
allowed_origin = [allowed_origin]
if not isinstance(allowed_origin, (list, tuple)):
if allowed_origin is None:
allowed_origin = []
else:
allowed_origin = [allowed_origin]
if not isinstance(expose_header, (list, tuple)):
if expose_header is None:
expose_header = []
else:
expose_header = [expose_header]
rule = CORSRule(allowed_method, allowed_origin, id, allowed_header,
max_age_seconds, expose_header)
self.append(rule)
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