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# encoding: utf-8
module Paperclip
# The Attachment class manages the files for a given attachment. It saves
# when the model saves, deletes when the model is destroyed, and processes
# the file upon assignment.
class Attachment
include IOStream
def self.default_options
@default_options ||= {
:url => "/system/:attachment/:id/:style/:filename",
:path => ":rails_root/public:url",
:styles => {},
:processors => [:thumbnail],
:convert_options => {},
:default_url => "/:attachment/:style/missing.png",
:default_style => :original,
:storage => :filesystem,
:use_timestamp => true,
:whiny => Paperclip.options[:whiny] || Paperclip.options[:whiny_thumbnails],
:use_default_time_zone => true,
:hash_digest => "SHA1",
:hash_data => ":class/:attachment/:id/:style/:updated_at"
}
end
attr_reader :name, :instance, :default_style, :convert_options, :queued_for_write, :whiny, :options
# Creates an Attachment object. +name+ is the name of the attachment,
# +instance+ is the ActiveRecord object instance it's attached to, and
# +options+ is the same as the hash passed to +has_attached_file+.
def initialize name, instance, options = {}
@name = name
@instance = instance
options = self.class.default_options.merge(options)
@url = options[:url]
@url = @url.call(self) if @url.is_a?(Proc)
@path = options[:path]
@path = @path.call(self) if @path.is_a?(Proc)
@styles = options[:styles]
@normalized_styles = nil
@default_url = options[:default_url]
@default_style = options[:default_style]
@storage = options[:storage]
@use_timestamp = options[:use_timestamp]
@whiny = options[:whiny_thumbnails] || options[:whiny]
@use_default_time_zone = options[:use_default_time_zone]
@hash_digest = options[:hash_digest]
@hash_data = options[:hash_data]
@hash_secret = options[:hash_secret]
@convert_options = options[:convert_options]
@processors = options[:processors]
@options = options
@queued_for_delete = []
@queued_for_write = {}
@errors = {}
@dirty = false
initialize_storage
end
def styles
unless @normalized_styles
@normalized_styles = {}
(@styles.respond_to?(:call) ? @styles.call(self) : @styles).each do |name, args|
@normalized_styles[name] = Paperclip::Style.new(name, args.dup, self)
end
end
@normalized_styles
end
def processors
@processors.respond_to?(:call) ? @processors.call(instance) : @processors
end
# What gets called when you call instance.attachment = File. It clears
# errors, assigns attributes, and processes the file. It
# also queues up the previous file for deletion, to be flushed away on
# #save of its host. In addition to form uploads, you can also assign
# another Paperclip attachment:
# new_user.avatar = old_user.avatar
def assign uploaded_file
ensure_required_accessors!
if uploaded_file.is_a?(Paperclip::Attachment)
uploaded_file = uploaded_file.to_file(:original)
close_uploaded_file = uploaded_file.respond_to?(:close)
end
return nil unless valid_assignment?(uploaded_file)
uploaded_file.binmode if uploaded_file.respond_to? :binmode
self.clear
return nil if uploaded_file.nil?
@queued_for_write[:original] = to_tempfile(uploaded_file)
instance_write(:file_name, uploaded_file.original_filename.strip)
instance_write(:content_type, uploaded_file.content_type.to_s.strip)
instance_write(:file_size, uploaded_file.size.to_i)
instance_write(:fingerprint, generate_fingerprint(uploaded_file))
instance_write(:updated_at, Time.now)
@dirty = true
post_process
# Reset the file size if the original file was reprocessed.
instance_write(:file_size, @queued_for_write[:original].size.to_i)
instance_write(:fingerprint, generate_fingerprint(@queued_for_write[:original]))
ensure
uploaded_file.close if close_uploaded_file
end
# Returns the public URL of the attachment, with a given style. Note that
# this does not necessarily need to point to a file that your web server
# can access and can point to an action in your app, if you need fine
# grained security. This is not recommended if you don't need the
# security, however, for performance reasons. Set use_timestamp to false
# if you want to stop the attachment update time appended to the url
def url(style_name = default_style, use_timestamp = @use_timestamp)
url = original_filename.nil? ? interpolate(@default_url, style_name) : interpolate(@url, style_name)
use_timestamp && updated_at ? [url, updated_at].compact.join(url.include?("?") ? "&" : "?") : url
end
# Returns the path of the attachment as defined by the :path option. If the
# file is stored in the filesystem the path refers to the path of the file
# on disk. If the file is stored in S3, the path is the "key" part of the
# URL, and the :bucket option refers to the S3 bucket.
def path style_name = default_style
original_filename.nil? ? nil : interpolate(@path, style_name)
end
# Alias to +url+
def to_s style_name = nil
url(style_name)
end
# Returns an array containing the errors on this attachment.
def errors
@errors
end
# Returns true if there are changes that need to be saved.
def dirty?
@dirty
end
# Saves the file, if there are no errors. If there are, it flushes them to
# the instance's errors and returns false, cancelling the save.
def save
flush_deletes
flush_writes
@dirty = false
true
end
# Clears out the attachment. Has the same effect as previously assigning
# nil to the attachment. Does NOT save. If you wish to clear AND save,
# use #destroy.
def clear
queue_existing_for_delete
@errors = {}
end
# Destroys the attachment. Has the same effect as previously assigning
# nil to the attachment *and saving*. This is permanent. If you wish to
# wipe out the existing attachment but not save, use #clear.
def destroy
clear
save
end
# Returns the name of the file as originally assigned, and lives in the
# <attachment>_file_name attribute of the model.
def original_filename
instance_read(:file_name)
end
# Returns the size of the file as originally assigned, and lives in the
# <attachment>_file_size attribute of the model.
def size
instance_read(:file_size) || (@queued_for_write[:original] && @queued_for_write[:original].size)
end
# Returns the hash of the file as originally assigned, and lives in the
# <attachment>_fingerprint attribute of the model.
def fingerprint
instance_read(:fingerprint) || (@queued_for_write[:original] && generate_fingerprint(@queued_for_write[:original]))
end
# Returns the content_type of the file as originally assigned, and lives
# in the <attachment>_content_type attribute of the model.
def content_type
instance_read(:content_type)
end
# Returns the last modified time of the file as originally assigned, and
# lives in the <attachment>_updated_at attribute of the model.
def updated_at
time = instance_read(:updated_at)
time && time.to_f.to_i
end
# The time zone to use for timestamp interpolation. Using the default
# time zone ensures that results are consistent across all threads.
def time_zone
@use_default_time_zone ? Time.zone_default : Time.zone
end
# Returns a unique hash suitable for obfuscating the URL of an otherwise
# publicly viewable attachment.
def hash
raise ArgumentError, "Unable to generate hash without :hash_secret" unless @hash_secret
require 'openssl' unless defined?(OpenSSL)
data = interpolate(@hash_data)
OpenSSL::HMAC.hexdigest(OpenSSL::Digest.const_get(@hash_digest).new, @hash_secret, data)
end
def generate_fingerprint(source)
data = source.read
source.rewind if source.respond_to?(:rewind)
Digest::MD5.hexdigest(data)
end
# Paths and URLs can have a number of variables interpolated into them
# to vary the storage location based on name, id, style, class, etc.
# This method is a deprecated access into supplying and retrieving these
# interpolations. Future access should use either Paperclip.interpolates
# or extend the Paperclip::Interpolations module directly.
def self.interpolations
warn('[DEPRECATION] Paperclip::Attachment.interpolations is deprecated ' +
'and will be removed from future versions. ' +
'Use Paperclip.interpolates instead')
Paperclip::Interpolations
end
# This method really shouldn't be called that often. It's expected use is
# in the paperclip:refresh rake task and that's it. It will regenerate all
# thumbnails forcefully, by reobtaining the original file and going through
# the post-process again.
def reprocess!
new_original = Tempfile.new("paperclip-reprocess")
new_original.binmode
if old_original = to_file(:original)
new_original.write( old_original.respond_to?(:get) ? old_original.get : old_original.read )
new_original.rewind
@queued_for_write = { :original => new_original }
post_process
old_original.close if old_original.respond_to?(:close)
save
else
true
end
rescue Errno::EACCES => e
warn "#{e} - skipping file"
false
end
# Returns true if a file has been assigned.
def file?
!original_filename.blank?
end
# Writes the attachment-specific attribute on the instance. For example,
# instance_write(:file_name, "me.jpg") will write "me.jpg" to the instance's
# "avatar_file_name" field (assuming the attachment is called avatar).
def instance_write(attr, value)
setter = :"#{name}_#{attr}="
responds = instance.respond_to?(setter)
self.instance_variable_set("@_#{setter.to_s.chop}", value)
instance.send(setter, value) if responds || attr.to_s == "file_name"
end
# Reads the attachment-specific attribute on the instance. See instance_write
# for more details.
def instance_read(attr)
getter = :"#{name}_#{attr}"
responds = instance.respond_to?(getter)
cached = self.instance_variable_get("@_#{getter}")
return cached if cached
instance.send(getter) if responds || attr.to_s == "file_name"
end
private
def ensure_required_accessors! #:nodoc:
%w(file_name).each do |field|
unless @instance.respond_to?("#{name}_#{field}") && @instance.respond_to?("#{name}_#{field}=")
raise PaperclipError.new("#{@instance.class} model missing required attr_accessor for '#{name}_#{field}'")
end
end
end
def log message #:nodoc:
Paperclip.log(message)
end
def valid_assignment? file #:nodoc:
file.nil? || (file.respond_to?(:original_filename) && file.respond_to?(:content_type))
end
def initialize_storage #:nodoc:
storage_class_name = @storage.to_s.capitalize
begin
@storage_module = Paperclip::Storage.const_get(storage_class_name)
rescue NameError
raise StorageMethodNotFound, "Cannot load storage module '#{storage_class_name}'"
end
self.extend(@storage_module)
end
def extra_options_for(style) #:nodoc:
all_options = convert_options[:all]
all_options = all_options.call(instance) if all_options.respond_to?(:call)
style_options = convert_options[style]
style_options = style_options.call(instance) if style_options.respond_to?(:call)
[ style_options, all_options ].compact.join(" ")
end
def post_process #:nodoc:
return if @queued_for_write[:original].nil?
instance.run_paperclip_callbacks(:post_process) do
instance.run_paperclip_callbacks(:"#{name}_post_process") do
post_process_styles
end
end
end
def post_process_styles #:nodoc:
styles.each do |name, style|
begin
raise RuntimeError.new("Style #{name} has no processors defined.") if style.processors.blank?
@queued_for_write[name] = style.processors.inject(@queued_for_write[:original]) do |file, processor|
Paperclip.processor(processor).make(file, style.processor_options, self)
end
rescue PaperclipError => e
log("An error was received while processing: #{e.inspect}")
(@errors[:processing] ||= []) << e.message if @whiny
end
end
end
def interpolate pattern, style_name = default_style #:nodoc:
Paperclip::Interpolations.interpolate(pattern, self, style_name)
end
def queue_existing_for_delete #:nodoc:
return unless file?
@queued_for_delete += [:original, *styles.keys].uniq.map do |style|
path(style) if exists?(style)
end.compact
instance_write(:file_name, nil)
instance_write(:content_type, nil)
instance_write(:file_size, nil)
instance_write(:updated_at, nil)
end
def flush_errors #:nodoc:
@errors.each do |error, message|
[message].flatten.each {|m| instance.errors.add(name, m) }
end
end
end
end
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