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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
flask.module
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Implements a class that represents module blueprints.
:copyright: (c) 2010 by Armin Ronacher.
:license: BSD, see LICENSE for more details.
"""
from .helpers import _PackageBoundObject
def _register_module(module, static_path):
"""Internal helper function that returns a function for recording
that registers the `send_static_file` function for the module on
the application of necessary. It also registers the module on
the application.
"""
def _register(state):
state.app.modules[module.name] = module
# do not register the rule if the static folder of the
# module is the same as the one from the application.
if state.app.root_path == module.root_path:
return
path = static_path
if path is None:
path = state.app.static_path
if state.url_prefix:
path = state.url_prefix + path
state.app.add_url_rule(path + '/<path:filename>',
endpoint='%s.static' % module.name,
view_func=module.send_static_file)
return _register
class _ModuleSetupState(object):
def __init__(self, app, url_prefix=None):
self.app = app
self.url_prefix = url_prefix
class Module(_PackageBoundObject):
"""Container object that enables pluggable applications. A module can
be used to organize larger applications. They represent blueprints that,
in combination with a :class:`Flask` object are used to create a large
application.
A module is like an application bound to an `import_name`. Multiple
modules can share the same import names, but in that case a `name` has
to be provided to keep them apart. If different import names are used,
the rightmost part of the import name is used as name.
Here an example structure for a larger appliation::
/myapplication
/__init__.py
/views
/__init__.py
/admin.py
/frontend.py
The `myapplication/__init__.py` can look like this::
from flask import Flask
from myapplication.views.admin import admin
from myapplication.views.frontend import frontend
app = Flask(__name__)
app.register_module(admin, url_prefix='/admin')
app.register_module(frontend)
And here an example view module (`myapplication/views/admin.py`)::
from flask import Module
admin = Module(__name__)
@admin.route('/')
def index():
pass
@admin.route('/login')
def login():
pass
For a gentle introduction into modules, checkout the
:ref:`working-with-modules` section.
.. versionadded:: 0.5
The `static_path` parameter was added and it's now possible for
modules to refer to their own templates and static files. See
:ref:`modules-and-resources` for more information.
:param import_name: the name of the Python package or module
implementing this :class:`Module`.
:param name: the internal short name for the module. Unless specified
the rightmost part of the import name
:param url_prefix: an optional string that is used to prefix all the
URL rules of this module. This can also be specified
when registering the module with the application.
:param static_path: can be used to specify a different path for the
static files on the web. Defaults to ``/static``.
This does not affect the folder the files are served
*from*.
"""
def __init__(self, import_name, name=None, url_prefix=None,
static_path=None):
if name is None:
assert '.' in import_name, 'name required if package name ' \
'does not point to a submodule'
name = import_name.rsplit('.', 1)[1]
_PackageBoundObject.__init__(self, import_name)
self.name = name
self.url_prefix = url_prefix
self._register_events = [_register_module(self, static_path)]
def route(self, rule, **options):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.route` but for a module. The endpoint for the
:func:`url_for` function is prefixed with the name of the module.
"""
def decorator(f):
self.add_url_rule(rule, f.__name__, f, **options)
return f
return decorator
def add_url_rule(self, rule, endpoint, view_func=None, **options):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.add_url_rule` but for a module. The endpoint for
the :func:`url_for` function is prefixed with the name of the module.
"""
def register_rule(state):
the_rule = rule
if state.url_prefix:
the_rule = state.url_prefix + rule
state.app.add_url_rule(the_rule, '%s.%s' % (self.name, endpoint),
view_func, **options)
self._record(register_rule)
def before_request(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.before_request` but for a module. This function
is only executed before each request that is handled by a function of
that module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.before_request_funcs
.setdefault(self.name, []).append(f))
return f
def before_app_request(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.before_request`. Such a function is executed
before each request, even if outside of a module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.before_request_funcs
.setdefault(None, []).append(f))
return f
def after_request(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.after_request` but for a module. This function
is only executed after each request that is handled by a function of
that module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.after_request_funcs
.setdefault(self.name, []).append(f))
return f
def after_app_request(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.after_request` but for a module. Such a function
is executed after each request, even if outside of the module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.after_request_funcs
.setdefault(None, []).append(f))
return f
def context_processor(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.context_processor` but for a module. This
function is only executed for requests handled by a module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.template_context_processors
.setdefault(self.name, []).append(f))
return f
def app_context_processor(self, f):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.context_processor` but for a module. Such a
function is executed each request, even if outside of the module.
"""
self._record(lambda s: s.app.template_context_processors
.setdefault(None, []).append(f))
return f
def app_errorhandler(self, code):
"""Like :meth:`Flask.errorhandler` but for a module. This
handler is used for all requests, even if outside of the module.
.. versionadded:: 0.4
"""
def decorator(f):
self._record(lambda s: s.app.errorhandler(code)(f))
return f
return decorator
def _record(self, func):
self._register_events.append(func)
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