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{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings #-}
{-# LANGUAGE BangPatterns #-}
module Snap.Snaplet.Internal.Initializer
( addPostInitHook
, addPostInitHookBase
, toSnapletHook
, bracketInit
, modifyCfg
, nestSnaplet
, embedSnaplet
, makeSnaplet
, nameSnaplet
, onUnload
, addRoutes
, wrapSite
, runInitializer
, runSnaplet
, combineConfig
, serveSnaplet
, printInfo
) where
import Prelude hiding (catch)
import Control.Concurrent.MVar
import Control.Error
import Control.Exception (SomeException)
import Control.Lens
import Control.Monad
import Control.Monad.CatchIO hiding (Handler)
import Control.Monad.Reader
import Control.Monad.State
import Control.Monad.Trans.Writer hiding (pass)
import Data.ByteString.Char8 (ByteString)
import qualified Data.ByteString.Char8 as B
import Data.Configurator
import Data.IORef
import Data.Maybe
import Data.Text (Text)
import qualified Data.Text as T
import Snap.Http.Server
import Snap.Core
import Snap.Util.GZip
import System.Directory
import System.Directory.Tree
import System.FilePath.Posix
import System.IO
import Snap.Snaplet.Config
import qualified Snap.Snaplet.Internal.LensT as LT
import qualified Snap.Snaplet.Internal.Lensed as L
import Snap.Snaplet.Internal.Types
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | 'get' for InitializerState.
iGet :: Initializer b v (InitializerState b)
iGet = Initializer $ LT.getBase
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | 'modify' for InitializerState.
iModify :: (InitializerState b -> InitializerState b) -> Initializer b v ()
iModify f = Initializer $ do
b <- LT.getBase
LT.putBase $ f b
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | 'gets' for InitializerState.
iGets :: (InitializerState b -> a) -> Initializer b v a
iGets f = Initializer $ do
b <- LT.getBase
return $ f b
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Converts a plain hook into a Snaplet hook.
toSnapletHook :: (v -> EitherT Text IO v)
-> (Snaplet v -> EitherT Text IO (Snaplet v))
toSnapletHook f (Snaplet cfg val) = do
val' <- f val
return $! Snaplet cfg val'
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Adds an IO action that modifies the current snaplet state to be run at
-- the end of initialization on the state that was created. This makes it
-- easier to allow one snaplet's state to be modified by another snaplet's
-- initializer. A good example of this is when a snaplet has templates that
-- define its views. The Heist snaplet provides the 'addTemplates' function
-- which allows other snaplets to set up their own templates. 'addTemplates'
-- is implemented using this function.
addPostInitHook :: (v -> EitherT Text IO v)
-> Initializer b v ()
addPostInitHook = addPostInitHook' . toSnapletHook
addPostInitHook' :: (Snaplet v -> EitherT Text IO (Snaplet v))
-> Initializer b v ()
addPostInitHook' h = do
h' <- upHook h
addPostInitHookBase h'
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Variant of addPostInitHook for when you have things wrapped in a Snaplet.
addPostInitHookBase :: (Snaplet b -> EitherT Text IO (Snaplet b))
-> Initializer b v ()
addPostInitHookBase = Initializer . lift . tell . Hook
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Helper function for transforming hooks.
upHook :: (Snaplet v -> EitherT Text IO (Snaplet v))
-> Initializer b v (Snaplet b -> EitherT Text IO (Snaplet b))
upHook h = Initializer $ do
l <- ask
return $ upHook' l h
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Helper function for transforming hooks.
upHook' :: Monad m => SimpleLoupe b a -> (a -> m a) -> b -> m b
upHook' l h b = do
v <- h (b ^# l)
return $ storing l v b
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Modifies the Initializer's SnapletConfig.
modifyCfg :: (SnapletConfig -> SnapletConfig) -> Initializer b v ()
modifyCfg f = iModify $ over curConfig $ \c -> f c
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | If a snaplet has a filesystem presence, this function creates and copies
-- the files if they dont' already exist.
setupFilesystem :: Maybe (IO FilePath)
-- ^ The directory where the snaplet's reference files are
-- stored. Nothing if the snaplet doesn't come with any
-- files that need to be installed.
-> FilePath
-- ^ Directory where the files should be copied.
-> Initializer b v ()
setupFilesystem Nothing _ = return ()
setupFilesystem (Just getSnapletDataDir) targetDir = do
exists <- liftIO $ doesDirectoryExist targetDir
unless exists $ do
printInfo "...setting up filesystem"
liftIO $ createDirectoryIfMissing True targetDir
srcDir <- liftIO getSnapletDataDir
liftIO $ readDirectoryWith (doCopy srcDir targetDir) srcDir
return ()
where
doCopy srcRoot targetRoot filename = do
createDirectoryIfMissing True directory
copyFile filename toDir
where
toDir = targetRoot </> makeRelative srcRoot filename
directory = dropFileName toDir
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | All snaplet initializers must be wrapped in a call to @makeSnaplet@,
-- which handles standardized housekeeping common to all snaplets.
-- Common usage will look something like
-- this:
--
-- @
-- fooInit :: SnapletInit b Foo
-- fooInit = makeSnaplet \"foo\" \"An example snaplet\" Nothing $ do
-- -- Your initializer code here
-- return $ Foo 42
-- @
--
-- Note that you're writing your initializer code in the Initializer monad,
-- and makeSnaplet converts it into an opaque SnapletInit type. This allows
-- us to use the type system to ensure that the API is used correctly.
makeSnaplet :: Text
-- ^ A default id for this snaplet. This is only used when
-- the end-user has not already set an id using the
-- nameSnaplet function.
-> Text
-- ^ A human readable description of this snaplet.
-> Maybe (IO FilePath)
-- ^ The path to the directory holding the snaplet's reference
-- filesystem content. This will almost always be the
-- directory returned by Cabal's getDataDir command, but it
-- has to be passed in because it is defined in a
-- package-specific import. Setting this value to Nothing
-- doesn't preclude the snaplet from having files in in the
-- filesystem, it just means that they won't be copied there
-- automatically.
-> Initializer b v v
-- ^ Snaplet initializer.
-> SnapletInit b v
makeSnaplet snapletId desc getSnapletDataDir m = SnapletInit $ do
modifyCfg $ \c -> if isNothing $ _scId c
then set scId (Just snapletId) c else c
sid <- iGets (T.unpack . fromJust . _scId . _curConfig)
topLevel <- iGets _isTopLevel
unless topLevel $ do
modifyCfg $ over scUserConfig (subconfig (T.pack sid))
modifyCfg $ \c -> set scFilePath
(_scFilePath c </> "snaplets" </> sid) c
iModify (set isTopLevel False)
modifyCfg $ set scDescription desc
cfg <- iGets _curConfig
printInfo $ T.pack $ concat
["Initializing "
,sid
," @ /"
,B.unpack $ buildPath $ _scRouteContext cfg
]
-- This has to happen here because it needs to be after scFilePath is set
-- up but before the config file is read.
setupFilesystem getSnapletDataDir (_scFilePath cfg)
env <- iGets _environment
let configLocation = _scFilePath cfg </> (env ++ ".cfg")
liftIO $ addToConfig [Optional configLocation]
(_scUserConfig cfg)
mkSnaplet m
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Internal function that gets the SnapletConfig out of the initializer
-- state and uses it to create a (Snaplet a).
mkSnaplet :: Initializer b v a -> Initializer b v (Snaplet a)
mkSnaplet m = do
res <- m
cfg <- iGets _curConfig
return $ Snaplet cfg res
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Brackets an initializer computation, restoring curConfig after the
-- computation returns.
bracketInit :: Initializer b v a -> Initializer b v a
bracketInit m = do
s <- iGet
res <- m
iModify (set curConfig (_curConfig s))
return res
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Handles modifications to InitializerState that need to happen before a
-- snaplet is called with either nestSnaplet or embedSnaplet.
setupSnapletCall :: ByteString -> Initializer b v ()
setupSnapletCall rte = do
curId <- iGets (fromJust . _scId . _curConfig)
modifyCfg (over scAncestry (curId:))
modifyCfg (over scId (const Nothing))
unless (B.null rte) $ modifyCfg (over scRouteContext (rte:))
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Runs another snaplet's initializer and returns the initialized Snaplet
-- value. Calling an initializer with nestSnaplet gives the nested snaplet
-- access to the same base state that the current snaplet has. This makes it
-- possible for the child snaplet to make use of functionality provided by
-- sibling snaplets.
nestSnaplet :: ByteString
-- ^ The root url for all the snaplet's routes. An empty
-- string gives the routes the same root as the parent
-- snaplet's routes.
-> SnapletLens v v1
-- ^ Lens identifying the snaplet
-> SnapletInit b v1
-- ^ The initializer function for the subsnaplet.
-> Initializer b v (Snaplet v1)
nestSnaplet rte l (SnapletInit snaplet) =
with l $ bracketInit $ do
setupSnapletCall rte
snaplet
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Runs another snaplet's initializer and returns the initialized Snaplet
-- value. The difference between this and nestSnaplet is the first type
-- parameter in the third argument. The \"v1 v1\" makes the child snaplet
-- think that it is top-level, which means that it will not be able to use
-- functionality provided by snaplets included above it in the snaplet tree.
-- This strongly isolates the child snaplet, and allows you to eliminate the b
-- type variable. The embedded snaplet can still get functionality from other
-- snaplets, but only if it nests or embeds the snaplet itself.
embedSnaplet :: ByteString
-- ^ The root url for all the snaplet's routes. An empty
-- string gives the routes the same root as the parent
-- snaplet's routes.
--
-- NOTE: Because of the stronger isolation provided by
-- embedSnaplet, you should be more careful about using an
-- empty string here.
-> SnapletLens v v1
-- ^ Lens identifying the snaplet
-> SnapletInit v1 v1
-- ^ The initializer function for the subsnaplet.
-> Initializer b v (Snaplet v1)
embedSnaplet rte l (SnapletInit snaplet) = bracketInit $ do
curLens <- getLens
setupSnapletCall ""
chroot rte (cloneLens curLens . subSnaplet l) snaplet
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Changes the base state of an initializer.
chroot :: ByteString
-> SnapletLens (Snaplet b) v1
-> Initializer v1 v1 a
-> Initializer b v a
chroot rte l (Initializer m) = do
curState <- iGet
((a,s), (Hook hook)) <- liftIO $ runWriterT $ LT.runLensT m id $
curState {
_handlers = [],
_hFilter = id
}
let handler = chrootHandler l $ _hFilter s $ route $ _handlers s
iModify $ over handlers (++[(rte,handler)])
. set cleanup (_cleanup s)
addPostInitHookBase $ upHook' l hook
return a
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Changes the base state of a handler.
chrootHandler :: SnapletLens (Snaplet v) b'
-> Handler b' b' a -> Handler b v a
chrootHandler l (Handler h) = Handler $ do
s <- get
(a, s') <- liftSnap $ L.runLensed h id (s ^# l)
modify $ storing l s'
return a
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Sets a snaplet's name. All snaplets have a default name set by the
-- snaplet author. This function allows you to override that name. You will
-- have to do this if you have more than one instance of the same kind of
-- snaplet because snaplet names must be unique. This function must
-- immediately surround the snaplet's initializer. For example:
--
-- @fooState <- nestSnaplet \"fooA\" $ nameSnaplet \"myFoo\" $ fooInit@
nameSnaplet :: Text
-- ^ The snaplet name
-> SnapletInit b v
-- ^ The snaplet initializer function
-> SnapletInit b v
nameSnaplet nm (SnapletInit m) = SnapletInit $
modifyCfg (set scId (Just nm)) >> m
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Adds routing to the current 'Handler'. The new routes are merged with
-- the main routing section and take precedence over existing routing that was
-- previously defined.
addRoutes :: [(ByteString, Handler b v ())]
-> Initializer b v ()
addRoutes rs = do
l <- getLens
ctx <- iGets (_scRouteContext . _curConfig)
let modRoute (r,h) = ( buildPath (r:ctx)
, setPattern r >> withTop' l h)
let rs' = map modRoute rs
iModify (\v -> over handlers (++rs') v)
where
setPattern r = do
p <- getRoutePattern
when (isNothing p) $ setRoutePattern r
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Wraps the /base/ snaplet's routing in another handler, allowing you to run
-- code before and after all routes in an application.
--
-- Here are some examples of things you might do:
--
-- > wrapSite (\site -> logHandlerStart >> site >> logHandlerFinished)
-- > wrapSite (\site -> ensureAdminUser >> site)
--
wrapSite :: (Handler b v () -> Handler b v ())
-- ^ Handler modifier function
-> Initializer b v ()
wrapSite f0 = do
f <- mungeFilter f0
iModify (\v -> over hFilter (f.) v)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
mungeFilter :: (Handler b v () -> Handler b v ())
-> Initializer b v (Handler b b () -> Handler b b ())
mungeFilter f = do
myLens <- Initializer ask
return $ \m -> with' myLens $ f' m
where
f' (Handler m) = f $ Handler $ L.withTop id m
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Attaches an unload handler to the snaplet. The unload handler will be
-- called when the server shuts down, or is reloaded.
onUnload :: IO () -> Initializer b v ()
onUnload m = do
cleanupRef <- iGets _cleanup
liftIO $ atomicModifyIORef cleanupRef f
where
f curCleanup = (curCleanup >> m, ())
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- |
logInitMsg :: IORef Text -> Text -> IO ()
logInitMsg ref msg = atomicModifyIORef ref (\cur -> (cur `T.append` msg, ()))
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Initializers should use this function for all informational or error
-- messages to be displayed to the user. On application startup they will be
-- sent to the console. When executed from the reloader, they will be sent
-- back to the user in the HTTP response.
printInfo :: Text -> Initializer b v ()
printInfo msg = do
logRef <- iGets _initMessages
liftIO $ logInitMsg logRef (msg `T.append` "\n")
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Builds an IO reload action for storage in the SnapletState.
mkReloader :: FilePath
-> String
-> MVar (Snaplet b)
-> IORef (IO ())
-> Initializer b b (Snaplet b)
-> IO (Either Text Text)
mkReloader cwd env mvar cleanupRef i = do
join $ readIORef cleanupRef
!res <- runInitializer' mvar env i cwd
either (return . Left) good res
where
good (b,is) = do
_ <- swapMVar mvar b
msgs <- readIORef $ _initMessages is
return $ Right msgs
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Runs a top-level snaplet in the Snap monad.
runBase :: Handler b b a
-> MVar (Snaplet b)
-> Snap a
runBase (Handler m) mvar = do
!b <- liftIO (readMVar mvar)
(!a, _) <- L.runLensed m id b
return $! a
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Internal function for running Initializers. If any exceptions were
-- thrown by the initializer, this function catches them, runs any cleanup
-- actions that had been registered, and returns an expanded error message
-- containing the exception details as well as all messages generated by the
-- initializer before the exception was thrown.
runInitializer :: MVar (Snaplet b)
-> String
-> Initializer b b (Snaplet b)
-> IO (Either Text (Snaplet b, InitializerState b))
runInitializer mvar env b =
getCurrentDirectory >>= runInitializer' mvar env b
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
runInitializer' :: MVar (Snaplet b)
-> String
-> Initializer b b (Snaplet b)
-> FilePath
-> IO (Either Text (Snaplet b, InitializerState b))
runInitializer' mvar env b@(Initializer i) cwd = do
cleanupRef <- newIORef (return ())
let builtinHandlers = [("/admin/reload", reloadSite)]
let cfg = SnapletConfig [] cwd Nothing "" empty [] Nothing
(mkReloader cwd env mvar cleanupRef b)
logRef <- newIORef ""
let body = runEitherT $ do
((res, s), (Hook hook)) <- lift $ runWriterT $ LT.runLensT i id $
InitializerState True cleanupRef builtinHandlers id cfg logRef
env
res' <- hook res
right (res', s)
handler e = do
join $ readIORef cleanupRef
logMessages <- readIORef logRef
return $ Left $ T.unlines
[ "Initializer threw an exception..."
, T.pack $ show (e :: SomeException)
, ""
, "...but before it died it generated the following output:"
, logMessages
]
catch body handler
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Given an environment and a Snaplet initializer, produce a concatenated log
-- of all messages generated during initialization, a snap handler, and a
-- cleanup action. The environment is an arbitrary string such as \"devel\" or
-- \"production\". This string is used to determine the name of the
-- configuration files used by each snaplet. If an environment of Nothing is
-- used, then runSnaplet defaults to \"devel\".
runSnaplet :: Maybe String -> SnapletInit b b -> IO (Text, Snap (), IO ())
runSnaplet env (SnapletInit b) = do
snapletMVar <- newEmptyMVar
eRes <- runInitializer snapletMVar (fromMaybe "devel" env) b
let go (siteSnaplet,is) = do
putMVar snapletMVar siteSnaplet
msgs <- liftIO $ readIORef $ _initMessages is
let handler = runBase (_hFilter is $ route $ _handlers is) snapletMVar
cleanupAction <- readIORef $ _cleanup is
return (msgs, handler, cleanupAction)
either (error . ('\n':) . T.unpack) go eRes
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Given a configuration and a snap handler, complete it and produce the
-- completed configuration as well as a new toplevel handler with things like
-- compression and a 500 handler set up.
combineConfig :: Config Snap a -> Snap () -> IO (Config Snap a, Snap ())
combineConfig config handler = do
conf <- completeConfig config
let catch500 = (flip catch $ fromJust $ getErrorHandler conf)
let compress = if fromJust (getCompression conf)
then withCompression else id
let site = compress $ catch500 handler
return (conf, site)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- | Initialize and run a Snaplet. This function parses command-line arguments,
-- runs the given Snaplet initializer, and starts an HTTP server running the
-- Snaplet's toplevel 'Handler'.
serveSnaplet :: Config Snap AppConfig
-- ^ The configuration of the server - you can usually pass a
-- default 'Config' via
-- 'Snap.Http.Server.Config.defaultConfig'.
-> SnapletInit b b
-- ^ The snaplet initializer function.
-> IO ()
serveSnaplet startConfig initializer = do
config <- commandLineAppConfig startConfig
let env = appEnvironment =<< getOther config
(msgs, handler, doCleanup) <- runSnaplet env initializer
(conf, site) <- combineConfig config handler
createDirectoryIfMissing False "log"
let serve = simpleHttpServe conf
liftIO $ hPutStrLn stderr $ T.unpack msgs
_ <- try $ serve $ site
:: IO (Either SomeException ())
doCleanup
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