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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2019 RhodeCode GmbH
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3
# (only), as published by the Free Software Foundation.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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# RhodeCode Enterprise Edition, including its added features, Support services,
# and proprietary license terms, please see https://rhodecode.com/licenses/
The base Controller API
Provides the BaseController class for subclassing. And usage in different
import logging
import socket
import markupsafe
import ipaddress
from paste.auth.basic import AuthBasicAuthenticator
from paste.httpexceptions import HTTPUnauthorized, HTTPForbidden, get_exception
from paste.httpheaders import WWW_AUTHENTICATE, AUTHORIZATION
import rhodecode
from rhodecode.apps._base import TemplateArgs
from rhodecode.authentication.base import VCS_TYPE
from rhodecode.lib import auth, utils2
from rhodecode.lib import helpers as h
from rhodecode.lib.auth import AuthUser, CookieStoreWrapper
from rhodecode.lib.exceptions import UserCreationError
from rhodecode.lib.utils import (password_changed, get_enabled_hook_classes)
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import (
str2bool, safe_unicode, AttributeDict, safe_int, sha1, aslist, safe_str)
from rhodecode.model.db import Repository, User, ChangesetComment, UserBookmark
from rhodecode.model.notification import NotificationModel
from rhodecode.model.settings import VcsSettingsModel, SettingsModel
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def _filter_proxy(ip):
Passed in IP addresses in HEADERS can be in a special format of multiple
ips. Those comma separated IPs are passed from various proxies in the
chain of request processing. The left-most being the original client.
We only care about the first IP which came from the org. client.
:param ip: ip string from headers
if ',' in ip:
_ips = ip.split(',')
_first_ip = _ips[0].strip()
log.debug('Got multiple IPs %s, using %s', ','.join(_ips), _first_ip)
return _first_ip
return ip
def _filter_port(ip):
Removes a port from ip, there are 4 main cases to handle here.
- ipv4 eg.
- ipv6 eg. ::1
- ipv4+port eg.
- ipv6+port eg. [::1]:8080
:param ip:
def is_ipv6(ip_addr):
if hasattr(socket, 'inet_pton'):
socket.inet_pton(socket.AF_INET6, ip_addr)
except socket.error:
return False
# fallback to ipaddress
except Exception:
return False
return True
if ':' not in ip: # must be ipv4 pure ip
return ip
if '[' in ip and ']' in ip: # ipv6 with port
return ip.split(']')[0][1:].lower()
# must be ipv6 or ipv4 with port
if is_ipv6(ip):
return ip
ip, _port = ip.split(':')[:2] # means ipv4+port
return ip
def get_ip_addr(environ):
proxy_key = 'HTTP_X_REAL_IP'
proxy_key2 = 'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'
def_key = 'REMOTE_ADDR'
_filters = lambda x: _filter_port(_filter_proxy(x))
ip = environ.get(proxy_key)
if ip:
return _filters(ip)
ip = environ.get(proxy_key2)
if ip:
return _filters(ip)
ip = environ.get(def_key, '')
return _filters(ip)
def get_server_ip_addr(environ, log_errors=True):
hostname = environ.get('SERVER_NAME')
return socket.gethostbyname(hostname)
except Exception as e:
if log_errors:
# in some cases this lookup is not possible, and we don't want to
# make it an exception in logs
log.exception('Could not retrieve server ip address: %s', e)
return hostname
def get_server_port(environ):
return environ.get('SERVER_PORT')
def get_access_path(environ):
path = environ.get('PATH_INFO')
org_req = environ.get('pylons.original_request')
if org_req:
path = org_req.environ.get('PATH_INFO')
return path
def get_user_agent(environ):
return environ.get('HTTP_USER_AGENT')
def vcs_operation_context(
environ, repo_name, username, action, scm, check_locking=True,
is_shadow_repo=False, check_branch_perms=False, detect_force_push=False):
Generate the context for a vcs operation, e.g. push or pull.
This context is passed over the layers so that hooks triggered by the
vcs operation know details like the user, the user's IP address etc.
:param check_locking: Allows to switch of the computation of the locking
data. This serves mainly the need of the simplevcs middleware to be
able to disable this for certain operations.
# Tri-state value: False: unlock, None: nothing, True: lock
make_lock = None
locked_by = [None, None, None]
is_anonymous = username == User.DEFAULT_USER
user = User.get_by_username(username)
if not is_anonymous and check_locking:
log.debug('Checking locking on repository "%s"', repo_name)
repo = Repository.get_by_repo_name(repo_name)
make_lock, __, locked_by = repo.get_locking_state(
action, user.user_id)
user_id = user.user_id
settings_model = VcsSettingsModel(repo=repo_name)
ui_settings = settings_model.get_ui_settings()
# NOTE(marcink): This should be also in sync with
# rhodecode/apps/ssh_support/lib/backends/base.py:update_environment scm_data
store = [x for x in ui_settings if x.key == '/']
repo_store = ''
if store:
repo_store = store[0].value
scm_data = {
'ip': get_ip_addr(environ),
'username': username,
'user_id': user_id,
'action': action,
'repository': repo_name,
'scm': scm,
'config': rhodecode.CONFIG['__file__'],
'repo_store': repo_store,
'make_lock': make_lock,
'locked_by': locked_by,
'server_url': utils2.get_server_url(environ),
'user_agent': get_user_agent(environ),
'hooks': get_enabled_hook_classes(ui_settings),
'is_shadow_repo': is_shadow_repo,
'detect_force_push': detect_force_push,
'check_branch_perms': check_branch_perms,
return scm_data
class BasicAuth(AuthBasicAuthenticator):
def __init__(self, realm, authfunc, registry, auth_http_code=None,
initial_call_detection=False, acl_repo_name=None):
self.realm = realm
self.initial_call = initial_call_detection
self.authfunc = authfunc
self.registry = registry
self.acl_repo_name = acl_repo_name
self._rc_auth_http_code = auth_http_code
def _get_response_from_code(self, http_code):
return get_exception(safe_int(http_code))
except Exception:
log.exception('Failed to fetch response for code %s', http_code)
return HTTPForbidden
def get_rc_realm(self):
return safe_str(self.registry.rhodecode_settings.get('rhodecode_realm'))
def build_authentication(self):
head = WWW_AUTHENTICATE.tuples('Basic realm="%s"' % self.realm)
if self._rc_auth_http_code and not self.initial_call:
# return alternative HTTP code if alternative http return code
# is specified in RhodeCode config, but ONLY if it's not the
# FIRST call
custom_response_klass = self._get_response_from_code(
return custom_response_klass(headers=head)
return HTTPUnauthorized(headers=head)
def authenticate(self, environ):
authorization = AUTHORIZATION(environ)
if not authorization:
return self.build_authentication()
(authmeth, auth) = authorization.split(' ', 1)
if 'basic' != authmeth.lower():
return self.build_authentication()
auth = auth.strip().decode('base64')
_parts = auth.split(':', 1)
if len(_parts) == 2:
username, password = _parts
auth_data = self.authfunc(
username, password, environ, VCS_TYPE,
registry=self.registry, acl_repo_name=self.acl_repo_name)
if auth_data:
return {'username': username, 'auth_data': auth_data}
if username and password:
# we mark that we actually executed authentication once, at
# that point we can use the alternative auth code
self.initial_call = False
return self.build_authentication()
__call__ = authenticate
def calculate_version_hash(config):
return sha1(
config.get('beaker.session.secret', '') +
def get_current_lang(request):
# NOTE(marcink): remove after pyramid move
return translation.get_lang()[0]
return getattr(request, '_LOCALE_', request.locale_name)
def attach_context_attributes(context, request, user_id=None):
Attach variables into template context called `c`.
config = request.registry.settings
rc_config = SettingsModel().get_all_settings(cache=True)
context.rhodecode_version = rhodecode.__version__
context.rhodecode_edition = config.get('rhodecode.edition')
# unique secret + version does not leak the version but keep consistency
context.rhodecode_version_hash = calculate_version_hash(config)
# Default language set for the incoming request
context.language = get_current_lang(request)
# Visual options
context.visual = AttributeDict({})
# DB stored Visual Items
context.visual.show_public_icon = str2bool(
context.visual.show_private_icon = str2bool(
context.visual.stylify_metatags = str2bool(
context.visual.dashboard_items = safe_int(
rc_config.get('rhodecode_dashboard_items', 100))
context.visual.admin_grid_items = safe_int(
rc_config.get('rhodecode_admin_grid_items', 100))
context.visual.show_revision_number = str2bool(
rc_config.get('rhodecode_show_revision_number', True))
context.visual.show_sha_length = safe_int(
rc_config.get('rhodecode_show_sha_length', 100))
context.visual.repository_fields = str2bool(
context.visual.show_version = str2bool(
context.visual.use_gravatar = str2bool(
context.visual.gravatar_url = rc_config.get('rhodecode_gravatar_url')
context.visual.default_renderer = rc_config.get(
'rhodecode_markup_renderer', 'rst')
context.visual.comment_types = ChangesetComment.COMMENT_TYPES
context.visual.rhodecode_support_url = \
rc_config.get('rhodecode_support_url') or h.route_url('rhodecode_support')
context.visual.affected_files_cut_off = 60
context.pre_code = rc_config.get('rhodecode_pre_code')
context.post_code = rc_config.get('rhodecode_post_code')
context.rhodecode_name = rc_config.get('rhodecode_title')
context.default_encodings = aslist(config.get('default_encoding'), sep=',')
# if we have specified default_encoding in the request, it has more
# priority
if request.GET.get('default_encoding'):
context.default_encodings.insert(0, request.GET.get('default_encoding'))
context.clone_uri_tmpl = rc_config.get('rhodecode_clone_uri_tmpl')
context.clone_uri_ssh_tmpl = rc_config.get('rhodecode_clone_uri_ssh_tmpl')
# INI stored
context.labs_active = str2bool(
config.get('labs_settings_active', 'false'))
context.ssh_enabled = str2bool(
config.get('ssh.generate_authorized_keyfile', 'false'))
context.ssh_key_generator_enabled = str2bool(
config.get('ssh.enable_ui_key_generator', 'true'))
context.visual.allow_repo_location_change = str2bool(
config.get('allow_repo_location_change', True))
context.visual.allow_custom_hooks_settings = str2bool(
config.get('allow_custom_hooks_settings', True))
context.debug_style = str2bool(config.get('debug_style', False))
context.rhodecode_instanceid = config.get('instance_id')
context.visual.cut_off_limit_diff = safe_int(
context.visual.cut_off_limit_file = safe_int(
# AppEnlight
context.appenlight_enabled = str2bool(config.get('appenlight', 'false'))
context.appenlight_api_public_key = config.get(
'appenlight.api_public_key', '')
context.appenlight_server_url = config.get('appenlight.server_url', '')
diffmode = {
"unified": "unified",
"sideside": "sideside"
if diffmode and diffmode != request.session.get('rc_user_session_attr.diffmode'):
request.session['rc_user_session_attr.diffmode'] = diffmode
# session settings per user
session_attrs = {
# defaults
"clone_url_format": "http",
"diffmode": "sideside"
for k, v in request.session.items():
pref = 'rc_user_session_attr.'
if k and k.startswith(pref):
k = k[len(pref):]
session_attrs[k] = v
context.user_session_attrs = session_attrs
# JS template context
context.template_context = {
'repo_name': None,
'repo_type': None,
'repo_landing_commit': None,
'rhodecode_user': {
'username': None,
'email': None,
'notification_status': False
'session_attrs': session_attrs,
'visual': {
'default_renderer': None
'commit_data': {
'commit_id': None
'pull_request_data': {'pull_request_id': None},
'timeago': {
'refresh_time': 120 * 1000,
'cutoff_limit': 1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 7
'pyramid_dispatch': {
'extra': {'plugins': {}}
context.csrf_token = auth.get_csrf_token(session=request.session)
context.backends = rhodecode.BACKENDS.keys()
unread_count = 0
user_bookmark_list = []
if user_id:
unread_count = NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(user_id)
user_bookmark_list = UserBookmark.get_bookmarks_for_user(user_id)
context.unread_notifications = unread_count
context.bookmark_items = user_bookmark_list
# web case
if hasattr(request, 'user'):
context.auth_user = request.user
context.rhodecode_user = request.user
# api case
if hasattr(request, 'rpc_user'):
context.auth_user = request.rpc_user
context.rhodecode_user = request.rpc_user
# attach the whole call context to the request
request.call_context = context
def get_auth_user(request):
environ = request.environ
session = request.session
ip_addr = get_ip_addr(environ)
# make sure that we update permissions each time we call controller
_auth_token = (request.GET.get('auth_token', '') or
request.GET.get('api_key', ''))
if _auth_token:
# when using API_KEY we assume user exists, and
# doesn't need auth based on cookies.
auth_user = AuthUser(api_key=_auth_token, ip_addr=ip_addr)
authenticated = False
cookie_store = CookieStoreWrapper(session.get('rhodecode_user'))
auth_user = AuthUser(user_id=cookie_store.get('user_id', None),
except UserCreationError as e:
h.flash(e, 'error')
# container auth or other auth functions that create users
# on the fly can throw this exception signaling that there's
# issue with user creation, explanation should be provided
# in Exception itself. We then create a simple blank
# AuthUser
auth_user = AuthUser(ip_addr=ip_addr)
# in case someone changes a password for user it triggers session
# flush and forces a re-login
if password_changed(auth_user, session):
cookie_store = CookieStoreWrapper(session.get('rhodecode_user'))
auth_user = AuthUser(ip_addr=ip_addr)
authenticated = cookie_store.get('is_authenticated')
if not auth_user.is_authenticated and auth_user.is_user_object:
# user is not authenticated and not empty
return auth_user
def h_filter(s):
Custom filter for Mako templates. Mako by standard uses `markupsafe.escape`
we wrap this with additional functionality that converts None to empty
if s is None:
return markupsafe.Markup()
return markupsafe.escape(s)
def add_events_routes(config):
Adds routing that can be used in events. Because some events are triggered
outside of pyramid context, we need to bootstrap request with some
routing registered
from rhodecode.apps._base import ADMIN_PREFIX
config.add_route(name='home', pattern='/')
config.add_route(name='login', pattern=ADMIN_PREFIX + '/login')
config.add_route(name='logout', pattern=ADMIN_PREFIX + '/logout')
config.add_route(name='repo_summary', pattern='/{repo_name}')
config.add_route(name='repo_summary_explicit', pattern='/{repo_name}/summary')
config.add_route(name='repo_group_home', pattern='/{repo_group_name}')
def bootstrap_config(request):
import pyramid.testing
registry = pyramid.testing.Registry('RcTestRegistry')
config = pyramid.testing.setUp(registry=registry, request=request)
# allow pyramid lookup in testing
return config
def bootstrap_request(**kwargs):
import pyramid.testing
class TestRequest(pyramid.testing.DummyRequest):
application_url = kwargs.pop('application_url', 'http://example.com')
host = kwargs.pop('host', 'example.com:80')
domain = kwargs.pop('domain', 'example.com')
def translate(self, msg):
return msg
def plularize(self, singular, plural, n):
return singular
def get_partial_renderer(self, tmpl_name):
from rhodecode.lib.partial_renderer import get_partial_renderer
return get_partial_renderer(request=self, tmpl_name=tmpl_name)
_call_context = TemplateArgs()
_call_context.visual = TemplateArgs()
_call_context.visual.show_sha_length = 12
_call_context.visual.show_revision_number = True
def call_context(self):
return self._call_context
class TestDummySession(pyramid.testing.DummySession):
def save(*arg, **kw):
request = TestRequest(**kwargs)
request.session = TestDummySession()
return request