Source code for mezzanine.utils.views

from __future__ import division, unicode_literals
from future.builtins import int

from datetime import datetime, timedelta

    from urllib.parse import urlencode
except ImportError:  # Python 2
    from urllib import urlencode
    from urllib.request import Request, urlopen
except ImportError:  # Python 2
    from urllib2 import Request, urlopen

import django
from django.contrib.auth import get_permission_codename
from django.core.paginator import Paginator, InvalidPage, EmptyPage
from django.forms import EmailField, URLField, Textarea
from django.template import RequestContext
from django.template.response import TemplateResponse
from django.utils.translation import ugettext as _

import mezzanine
from mezzanine.conf import settings
from mezzanine.utils.importing import import_dotted_path
from mezzanine.utils.sites import has_site_permission

[docs]def is_editable(obj, request): """ Returns ``True`` if the object is editable for the request. First check for a custom ``editable`` handler on the object, otherwise use the logged in user and check change permissions for the object's model. """ if hasattr(obj, "is_editable"): return obj.is_editable(request) else: codename = get_permission_codename("change", obj._meta) perm = "%s.%s" % (obj._meta.app_label, codename) return (request.user.is_authenticated() and has_site_permission(request.user) and request.user.has_perm(perm))
[docs]def ip_for_request(request): """ Returns ip address for request - first checks ``HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR`` header, since app will generally be behind a public web server. """ meta = request.META return meta.get("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR", meta["REMOTE_ADDR"]).split(",")[0]
[docs]def is_spam_akismet(request, form, url): """ Identifies form data as being spam, using the service. The Akismet API key should be specified in the ``AKISMET_API_KEY`` setting. This function is the default spam handler defined in the ``SPAM_FILTERS`` setting. The name, email, url and comment fields are all guessed from the form fields: * name: First field labelled "Name", also taking i18n into account. * email: First ``EmailField`` field. * url: First ``URLField`` field. * comment: First field with a ``Textarea`` widget. If the actual comment can't be extracted, spam checking is passed. The referrer field expects a hidden form field to pass the referrer through, since the HTTP_REFERER will be the URL the form is posted from. The hidden referrer field is made available by default with the ``{% fields_for %}`` templatetag used for rendering form fields. """ if not settings.AKISMET_API_KEY: return False protocol = "http" if not request.is_secure() else "https" host = protocol + "://" + request.get_host() data = { "blog": host, "user_ip": ip_for_request(request), "user_agent": request.META.get("HTTP_USER_AGENT", ""), "referrer": request.POST.get("referrer", ""), "permalink": host + url, "comment_type": "comment" if "comment" in request.POST else "form", } for name, field in form.fields.items(): data_field = None if field.label and field.label.lower() in ("name", _("Name").lower()): data_field = "comment_author" elif isinstance(field, EmailField): data_field = "comment_author_email" elif isinstance(field, URLField): data_field = "comment_author_url" elif isinstance(field.widget, Textarea): data_field = "comment_content" if data_field and not data.get(data_field): cleaned_data = form.cleaned_data.get(name) try: data[data_field] = cleaned_data.encode('utf-8') except UnicodeEncodeError: data[data_field] = cleaned_data if not data.get("comment_content"): return False api_url = ("" % settings.AKISMET_API_KEY) versions = (django.get_version(), mezzanine.__version__) headers = {"User-Agent": "Django/%s | Mezzanine/%s" % versions} try: response = urlopen(Request(api_url, urlencode(data), headers)).read() except Exception: return False return response == "true"
[docs]def is_spam(request, form, url): """ Main entry point for spam handling - called from the comment view and page processor for ``mezzanine.forms``, to check if posted content is spam. Spam filters are configured via the ``SPAM_FILTERS`` setting. """ for spam_filter_path in settings.SPAM_FILTERS: spam_filter = import_dotted_path(spam_filter_path) if spam_filter(request, form, url): return True
[docs]def paginate(objects, page_num, per_page, max_paging_links): """ Return a paginated page for the given objects, giving it a custom ``visible_page_range`` attribute calculated from ``max_paging_links``. """ if not per_page: return Paginator(objects, 0) paginator = Paginator(objects, per_page) try: page_num = int(page_num) except ValueError: page_num = 1 try: objects = except (EmptyPage, InvalidPage): objects = page_range = objects.paginator.page_range if len(page_range) > max_paging_links: start = min(objects.paginator.num_pages - max_paging_links, max(0, objects.number - (max_paging_links // 2) - 1)) page_range = page_range[start:start + max_paging_links] objects.visible_page_range = page_range return objects
[docs]def render(request, templates, dictionary=None, context_instance=None, **kwargs): """ Mimics ``django.shortcuts.render`` but uses a TemplateResponse for ``mezzanine.core.middleware.TemplateForDeviceMiddleware`` """ dictionary = dictionary or {} if context_instance: context_instance.update(dictionary) else: context_instance = RequestContext(request, dictionary) return TemplateResponse(request, templates, context_instance, **kwargs)