Source code for thamos.swagger_client.rest

# coding: utf-8

"""
    Thoth User API

    No description provided (generated by Swagger Codegen https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen)  # noqa: E501

    OpenAPI spec version: 0.6.0-dev
   
    Generated by: https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen.git
"""

from __future__ import absolute_import

import io
import json
import logging
import re
import ssl

import certifi
# python 2 and python 3 compatibility library
import six
from six.moves.urllib.parse import urlencode

try:
    import urllib3
except ImportError:
    raise ImportError('Swagger python client requires urllib3.')


logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class RESTResponse(io.IOBase): def __init__(self, resp): self.urllib3_response = resp self.status = resp.status self.reason = resp.reason self.data = resp.data
[docs] def getheaders(self): """Returns a dictionary of the response headers.""" return self.urllib3_response.getheaders()
[docs] def getheader(self, name, default=None): """Returns a given response header.""" return self.urllib3_response.getheader(name, default)
[docs]class RESTClientObject(object): def __init__(self, configuration, pools_size=4, maxsize=None): # urllib3.PoolManager will pass all kw parameters to connectionpool # https://github.com/shazow/urllib3/blob/f9409436f83aeb79fbaf090181cd81b784f1b8ce/urllib3/poolmanager.py#L75 # noqa: E501 # https://github.com/shazow/urllib3/blob/f9409436f83aeb79fbaf090181cd81b784f1b8ce/urllib3/connectionpool.py#L680 # noqa: E501 # maxsize is the number of requests to host that are allowed in parallel # noqa: E501 # Custom SSL certificates and client certificates: http://urllib3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced-usage.html # noqa: E501 # cert_reqs if configuration.verify_ssl: cert_reqs = ssl.CERT_REQUIRED else: cert_reqs = ssl.CERT_NONE # ca_certs if configuration.ssl_ca_cert: ca_certs = configuration.ssl_ca_cert else: # if not set certificate file, use Mozilla's root certificates. ca_certs = certifi.where() addition_pool_args = {} if configuration.assert_hostname is not None: addition_pool_args['assert_hostname'] = configuration.assert_hostname # noqa: E501 if maxsize is None: if configuration.connection_pool_maxsize is not None: maxsize = configuration.connection_pool_maxsize else: maxsize = 4 # https pool manager if configuration.proxy: self.pool_manager = urllib3.ProxyManager( num_pools=pools_size, maxsize=maxsize, cert_reqs=cert_reqs, ca_certs=ca_certs, cert_file=configuration.cert_file, key_file=configuration.key_file, proxy_url=configuration.proxy, **addition_pool_args ) else: self.pool_manager = urllib3.PoolManager( num_pools=pools_size, maxsize=maxsize, cert_reqs=cert_reqs, ca_certs=ca_certs, cert_file=configuration.cert_file, key_file=configuration.key_file, **addition_pool_args )
[docs] def request(self, method, url, query_params=None, headers=None, body=None, post_params=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): """Perform requests. :param method: http request method :param url: http request url :param query_params: query parameters in the url :param headers: http request headers :param body: request json body, for `application/json` :param post_params: request post parameters, `application/x-www-form-urlencoded` and `multipart/form-data` :param _preload_content: if False, the urllib3.HTTPResponse object will be returned without reading/decoding response data. Default is True. :param _request_timeout: timeout setting for this request. If one number provided, it will be total request timeout. It can also be a pair (tuple) of (connection, read) timeouts. """ method = method.upper() assert method in ['GET', 'HEAD', 'DELETE', 'POST', 'PUT', 'PATCH', 'OPTIONS'] if post_params and body: raise ValueError( "body parameter cannot be used with post_params parameter." ) post_params = post_params or {} headers = headers or {} timeout = None if _request_timeout: if isinstance(_request_timeout, (int, ) if six.PY3 else (int, long)): # noqa: E501,F821 timeout = urllib3.Timeout(total=_request_timeout) elif (isinstance(_request_timeout, tuple) and len(_request_timeout) == 2): timeout = urllib3.Timeout( connect=_request_timeout[0], read=_request_timeout[1]) if 'Content-Type' not in headers: headers['Content-Type'] = 'application/json' try: # For `POST`, `PUT`, `PATCH`, `OPTIONS`, `DELETE` if method in ['POST', 'PUT', 'PATCH', 'OPTIONS', 'DELETE']: if query_params: url += '?' + urlencode(query_params) if re.search('json', headers['Content-Type'], re.IGNORECASE): request_body = None if body is not None: request_body = json.dumps(body) r = self.pool_manager.request( method, url, body=request_body, preload_content=_preload_content, timeout=timeout, headers=headers) elif headers['Content-Type'] == 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded': # noqa: E501 r = self.pool_manager.request( method, url, fields=post_params, encode_multipart=False, preload_content=_preload_content, timeout=timeout, headers=headers) elif headers['Content-Type'] == 'multipart/form-data': # must del headers['Content-Type'], or the correct # Content-Type which generated by urllib3 will be # overwritten. del headers['Content-Type'] r = self.pool_manager.request( method, url, fields=post_params, encode_multipart=True, preload_content=_preload_content, timeout=timeout, headers=headers) # Pass a `string` parameter directly in the body to support # other content types than Json when `body` argument is # provided in serialized form elif isinstance(body, str): request_body = body r = self.pool_manager.request( method, url, body=request_body, preload_content=_preload_content, timeout=timeout, headers=headers) else: # Cannot generate the request from given parameters msg = """Cannot prepare a request message for provided arguments. Please check that your arguments match declared content type.""" raise ApiException(status=0, reason=msg) # For `GET`, `HEAD` else: r = self.pool_manager.request(method, url, fields=query_params, preload_content=_preload_content, timeout=timeout, headers=headers) except urllib3.exceptions.SSLError as e: msg = "{0}\n{1}".format(type(e).__name__, str(e)) raise ApiException(status=0, reason=msg) if _preload_content: r = RESTResponse(r) # In the python 3, the response.data is bytes. # we need to decode it to string. if six.PY3: r.data = r.data.decode('utf8') # log response body logger.debug("response body: %s", r.data) if not 200 <= r.status <= 299: raise ApiException(http_resp=r) return r
[docs] def GET(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("GET", url, headers=headers, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, query_params=query_params)
[docs] def HEAD(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("HEAD", url, headers=headers, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, query_params=query_params)
[docs] def OPTIONS(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, post_params=None, body=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("OPTIONS", url, headers=headers, query_params=query_params, post_params=post_params, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, body=body)
[docs] def DELETE(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, body=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("DELETE", url, headers=headers, query_params=query_params, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, body=body)
[docs] def POST(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, post_params=None, body=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("POST", url, headers=headers, query_params=query_params, post_params=post_params, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, body=body)
[docs] def PUT(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, post_params=None, body=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("PUT", url, headers=headers, query_params=query_params, post_params=post_params, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, body=body)
[docs] def PATCH(self, url, headers=None, query_params=None, post_params=None, body=None, _preload_content=True, _request_timeout=None): return self.request("PATCH", url, headers=headers, query_params=query_params, post_params=post_params, _preload_content=_preload_content, _request_timeout=_request_timeout, body=body)
[docs]class ApiException(Exception): def __init__(self, status=None, reason=None, http_resp=None): if http_resp: self.status = http_resp.status self.reason = http_resp.reason self.body = http_resp.data self.headers = http_resp.getheaders() else: self.status = status self.reason = reason self.body = None self.headers = None def __str__(self): """Custom error messages for exception""" error_message = "({0})\n"\ "Reason: {1}\n".format(self.status, self.reason) if self.headers: error_message += "HTTP response headers: {0}\n".format( self.headers) if self.body: error_message += "HTTP response body: {0}\n".format(self.body) return error_message