Source code for socketio.handler

import sys
import re
import gevent
import urlparse

from gevent.pywsgi import WSGIHandler
from socketio import transports

[docs]class SocketIOHandler(WSGIHandler): RE_REQUEST_URL = re.compile(r""" ^/(?P<resource>.+?) /1 /(?P<transport_id>[^/]+) /(?P<sessid>[^/]+)/?$ """, re.X) RE_HANDSHAKE_URL = re.compile(r"^/(?P<resource>.+?)/1/$", re.X) # new versions (> 0.9.8) call an obscure url with two slashes # instead of a transport when disconnecting # RE_DISCONNECT_URL = re.compile(r""" ^/(?P<resource>.+?) /(?P<protocol_version>[^/]+) //(?P<sessid>[^/]+)/?$ """, re.X) handler_types = { 'websocket': transports.WebsocketTransport, 'flashsocket': transports.FlashSocketTransport, 'htmlfile': transports.HTMLFileTransport, 'xhr-multipart': transports.XHRMultipartTransport, 'xhr-polling': transports.XHRPollingTransport, 'jsonp-polling': transports.JSONPolling, } def __init__(self, config, *args, **kwargs): """Create a new SocketIOHandler. :param config: dict Configuration for timeouts and intervals that will go down to the other components, transports, etc.. """ self.socketio_connection = False self.allowed_paths = None self.config = config super(SocketIOHandler, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.transports = self.handler_types.keys() if self.server.transports: self.transports = self.server.transports if not set(self.transports).issubset(set(self.handler_types)): raise ValueError("transports should be elements of: %s" % (self.handler_types.keys())) def _do_handshake(self, tokens): if tokens["resource"] != self.server.resource: self.log_error(" URL mismatch") else: socket = self.server.get_socket() data = "%s:%s:%s:%s" % (socket.sessid, self.config['heartbeat_timeout'] or '', self.config['close_timeout'] or '', ",".join(self.transports)) self.write_smart(data)
[docs] def write_jsonp_result(self, data, wrapper="0"): self.start_response("200 OK", [ ("Content-Type", "application/javascript"), ]) self.result = ['io.j[%s]("%s");' % (wrapper, data)]
[docs] def write_plain_result(self, data): self.start_response("200 OK", [ ("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", self.environ.get('HTTP_ORIGIN', '*')), ("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials", "true"), ("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", "POST, GET, OPTIONS"), ("Access-Control-Max-Age", 3600), ("Content-Type", "text/plain"), ]) self.result = [data]
[docs] def write_smart(self, data): args = urlparse.parse_qs(self.environ.get("QUERY_STRING")) if "jsonp" in args: self.write_jsonp_result(data, args["jsonp"][0]) else: self.write_plain_result(data) self.process_result()
[docs] def handle_one_response(self): """This function deals with *ONE INCOMING REQUEST* from the web. It will wire and exchange message to the queues for long-polling methods, otherwise, will stay alive for websockets. """ path = self.environ.get('PATH_INFO') # Kick requests to our superclass if not path.lstrip('/').startswith(self.server.resource + '/'): return super(SocketIOHandler, self).handle_one_response() self.status = None self.headers_sent = False self.result = None self.response_length = 0 self.response_use_chunked = False # This is analyzed for each and every HTTP requests involved # in the Socket.IO protocol, whether long-running or long-polling # (read: websocket or xhr-polling methods) request_method = self.environ.get("REQUEST_METHOD") request_tokens = self.RE_REQUEST_URL.match(path) handshake_tokens = self.RE_HANDSHAKE_URL.match(path) disconnect_tokens = self.RE_DISCONNECT_URL.match(path) if handshake_tokens: # Deal with first handshake here, create the Socket and push # the config up. return self._do_handshake(handshake_tokens.groupdict()) elif disconnect_tokens: # it's a disconnect request via XHR tokens = disconnect_tokens.groupdict() elif request_tokens: tokens = request_tokens.groupdict() # and continue... else: # This is no request. Let the WSGI app handle it. return super(SocketIOHandler, self).handle_one_response() # Setup socket sessid = tokens["sessid"] socket = self.server.get_socket(sessid) if not socket: self.handle_bad_request() return [] # Do not say the session is not found, just bad request # so they don't start brute forcing to find open sessions if self.environ['QUERY_STRING'].startswith('disconnect'): # according to specs disconnect requests # have a `disconnect` query string # socket.disconnect() self.handle_disconnect_request() return [] # Setup transport transport = self.handler_types.get(tokens["transport_id"]) # In case this is WebSocket request, switch to the WebSocketHandler # FIXME: fix this ugly class change old_class = None if issubclass(transport, (transports.WebsocketTransport, transports.FlashSocketTransport)): old_class = self.__class__ self.__class__ = self.server.ws_handler_class self.prevent_wsgi_call = True # thank you # TODO: any errors, treat them ?? self.handle_one_response() # does the Websocket dance before we continue # Make the socket object available for WSGI apps self.environ['socketio'] = socket # Create a transport and handle the request likewise self.transport = transport(self, self.config) # transports register their own spawn'd jobs now self.transport.do_exchange(socket, request_method) if not socket.connection_established: # This is executed only on the *first* packet of the establishment # of the virtual Socket connection. socket.connection_established = True socket.state = socket.STATE_CONNECTED socket._spawn_heartbeat() socket._spawn_watcher() try: # We'll run the WSGI app if it wasn't already done. if socket.wsgi_app_greenlet is None: # TODO: why don't we spawn a call to handle_one_response here ? # why call directly the WSGI machinery ? start_response = lambda status, headers, exc=None: None socket.wsgi_app_greenlet = gevent.spawn(self.application, self.environ, start_response) except: self.handle_error(*sys.exc_info()) # we need to keep the connection open if we are an open socket if tokens['transport_id'] in ['flashsocket', 'websocket']: # wait here for all jobs to finished, when they are done gevent.joinall( # Switch back to the old class so references to this don't use the # incorrect class. Useful for debugging. if old_class: self.__class__ = old_class # Clean up circular references so they can be garbage collected. if hasattr(self, 'websocket') and self.websocket: if hasattr(self.websocket, 'environ'): del self.websocket.environ del self.websocket if self.environ: del self.environ
[docs] def handle_bad_request(self): self.close_connection = True self.start_response("400 Bad Request", [ ('Content-Type', 'text/plain'), ('Connection', 'close'), ('Content-Length', 0) ])
[docs] def handle_disconnect_request(self): self.close_connection = True self.start_response("200 OK", [ ('Content-Type', 'text/plain'), ('Connection', 'close'), ('Content-Length', 0) ])