Source code for pyapp.conf.loaders.http_loader

import contextlib
import ssl
import tempfile

from typing import TextIO, Tuple
from urllib.error import ContentTooShortError
from urllib.request import urlopen
from yarl import URL

from pyapp.exceptions import InvalidConfiguration
from .base import Loader
from .content_types import registry, content_type_from_url

def retrieve_file(url: URL) -> Tuple[TextIO, str]:
    Fetch a file from a URL (handling SSL).

    This is based off `urllib.request.urlretrieve`.

    if url.scheme not in ("http", "https"):
        raise InvalidConfiguration("Illegal scheme.")

    context = ssl.SSLContext() if url.scheme == "https" else None

    with contextlib.closing(
        urlopen(url, context=context)  # nosec - There is a check above for SSL
    ) as response:
        bs = 1024 * 8
        size = -1
        read = 0

        headers =
        if "Content-Length" in headers:
            size = int(headers["Content-Length"])

        if "Content-Type" in headers:
            content_type = headers["Content-Type"]
            content_type = content_type_from_url(url)

        tfp = tempfile.TemporaryFile()
        while True:
            block =
            if not block:
            read += len(block)

        # Seek to start

    if size >= 0 and read < size:

        raise ContentTooShortError(
            f"retrieval incomplete: got only {read} out of {size} bytes", headers

    return tfp, content_type

[docs]class HttpLoader(Loader): """ Load settings from a file. Usage:: >>> loader = HttpLoader(URL("https://hostname/path/to/settings.json")) >>> settings = dict(loader) """ scheme = ("http", "https") @classmethod def from_url(cls, url: URL) -> Loader: """ Create an instance of :class:`HttpLoader` from :class:`urllib.parse.ParseResult`. """ return HttpLoader(url) def __init__(self, url: URL): self.url = url self._fp = None self.content_type = None def __del__(self): self.close() def __iter__(self): try: self._fp, self.content_type = retrieve_file(self.url) except IOError as ex: raise InvalidConfiguration(f"Unable to load settings: {self}\n{ex}") try: data = registry.parse_file(self._fp, self.content_type) except ValueError as ex: raise InvalidConfiguration(f"Unable to parse JSON file: {self}\n{ex}") # Check we have a valid container object if not isinstance(data, dict): raise InvalidConfiguration( f"Invalid root object, expected a JSON Object: {self}" ) return ((k, v) for k, v in data.items() if k.isupper()) def __str__(self): return str(self.url) def close(self): """ Ensure the file pointer is closed """ if self._fp: self._fp.close() self._fp = None