testing/mochitest/pywebsocket/mod_pywebsocket/_stream_base.py
author Patrick McManus <mcmanus@ducksong.com>
Fri, 10 Jun 2011 16:52:30 -0400
changeset 71420 2146642133c4cc1ec110788bd352e028ec41be9a
parent 71419 30653af91633061c0179398f726606298d623e65
child 84362 508b748801b73f2abc667deb65bf2d05590b578c
permissions -rw-r--r--
bug 663096 update mochitest/pywebsocket to drain input to avoid RST r=biesi

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"""Base stream class.
"""


# Note: request.connection.write/read are used in this module, even though
# mod_python document says that they should be used only in connection
# handlers. Unfortunately, we have no other options. For example,
# request.write/read are not suitable because they don't allow direct raw bytes
# writing/reading.


from mod_pywebsocket import util


# Exceptions
class ConnectionTerminatedException(Exception):
    """This exception will be raised when a connection is terminated
    unexpectedly.
    """
    pass


class InvalidFrameException(ConnectionTerminatedException):
    """This exception will be raised when we received an invalid frame we
    cannot parse.
    """
    pass


class BadOperationException(RuntimeError):
    """This exception will be raised when send_message() is called on
    server-terminated connection or receive_message() is called on
    client-terminated connection.
    """
    pass


class UnsupportedFrameException(RuntimeError):
    """This exception will be raised when we receive a frame with flag, opcode
    we cannot handle. Handlers can just catch and ignore this exception and
    call receive_message() again to continue processing the next frame.
    """
    pass


class StreamBase(object):
    """Base stream class."""

    def __init__(self, request):
        """Construct an instance.

        Args:
            request: mod_python request.
        """

        self._logger = util.get_class_logger(self)

        self._request = request

    def _read(self, length):
        """Reads length bytes from connection. In case we catch any exception,
        prepends remote address to the exception message and raise again.

        Raises:
            ConnectionTerminatedException: when read returns empty string.
        """

        bytes = self._request.connection.read(length)
        if not bytes:
            raise ConnectionTerminatedException('connection terminated: read failed')
        return bytes

    def _write(self, bytes):
        """Writes given bytes to connection. In case we catch any exception,
        prepends remote address to the exception message and raise again.
        """

        try:
            self._request.connection.write(bytes)
        except Exception, e:
            util.prepend_message_to_exception(
                    'Failed to send message to %r: ' %
                            (self._request.connection.remote_addr,),
                    e)
            raise

    def receive_bytes(self, length):
        """Receives multiple bytes. Retries read when we couldn't receive the
        specified amount.

        Raises:
            ConnectionTerminatedException: when read returns empty string.
        """

        bytes = []
        while length > 0:
            new_bytes = self._read(length)
            bytes.append(new_bytes)
            length -= len(new_bytes)
        return ''.join(bytes)

    def flushread(self):
        try:
          self._request.connection.flushread()
        except:
          pass

    def _read_until(self, delim_char):
        """Reads bytes until we encounter delim_char. The result will not
        contain delim_char.

        Raises:
            ConnectionTerminatedException: when read returns empty string.
        """

        bytes = []
        while True:
            ch = self._read(1)
            if ch == delim_char:
                break
            bytes.append(ch)
        return ''.join(bytes)


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