Source code for falcon.routing.compiled

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"""Default routing engine."""

import keyword
import re

TAB_STR = ' ' * 4

[docs]class CompiledRouter(object): """Fast URI router which compiles its routing logic to Python code. Generally you do not need to use this router class directly, as an instance is created by default when the falcon.API class is initialized. The router treats URI paths as a tree of URI segments and searches by checking the URI one segment at a time. Instead of interpreting the route tree for each look-up, it generates inlined, bespoke Python code to perform the search, then compiles that code. This makes the route processing quite fast. """ def __init__(self): self._roots = [] self._find = self._compile() self._code_lines = None self._src = None self._expressions = None self._return_values = None
[docs] def add_route(self, uri_template, method_map, resource): """Adds a route between a URI path template and a resource. Args: uri_template (str): A URI template to use for the route method_map (dict): A mapping of HTTP methods (e.g., 'GET', 'POST') to methods of a resource object. resource (object): The resource instance to associate with the URI template. """ if'\s', uri_template): raise ValueError('URI templates may not include whitespace.') # NOTE(kgriffs): Ensure fields are valid Python identifiers, # since they will be passed as kwargs to responders. fields = re.findall('{([^}]*)}', uri_template) for field in fields: is_identifier = re.match('[A-Za-z_][A-Za-z0-9_]*$', field) if not is_identifier or field in keyword.kwlist: raise ValueError('Field names must be valid identifiers ' '(`{}` invalid).'.format(field)) path = uri_template.strip('/').split('/') def insert(nodes, path_index=0): for node in nodes: segment = path[path_index] if node.matches(segment): path_index += 1 if path_index == len(path): # NOTE(kgriffs): Override previous node node.method_map = method_map node.resource = resource node.uri_template = uri_template else: insert(node.children, path_index) return if node.conflicts_with(segment): msg = ( 'The URI template for this route conflicts with another' "route's template. This is usually caused by using " 'different field names at the same level in the path. ' 'For example, given the route paths ' "'/parents/{id}' and '/parents/{parent_id}/children', " 'the conflict can be resolved by renaming one of the ' 'fields to match the other, i.e.: ' "'/parents/{parent_id}' and '/parents/{parent_id}/children'." ) raise ValueError(msg) # NOTE(richardolsson): If we got this far, the node doesn't already # exist and needs to be created. This builds a new branch of the # routing tree recursively until it reaches the new node leaf. new_node = CompiledRouterNode(path[path_index]) nodes.append(new_node) if path_index == len(path) - 1: new_node.method_map = method_map new_node.resource = resource new_node.uri_template = uri_template else: insert(new_node.children, path_index + 1) insert(self._roots) self._find = self._compile()
[docs] def find(self, uri, req=None): """Search for a route that matches the given partial URI. Args: uri(str): The requested path to route. Keyword Args: req(Request): The Request object that will be passed to the routed responder. Currently the value of this argument is ignored by :class:`~.CompiledRouter`. Routing is based solely on the path. Returns: tuple: A 4-member tuple composed of (resource, method_map, params, uri_template), or ``None`` if no route matches the requested path. """ path = uri.lstrip('/').split('/') params = {} node = self._find(path, self._return_values, self._expressions, params) if node is not None: return node.resource, node.method_map, params, node.uri_template else: return None
def _compile_tree(self, nodes, indent=1, level=0, fast_return=True): """Generates Python code for a routing tree or subtree.""" def line(text, indent_offset=0): pad = TAB_STR * (indent + indent_offset) self._code_lines.append(pad + text) # NOTE(kgriffs): Base case if not nodes: return line('if path_len > %d:' % level) indent += 1 level_indent = indent found_simple = False # NOTE(kgriffs & philiptzou): Sort nodes in this sequence: # static nodes(0), complex var nodes(1) and simple var nodes(2). # so that none of them get masked. nodes = sorted( nodes, key=lambda node: node.is_var + (node.is_var and not node.is_complex)) # NOTE(kgriffs): Down to this branch in the tree, we can do a # fast 'return None'. See if the nodes at this branch are # all still simple, meaning there is only one possible path. if fast_return: if len(nodes) > 1: # NOTE(kgriffs): There's the possibility of more than # one path. var_nodes = [node for node in nodes if node.is_var] found_var_nodes = bool(var_nodes) fast_return = not found_var_nodes for node in nodes: if node.is_var: if node.is_complex: # NOTE(richardolsson): Complex nodes are nodes which # contain anything more than a single literal or variable, # and they need to be checked using a pre-compiled regular # expression. expression_idx = len(self._expressions) self._expressions.append(node.var_regex) line('match = expressions[%d].match(path[%d]) # %s' % ( expression_idx, level, node.var_regex.pattern)) line('if match is not None:') indent += 1 line('params.update(match.groupdict())') else: # NOTE(kgriffs): Simple nodes just capture the entire path # segment as the value for the param. line('params["%s"] = path[%d]' % (node.var_name, level)) # NOTE(kgriffs): We don't allow multiple simple var nodes # to exist at the same level, e.g.: # # /foo/{id}/bar # /foo/{name}/bar # assert len([_node for _node in nodes if _node.is_var and not _node.is_complex]) == 1 found_simple = True else: # NOTE(kgriffs): Not a param, so must match exactly line('if path[%d] == "%s":' % (level, node.raw_segment)) indent += 1 if node.resource is not None: # NOTE(kgriffs): This is a valid route, so we will want to # return the relevant information. resource_idx = len(self._return_values) self._return_values.append(node) self._compile_tree(node.children, indent, level + 1, fast_return) if node.resource is None: if fast_return: line('return None') else: # NOTE(kgriffs): Make sure that we have consumed all of # the segments for the requested route; otherwise we could # mistakenly match "/foo/23/bar" against "/foo/{id}". line('if path_len == %d:' % (level + 1)) line('return return_values[%d]' % resource_idx, 1) if fast_return: line('return None') indent = level_indent if not found_simple and fast_return: line('return None') def _compile(self): """Generates Python code for entire routing tree. The generated code is compiled and the resulting Python method is returned. """ self._return_values = [] self._expressions = [] self._code_lines = [ 'def find(path, return_values, expressions, params):', TAB_STR + 'path_len = len(path)', ] self._compile_tree(self._roots) self._code_lines.append( # PERF(kgriffs): Explicit return of None is faster than implicit TAB_STR + 'return None' ) self._src = '\n'.join(self._code_lines) scope = {} exec(compile(self._src, '<string>', 'exec'), scope) return scope['find']
class CompiledRouterNode(object): """Represents a single URI segment in a URI.""" _regex_vars = re.compile('{([-_a-zA-Z0-9]+)}') def __init__(self, raw_segment, method_map=None, resource=None, uri_template=None): self.children = [] self.raw_segment = raw_segment self.method_map = method_map self.resource = resource self.uri_template = uri_template self.is_var = False self.is_complex = False self.var_name = None seg = raw_segment.replace('.', '\\.') matches = list(self._regex_vars.finditer(seg)) if matches: self.is_var = True # NOTE(richardolsson): if there is a single variable and it spans # the entire segment, the segment is uncomplex and the variable # name is simply the string contained within curly braces. if len(matches) == 1 and matches[0].span() == (0, len(seg)): self.is_complex = False self.var_name = raw_segment[1:-1] else: # NOTE(richardolsson): Complex segments need to be converted # into regular expressions will be used to match and extract # variable values. The regular expressions contain both # literal spans and named group expressions for the variables. self.is_complex = True seg_fields = [] prev_end_idx = 0 for match in matches: var_start_idx, var_end_idx = match.span() seg_fields.append(seg[prev_end_idx:var_start_idx]) var_name = match.groups()[0].replace('-', '_') seg_fields.append('(?P<%s>[^/]+)' % var_name) prev_end_idx = var_end_idx seg_fields.append(seg[prev_end_idx:]) seg_pattern = ''.join(seg_fields) self.var_regex = re.compile(seg_pattern) else: self.is_var = False def matches(self, segment): """Returns True if this node matches the supplied template segment.""" return segment == self.raw_segment def conflicts_with(self, segment): """Returns True if this node conflicts with a given template segment.""" # NOTE(kgriffs): This method assumes that the caller has already # checked if the segment matches. By definition, only unmatched # segments may conflict, so there isn't any sense in calling # conflicts_with in that case. assert not self.matches(segment) # NOTE(kgriffs): Possible combinations are as follows. # # simple, simple ==> True # simple, complex ==> False # simple, string ==> False # complex, simple ==> False # complex, complex ==> (Depend) # complex, string ==> False # string, simple ==> False # string, complex ==> False # string, string ==> False # other = CompiledRouterNode(segment) if self.is_var: # NOTE(kgriffs & philiptzou): Falcon does not accept multiple # simple var nodes exist at the same level as following: # # /foo/{thing1} # /foo/{thing2} # # Nor two complex nodes like this: # # /foo/{thing1}.{ext} # /foo/{thing2}.{ext} # # On the other hand, those are all OK: # # /foo/{thing1} # /foo/all # /foo/{thing1}.{ext} # /foo/{thing2}.detail.{ext} # if self.is_complex: if other.is_complex: return (self._regex_vars.sub('v', self.raw_segment) == self._regex_vars.sub('v', segment)) return False else: return other.is_var and not other.is_complex # NOTE(kgriffs): If self is a static string match, then all the cases # for other are False, so no need to check. return False