Source code for netlib.http.response

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, division

import warnings
from email.utils import parsedate_tz, formatdate, mktime_tz
import time

from . import cookies
from .headers import Headers
from .message import Message, _native, _always_bytes, MessageData
from .. import utils
from ..odict import ODict

class ResponseData(MessageData):
    def __init__(self, http_version, status_code, reason=None, headers=None, content=None,
                 timestamp_start=None, timestamp_end=None):
        if not isinstance(headers, Headers):
            headers = Headers(headers)

        self.http_version = http_version
        self.status_code = status_code
        self.reason = reason
        self.headers = headers
        self.content = content
        self.timestamp_start = timestamp_start
        self.timestamp_end = timestamp_end

[docs]class Response(Message): """ An HTTP response. """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): = ResponseData(*args, **kwargs) def __repr__(self): if self.content: details = "{}, {}".format( self.headers.get("content-type", "unknown content type"), utils.pretty_size(len(self.content)) ) else: details = "no content" return "Response({status_code} {reason}, {details})".format( status_code=self.status_code, reason=self.reason, details=details ) @property def status_code(self): """ HTTP Status Code, e.g. ``200``. """ return @status_code.setter def status_code(self, status_code): = status_code @property def reason(self): """ HTTP Reason Phrase, e.g. "Not Found". This is always :py:obj:`None` for HTTP2 requests, because HTTP2 responses do not contain a reason phrase. """ return _native( @reason.setter def reason(self, reason): = _always_bytes(reason) @property def cookies(self): """ Get the contents of all Set-Cookie headers. A possibly empty :py:class:`ODict`, where keys are cookie name strings, and values are [value, attr] lists. Value is a string, and attr is an ODictCaseless containing cookie attributes. Within attrs, unary attributes (e.g. HTTPOnly) are indicated by a Null value. """ ret = [] for header in self.headers.get_all("set-cookie"): v = cookies.parse_set_cookie_header(header) if v: name, value, attrs = v ret.append([name, [value, attrs]]) return ODict(ret) @cookies.setter def cookies(self, odict): values = [] for i in odict.lst: header = cookies.format_set_cookie_header(i[0], i[1][0], i[1][1]) values.append(header) self.headers.set_all("set-cookie", values) def refresh(self, now=None): """ This fairly complex and heuristic function refreshes a server response for replay. - It adjusts date, expires and last-modified headers. - It adjusts cookie expiration. """ if not now: now = time.time() delta = now - self.timestamp_start refresh_headers = [ "date", "expires", "last-modified", ] for i in refresh_headers: if i in self.headers: d = parsedate_tz(self.headers[i]) if d: new = mktime_tz(d) + delta self.headers[i] = formatdate(new) c = [] for set_cookie_header in self.headers.get_all("set-cookie"): try: refreshed = cookies.refresh_set_cookie_header(set_cookie_header, delta) except ValueError: refreshed = set_cookie_header c.append(refreshed) if c: self.headers.set_all("set-cookie", c) # Legacy def get_cookies(self): # pragma: no cover warnings.warn(".get_cookies is deprecated, use .cookies instead.", DeprecationWarning) return self.cookies def set_cookies(self, odict): # pragma: no cover warnings.warn(".set_cookies is deprecated, use .cookies instead.", DeprecationWarning) self.cookies = odict