eric6/E5Network/E5RFC6266.py

Sat, 31 Aug 2019 12:58:11 +0200

author
Detlev Offenbach <detlev@die-offenbachs.de>
date
Sat, 31 Aug 2019 12:58:11 +0200
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# Copyright (c) 2015 - 2019 Detlev Offenbach <detlev@die-offenbachs.de>
#

"""
Module implementing a Content-Disposition parser iaw. RFC 6266.
"""

#
# This code is adapted from the rfc6266.py module of qutebrowser.
# Original copyright 2014-2015 Florian Bruhin (The Compiler)
# <mail@qutebrowser.org>
#

from __future__ import unicode_literals

import urllib.parse as parse
import collections
import string
import re

try:
    import pypeg2 as peg

    class UniqueNamespace(peg.Namespace):
        """
        A pyPEG2 namespace which prevents setting a value twice.
        """
        def __setitem__(self, key, value):
            """
            Special method to set an item.
            
            @param key key for the item
            @param value value of the item
            """
            if key in self:
                raise DuplicateParamError(key)
            super(UniqueNamespace, self).__setitem__(key, value)

    # RFC 2616
    separator_chars = "()<>@,;:\\\"/[]?={} \t"      # __IGNORE_WARNING_M613__
    ctl_chars = ''.join(chr(i) for i in range(32)) + chr(127)
    nontoken_chars = separator_chars + ctl_chars

    # RFC 5987
    attr_chars_nonalnum = '!#$&+-.^_`|~'
    attr_chars = string.ascii_letters + string.digits + attr_chars_nonalnum

    # RFC 5987 gives this alternative construction of the token character class
    token_chars = attr_chars + "*'%"        # __IGNORE_WARNING_M601__

    # Definitions from https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2616#section-2.2
    # token was redefined from attr_chars to avoid using AnyBut,
    # which might include non-ascii octets.
    token_re = '[{0}]+'.format(re.escape(token_chars))

    class Token(str):
        """
        A token (RFC 2616, Section 2.2).
        """
        grammar = re.compile(token_re)

    # RFC 2616 says some linear whitespace (LWS) is in fact allowed in text
    # and qdtext; however it also mentions folding that whitespace into
    # a single SP (which isn't in CTL) before interpretation.
    # Assume the caller already that folding when parsing headers.

    # Note: qdtext also allows non-ascii, which we choose to parse
    # as ISO-8859-1; rejecting it entirely would also be permitted.
    # Some broken browsers attempt encoding-sniffing, which is broken
    # because the spec only allows iso, and because encoding-sniffing
    # can mangle valid values.
    # Everything else in this grammar (including RFC 5987 ext values)
    # is in an ascii-safe encoding.

    qdtext_re = r'[^"{0}]'.format(re.escape(ctl_chars))
    quoted_pair_re = r'\\[{0}]'.format(re.escape(
        ''.join(chr(i) for i in range(128))))

    class QuotedString(str):
        """
        A quoted string (RFC 2616, Section 2.2).
        """
        grammar = re.compile(r'"({0}|{1})+"'.format(quoted_pair_re, qdtext_re))

        def __str__(self):
            s = super(QuotedString, self).__str__()
            s = s[1:-1]  # remove quotes
            s = re.sub(r'\\(.)', r'\1', s)  # drop backslashes
            return s

    class Value(str):
        """
        A value. (RFC 2616, Section 3.6).
        """
        grammar = [re.compile(token_re), QuotedString]

    class Charset(str):
        """
        A charset (RFC5987, Section 3.2.1).
        """
        # Other charsets are forbidden, the spec reserves them
        # for future evolutions.
        grammar = re.compile('UTF-8|ISO-8859-1', re.I)

    class Language(str):
        """
        A language-tag (RFC 5646, Section 2.1).

        Fixme: This grammar is not 100% correct yet.
        https://github.com/The-Compiler/qutebrowser/issues/105
        """
        grammar = re.compile('[A-Za-z0-9-]+')

    attr_char_re = '[{0}]'.format(re.escape(attr_chars))
    hex_digit_re = '%[' + string.hexdigits + ']{2}'

    class ValueChars(str):
        """
        A value of an attribute.

        Fixme: Can we merge this with Value?
        https://github.com/The-Compiler/qutebrowser/issues/105
        """
        grammar = re.compile('({0}|{1})*'.format(attr_char_re, hex_digit_re))

    class ExtValue(peg.List):
        """
        An ext-value of an attribute (RFC 5987, Section 3.2).
        """
        grammar = peg.contiguous(Charset, "'", peg.optional(Language), "'",
                                 ValueChars)

    class ExtToken(peg.Symbol):
        """
        A token introducing an extended value (RFC 6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        regex = re.compile(token_re + r'\*')

        def __str__(self):
            return super(ExtToken, self).__str__().lower()

    class NoExtToken(peg.Symbol):
        """
        A token introducing a normal value (RFC 6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        regex = re.compile(token_re + r'(?<!\*)')

        def __str__(self):
            return super(NoExtToken, self).__str__().lower()

    class DispositionParm(str):
        """
        A parameter for the Disposition-Type header (RFC6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        grammar = peg.attr('name', NoExtToken), '=', Value

    class ExtDispositionParm:
        """
        An extended parameter (RFC6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        grammar = peg.attr('name', ExtToken), '=', ExtValue

        def __init__(self, value, name=None):
            self.name = name
            self.value = value

    class DispositionType(peg.List):
        """
        The disposition type (RFC6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        grammar = [re.compile('(inline|attachment)', re.I), Token]

    class DispositionParmList(UniqueNamespace):
        """
        A list of disposition parameters (RFC6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        grammar = peg.maybe_some(';', [ExtDispositionParm, DispositionParm])

    class ContentDispositionValue:
        """
        A complete Content-Disposition value (RFC 6266, Section 4.1).
        """
        # Allows nonconformant final semicolon
        # I've seen it in the wild, and browsers accept it
        # http://greenbytes.de/tech/tc2231/#attwithasciifilenamenqs
        grammar = (peg.attr('dtype', DispositionType),
                   peg.attr('params', DispositionParmList),
                   peg.optional(';'))

    LangTagged = collections.namedtuple('LangTagged', ['string', 'langtag'])

    class DuplicateParamError(Exception):
        """
        Exception raised when a parameter has been given twice.
        """

    class InvalidISO8859Error(Exception):
        """
        Exception raised when a byte is invalid in ISO-8859-1.
        """

    class ContentDisposition:
        """
        Records various indications and hints about content disposition.

        These can be used to know if a file should be downloaded or
        displayed directly, and to hint what filename it should have
        in the download case.
        """
        def __init__(self, disposition='inline', assocs=None):
            """
            Used internally after parsing the header.

            Instances should generally be created from a factory
            function, such as parse_headers and its variants.
            """
            if len(disposition) != 1:
                self.disposition = 'inline'
            else:
                self.disposition = disposition[0]
            if assocs is None:
                self.assocs = {}
            else:
                self.assocs = dict(assocs)  # So we can change values
                if 'filename*' in self.assocs:
                    param = self.assocs['filename*']
                    assert isinstance(param, ExtDispositionParm)
                    self.assocs['filename*'] = \
                        parse_ext_value(param.value).string

        def filename(self):
            """
            The filename from the Content-Disposition header or None.

            On safety:
            This property records the intent of the sender.

            You shouldn't use this sender-controlled value as a filesystem
            path, it can be insecure. Serving files with this filename can be
            dangerous as well, due to a certain browser using the part after
            the dot for mime-sniffing.  Saving it to a database is fine by
            itself though.
            """
            if 'filename*' in self.assocs:
                return self.assocs['filename*']
            elif 'filename' in self.assocs:
                # XXX Reject non-ascii (parsed via qdtext) here?
                return self.assocs['filename']
            else:
                return None

        def is_inline(self):
            """
            Return if the file should be handled inline.

            If not, and unless your application supports other dispositions
            than the standard inline and attachment, it should be handled
            as an attachment.
            """
            return self.disposition.lower() == 'inline'

    def normalize_ws(text):
        """
        Do LWS (linear whitespace) folding.
        """
        return ' '.join(text.split())

    def parse_headers(content_disposition):
        """
        Build a ContentDisposition from header values.
        
        @param content_disposition contents of the disposition header
        @type bytes
        """
        # We allow non-ascii here (it will only be parsed inside of qdtext, and
        # rejected by the grammar if it appears in other places), although
        # parsing it can be ambiguous.  Parsing it ensures that a non-ambiguous
        # filename* value won't get dismissed because of an unrelated ambiguity
        # in the filename parameter. But it does mean we occasionally give
        # less-than-certain values for some legacy senders.
        content_disposition = content_disposition.decode('iso-8859-1')
        
        # Our parsing is relaxed in these regards:
        # - The grammar allows a final ';' in the header;
        # - We do LWS-folding, and possibly normalise other broken
        #   whitespace, instead of rejecting non-lws-safe text.
        # XXX Would prefer to accept only the quoted whitespace
        # case, rather than normalising everything.
        content_disposition = normalize_ws(content_disposition)
        try:
            parsed = peg.parse(content_disposition, ContentDispositionValue)
        except (SyntaxError, DuplicateParamError, InvalidISO8859Error):
            return ContentDisposition()
        else:
            return ContentDisposition(disposition=parsed.dtype,
                                      assocs=parsed.params)

    def parse_ext_value(val):
        """
        Parse the value of an extended attribute.
        """
        if len(val) == 3:
            charset, langtag, coded = val
        else:
            charset, coded = val
            langtag = None
        decoded = parse.unquote(coded, charset, errors='strict')
        if charset == 'iso-8859-1':
            # Fail if the filename contains an invalid ISO-8859-1 char
            for c in decoded:
                if 0x7F <= ord(c) <= 0x9F:
                    raise InvalidISO8859Error(c)
        return LangTagged(decoded, langtag)

except ImportError:
    class ContentDisposition:
        """
        Records various indications and hints about content disposition.

        These can be used to know if a file should be downloaded or
        displayed directly, and to hint what filename it should have
        in the download case.
        """
        def __init__(self, filename):
            """
            Constructor
            
            @param filename file name to be stored in this surrogate class
            @type str
            """
            self.__filename = filename
        
        def filename(self):
            """
            Public method to get the stored file name
            
            @return file name
            @rtype str
            """
            return self.__filename
    
    def parse_headers(content_disposition):
        """
        Build a ContentDisposition from header values.
        
        @param content_disposition contents of the disposition header
        @type bytes
        """
        header = content_disposition.decode()
        if header:
            pos = header.find("filename=")
            if pos != -1:
                path = header[pos + 9:]
                if path.startswith('"') and path.endswith('"'):
                    path = path[1:-1]
                return ContentDisposition(path)
        return ContentDisposition("")

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