Source code for raider.config

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"""Config class holding global Raider configuration.

import logging
import os
import sys
from typing import Any, Dict

from raider.utils import (

[docs]class Config: """Class dealing with global Raider configuration. A Config object will contain all the information necessary to run Raider. It will define global configurations like the web proxy and the logging level, but also the data defined in the active project configuration files. Attributes: proxy: An optional string to define the web proxy to relay the traffic through. verify: A boolean flag which will let the requests library know whether to check the SSL certificate or ignore it. loglevel: A string used by the logging library to define the desired logging level. user_agent: A string which will be used as the user agent in HTTP requests. active_project: A string defining the current active project. project_config: A dictionary containing all of the local variables defined in the active project's hy configuration files. logger: A logging.RootLogger object used for debugging. """ def __init__(self) -> None: """Initializes the Config object. Retrieves configuration from "common.hy" file, or populates it with the default values if it doesn't exist. """ filename = get_config_file("common.hy") if os.path.isfile(filename): output = eval_file(filename) else: output = {} self.proxy = output.get("proxy", None) self.verify = output.get("verify", False) self.loglevel = output.get("loglevel", "WARNING") self.user_agent = output.get("user_agent", default_user_agent()) self.active_project = output.get("active_project", None) self.project_config: Dict[str, Any] = {} self.logger = logging.getLogger() self.logger.setLevel(self.loglevel) if not list_projects(): self.logger.critical( "No application have been configured. Cannot run." ) sys.exit()
[docs] def load_project(self, project: str = None) -> Dict[str, Any]: """Loads project settings. Goes through all the ".hy" files in the project directory, evaluates them all, and returns the created locals, making them available to the rest of Raider. Files are loaded in alphabetical order, and objects created in one of them will be available to the next one, eliminating the need to use imports. This allows the user to split the configuration files however it makes sense, and Raider doesn't impose any restrictions on those files. All ".hy" files in the project directory are evaluated, which could be considered unsafe and could cause all kinds of security issues, but Raider assumes the user knows what they're doing and will not copy/paste hylang code from untrusted sources. Args: project: A string with the name of the project. By default the project is located in "~/.config/raider/". All ".hy" files from this directory will be executed and the locals that were created during that will be returned. Returns: A dictionary as returned by the locals() function. It contains all of the locally defined objects in the ".hy" configuration files. """ if not project: active_project = self.active_project else: active_project = project hyfiles = sorted(os.listdir(get_project_dir(active_project))) shared_locals: Dict[str, Any] shared_locals = {} for confile in hyfiles: if confile.endswith(".hy") and not confile.startswith("."): shared_locals.update( eval_project_file(active_project, confile, shared_locals) ) self.project_config = shared_locals return shared_locals
[docs] def write_config_file(self) -> None: """Writes global configuration to common.hy. Gets the current configuration from the Config object and writes them in hylang format in the "common.hy" file. """ filename = get_config_file("common.hy") data = "" with open(filename, "w") as conf_file: data += create_hy_expression("proxy", self.proxy) data += create_hy_expression("user_agent", self.user_agent) data += create_hy_expression("loglevel", self.loglevel) data += create_hy_expression("verify", self.verify) data += create_hy_expression("active_project", self.active_project) self.logger.debug("Writing to config file %s", filename) self.logger.debug("data = %s", str(data)) conf_file.write(data)
[docs] def print_config(self) -> None: """Prints current configuration.""" print("proxy: " + self.proxy) print("verify: " + str(self.verify)) print("loglevel: " + self.loglevel) print("user_agent: " + self.user_agent) print("active_project: " + self.active_project)