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import jinja2
import flask
import httpauth
import dulwich.web
from klaus import views, utils
from klaus.repo import FancyRepo

KLAUS_VERSION = utils.guess_git_revision() or '0.9.0'

class Klaus(flask.Flask):
    jinja_options = {
        'extensions': ['jinja2.ext.autoescape'],
        'undefined': jinja2.StrictUndefined

    def __init__(self, repo_paths, site_name, use_smarthttp, ctags_policy='none'):
        """(See `make_app` for parameter descriptions.)"""
        repo_objs = [FancyRepo(path) for path in repo_paths]
        self.repos = dict((repo.name, repo) for repo in repo_objs)
        self.site_name = site_name
        self.use_smarthttp = use_smarthttp
        self.ctags_policy = ctags_policy

        flask.Flask.__init__(self, __name__)


    def create_jinja_environment(self):
        """Called by Flask.__init__"""
        env = super(Klaus, self).create_jinja_environment()
        for func in [
            env.filters[func] = getattr(utils, func)

        env.globals['KLAUS_VERSION'] = KLAUS_VERSION
        env.globals['USE_SMARTHTTP'] = self.use_smarthttp
        env.globals['SITE_NAME'] = self.site_name

        return env

    def setup_routes(self):
        for endpoint, rule in [
            ('repo_list',   '/'),
            ('robots_txt',  '/robots.txt/'),
            ('blob',        '/<repo>/blob/<rev>/'),
            ('blob',        '/<repo>/blob/<rev>/<path:path>'),
            ('blame',       '/<repo>/blame/<rev>/'),
            ('blame',       '/<repo>/blame/<rev>/<path:path>'),
            ('raw',         '/<repo>/raw/<rev>/'),
            ('raw',         '/<repo>/raw/<rev>/<path:path>'),
            ('commit',      '/<repo>/commit/<rev>/'),
            ('patch',       '/<repo>/commit/<rev>.diff'),
            ('patch',       '/<repo>/commit/<rev>.patch'),
            ('history',     '/<repo>/'),
            ('history',     '/<repo>/tree/<rev>/'),
            ('history',     '/<repo>/tree/<rev>/<path:path>'),
            ('download',    '/<repo>/tarball/<rev>/'),
            self.add_url_rule(rule, view_func=getattr(views, endpoint))

    def should_use_ctags(self, git_repo, git_commit):
        if self.ctags_policy == 'none':
            return False
        elif self.ctags_policy == 'ALL':
            return True
        elif self.ctags_policy == 'tags-and-branches':
            return git_commit.id in git_repo.get_tag_and_branch_shas()
            raise ValueError("Unknown ctags policy %r" % self.ctags_policy)

def make_app(repo_paths, site_name, use_smarthttp=False, htdigest_file=None,
             require_browser_auth=False, disable_push=False, unauthenticated_push=False,
    Returns a WSGI app with all the features (smarthttp, authentication)
    already patched in.

    :param repo_paths: List of paths of repositories to serve.
    :param site_name: Name of the Web site (e.g. "John Doe's Git Repositories")
    :param use_smarthttp: Enable Git Smart HTTP mode, which makes it possible to
        pull from the served repositories. If `htdigest_file` is set as well,
        also allow to push for authenticated users.
    :param require_browser_auth: Require HTTP authentication according to the
        credentials in `htdigest_file` for ALL access to the Web interface.
        Requires the `htdigest_file` option to be set.
    :param disable_push: Disable push support. This is required in case both
        `use_smarthttp` and `require_browser_auth` (and thus `htdigest_file`)
        are set, but push should not be supported.
    :param htdigest_file: A *file-like* object that contains the HTTP auth credentials.
    :param unauthenticated_push: Allow push'ing without authentication. DANGER ZONE!
    :param ctags_policy: The ctags policy to use, may be one of:
        - 'none': never use ctags
        - 'tags-and-branches': use ctags for revisions that are the HEAD of
          a tag or branc
        - 'ALL': use ctags for all revisions, may result in high server load!
    if unauthenticated_push:
        if not use_smarthttp:
            raise ValueError("'unauthenticated_push' set without 'use_smarthttp'")
        if disable_push:
            raise ValueError("'unauthenticated_push' set with 'disable_push'")
        if require_browser_auth:
            raise ValueError("Incompatible options 'unauthenticated_push' and 'require_browser_auth'")
    if htdigest_file and not (require_browser_auth or use_smarthttp):
        raise ValueError("'htdigest_file' set without 'use_smarthttp' or 'require_browser_auth'")

    app = Klaus(
    app.wsgi_app = utils.ProxyFix(app.wsgi_app)

    if use_smarthttp:
        # `path -> Repo` mapping for Dulwich's web support
        dulwich_backend = dulwich.server.DictBackend(
            dict(('/'+name, repo) for name, repo in app.repos.items())
        # Dulwich takes care of all Git related requests/URLs
        # and passes through everything else to klaus
        dulwich_wrapped_app = dulwich.web.make_wsgi_chain(
        dulwich_wrapped_app = utils.ProxyFix(dulwich_wrapped_app)

        # `receive-pack` is requested by the "client" on a push
        # (the "server" is asked to *receive* packs), i.e. we need to secure
        # it using authentication or deny access completely to make the repo
        # read-only.
        # Git first sends requests to /<repo-name>/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack.
        # If this request is responded to using HTTP 401 Unauthorized, the user
        # is prompted for username and password. If we keep responding 401, Git
        # interprets this as an authentication failure.  (We can't respond 403
        # because this results in horrible, unhelpful Git error messages.)
        # Git will never call /<repo-name>/git-receive-pack if authentication
        # failed for /info/refs, but since it's used to upload stuff to the server
        # we must secure it anyway for security reasons.
        PATTERN = r'^/[^/]+/(info/refs\?service=git-receive-pack|git-receive-pack)$'
        if unauthenticated_push:
            # DANGER ZONE: Don't require authentication for push'ing
            app.wsgi_app = dulwich_wrapped_app
        elif htdigest_file and not disable_push:
            # .htdigest file given. Use it to read the push-er credentials from.
            if require_browser_auth:
                # No need to secure push'ing if we already require HTTP auth
                # for all of the Web interface.
                app.wsgi_app = dulwich_wrapped_app
                # Web interface isn't already secured. Require authentication for push'ing.
                app.wsgi_app = httpauth.DigestFileHttpAuthMiddleware(
            # No .htdigest file given. Disable push-ing.  Semantically we should
            # use HTTP 403 here but since that results in freaky error messages
            # (see above) we keep asking for authentication (401) instead.
            # Git will print a nice error message after a few tries.
            app.wsgi_app = httpauth.AlwaysFailingAuthMiddleware(

    if require_browser_auth:
        app.wsgi_app = httpauth.DigestFileHttpAuthMiddleware(

    return app