Source code for requests_cache.models.raw_response

from io import BytesIO
from logging import getLogger
from typing import Mapping

from attr import define, field, fields_dict
from requests import Response
from urllib3.response import (  # type: ignore  # import location false positive

logger = getLogger(__name__)

[docs]@define(auto_attribs=False, slots=False) class CachedHTTPResponse(HTTPResponse): """A serializable dataclass that emulates :py:class:`~urllib3.response.HTTPResponse`. Supports streaming requests and generator usage. The only action this doesn't support is explicitly calling :py:meth:`.read` with ``decode_content=False``. """ decode_content: bool = field(default=None) # These headers are redundant and not serialized; copied in init and CachedResponse post-init headers: HTTPHeaderDict = None # type: ignore reason: str = field(default=None) request_url: str = field(default=None) status: int = field(default=0) strict: int = field(default=0) version: int = field(default=0) def __init__(self, *args, body: bytes = None, headers: Mapping = None, **kwargs): """First initialize via HTTPResponse, then via attrs""" kwargs = {k: v for k, v in kwargs.items() if v is not None} super().__init__(body=BytesIO(body or b''), preload_content=False, **kwargs) self._body = body self.headers = HTTPHeaderDict(headers) self.__attrs_init__(*args, **kwargs) # type: ignore # False positive in mypy 0.920+?
[docs] @classmethod def from_response(cls, original_response: Response): """Create a CachedHTTPResponse based on an original response""" # Copy basic attributes raw = original_response.raw copy_attrs = list(fields_dict(cls).keys()) + ['headers'] kwargs = {k: getattr(raw, k, None) for k in copy_attrs} # Note: _request_url is not available in urllib <=1.21 kwargs['request_url'] = getattr(raw, '_request_url', None) # Copy response data and restore response object to its original state if hasattr(raw, '_fp') and not is_fp_closed(raw._fp): body = kwargs['body'] = body raw._fp = BytesIO(body) original_response.content # This property reads, decodes, and stores response content # After reading, reset file pointer on original raw response raw._fp = BytesIO(body) raw._fp_bytes_read = 0 raw.length_remaining = len(body) return cls(**kwargs) # type: ignore # False positive in mypy 0.920+?
[docs] def release_conn(self): """No-op for compatibility"""
[docs] def read(self, amt=None, decode_content=None, **kwargs): """Simplified reader for cached content that emulates :py:meth:`` """ if 'content-encoding' in self.headers and decode_content is False: logger.warning('read() returns decoded data, even with decode_content=False') data = # "close" the file to inform consumers to stop reading from it if not data: self._fp.close() return data
[docs] def reset(self, body: bytes = None): """Reset raw response file pointer, and optionally update content""" if body is not None: self._body = body self._fp = BytesIO(self._body or b'')
[docs] def set_content(self, body: bytes): self._body = body self.reset()
[docs] def stream(self, amt=None, **kwargs): """Simplified generator over cached content that emulates :py:meth:`` """ while not self._fp.closed: yield, **kwargs)