Source code for tornado.wsgi

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"""WSGI support for the Tornado web framework.

WSGI is the Python standard for web servers, and allows for interoperability
between Tornado and other Python web frameworks and servers.

This module provides WSGI support via the `WSGIContainer` class, which
makes it possible to run applications using other WSGI frameworks on
the Tornado HTTP server. The reverse is not supported; the Tornado
`.Application` and `.RequestHandler` classes are designed for use with
the Tornado `.HTTPServer` and cannot be used in a generic WSGI


import sys
from io import BytesIO
import tornado

from tornado import escape
from tornado import httputil
from tornado.log import access_log

# PEP 3333 specifies that WSGI on python 3 generally deals with byte strings
# that are smuggled inside objects of type unicode (via the latin1 encoding).
# This function is like those in the tornado.escape module, but defined
# here to minimize the temptation to use it in non-wsgi contexts.
def to_wsgi_str(s):
    assert isinstance(s, bytes)
    return s.decode('latin1')

[docs]class WSGIContainer(object): r"""Makes a WSGI-compatible function runnable on Tornado's HTTP server. .. warning:: WSGI is a *synchronous* interface, while Tornado's concurrency model is based on single-threaded asynchronous execution. This means that running a WSGI app with Tornado's `WSGIContainer` is *less scalable* than running the same app in a multi-threaded WSGI server like ``gunicorn`` or ``uwsgi``. Use `WSGIContainer` only when there are benefits to combining Tornado and WSGI in the same process that outweigh the reduced scalability. Wrap a WSGI function in a `WSGIContainer` and pass it to `.HTTPServer` to run it. For example:: def simple_app(environ, start_response): status = "200 OK" response_headers = [("Content-type", "text/plain")] start_response(status, response_headers) return ["Hello world!\n"] container = tornado.wsgi.WSGIContainer(simple_app) http_server = tornado.httpserver.HTTPServer(container) http_server.listen(8888) tornado.ioloop.IOLoop.current().start() This class is intended to let other frameworks (Django,, etc) run on the Tornado HTTP server and I/O loop. The `tornado.web.FallbackHandler` class is often useful for mixing Tornado and WSGI apps in the same server. See for a complete example. """ def __init__(self, wsgi_application): self.wsgi_application = wsgi_application def __call__(self, request): data = {} response = [] def start_response(status, response_headers, exc_info=None): data["status"] = status data["headers"] = response_headers return response.append app_response = self.wsgi_application( WSGIContainer.environ(request), start_response) try: response.extend(app_response) body = b"".join(response) finally: if hasattr(app_response, "close"): app_response.close() if not data: raise Exception("WSGI app did not call start_response") status_code, reason = data["status"].split(' ', 1) status_code = int(status_code) headers = data["headers"] header_set = set(k.lower() for (k, v) in headers) body = escape.utf8(body) if status_code != 304: if "content-length" not in header_set: headers.append(("Content-Length", str(len(body)))) if "content-type" not in header_set: headers.append(("Content-Type", "text/html; charset=UTF-8")) if "server" not in header_set: headers.append(("Server", "TornadoServer/%s" % tornado.version)) start_line = httputil.ResponseStartLine("HTTP/1.1", status_code, reason) header_obj = httputil.HTTPHeaders() for key, value in headers: header_obj.add(key, value) request.connection.write_headers(start_line, header_obj, chunk=body) request.connection.finish() self._log(status_code, request)
[docs] @staticmethod def environ(request): """Converts a `tornado.httputil.HTTPServerRequest` to a WSGI environment. """ hostport =":") if len(hostport) == 2: host = hostport[0] port = int(hostport[1]) else: host = port = 443 if request.protocol == "https" else 80 environ = { "REQUEST_METHOD": request.method, "SCRIPT_NAME": "", "PATH_INFO": to_wsgi_str(escape.url_unescape( request.path, encoding=None, plus=False)), "QUERY_STRING": request.query, "REMOTE_ADDR": request.remote_ip, "SERVER_NAME": host, "SERVER_PORT": str(port), "SERVER_PROTOCOL": request.version, "wsgi.version": (1, 0), "wsgi.url_scheme": request.protocol, "wsgi.input": BytesIO(escape.utf8(request.body)), "wsgi.errors": sys.stderr, "wsgi.multithread": False, "wsgi.multiprocess": True, "wsgi.run_once": False, } if "Content-Type" in request.headers: environ["CONTENT_TYPE"] = request.headers.pop("Content-Type") if "Content-Length" in request.headers: environ["CONTENT_LENGTH"] = request.headers.pop("Content-Length") for key, value in request.headers.items(): environ["HTTP_" + key.replace("-", "_").upper()] = value return environ
def _log(self, status_code, request): if status_code < 400: log_method = elif status_code < 500: log_method = access_log.warning else: log_method = access_log.error request_time = 1000.0 * request.request_time() summary = request.method + " " + request.uri + " (" + \ request.remote_ip + ")" log_method("%d %s %.2fms", status_code, summary, request_time)
HTTPRequest = httputil.HTTPServerRequest