A Python content management system designed for kirsle.net featuring a blog, comments and photo albums. https://rophako.kirsle.net/
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals
import os
import datetime
from attrdict import AttrDict
from ConfigParser import ConfigParser
from rophako.plugin import load_plugin
# Get the base directory of the git root.
basedir = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), os.path.pardir))
# https://github.com/bcj/AttrDict/issues/20
if not hasattr(AttrDict, "copy"):
setattr(AttrDict, "copy", lambda self: self._mapping.copy())
class ConfigHandler(object):
settings = None
def load_settings(self):
"""Load the settings files and make them available in the global config."""
self.settings = ConfigParser(dict_type=AttrDict)
# Set dynamic default variables.
self.settings.set("DEFAULT", "_basedir", basedir)
self.settings.set("DEFAULT", "_year", str(datetime.datetime.now().strftime("%Y")))
# Read the defaults and then apply the custom settings on top.
settings_file = os.environ.get("ROPHAKO_SETTINGS", "settings.ini")
self.settings.read(["defaults.ini", settings_file])
def print_settings(self):
"""Pretty-print the contents of the configuration as JSON."""
for section in self.settings.sections():
print "[{}]".format(section)
for opt in self.settings.options(section):
print "{} = {}".format(opt, repr(self.settings.get(section, opt)))
print ""
def load_plugins(self):
"""Load all the plugins specified by the config file."""
for plugin in self.plugins.blueprints.split("\n"):
plugin = plugin.strip()
if not plugin:
continue
load_plugin(plugin)
for custom in self.plugins.custom.split("\n"):
custom = custom.strip()
if not custom:
continue
load_plugin(custom, as_blueprint=False)
def __getattr__(self, section):
"""Attribute access for the config object.
You can access config settings via Config.<section>.<name>, for example
Config.site.notify_email and Config.blog.posts_per_page. All results are
returned as strings per ConfigParser, so cast them if you need to."""
return AttrDict(dict(self.settings.items(section)))
Config = ConfigHandler()