Source code for drf_yasg.views

import warnings
from functools import WRAPPER_ASSIGNMENTS, wraps

from django.utils.cache import add_never_cache_headers
from django.views.decorators.cache import cache_page
from django.views.decorators.vary import vary_on_headers
from rest_framework import exceptions
from rest_framework.response import Response
from rest_framework.settings import api_settings
from rest_framework.views import APIView

from .app_settings import swagger_settings
from .renderers import (
    OpenAPIRenderer, ReDocOldRenderer, ReDocRenderer, SwaggerJSONRenderer, SwaggerUIRenderer, SwaggerYAMLRenderer,

SPEC_RENDERERS = (SwaggerYAMLRenderer, SwaggerJSONRenderer, OpenAPIRenderer)
    'swagger': (SwaggerUIRenderer, ReDocRenderer),
    'redoc': (ReDocRenderer, SwaggerUIRenderer),
    'redoc-old': (ReDocOldRenderer, ReDocRenderer, SwaggerUIRenderer),

[docs]def deferred_never_cache(view_func): """ Decorator that adds headers to a response so that it will never be cached. """ @wraps(view_func, assigned=WRAPPER_ASSIGNMENTS) def _wrapped_view_func(request, *args, **kwargs): response = view_func(request, *args, **kwargs) # It is necessary to defer the add_never_cache_headers call because # cache_page also defers its cache update operation; if we do not defer # this, cache_page will give up because it will see and obey the "never # cache" headers def callback(response): add_never_cache_headers(response) return response response.add_post_render_callback(callback) return response return _wrapped_view_func
[docs]def get_schema_view(info=None, url=None, patterns=None, urlconf=None, public=False, validators=None, generator_class=None, authentication_classes=None, permission_classes=None): """Create a SchemaView class with default renderers and generators. :param Info info: information about the API; if omitted, defaults to :ref:`DEFAULT_INFO <default-swagger-settings>` :param str url: same as :class:`.OpenAPISchemaGenerator` :param patterns: same as :class:`.OpenAPISchemaGenerator` :param urlconf: same as :class:`.OpenAPISchemaGenerator` :param bool public: if False, includes only the endpoints that are accessible by the user viewing the schema :param list validators: a list of validator names to apply; the only allowed value is ``ssv``, for now :param type generator_class: schema generator class to use; should be a subclass of :class:`.OpenAPISchemaGenerator` :param list authentication_classes: authentication classes for the schema view itself :param list permission_classes: permission classes for the schema view itself :return: SchemaView class :rtype: type[drf_yasg.views.SchemaView] """ _public = public _generator_class = generator_class or swagger_settings.DEFAULT_GENERATOR_CLASS _auth_classes = authentication_classes if _auth_classes is None: _auth_classes = api_settings.DEFAULT_AUTHENTICATION_CLASSES _perm_classes = permission_classes if _perm_classes is None: _perm_classes = api_settings.DEFAULT_PERMISSION_CLASSES info = info or swagger_settings.DEFAULT_INFO validators = validators or [] _spec_renderers = tuple(renderer.with_validators(validators) for renderer in SPEC_RENDERERS) class SchemaView(APIView): _ignore_model_permissions = True schema = None # exclude from schema public = _public generator_class = _generator_class authentication_classes = _auth_classes permission_classes = _perm_classes renderer_classes = _spec_renderers def get(self, request, version='', format=None): version = request.version or version or '' if isinstance(request.accepted_renderer, _SpecRenderer): generator = self.generator_class(info, version, url, patterns, urlconf) else: generator = self.generator_class(info, version, url, patterns=[]) schema = generator.get_schema(request, self.public) if schema is None: raise exceptions.PermissionDenied() # pragma: no cover return Response(schema) @classmethod def apply_cache(cls, view, cache_timeout, cache_kwargs): """Override this method to customize how caching is applied to the view. Arguments described in :meth:`.as_cached_view`. """ view = vary_on_headers('Cookie', 'Authorization')(view) view = cache_page(cache_timeout, **cache_kwargs)(view) view = deferred_never_cache(view) # disable in-browser caching return view @classmethod def as_cached_view(cls, cache_timeout=0, cache_kwargs=None, **initkwargs): """ Calls .as_view() and wraps the result in a cache_page decorator. See :param int cache_timeout: same as cache_page; set to 0 for no cache :param dict cache_kwargs: dictionary of kwargs to be passed to cache_page :param initkwargs: kwargs for .as_view() :return: a view instance """ cache_kwargs = cache_kwargs or {} view = cls.as_view(**initkwargs) if cache_timeout != 0: view = cls.apply_cache(view, cache_timeout, cache_kwargs) elif cache_kwargs: warnings.warn("cache_kwargs ignored because cache_timeout is 0 (disabled)") return view @classmethod def without_ui(cls, cache_timeout=0, cache_kwargs=None): """ Instantiate this view with just JSON and YAML renderers, optionally wrapped with cache_page. See :param int cache_timeout: same as cache_page; set to 0 for no cache :param dict cache_kwargs: dictionary of kwargs to be passed to cache_page :return: a view instance """ return cls.as_cached_view(cache_timeout, cache_kwargs, renderer_classes=_spec_renderers) @classmethod def with_ui(cls, renderer='swagger', cache_timeout=0, cache_kwargs=None): """ Instantiate this view with a Web UI renderer, optionally wrapped with cache_page. See :param str renderer: UI renderer; allowed values are ``swagger``, ``redoc`` :param int cache_timeout: same as cache_page; set to 0 for no cache :param dict cache_kwargs: dictionary of kwargs to be passed to cache_page :return: a view instance """ assert renderer in UI_RENDERERS, "supported default renderers are " + ", ".join(UI_RENDERERS) renderer_classes = UI_RENDERERS[renderer] + _spec_renderers return cls.as_cached_view(cache_timeout, cache_kwargs, renderer_classes=renderer_classes) return SchemaView