Source code for webargs.djangoparser

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Django request argument parsing.

Example usage: ::

    from django.views.generic import View
    from django.http import HttpResponse
    from marshmallow import fields
    from webargs.djangoparser import use_args

    hello_args = {
        'name': fields.Str(missing='World')

    class MyView(View):

        def get(self, args, request):
            return HttpResponse('Hello ' + args['name'])
from webargs import core
from webargs.core import json

[docs]class DjangoParser(core.Parser): """Django request argument parser. .. warning:: :class:`DjangoParser` does not override :meth:`handle_error <webargs.core.Parser.handle_error>`, so your Django views are responsible for catching any :exc:`ValidationErrors` raised by the parser and returning the appropriate `HTTPResponse`. """
[docs] def parse_querystring(self, req, name, field): """Pull the querystring value from the request.""" return core.get_value(req.GET, name, field)
[docs] def parse_form(self, req, name, field): """Pull the form value from the request.""" return core.get_value(req.POST, name, field)
[docs] def parse_json(self, req, name, field): """Pull a json value from the request body.""" json_data = self._cache.get("json") if json_data is None: try: self._cache["json"] = json_data = core.parse_json(req.body) except AttributeError: return core.missing except json.JSONDecodeError as e: if e.doc == "": return core.missing else: return self.handle_invalid_json_error(e, req) return core.get_value(json_data, name, field, allow_many_nested=True)
[docs] def parse_cookies(self, req, name, field): """Pull the value from the cookiejar.""" return core.get_value(req.COOKIES, name, field)
[docs] def parse_headers(self, req, name, field): raise NotImplementedError( "Header parsing not supported by {0}".format(self.__class__.__name__) )
[docs] def parse_files(self, req, name, field): """Pull a file from the request.""" return core.get_value(req.FILES, name, field)
[docs] def get_request_from_view_args(self, view, args, kwargs): # The first argument is either `self` or `request` try: # self.request return args[0].request except AttributeError: # first arg is request return args[0]
def handle_invalid_json_error(self, error, req, *args, **kwargs): raise error
parser = DjangoParser() use_args = parser.use_args use_kwargs = parser.use_kwargs