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# ftp.py - handle urls with a ftp scheme
# Copyright (C) 1998, 1999 Albert Hopkins (marduk)
# Copyright (C) 2002 Mike W. Meyer
# Copyright (C) 2005, 2006 Arthur de Jong
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"""This module defines the functions needed for creating Link objects for urls
using the ftp scheme."""

import config
import urllib
import mimetypes
import ftplib
import urlparse
import debugio

# FIXME: honor ftp proxy settings

# TODO: figure out a nicer way to close the connections with something like:
#    debugio.debug('FTP: '+ftp.quit())
#    debugio.debug('FTP: '+ftp.close())
# TODO: handle some exceptions earlier or use different commands

# a map of netlocs to ftp connections
_ftpconnections = {}

def _getconnection(netloc):
    """Return a FTP connection object to the specified server."""
    # NOTE: this method is not thread safe
    if _ftpconnections.has_key(netloc):
        return _ftpconnections[netloc]
    # split url into useful parts
    (userpass, host) = urllib.splituser(netloc)
    if userpass is not None:
        (user, passwd) = urllib.splitpasswd(userpass)
        (user, passwd) = ('anonymous', '')
    (host, port) = urllib.splitnport(host, ftplib.FTP_PORT)
    # initialize a new connection
    ftp = ftplib.FTP()
    debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._getconnection(): CONNECT: '+ftp.connect(host, port))
    debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._getconnection(): LOGIN: '+ftp.login(user, passwd))
    _ftpconnections[netloc] = ftp
    return ftp

def _cwd(ftp, path):
    """Go down the path on the ftp server returning the part that cannot be
    changed into."""
    # split the path into directories
    dirs = path.split('/')
        # decend down the tree
        while len(dirs) > 0:
            d = dirs[0]
            if d != '':
                debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._cwd(): CWD '+d+': '+ftp.cwd(d))
        return None
    except ftplib.error_perm, e:
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._cwd(): CWD '+d+': '+str(e))
        return '/'.join(dirs)

def _fetch_directory(link, ftp, acceptedtypes):
    """Handle the ftp directory."""
    # check that the url ends with a slash
    if link.path[-1:] != '/':
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._fetch_directory(): directory referenced without trailing slash')
        link.redirect(urlparse.urljoin(link.url, link.path+'/'))
        return None
    # retreive the contents of the directory
    # FIXME: this raises an exception for empty directories, probably replace with own command
    contents = ftp.nlst()
    # check contents of directory for some common files
    for f in config.FTP_INDEXES:
        if f in contents:
            debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._fetch_directory(): pick up %s from directory' % f)
            # the the directory contains an index.html, use that
            return _fetch_file(link, ftp, f, acceptedtypes)
    # just add files in directory as children
    debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._fetch_directory(): add files as children of this page')
    link.ispage = True
    debugio.debug('schemes.ftp._fetch_directory(): TYPE A: '+ftp.voidcmd('TYPE A'))
    # FIXME: this raises an exception for empty directories
    for f in contents:
        link.add_child(urlparse.urljoin(link.url, urllib.quote(f)))
    return None

def _fetch_file(link, ftp, path, acceptedtypes):
    """Try to download the file in path that should be in the current
    directory of the ftp instance. The path can also point to a non-existant
    file or directory."""
    # figure out the size of the document
    link.size = ftp.size(path)
    debugio.debug('schemes.ftp.fetch(): size='+str(link.size))
    # guess the mimetype of the document
    if link.mimetype is None:
        link.mimetype = mimetypes.guess_type(path)[0]
    # try to fetch file
    if link.mimetype in acceptedtypes:
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp.fetch(): TYPE I: '+ftp.voidcmd('TYPE I'))
        (conn, size) = ftp.ntransfercmd('RETR ' + path)
        if size:
            content = conn.makefile().read(size)
            content = conn.makefile().read()
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp.fetch(): fetched, size=%d' % len(content))
        return content
    return None

def fetch(link, acceptedtypes):
    """Fetch the specified link."""
    # try to fetch the document
        ftp = _getconnection(link.netloc)
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp.fetch(): CWD /: '+ftp.cwd('/'))
        # descend down the directory tree as far as we can go
        path = urllib.unquote(link.path)
        path = _cwd(ftp, path)
        # check if we are dealing with an (exising) directory
        if path is None:
            return _fetch_directory(link, ftp, acceptedtypes)
            return _fetch_file(link, ftp, path, acceptedtypes)
    except ftplib.all_errors, e:
        debugio.debug('schemes.ftp.fetch(): CAUGHT '+str(e))
        return None

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