Source code for h2.settings

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

This module contains a HTTP/2 settings object. This object provides a simple
API for manipulating HTTP/2 settings, keeping track of both the current active
state of the settings and the unacknowledged future values of the settings.
import collections
from import MutableMapping
import enum

from hyperframe.frame import SettingsFrame

from h2.errors import ErrorCodes
from h2.exceptions import InvalidSettingsValueError

[docs]class SettingCodes(enum.IntEnum): """ All known HTTP/2 setting codes. .. versionadded:: 2.6.0 """ #: Allows the sender to inform the remote endpoint of the maximum size of #: the header compression table used to decode header blocks, in octets. HEADER_TABLE_SIZE = SettingsFrame.HEADER_TABLE_SIZE #: This setting can be used to disable server push. To disable server push #: on a client, set this to 0. ENABLE_PUSH = SettingsFrame.ENABLE_PUSH #: Indicates the maximum number of concurrent streams that the sender will #: allow. MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS = SettingsFrame.MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS #: Indicates the sender's initial window size (in octets) for stream-level #: flow control. INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE = SettingsFrame.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE #: Indicates the size of the largest frame payload that the sender is #: willing to receive, in octets. MAX_FRAME_SIZE = SettingsFrame.MAX_FRAME_SIZE #: This advisory setting informs a peer of the maximum size of header list #: that the sender is prepared to accept, in octets. The value is based on #: the uncompressed size of header fields, including the length of the name #: and value in octets plus an overhead of 32 octets for each header field. MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE = SettingsFrame.MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE #: This setting can be used to enable the connect protocol. To enable on a #: client set this to 1. ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL = SettingsFrame.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL
def _setting_code_from_int(code): """ Given an integer setting code, returns either one of :class:`SettingCodes <h2.settings.SettingCodes>` or, if not present in the known set of codes, returns the integer directly. """ try: return SettingCodes(code) except ValueError: return code
[docs]class ChangedSetting: def __init__(self, setting, original_value, new_value): #: The setting code given. Either one of :class:`SettingCodes #: <h2.settings.SettingCodes>` or ``int`` #: #: .. versionchanged:: 2.6.0 self.setting = setting #: The original value before being changed. self.original_value = original_value #: The new value after being changed. self.new_value = new_value def __repr__(self): return ( "ChangedSetting(setting=%s, original_value=%s, " "new_value=%s)" ) % ( self.setting, self.original_value, self.new_value )
[docs]class Settings(MutableMapping): """ An object that encapsulates HTTP/2 settings state. HTTP/2 Settings are a complex beast. Each party, remote and local, has its own settings and a view of the other party's settings. When a settings frame is emitted by a peer it cannot assume that the new settings values are in place until the remote peer acknowledges the setting. In principle, multiple settings changes can be "in flight" at the same time, all with different values. This object encapsulates this mess. It provides a dict-like interface to settings, which return the *current* values of the settings in question. Additionally, it keeps track of the stack of proposed values: each time an acknowledgement is sent/received, it updates the current values with the stack of proposed values. On top of all that, it validates the values to make sure they're allowed, and raises :class:`InvalidSettingsValueError <h2.exceptions.InvalidSettingsValueError>` if they are not. Finally, this object understands what the default values of the HTTP/2 settings are, and sets those defaults appropriately. .. versionchanged:: 2.2.0 Added the ``initial_values`` parameter. .. versionchanged:: 2.5.0 Added the ``max_header_list_size`` property. :param client: (optional) Whether these settings should be defaulted for a client implementation or a server implementation. Defaults to ``True``. :type client: ``bool`` :param initial_values: (optional) Any initial values the user would like set, rather than RFC 7540's defaults. :type initial_vales: ``MutableMapping`` """ def __init__(self, client=True, initial_values=None): # Backing object for the settings. This is a dictionary of # (setting: [list of values]), where the first value in the list is the # current value of the setting. Strictly this doesn't use lists but # instead uses collections.deque to avoid repeated memory allocations. # # This contains the default values for HTTP/2. self._settings = { SettingCodes.HEADER_TABLE_SIZE: collections.deque([4096]), SettingCodes.ENABLE_PUSH: collections.deque([int(client)]), SettingCodes.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE: collections.deque([65535]), SettingCodes.MAX_FRAME_SIZE: collections.deque([16384]), SettingCodes.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL: collections.deque([0]), } if initial_values is not None: for key, value in initial_values.items(): invalid = _validate_setting(key, value) if invalid: raise InvalidSettingsValueError( "Setting %d has invalid value %d" % (key, value), error_code=invalid ) self._settings[key] = collections.deque([value])
[docs] def acknowledge(self): """ The settings have been acknowledged, either by the user (remote settings) or by the remote peer (local settings). :returns: A dict of {setting: ChangedSetting} that were applied. """ changed_settings = {} # If there is more than one setting in the list, we have a setting # value outstanding. Update them. for k, v in self._settings.items(): if len(v) > 1: old_setting = v.popleft() new_setting = v[0] changed_settings[k] = ChangedSetting( k, old_setting, new_setting ) return changed_settings
# Provide easy-access to well known settings. @property def header_table_size(self): """ The current value of the :data:`HEADER_TABLE_SIZE <h2.settings.SettingCodes.HEADER_TABLE_SIZE>` setting. """ return self[SettingCodes.HEADER_TABLE_SIZE] @header_table_size.setter def header_table_size(self, value): self[SettingCodes.HEADER_TABLE_SIZE] = value @property def enable_push(self): """ The current value of the :data:`ENABLE_PUSH <h2.settings.SettingCodes.ENABLE_PUSH>` setting. """ return self[SettingCodes.ENABLE_PUSH] @enable_push.setter def enable_push(self, value): self[SettingCodes.ENABLE_PUSH] = value @property def initial_window_size(self): """ The current value of the :data:`INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE <h2.settings.SettingCodes.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE>` setting. """ return self[SettingCodes.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE] @initial_window_size.setter def initial_window_size(self, value): self[SettingCodes.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE] = value @property def max_frame_size(self): """ The current value of the :data:`MAX_FRAME_SIZE <h2.settings.SettingCodes.MAX_FRAME_SIZE>` setting. """ return self[SettingCodes.MAX_FRAME_SIZE] @max_frame_size.setter def max_frame_size(self, value): self[SettingCodes.MAX_FRAME_SIZE] = value @property def max_concurrent_streams(self): """ The current value of the :data:`MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS <h2.settings.SettingCodes.MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS>` setting. """ return self.get(SettingCodes.MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS, 2**32+1) @max_concurrent_streams.setter def max_concurrent_streams(self, value): self[SettingCodes.MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS] = value @property def max_header_list_size(self): """ The current value of the :data:`MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE <h2.settings.SettingCodes.MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE>` setting. If not set, returns ``None``, which means unlimited. .. versionadded:: 2.5.0 """ return self.get(SettingCodes.MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE, None) @max_header_list_size.setter def max_header_list_size(self, value): self[SettingCodes.MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE] = value @property def enable_connect_protocol(self): """ The current value of the :data:`ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL <h2.settings.SettingCodes.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL>` setting. """ return self[SettingCodes.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL] @enable_connect_protocol.setter def enable_connect_protocol(self, value): self[SettingCodes.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL] = value # Implement the MutableMapping API. def __getitem__(self, key): val = self._settings[key][0] # Things that were created when a setting was received should stay # KeyError'd. if val is None: raise KeyError return val def __setitem__(self, key, value): invalid = _validate_setting(key, value) if invalid: raise InvalidSettingsValueError( "Setting %d has invalid value %d" % (key, value), error_code=invalid ) try: items = self._settings[key] except KeyError: items = collections.deque([None]) self._settings[key] = items items.append(value) def __delitem__(self, key): del self._settings[key] def __iter__(self): return self._settings.__iter__() def __len__(self): return len(self._settings) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, Settings): return self._settings == other._settings else: return NotImplemented def __ne__(self, other): if isinstance(other, Settings): return not self == other else: return NotImplemented
def _validate_setting(setting, value): # noqa: C901 """ Confirms that a specific setting has a well-formed value. If the setting is invalid, returns an error code. Otherwise, returns 0 (NO_ERROR). """ if setting == SettingCodes.ENABLE_PUSH: if value not in (0, 1): return ErrorCodes.PROTOCOL_ERROR elif setting == SettingCodes.INITIAL_WINDOW_SIZE: if not 0 <= value <= 2147483647: # 2^31 - 1 return ErrorCodes.FLOW_CONTROL_ERROR elif setting == SettingCodes.MAX_FRAME_SIZE: if not 16384 <= value <= 16777215: # 2^14 and 2^24 - 1 return ErrorCodes.PROTOCOL_ERROR elif setting == SettingCodes.MAX_HEADER_LIST_SIZE: if value < 0: return ErrorCodes.PROTOCOL_ERROR elif setting == SettingCodes.ENABLE_CONNECT_PROTOCOL: if value not in (0, 1): return ErrorCodes.PROTOCOL_ERROR return 0