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import flask
import raven.breadcrumbs
from raven.contrib.flask import Sentry
from .auth import current_user
from . import current_app
class PillarSentry(Sentry):
"""Flask Sentry with Pillar support.
This is mostly for obtaining user information on API calls,
and for preventing the auth tokens to be logged as user ID.
def init_app(self, app, *args, **kwargs):
super().init_app(app, *args, **kwargs)
flask.request_started.connect(self.__add_sentry_breadcrumbs, self)
def __add_sentry_breadcrumbs(self, sender, **extra):
message='Request started',
data={'url': flask.request.url}
def get_user_info(self, request):
user_info = super().get_user_info(request)
# The auth token is stored as the user ID in the flask_login
# current_user object, so don't send that to Sentry.
user_info.pop('id', None)
if len(user_info) > 1:
# Sentry always includes the IP address, but when they find a
# logged-in user, they add more info. In that case we're done.
return user_info
# This is pretty much a copy-paste from Sentry, except that it uses
# pillar.auth.current_user instead.
if not current_user.is_authenticated:
return user_info
except AttributeError:
# HACK: catch the attribute error thrown by flask-login is not attached
# > current_user = LocalProxy(lambda:
# E AttributeError: 'RequestContext' object has no attribute 'user'
return user_info
if 'SENTRY_USER_ATTRS' in current_app.config:
for attr in current_app.config['SENTRY_USER_ATTRS']:
if hasattr(current_user, attr):
user_info[attr] = getattr(current_user, attr)
return user_info

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