from functools import wraps
from inspect import getmembers, isfunction
from webob import exc

import six

from .decorators import expose
from .util import _cfg, iscontroller

__all__ = ['unlocked', 'secure', 'SecureController']

if six.PY3:
    from .compat import is_bound_method as ismethod
    from inspect import ismethod

class _SecureState(object):
    def __init__(self, desc, boolean_value):
        self.description = desc
        self.boolean_value = boolean_value

    def __repr__(self):
        return '<SecureState %s>' % self.description

    def __nonzero__(self):
        return self.boolean_value

    def __bool__(self):
        return self.__nonzero__()

Any = _SecureState('Any', False)
Protected = _SecureState('Protected', True)

# security method decorators
def _unlocked_method(func):
    _cfg(func)['secured'] = Any
    return func

def _secure_method(check_permissions_func):
    def wrap(func):
        cfg = _cfg(func)
        cfg['secured'] = Protected
        cfg['check_permissions'] = check_permissions_func
        return func
    return wrap

# classes to assist with wrapping attributes
class _UnlockedAttribute(object):
    def __init__(self, obj):
        self.obj = obj

    def _lookup(self, *remainder):
        return self.obj, remainder

class _SecuredAttribute(object):
    def __init__(self, obj, check_permissions):
        self.obj = obj
        self.check_permissions = check_permissions
        self._parent = None

    def _check_permissions(self):
        if isinstance(self.check_permissions, six.string_types):
            return getattr(self.parent, self.check_permissions)()
            return self.check_permissions()

    def __get_parent(self):
        return self._parent

    def __set_parent(self, parent):
        if ismethod(parent):
            self._parent = six.get_method_self(parent)
            self._parent = parent
    parent = property(__get_parent, __set_parent)

    def _lookup(self, *remainder):
        return self.obj, list(remainder)

# helper for secure decorator
def _allowed_check_permissions_types(x):
    return (
        ismethod(x) or
        isfunction(x) or
        isinstance(x, six.string_types)

# methods that can either decorate functions or wrap classes
# these should be the main methods used for securing or unlocking
def unlocked(func_or_obj):
    This method unlocks method or class attribute on a SecureController.  Can
    be used to decorate or wrap an attribute
    if ismethod(func_or_obj) or isfunction(func_or_obj):
        return _unlocked_method(func_or_obj)
        return _UnlockedAttribute(func_or_obj)

def secure(func_or_obj, check_permissions_for_obj=None):
    This method secures a method or class depending on invocation.

    To decorate a method use one argument:

    To secure a class, invoke with two arguments:
        secure(<obj instance>, <check_permissions_method>)
    if _allowed_check_permissions_types(func_or_obj):
        return _secure_method(func_or_obj)
        if not _allowed_check_permissions_types(check_permissions_for_obj):
            msg = "When securing an object, secure() requires the " + \
                  "second argument to be method"
            raise TypeError(msg)
        return _SecuredAttribute(func_or_obj, check_permissions_for_obj)

class SecureControllerMeta(type):
    Used to apply security to a controller.
    Implementations of SecureController should extend the
    `check_permissions` method to return a True or False
    value (depending on whether or not the user has permissions
    to the controller).
    def __init__(cls, name, bases, dict_):
        cls._pecan = dict(

        for name, value in getmembers(cls)[:]:
            if (isfunction if six.PY3 else ismethod)(value):
                if iscontroller(value) and value._pecan.get(
                ) is None:
                    # Wrap the function so that the security context is
                    # local to this class definition.  This works around
                    # the fact that unbound method attributes are shared
                    # across classes with the same bases.
                    wrapped = _make_wrapper(value)
                    wrapped._pecan['secured'] = Protected
                    wrapped._pecan['check_permissions'] = \
                    setattr(cls, name, wrapped)
            elif hasattr(value, '__class__'):
                if name.startswith('__') and name.endswith('__'):
                if isinstance(value, _UnlockedAttribute):
                    # mark it as unlocked and remove wrapper
                    setattr(cls, name, value.obj)
                elif isinstance(value, _SecuredAttribute):
                    # The user has specified a different check_permissions
                    # than the class level version.  As far as the class
                    # is concerned, this method is unlocked because
                    # it is using a check_permissions function embedded in
                    # the _SecuredAttribute wrapper

class SecureControllerBase(object):

    def check_permissions(cls):
        Returns `True` or `False` to grant access.  Implemented in subclasses
        of :class:`SecureController`.
        return False

SecureController = SecureControllerMeta(
    {'__doc__': SecureControllerMeta.__doc__}

def _make_wrapper(f):
    """return a wrapped function with a copy of the _pecan context"""
    def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
        return f(*args, **kwargs)
    wrapper._pecan = f._pecan.copy()
    return wrapper

# methods to evaluate security during routing
def handle_security(controller, im_self=None):
    """ Checks the security of a controller.  """
    if controller._pecan.get('secured', False):
        check_permissions = controller._pecan['check_permissions']

        if isinstance(check_permissions, six.string_types):
            check_permissions = getattr(
                im_self or six.get_method_self(controller),

        if not check_permissions():
            raise exc.HTTPUnauthorized

def cross_boundary(prev_obj, obj):
    """ Check permissions as we move between object instances. """
    if prev_obj is None:

    if isinstance(obj, _SecuredAttribute):
        # a secure attribute can live in unsecure class so we have to set
        # while we walk the route
        obj.parent = prev_obj

    if hasattr(prev_obj, '_pecan'):
        if obj not in prev_obj._pecan.get('unlocked', []):