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wsgicors 0.6.0

WSGI for Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)

wsgicors

This is a WSGI middleware that answers CORS preflight requests and adds the needed header to the response. For CORS see: http://www.w3.org/TR/cors/

Usage

Either plug it in programmatically as in this pyramid example:

def app(global_config, **settings):
    """ This function returns a WSGI application.

    It is usually called by the PasteDeploy framework during
    ``paster serve``.
    """

    def get_root(request):
        return {}

    config = Configurator(root_factory=get_root, settings=settings)
    config.begin()
    # whatever it takes to config your app goes here
    config.end()

    from wsgicors import CORS
    return CORS(config.make_wsgi_app(), headers="*", methods="*", maxage="180", origin="*")

or plug it into your wsgi pipeline via paste ini to let it serve by waitress for instance:

 [app:myapp]
 use = egg:mysuperapp#app

 ###
 # wsgi server configuration
 ###

 [server:main]
 use = egg:waitress#main
 host = 0.0.0.0
 port = 6543

 [pipeline:main]
 pipeline =
     cors
     myapp

 [filter:cors]
 use = egg:wsgicors#middleware
 # define a "free" policy
 free_origin=copy
 free_headers=*
 free_expose_headers=*
 free_methods=HEAD, OPTIONS, GET
 free_maxage=180

 # define a "subdom" policy
 subdom_origin=http://example.com http://example2.com https://*.example.com
 subdom_headers=*
 subdom_methods=HEAD, OPTIONS, GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
 subdom_expose_headers=Foo, Doom
 subdom_maxage=180

 # define a combination of policies, they are evaluated in the order given by the policy keyword
 # the first that matches the request's origin will be used
policy=subdom,free

Keywords are:

  • origin
  • headers
  • methods
  • credentials
  • maxage

for origin:

  • use copy which will copy whatever origin the request comes from
  • a space separated list of hostnames - they can also contain wildcards like * or ? (fnmatch lib is used for matching). If a match is found the original host is returned.
  • any other literal will be be copied verbatim (like * for instance to allow any source)

for headers:

  • use * which will allow whatever header is asked for
  • any other literal will be be copied verbatim

for expose_headers:

  • use * to allow access to any header the client might wish to access
  • any other literal will be be copied verbatim

for methods:

  • use * which will allow whatever method is asked for
  • any other literal will be be copied verbatim (like POST, PATCH, PUT, DELETE for instance)

for credentials:

  • use true
  • anything else will be ignored (that is no response header for Access-Control-Allow-Credentials is sent)

for maxage:

  • give the number of seconds the answer can be used by a client, anything nonempty will be copied verbatim

As can be seen in the example above, a policy needs to be created with the policy keyword. The options need then be prefixed with the policy name and a _. The policy keyword itself can be a comma separated list. If so the origin of the request is matched against the origins defined in the policies and the first matching is the policy used.

Changes

Version 0.6.0

  • support for multiple policies
  • caching of matching results

Version 0.5.1

  • check for request being preflight
  • reworked tests

Version 0.5.0

  • support for Access-Control-Expose-Headers
  • Header Vary is set to Origin if origin policy differs from *

Version 0.4.1

  • py3 utf-8 related setup fixes

Version 0.4

  • python3 compatibility

Version 0.3

  • origin now takes space separated list of hostnames. They can be filename patterns like *.domain.tld

Version 0.2

  • Access-Control-Allow-Credentials is now returned in the actual reponse if specified by policy

Credits

“wsgicors” is written and maintained by Norman Krämer.

Contributors

The following people contributed directly or indirectly to this project:

Please add yourself here when you submit your first pull request.

 
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