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from __future__ import absolute_import

import io
import logging
import zlib
from contextlib import contextmanager
from socket import error as SocketError
from socket import timeout as SocketTimeout

    import brotli
except ImportError:
    brotli = None

from ._collections import HTTPHeaderDict
from .connection import BaseSSLError, HTTPException
from .exceptions import (
from .packages import six
from .util.response import is_fp_closed, is_response_to_head

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

class DeflateDecoder(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self._first_try = True
        self._data = b""
        self._obj = zlib.decompressobj()

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        return getattr(self._obj, name)

    def decompress(self, data):
        if not data:
            return data

        if not self._first_try:
            return self._obj.decompress(data)

        self._data += data
            decompressed = self._obj.decompress(data)
            if decompressed:
                self._first_try = False
                self._data = None
            return decompressed
        except zlib.error:
            self._first_try = False
            self._obj = zlib.decompressobj(-zlib.MAX_WBITS)
                return self.decompress(self._data)
                self._data = None

class GzipDecoderState(object):


class GzipDecoder(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self._obj = zlib.decompressobj(16 + zlib.MAX_WBITS)
        self._state = GzipDecoderState.FIRST_MEMBER

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        return getattr(self._obj, name)

    def decompress(self, data):
        ret = bytearray()
        if self._state == GzipDecoderState.SWALLOW_DATA or not data:
            return bytes(ret)
        while True:
                ret += self._obj.decompress(data)
            except zlib.error:
                previous_state = self._state
                # Ignore data after the first error
                self._state = GzipDecoderState.SWALLOW_DATA
                if previous_state == GzipDecoderState.OTHER_MEMBERS:
                    # Allow trailing garbage acceptable in other gzip clients
                    return bytes(ret)
            data = self._obj.unused_data
            if not data:
                return bytes(ret)
            self._state = GzipDecoderState.OTHER_MEMBERS
            self._obj = zlib.decompressobj(16 + zlib.MAX_WBITS)

if brotli is not None:

    class BrotliDecoder(object):
        # Supports both 'brotlipy' and 'Brotli' packages
        # since they share an import name. The top branches
        # are for 'brotlipy' and bottom branches for 'Brotli'
        def __init__(self):
            self._obj = brotli.Decompressor()
            if hasattr(self._obj, "decompress"):
                self.decompress = self._obj.decompress
                self.decompress = self._obj.process

        def flush(self):
            if hasattr(self._obj, "flush"):
                return self._obj.flush()
            return b""

class MultiDecoder(object):
    From RFC7231:
        If one or more encodings have been applied to a representation, the
        sender that applied the encodings MUST generate a Content-Encoding
        header field that lists the content codings in the order in which
        they were applied.

    def __init__(self, modes):
        self._decoders = [_get_decoder(m.strip()) for m in modes.split(",")]

    def flush(self):
        return self._decoders[0].flush()

    def decompress(self, data):
        for d in reversed(self._decoders):
            data = d.decompress(data)
        return data

def _get_decoder(mode):
    if "," in mode:
        return MultiDecoder(mode)

    if mode == "gzip":
        return GzipDecoder()

    if brotli is not None and mode == "br":
        return BrotliDecoder()

    return DeflateDecoder()

class HTTPResponse(io.IOBase):
    HTTP Response container.

    Backwards-compatible with :class:`http.client.HTTPResponse` but the response ``body`` is
    loaded and decoded on-demand when the ``data`` property is accessed.  This
    class is also compatible with the Python standard library's :mod:`io`
    module, and can hence be treated as a readable object in the context of that

    Extra parameters for behaviour not present in :class:`http.client.HTTPResponse`:

    :param preload_content:
        If True, the response's body will be preloaded during construction.

    :param decode_content:
        If True, will attempt to decode the body based on the
        'content-encoding' header.

    :param original_response:
        When this HTTPResponse wrapper is generated from an :class:`http.client.HTTPResponse`
        object, it's convenient to include the original for debug purposes. It's
        otherwise unused.

    :param retries:
        The retries contains the last :class:`~urllib3.util.retry.Retry` that
        was used during the request.

    :param enforce_content_length:
        Enforce content length checking. Body returned by server must match
        value of Content-Length header, if present. Otherwise, raise error.

    CONTENT_DECODERS = ["gzip", "deflate"]
    if brotli is not None:
        CONTENT_DECODERS += ["br"]
    REDIRECT_STATUSES = [301, 302, 303, 307, 308]

    def __init__(

        if isinstance(headers, HTTPHeaderDict):
            self.headers = headers
            self.headers = HTTPHeaderDict(headers)
        self.status = status
        self.version = version
        self.reason = reason
        self.strict = strict
        self.decode_content = decode_content
        self.retries = retries
        self.enforce_content_length = enforce_content_length
        self.auto_close = auto_close

        self._decoder = None
        self._body = None
        self._fp = None
        self._original_response = original_response
        self._fp_bytes_read = 0
        self.msg = msg
        self._request_url = request_url

        if body and isinstance(body, (six.string_types, bytes)):
            self._body = body

        self._pool = pool
        self._connection = connection

        if hasattr(body, "read"):
            self._fp = body

        # Are we using the chunked-style of transfer encoding?
        self.chunked = False
        self.chunk_left = None
        tr_enc = self.headers.get("transfer-encoding", "").lower()
        # Don't incur the penalty of creating a list and then discarding it
        encodings = (enc.strip() for enc in tr_enc.split(","))
        if "chunked" in encodings:
            self.chunked = True

        # Determine length of response
        self.length_remaining = self._init_length(request_method)

        # If requested, preload the body.
        if preload_content and not self._body:
            self._body =

    def get_redirect_location(self):
        Should we redirect and where to?

        :returns: Truthy redirect location string if we got a redirect status
            code and valid location. ``None`` if redirect status and no
            location. ``False`` if not a redirect status code.
        if self.status in self.REDIRECT_STATUSES:
            return self.headers.get("location")

        return False

    def release_conn(self):
        if not self._pool or not self._connection:

        self._connection = None

    def drain_conn(self):
        Read and discard any remaining HTTP response data in the response connection.

        Unread data in the HTTPResponse connection blocks the connection from being released back to the pool.
        except (HTTPError, SocketError, BaseSSLError, HTTPException):

    def data(self):
        # For backwards-compat with earlier urllib3 0.4 and earlier.
        if self._body:
            return self._body

        if self._fp:

    def connection(self):
        return self._connection

    def isclosed(self):
        return is_fp_closed(self._fp)

    def tell(self):
        Obtain the number of bytes pulled over the wire so far. May differ from
        the amount of content returned by :meth:````
        if bytes are encoded on the wire (e.g, compressed).
        return self._fp_bytes_read

    def _init_length(self, request_method):
        Set initial length value for Response content if available.
        length = self.headers.get("content-length")

        if length is not None:
            if self.chunked:
                # This Response will fail with an IncompleteRead if it can't be
                # received as chunked. This method falls back to attempt reading
                # the response before raising an exception.
                    "Received response with both Content-Length and "
                    "Transfer-Encoding set. This is expressly forbidden "
                    "by RFC 7230 sec 3.3.2. Ignoring Content-Length and "
                    "attempting to process response as Transfer-Encoding: "
                return None

                # RFC 7230 section 3.3.2 specifies multiple content lengths can
                # be sent in a single Content-Length header
                # (e.g. Content-Length: 42, 42). This line ensures the values
                # are all valid ints and that as long as the `set` length is 1,
                # all values are the same. Otherwise, the header is invalid.
                lengths = set([int(val) for val in length.split(",")])
                if len(lengths) > 1:
                    raise InvalidHeader(
                        "Content-Length contained multiple "
                        "unmatching values (%s)" % length
                length = lengths.pop()
            except ValueError:
                length = None
                if length < 0:
                    length = None

        # Convert status to int for comparison
        # In some cases, httplib returns a status of "_UNKNOWN"
            status = int(self.status)
        except ValueError:
            status = 0

        # Check for responses that shouldn't include a body
        if status in (204, 304) or 100 <= status < 200 or request_method == "HEAD":
            length = 0

        return length

    def _init_decoder(self):
        Set-up the _decoder attribute if necessary.
        # Note: content-encoding value should be case-insensitive, per RFC 7230
        # Section 3.2
        content_encoding = self.headers.get("content-encoding", "").lower()
        if self._decoder is None:
            if content_encoding in self.CONTENT_DECODERS:
                self._decoder = _get_decoder(content_encoding)
            elif "," in content_encoding:
                encodings = [
                    for e in content_encoding.split(",")
                    if e.strip() in self.CONTENT_DECODERS
                if len(encodings):
                    self._decoder = _get_decoder(content_encoding)

    DECODER_ERROR_CLASSES = (IOError, zlib.error)
    if brotli is not None:
        DECODER_ERROR_CLASSES += (brotli.error,)

    def _decode(self, data, decode_content, flush_decoder):
        Decode the data passed in and potentially flush the decoder.
        if not decode_content:
            return data

            if self._decoder:
                data = self._decoder.decompress(data)
        except self.DECODER_ERROR_CLASSES as e:
            content_encoding = self.headers.get("content-encoding", "").lower()
            raise DecodeError(
                "Received response with content-encoding: %s, but "
                "failed to decode it." % content_encoding,
        if flush_decoder:
            data += self._flush_decoder()

        return data

    def _flush_decoder(self):
        Flushes the decoder. Should only be called if the decoder is actually
        being used.
        if self._decoder:
            buf = self._decoder.decompress(b"")
            return buf + self._decoder.flush()

        return b""

    def _error_catcher(self):
        Catch low-level python exceptions, instead re-raising urllib3
        variants, so that low-level exceptions are not leaked in the
        high-level api.

        On exit, release the connection back to the pool.
        clean_exit = False


            except SocketTimeout:
                # FIXME: Ideally we'd like to include the url in the ReadTimeoutError but
                # there is yet no clean way to get at it from this context.
                raise ReadTimeoutError(self._pool, None, "Read timed out.")

            except BaseSSLError as e:
                # FIXME: Is there a better way to differentiate between SSLErrors?
                if "read operation timed out" not in str(e):
                    # SSL errors related to framing/MAC get wrapped and reraised here
                    raise SSLError(e)

                raise ReadTimeoutError(self._pool, None, "Read timed out.")

            except (HTTPException, SocketError) as e:
                # This includes IncompleteRead.
                raise ProtocolError("Connection broken: %r" % e, e)

            # If no exception is thrown, we should avoid cleaning up
            # unnecessarily.
            clean_exit = True
            # If we didn't terminate cleanly, we need to throw away our
            # connection.
            if not clean_exit:
                # The response may not be closed but we're not going to use it
                # anymore so close it now to ensure that the connection is
                # released back to the pool.
                if self._original_response:

                # Closing the response may not actually be sufficient to close
                # everything, so if we have a hold of the connection close that
                # too.
                if self._connection:

            # If we hold the original response but it's closed now, we should
            # return the connection back to the pool.
            if self._original_response and self._original_response.isclosed():

    def read(self, amt=None, decode_content=None, cache_content=False):
        Similar to :meth:``, but with two additional
        parameters: ``decode_content`` and ``cache_content``.

        :param amt:
            How much of the content to read. If specified, caching is skipped
            because it doesn't make sense to cache partial content as the full

        :param decode_content:
            If True, will attempt to decode the body based on the
            'content-encoding' header.

        :param cache_content:
            If True, will save the returned data such that the same result is
            returned despite of the state of the underlying file object. This
            is useful if you want the ``.data`` property to continue working
            after having ``.read()`` the file object. (Overridden if ``amt`` is
        if decode_content is None:
            decode_content = self.decode_content

        if self._fp is None:

        flush_decoder = False
        fp_closed = getattr(self._fp, "closed", False)

        with self._error_catcher():
            if amt is None:
                # cStringIO doesn't like amt=None
                data = if not fp_closed else b""
                flush_decoder = True
                cache_content = False
                data = if not fp_closed else b""
                if (
                    amt != 0 and not data
                ):  # Platform-specific: Buggy versions of Python.
                    # Close the connection when no data is returned
                    # This is redundant to what httplib/http.client _should_
                    # already do.  However, versions of python released before
                    # December 15, 2012 ( do
                    # not properly close the connection in all cases. There is
                    # no harm in redundantly calling close.
                    flush_decoder = True
                    if self.enforce_content_length and self.length_remaining not in (
                        # This is an edge case that httplib failed to cover due
                        # to concerns of backward compatibility. We're
                        # addressing it here to make sure IncompleteRead is
                        # raised during streaming, so all calls with incorrect
                        # Content-Length are caught.
                        raise IncompleteRead(self._fp_bytes_read, self.length_remaining)

        if data:
            self._fp_bytes_read += len(data)
            if self.length_remaining is not None:
                self.length_remaining -= len(data)

            data = self._decode(data, decode_content, flush_decoder)

            if cache_content:
                self._body = data

        return data

    def stream(self, amt=2 ** 16, decode_content=None):
        A generator wrapper for the read() method. A call will block until
        ``amt`` bytes have been read from the connection or until the
        connection is closed.

        :param amt:
            How much of the content to read. The generator will return up to
            much data per iteration, but may return less. This is particularly
            likely when using compressed data. However, the empty string will
            never be returned.

        :param decode_content:
            If True, will attempt to decode the body based on the
            'content-encoding' header.
        if self.chunked and self.supports_chunked_reads():
            for line in self.read_chunked(amt, decode_content=decode_content):
                yield line
            while not is_fp_closed(self._fp):
                data =, decode_content=decode_content)

                if data:
                    yield data

    def from_httplib(ResponseCls, r, **response_kw):
        Given an :class:`http.client.HTTPResponse` instance ``r``, return a
        corresponding :class:`urllib3.response.HTTPResponse` object.

        Remaining parameters are passed to the HTTPResponse constructor, along
        with ``original_response=r``.
        headers = r.msg

        if not isinstance(headers, HTTPHeaderDict):
            if six.PY2:
                # Python 2.7
                headers = HTTPHeaderDict.from_httplib(headers)
                headers = HTTPHeaderDict(headers.items())

        # HTTPResponse objects in Python 3 don't have a .strict attribute
        strict = getattr(r, "strict", 0)
        resp = ResponseCls(
        return resp

    # Backwards-compatibility methods for http.client.HTTPResponse
    def getheaders(self):
        return self.headers

    def getheader(self, name, default=None):
        return self.headers.get(name, default)

    # Backwards compatibility for http.cookiejar
    def info(self):
        return self.headers

    # Overrides from io.IOBase
    def close(self):
        if not self.closed:

        if self._connection:

        if not self.auto_close:

    def closed(self):
        if not self.auto_close:
            return io.IOBase.closed.__get__(self)
        elif self._fp is None:
            return True
        elif hasattr(self._fp, "isclosed"):
            return self._fp.isclosed()
        elif hasattr(self._fp, "closed"):
            return self._fp.closed
            return True

    def fileno(self):
        if self._fp is None:
            raise IOError("HTTPResponse has no file to get a fileno from")
        elif hasattr(self._fp, "fileno"):
            return self._fp.fileno()
            raise IOError(
                "The file-like object this HTTPResponse is wrapped "
                "around has no file descriptor"

    def flush(self):
        if (
            self._fp is not None
            and hasattr(self._fp, "flush")
            and not getattr(self._fp, "closed", False)
            return self._fp.flush()

    def readable(self):
        # This method is required for `io` module compatibility.
        return True

    def readinto(self, b):
        # This method is required for `io` module compatibility.
        temp =
        if len(temp) == 0:
            return 0
            b[: len(temp)] = temp
            return len(temp)

    def supports_chunked_reads(self):
        Checks if the underlying file-like object looks like a
        :class:`http.client.HTTPResponse` object. We do this by testing for
        the fp attribute. If it is present we assume it returns raw chunks as
        processed by read_chunked().
        return hasattr(self._fp, "fp")

    def _update_chunk_length(self):
        # First, we'll figure out length of a chunk and then
        # we'll try to read it from socket.
        if self.chunk_left is not None:
        line = self._fp.fp.readline()
        line = line.split(b";", 1)[0]
            self.chunk_left = int(line, 16)
        except ValueError:
            # Invalid chunked protocol response, abort.
            raise InvalidChunkLength(self, line)

    def _handle_chunk(self, amt):
        returned_chunk = None
        if amt is None:
            chunk = self._fp._safe_read(self.chunk_left)
            returned_chunk = chunk
            self._fp._safe_read(2)  # Toss the CRLF at the end of the chunk.
            self.chunk_left = None
        elif amt < self.chunk_left:
            value = self._fp._safe_read(amt)
            self.chunk_left = self.chunk_left - amt
            returned_chunk = value
        elif amt == self.chunk_left:
            value = self._fp._safe_read(amt)
            self._fp._safe_read(2)  # Toss the CRLF at the end of the chunk.
            self.chunk_left = None
            returned_chunk = value
        else:  # amt > self.chunk_left
            returned_chunk = self._fp._safe_read(self.chunk_left)
            self._fp._safe_read(2)  # Toss the CRLF at the end of the chunk.
            self.chunk_left = None
        return returned_chunk

    def read_chunked(self, amt=None, decode_content=None):
        Similar to :meth:``, but with an additional
        parameter: ``decode_content``.

        :param amt:
            How much of the content to read. If specified, caching is skipped
            because it doesn't make sense to cache partial content as the full

        :param decode_content:
            If True, will attempt to decode the body based on the
            'content-encoding' header.
        # FIXME: Rewrite this method and make it a class with a better structured logic.
        if not self.chunked:
            raise ResponseNotChunked(
                "Response is not chunked. "
                "Header 'transfer-encoding: chunked' is missing."
        if not self.supports_chunked_reads():
            raise BodyNotHttplibCompatible(
                "Body should be http.client.HTTPResponse like. "
                "It should have have an fp attribute which returns raw chunks."

        with self._error_catcher():
            # Don't bother reading the body of a HEAD request.
            if self._original_response and is_response_to_head(self._original_response):

            # If a response is already read and closed
            # then return immediately.
            if self._fp.fp is None:

            while True:
                if self.chunk_left == 0:
                chunk = self._handle_chunk(amt)
                decoded = self._decode(
                    chunk, decode_content=decode_content, flush_decoder=False
                if decoded:
                    yield decoded

            if decode_content:
                # On CPython and PyPy, we should never need to flush the
                # decoder. However, on Jython we *might* need to, so
                # lets defensively do it anyway.
                decoded = self._flush_decoder()
                if decoded:  # Platform-specific: Jython.
                    yield decoded

            # Chunk content ends with \r\n: discard it.
            while True:
                line = self._fp.fp.readline()
                if not line:
                    # Some sites may not end with '\r\n'.
                if line == b"\r\n":

            # We read everything; close the "file".
            if self._original_response:

    def geturl(self):
        Returns the URL that was the source of this response.
        If the request that generated this response redirected, this method
        will return the final redirect location.
        if self.retries is not None and len(self.retries.history):
            return self.retries.history[-1].redirect_location
            return self._request_url

    def __iter__(self):
        buffer = []
        for chunk in
            if b"\n" in chunk:
                chunk = chunk.split(b"\n")
                yield b"".join(buffer) + chunk[0] + b"\n"
                for x in chunk[1:-1]:
                    yield x + b"\n"
                if chunk[-1]:
                    buffer = [chunk[-1]]
                    buffer = []
        if buffer:
            yield b"".join(buffer)