from __future__ import absolute_import
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _
from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse
from django.core.exceptions import ValidationError
from ..utils import (import_attribute,
from ..account.utils import user_email, user_username, user_field
from ..account.models import EmailAddress
from ..account.adapter import get_adapter as get_account_adapter
from ..account import app_settings as account_settings
from ..account.app_settings import EmailVerificationMethod
from . import app_settings
class DefaultSocialAccountAdapter(object):
    def pre_social_login(self, request, sociallogin):
        Invoked just after a user successfully authenticates via a
        social provider, but before the login is actually processed
        (and before the pre_social_login signal is emitted).
        You can use this hook to intervene, e.g. abort the login by
        raising an ImmediateHttpResponse
        Why both an adapter hook and the signal? Intervening in
        e.g. the flow from within a signal handler is bad -- multiple
        handlers may be active and are executed in undetermined order.
    def new_user(self, request, sociallogin):
        Instantiates a new User instance.
        return get_account_adapter().new_user(request)
    def save_user(self, request, sociallogin, form=None):
        Saves a newly signed up social login. In case of auto-signup,
        the signup form is not available.
        u = sociallogin.account.user
        if form:
            get_account_adapter().save_user(request, u, form)
            get_account_adapter().populate_username(request, u)
        return u
    def populate_user(self,
        Hook that can be used to further populate the user instance.
        For convenience, we populate several common fields.
        Note that the user instance being populated represents a
        suggested User instance that represents the social user that is
        in the process of being logged in.
        The User instance need not be completely valid and conflict
        free. For example, verifying whether or not the username
        already exists, is not a responsibility.
        username = data.get('username')
        first_name = data.get('first_name')
        last_name = data.get('last_name')
        email = data.get('email')
        name = data.get('name')
        user = sociallogin.account.user
        user_username(user, username or '')
        user_email(user, valid_email_or_none(email) or '')
        name_parts = (name or '').partition(' ')
        user_field(user, 'first_name', first_name or name_parts[0])
        user_field(user, 'last_name', last_name or name_parts[2])
        return user
    def get_connect_redirect_url(self, request, socialaccount):
        Returns the default URL to redirect to after successfully
        connecting a social account.
        assert request.user.is_authenticated()
        url = reverse('socialaccount_connections')
        return url
    def validate_disconnect(self, account, accounts):
        Validate whether or not the socialaccount account can be
        safely disconnected.
        if len(accounts) == 1:
            # No usable password would render the local account unusable
            if not account.user.has_usable_password():
                raise ValidationError(_("Your account has no password set"
                                        " up."))
            # No email address, no password reset
            if app_settings.EMAIL_VERIFICATION \
                    == EmailVerificationMethod.MANDATORY:
                if EmailAddress.objects.filter(user=account.user,
                                               verified=True).count() == 0:
                    raise ValidationError(_("Your account has no verified"
                                            " e-mail address."))
    def is_auto_signup_allowed(self, request, sociallogin):
        # If email is specified, check for duplicate and if so, no auto signup.
        auto_signup = app_settings.AUTO_SIGNUP
        if auto_signup:
            email = user_email(sociallogin.account.user)
            # Let's check if auto_signup is really possible...
            if email:
                if account_settings.UNIQUE_EMAIL:
                    if email_address_exists(email):
                        # Oops, another user already has this address.  We
                        # cannot simply connect this social account to the
                        # existing user. Reason is that the email adress may
                        # not be verified, meaning, the user may be a hacker
                        # that has added your email address to his account in
                        # the hope that you fall in his trap.  We cannot check
                        # on 'email_address.verified' either, because
                        # 'email_address' is not guaranteed to be verified.
                        auto_signup = False
                        # FIXME: We redirect to signup form -- user will
                        # see email address conflict only after posting
                        # whereas we detected it here already.
            elif app_settings.EMAIL_REQUIRED:
                # Nope, email is required and we don't have it yet...
                auto_signup = False
        return auto_signup
    def is_open_for_signup(self, request, sociallogin):
        Checks whether or not the site is open for signups.
        Next to simply returning True/False you can also intervene the
        regular flow by raising an ImmediateHttpResponse
        return get_account_adapter().is_open_for_signup(request)
def get_adapter():
    return import_attribute(app_settings.ADAPTER)()