Source code for swh.web.api.views.snapshot

# Copyright (C) 2018-2022  The Software Heritage developers
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# License: GNU Affero General Public License version 3, or any later version
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from rest_framework.request import Request

from swh.web.api.apidoc import api_doc, format_docstring
from swh.web.api.apiurls import api_route
from swh.web.api.utils import enrich_snapshot
from swh.web.api.views.utils import api_lookup
from swh.web.config import get_config
from swh.web.utils import archive, reverse

[docs]@api_route( r"/snapshot/(?P<snapshot_id>[0-9a-f]+)/", "api-1-snapshot", checksum_args=["snapshot_id"], ) @api_doc("/snapshot/", category="Archive") @format_docstring() def api_snapshot(request: Request, snapshot_id: str): """ .. http:get:: /api/1/snapshot/(snapshot_id)/ Get information about a snapshot in the archive. A snapshot is a set of named branches, which are pointers to objects at any level of the Software Heritage DAG. It represents a full picture of an origin at a given time. As well as pointing to other objects in the Software Heritage DAG, branches can also be aliases, in which case their target is the name of another branch in the same snapshot, or dangling, in which case the target is unknown. A snapshot identifier is a salted sha1. See :func:`swh.model.git_objects.snapshot_git_object` in our data model module for details about how they are computed. :param sha1 snapshot_id: a snapshot identifier :query str branches_from: optional parameter used to skip branches whose name is lesser than it before returning them :query int branches_count: optional parameter used to restrain the amount of returned branches (default to 1000) :query str target_types: optional comma separated list parameter used to filter the target types of branch to return (possible values that can be contained in that list are ``content``, ``directory``, ``revision``, ``release``, ``snapshot`` or ``alias``) {common_headers} {resheader_link} :>json object branches: object containing all branches associated to the snapshot,for each of them the associated target type and id are given but also a link to get information about that target :>json string id: the unique identifier of the snapshot :statuscode 200: no error :statuscode 400: an invalid snapshot identifier has been provided :statuscode 404: requested snapshot can not be found in the archive **Example:** .. parsed-literal:: :swh_web_api:`snapshot/6a3a2cf0b2b90ce7ae1cf0a221ed68035b686f5a/` """ snapshot_content_max_size = get_config()["snapshot_content_max_size"] branches_from = request.GET.get("branches_from", "") branches_count = int(request.GET.get("branches_count", snapshot_content_max_size)) target_types_str = request.GET.get("target_types", None) target_types = target_types_str.split(",") if target_types_str else None results = api_lookup( archive.lookup_snapshot, snapshot_id, branches_from, branches_count, target_types, branch_name_exclude_prefix=None, notfound_msg="Snapshot with id {} not found.".format(snapshot_id), enrich_fn=enrich_snapshot, request=request, ) response = {"results": results, "headers": {}} if results["next_branch"] is not None: response["headers"]["link-next"] = reverse( "api-1-snapshot", url_args={"snapshot_id": snapshot_id}, query_params={ "branches_from": results["next_branch"], "branches_count": str(branches_count), "target_types": ",".join(target_types) if target_types else None, }, request=request, ) return response