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#!/usr/bin/env python
'''
Python WebSocket library with support for "wss://" encryption.
Copyright 2011 Joel Martin
Licensed under LGPL version 3 (see docs/LICENSE.LGPL-3)
Supports following protocol versions:
- http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-hybi-thewebsocketprotocol-07
- http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-hybi-thewebsocketprotocol-10
- http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6455
You can make a cert/key with openssl using:
openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -nodes -out self.pem -keyout self.pem
as taken from http://docs.python.org/dev/library/ssl.html#certificates
'''
import os, sys, time, errno, signal, socket, traceback, select
import array, struct
from base64 import b64encode, b64decode
# Imports that vary by python version
# python 3.0 differences
if sys.hexversion > 0x3000000:
b2s = lambda buf: buf.decode('latin_1')
s2b = lambda s: s.encode('latin_1')
s2a = lambda s: s
else:
b2s = lambda buf: buf # No-op
s2b = lambda s: s # No-op
s2a = lambda s: [ord(c) for c in s]
try: from io import StringIO
except: from cStringIO import StringIO
try: from http.server import SimpleHTTPRequestHandler
except: from SimpleHTTPServer import SimpleHTTPRequestHandler
# python 2.6 differences
try: from hashlib import sha1
except: from sha import sha as sha1
# python 2.5 differences
try:
from struct import pack, unpack_from
except:
from struct import pack
def unpack_from(fmt, buf, offset=0):
slice = buffer(buf, offset, struct.calcsize(fmt))
return struct.unpack(fmt, slice)
# Degraded functionality if these imports are missing
for mod, msg in [('numpy', 'HyBi protocol will be slower'),
('ssl', 'TLS/SSL/wss is disabled'),
('multiprocessing', 'Multi-Processing is disabled'),
('resource', 'daemonizing is disabled')]:
try:
globals()[mod] = __import__(mod)
except ImportError:
globals()[mod] = None
print("WARNING: no '%s' module, %s" % (mod, msg))
if multiprocessing and sys.platform == 'win32':
# make sockets pickle-able/inheritable
import multiprocessing.reduction
class WebSocketServer(object):
"""
WebSockets server class.
Must be sub-classed with new_client method definition.
"""
buffer_size = 65536
server_handshake_hybi = """HTTP/1.1 101 Switching Protocols\r
Upgrade: websocket\r
Connection: Upgrade\r
Sec-WebSocket-Accept: %s\r
"""
GUID = "258EAFA5-E914-47DA-95CA-C5AB0DC85B11"
policy_response = """<cross-domain-policy><allow-access-from domain="*" to-ports="*" /></cross-domain-policy>\n"""
# An exception before the WebSocket connection was established
class EClose(Exception):
pass
# An exception while the WebSocket client was connected
class CClose(Exception):
pass
def __init__(self, listen_host='', listen_port=None, source_is_ipv6=False,
verbose=False, cert='', key='', ssl_only=None,
daemon=False, record='', web='',
run_once=False, timeout=0, idle_timeout=0):
# settings
self.verbose = verbose
self.listen_host = listen_host
self.listen_port = listen_port
self.prefer_ipv6 = source_is_ipv6
self.ssl_only = ssl_only
self.daemon = daemon
self.run_once = run_once
self.timeout = timeout
self.idle_timeout = idle_timeout
self.launch_time = time.time()
self.ws_connection = False
self.handler_id = 1
# Make paths settings absolute
self.cert = os.path.abspath(cert)
self.key = self.web = self.record = ''
if key:
self.key = os.path.abspath(key)
if web:
self.web = os.path.abspath(web)
if record:
self.record = os.path.abspath(record)
if self.web:
os.chdir(self.web)
# Sanity checks
if not ssl and self.ssl_only:
raise Exception("No 'ssl' module and SSL-only specified")
if self.daemon and not resource:
raise Exception("Module 'resource' required to daemonize")
# Show configuration
print("WebSocket server settings:")
print(" - Listen on %s:%s" % (
self.listen_host, self.listen_port))
print(" - Flash security policy server")
if self.web:
print(" - Web server. Web root: %s" % self.web)
if ssl:
if os.path.exists(self.cert):
print(" - SSL/TLS support")
if self.ssl_only:
print(" - Deny non-SSL/TLS connections")
else:
print(" - No SSL/TLS support (no cert file)")
else:
print(" - No SSL/TLS support (no 'ssl' module)")
if self.daemon:
print(" - Backgrounding (daemon)")
if self.record:
print(" - Recording to '%s.*'" % self.record)
#
# WebSocketServer static methods
#
@staticmethod
def socket(host, port=None, connect=False, prefer_ipv6=False, unix_socket=None, use_ssl=False):
""" Resolve a host (and optional port) to an IPv4 or IPv6
address. Create a socket. Bind to it if listen is set,
otherwise connect to it. Return the socket.
"""
flags = 0
if host == '':
host = None
if connect and not (port or unix_socket):
raise Exception("Connect mode requires a port")
if use_ssl and not ssl:
raise Exception("SSL socket requested but Python SSL module not loaded.");
if not connect and use_ssl:
raise Exception("SSL only supported in connect mode (for now)")
if not connect:
flags = flags | socket.AI_PASSIVE
if not unix_socket:
addrs = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, 0, socket.SOCK_STREAM,
socket.IPPROTO_TCP, flags)
if not addrs:
raise Exception("Could not resolve host '%s'" % host)
addrs.sort(key=lambda x: x[0])
if prefer_ipv6:
addrs.reverse()
sock = socket.socket(addrs[0][0], addrs[0][1])
if connect:
sock.connect(addrs[0][4])
if use_ssl:
sock = ssl.wrap_socket(sock)
else:
sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
sock.bind(addrs[0][4])
sock.listen(100)
else:
sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_UNIX, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
sock.connect(unix_socket)
return sock
@staticmethod
def daemonize(keepfd=None, chdir='/'):
os.umask(0)
if chdir:
os.chdir(chdir)
else:
os.chdir('/')
os.setgid(os.getgid()) # relinquish elevations
os.setuid(os.getuid()) # relinquish elevations
# Double fork to daemonize
if os.fork() > 0: os._exit(0) # Parent exits
os.setsid() # Obtain new process group
if os.fork() > 0: os._exit(0) # Parent exits
# Signal handling
def terminate(a,b): os._exit(0)
signal.signal(signal.SIGTERM, terminate)
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_IGN)
# Close open files
maxfd = resource.getrlimit(resource.RLIMIT_NOFILE)[1]
if maxfd == resource.RLIM_INFINITY: maxfd = 256
for fd in reversed(range(maxfd)):
try:
if fd != keepfd:
os.close(fd)
except OSError:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
if exc.errno != errno.EBADF: raise
# Redirect I/O to /dev/null
os.dup2(os.open(os.devnull, os.O_RDWR), sys.stdin.fileno())
os.dup2(os.open(os.devnull, os.O_RDWR), sys.stdout.fileno())
os.dup2(os.open(os.devnull, os.O_RDWR), sys.stderr.fileno())
@staticmethod
def unmask(buf, hlen, plen):
pstart = hlen + 4
pend = pstart + plen
if numpy:
b = c = s2b('')
if plen >= 4:
mask = numpy.frombuffer(buf, dtype=numpy.dtype('<u4'),
offset=hlen, count=1)
data = numpy.frombuffer(buf, dtype=numpy.dtype('<u4'),
offset=pstart, count=int(plen / 4))
#b = numpy.bitwise_xor(data, mask).data
b = numpy.bitwise_xor(data, mask).tostring()
if plen % 4:
#print("Partial unmask")
mask = numpy.frombuffer(buf, dtype=numpy.dtype('B'),
offset=hlen, count=(plen % 4))
data = numpy.frombuffer(buf, dtype=numpy.dtype('B'),
offset=pend - (plen % 4),
count=(plen % 4))
c = numpy.bitwise_xor(data, mask).tostring()
return b + c
else:
# Slower fallback
mask = buf[hlen:hlen+4]
data = array.array('B')
mask = s2a(mask)
data.fromstring(buf[pstart:pend])
for i in range(len(data)):
data[i] ^= mask[i % 4]
return data.tostring()
@staticmethod
def encode_hybi(buf, opcode, base64=False):
""" Encode a HyBi style WebSocket frame.
Optional opcode:
0x0 - continuation
0x1 - text frame (base64 encode buf)
0x2 - binary frame (use raw buf)
0x8 - connection close
0x9 - ping
0xA - pong
"""
if base64:
buf = b64encode(buf)
b1 = 0x80 | (opcode & 0x0f) # FIN + opcode
payload_len = len(buf)
if payload_len <= 125:
header = pack('>BB', b1, payload_len)
elif payload_len > 125 and payload_len < 65536:
header = pack('>BBH', b1, 126, payload_len)
elif payload_len >= 65536:
header = pack('>BBQ', b1, 127, payload_len)
#print("Encoded: %s" % repr(header + buf))
return header + buf, len(header), 0
@staticmethod
def decode_hybi(buf, base64=False):
""" Decode HyBi style WebSocket packets.
Returns:
{'fin' : 0_or_1,
'opcode' : number,
'masked' : boolean,
'hlen' : header_bytes_number,
'length' : payload_bytes_number,
'payload' : decoded_buffer,
'left' : bytes_left_number,
'close_code' : number,
'close_reason' : string}
"""
f = {'fin' : 0,
'opcode' : 0,
'masked' : False,
'hlen' : 2,
'length' : 0,
'payload' : None,
'left' : 0,
'close_code' : 1000,
'close_reason' : ''}
blen = len(buf)
f['left'] = blen
if blen < f['hlen']:
return f # Incomplete frame header
b1, b2 = unpack_from(">BB", buf)
f['opcode'] = b1 & 0x0f
f['fin'] = (b1 & 0x80) >> 7
f['masked'] = (b2 & 0x80) >> 7
f['length'] = b2 & 0x7f
if f['length'] == 126:
f['hlen'] = 4
if blen < f['hlen']:
return f # Incomplete frame header
(f['length'],) = unpack_from('>xxH', buf)
elif f['length'] == 127:
f['hlen'] = 10
if blen < f['hlen']:
return f # Incomplete frame header
(f['length'],) = unpack_from('>xxQ', buf)
full_len = f['hlen'] + f['masked'] * 4 + f['length']
if blen < full_len: # Incomplete frame
return f # Incomplete frame header
# Number of bytes that are part of the next frame(s)
f['left'] = blen - full_len
# Process 1 frame
if f['masked']:
# unmask payload
f['payload'] = WebSocketServer.unmask(buf, f['hlen'],
f['length'])
else:
print("Unmasked frame: %s" % repr(buf))
f['payload'] = buf[(f['hlen'] + f['masked'] * 4):full_len]
if base64 and f['opcode'] in [1, 2]:
try:
f['payload'] = b64decode(f['payload'])
except:
print("Exception while b64decoding buffer: %s" %
repr(buf))
raise
if f['opcode'] == 0x08:
if f['length'] >= 2:
f['close_code'] = unpack_from(">H", f['payload'])[0]
if f['length'] > 3:
f['close_reason'] = f['payload'][2:]
return f
#
# WebSocketServer logging/output functions
#
def traffic(self, token="."):
""" Show traffic flow in verbose mode. """
return
if self.verbose and not self.daemon:
sys.stdout.write(token)
sys.stdout.flush()
def msg(self, msg):
""" Output message with handler_id prefix. """
if not self.daemon:
print("% 3d: %s" % (self.handler_id, msg))
def vmsg(self, msg):
""" Same as msg() but only if verbose. """
if self.verbose:
self.msg(msg)
#
# Main WebSocketServer methods
#
def send_frames(self, bufs=None):
""" Encode and send WebSocket frames. Any frames already
queued will be sent first. If buf is not set then only queued
frames will be sent. Returns the number of pending frames that
could not be fully sent. If returned pending frames is greater
than 0, then the caller should call again when the socket is
ready. """
tdelta = int(time.time()*1000) - self.start_time
if bufs:
for buf in bufs:
if self.binary:
encbuf, lenhead, lentail = self.encode_hybi(buf, opcode=2, base64=False)
else:
encbuf, lenhead, lentail = self.encode_hybi(buf, opcode=1, base64=self.base64)
if self.rec:
self.rec.write("%s,\n" %
repr("{%s{" % tdelta
+ encbuf[lenhead:len(encbuf)-lentail]))
self.send_parts.append(encbuf)
while self.send_parts:
# Send pending frames
buf = self.send_parts.pop(0)
sent = self.client.send(buf)
if sent == len(buf):
self.traffic("<")
else:
self.traffic("<.")
self.send_parts.insert(0, buf[sent:])
break
return len(self.send_parts)
def recv_frames(self):
""" Receive and decode WebSocket frames.
Returns:
(bufs_list, closed_string)
"""
closed = False
bufs = []
tdelta = int(time.time()*1000) - self.start_time
buf = self.client.recv(self.buffer_size)
if len(buf) == 0:
closed = {'code': 1000, 'reason': "Client closed abruptly"}
return bufs, closed
if self.recv_part:
# Add partially received frames to current read buffer
buf = self.recv_part + buf
self.recv_part = None
while buf:
frame = self.decode_hybi(buf, base64=self.base64)
#print("Received buf: %s, frame: %s" % (repr(buf), frame))
if frame['payload'] == None:
# Incomplete/partial frame
self.traffic("}.")
if frame['left'] > 0:
self.recv_part = buf[-frame['left']:]
break
else:
if frame['opcode'] == 0x8: # connection close
closed = {'code': frame['close_code'],
'reason': frame['close_reason']}
break
self.traffic("}")
if self.rec:
start = frame['hlen']
end = frame['hlen'] + frame['length']
if frame['masked']:
recbuf = WebSocketServer.unmask(buf, frame['hlen'],
frame['length'])
else:
recbuf = buf[frame['hlen']:frame['hlen'] +
frame['length']]
self.rec.write("%s,\n" %
repr("}%s}" % tdelta + recbuf))
bufs.append(frame['payload'])
if frame['left']:
buf = buf[-frame['left']:]
else:
buf = ''
return bufs, closed
def send_close(self, code=1000, reason=''):
""" Send a WebSocket orderly close frame. """
msg = pack(">H%ds" % len(reason), code, reason)
buf, h, t = self.encode_hybi(msg, opcode=0x08, base64=False)
self.client.send(buf)
def do_websocket_handshake(self, headers, path):
h = self.headers = headers
self.path = path
prot = 'WebSocket-Protocol'
protocols = h.get('Sec-'+prot, h.get(prot, '')).split(',')
ver = h.get('Sec-WebSocket-Version')
if ver:
# HyBi/IETF version of the protocol
# HyBi-07 report version 7
# HyBi-08 - HyBi-12 report version 8
# HyBi-13 reports version 13
if ver in ['7', '8', '13']:
self.version = "hybi-%02d" % int(ver)
else:
raise self.EClose('Unsupported protocol version %s' % ver)
key = h['Sec-WebSocket-Key']
# Choose binary if client supports it
if 'binary' in protocols:
self.base64 = False
self.binary = True
elif 'base64' in protocols:
self.base64 = True
self.binary = False
# Generate the hash value for the accept header
accept = b64encode(sha1(s2b(key + self.GUID)).digest())
response = self.server_handshake_hybi % b2s(accept)
if self.base64:
response += "Sec-WebSocket-Protocol: base64\r\n"
elif self.binary:
response += "Sec-WebSocket-Protocol: binary\r\n"
response += "\r\n"
else:
raise self.EClose("Missing Sec-WebSocket-Version header. Hixie protocols not supported.")
return response
def do_handshake(self, sock, address):
"""
do_handshake does the following:
- Peek at the first few bytes from the socket.
- If the connection is Flash policy request then answer it,
close the socket and return.
- If the connection is an HTTPS/SSL/TLS connection then SSL
wrap the socket.
- Read from the (possibly wrapped) socket.
- If we have received a HTTP GET request and the webserver
functionality is enabled, answer it, close the socket and
return.
- Assume we have a WebSockets connection, parse the client
handshake data.
- Send a WebSockets handshake server response.
- Return the socket for this WebSocket client.
"""
stype = ""
ready = select.select([sock], [], [], 3)[0]
if not ready:
raise self.EClose("ignoring socket not ready")
# Peek, but do not read the data so that we have a opportunity
# to SSL wrap the socket first
handshake = sock.recv(1024, socket.MSG_PEEK)
#self.msg("Handshake [%s]" % handshake)
if handshake == "":
raise self.EClose("ignoring empty handshake")
elif handshake.startswith(s2b("<policy-file-request/>")):
# Answer Flash policy request
handshake = sock.recv(1024)
sock.send(s2b(self.policy_response))
raise self.EClose("Sending flash policy response")
elif handshake[0] in ("\x16", "\x80", 22, 128):
# SSL wrap the connection
if not ssl:
raise self.EClose("SSL connection but no 'ssl' module")
if not os.path.exists(self.cert):
raise self.EClose("SSL connection but '%s' not found"
% self.cert)
retsock = None
try:
retsock = ssl.wrap_socket(
sock,
server_side=True,
certfile=self.cert,
keyfile=self.key)
except ssl.SSLError:
_, x, _ = sys.exc_info()
if x.args[0] == ssl.SSL_ERROR_EOF:
if len(x.args) > 1:
raise self.EClose(x.args[1])
else:
raise self.EClose("Got SSL_ERROR_EOF")
else:
raise
self.scheme = "wss"
stype = "SSL/TLS (wss://)"
elif self.ssl_only:
raise self.EClose("non-SSL connection received but disallowed")
else:
retsock = sock
self.scheme = "ws"
stype = "Plain non-SSL (ws://)"
wsh = WSRequestHandler(retsock, address, not self.web)
if wsh.last_code == 101:
# Continue on to handle WebSocket upgrade
pass
elif wsh.last_code == 405:
raise self.EClose("Normal web request received but disallowed")
elif wsh.last_code < 200 or wsh.last_code >= 300:
raise self.EClose(wsh.last_message)
elif self.verbose:
raise self.EClose(wsh.last_message)
else:
raise self.EClose("")
response = self.do_websocket_handshake(wsh.headers, wsh.path)
self.msg("%s: %s WebSocket connection" % (address[0], stype))
self.msg("%s: Version %s, base64: '%s'" % (address[0],
self.version, self.base64))
if self.path != '/':
self.msg("%s: Path: '%s'" % (address[0], self.path))
# Send server WebSockets handshake response
#self.msg("sending response [%s]" % response)
retsock.send(s2b(response))
# Return the WebSockets socket which may be SSL wrapped
return retsock
#
# Events that can/should be overridden in sub-classes
#
def started(self):
""" Called after WebSockets startup """
self.vmsg("WebSockets server started")
def poll(self):
""" Run periodically while waiting for connections. """
#self.vmsg("Running poll()")
pass
def fallback_SIGCHLD(self, sig, stack):
# Reap zombies when using os.fork() (python 2.4)
self.vmsg("Got SIGCHLD, reaping zombies")
try:
result = os.waitpid(-1, os.WNOHANG)
while result[0]:
self.vmsg("Reaped child process %s" % result[0])
result = os.waitpid(-1, os.WNOHANG)
except (OSError):
pass
def do_SIGINT(self, sig, stack):
self.msg("Got SIGINT, exiting")
sys.exit(0)
def top_new_client(self, startsock, address):
""" Do something with a WebSockets client connection. """
# Initialize per client settings
self.send_parts = []
self.recv_part = None
self.base64 = False
self.binary = False
self.rec = None
self.start_time = int(time.time()*1000)
# handler process
try:
try:
self.client = self.do_handshake(startsock, address)
if self.record:
# Record raw frame data as JavaScript array
fname = "%s.%s" % (self.record,
self.handler_id)
self.msg("opening record file: %s" % fname)
self.rec = open(fname, 'w+')
encoding = "None"
if self.base64: encoding = "base64"
if self.binary: encoding = "binary"
self.rec.write("var VNC_frame_encoding = '%s';\n"
% encoding)
self.rec.write("var VNC_frame_data = [\n")
self.ws_connection = True
self.new_client()
except self.CClose:
# Close the client
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
if self.client:
self.send_close(exc.args[0], exc.args[1])
except self.EClose:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
# Connection was not a WebSockets connection
if exc.args[0]:
self.msg("%s: %s" % (address[0], exc.args[0]))
except Exception:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
self.msg("handler exception: %s" % str(exc))
if self.verbose:
self.msg(traceback.format_exc())
finally:
if self.rec:
self.rec.write("'EOF'];\n")
self.rec.close()
if self.client and self.client != startsock:
# Close the SSL wrapped socket
# Original socket closed by caller
self.client.close()
def new_client(self):
""" Do something with a WebSockets client connection. """
raise("WebSocketServer.new_client() must be overloaded")
def start_server(self):
"""
Daemonize if requested. Listen for for connections. Run
do_handshake() method for each connection. If the connection
is a WebSockets client then call new_client() method (which must
be overridden) for each new client connection.
"""
lsock = self.socket(self.listen_host, self.listen_port, False, self.prefer_ipv6)
if self.daemon:
self.daemonize(keepfd=lsock.fileno(), chdir=self.web)
self.started() # Some things need to happen after daemonizing
# Allow override of SIGINT
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, self.do_SIGINT)
if not multiprocessing:
# os.fork() (python 2.4) child reaper
signal.signal(signal.SIGCHLD, self.fallback_SIGCHLD)
last_active_time = self.launch_time
while True:
try:
try:
self.client = None
startsock = None
pid = err = 0
child_count = 0
if multiprocessing and self.idle_timeout:
child_count = len(multiprocessing.active_children())
time_elapsed = time.time() - self.launch_time
if self.timeout and time_elapsed > self.timeout:
self.msg('listener exit due to --timeout %s'
% self.timeout)
break
if self.idle_timeout:
idle_time = 0
if child_count == 0:
idle_time = time.time() - last_active_time
else:
idle_time = 0
last_active_time = time.time()
if idle_time > self.idle_timeout and child_count == 0:
self.msg('listener exit due to --idle-timeout %s'
% self.idle_timeout)
break
try:
self.poll()
ready = select.select([lsock], [], [], 1)[0]
if lsock in ready:
startsock, address = lsock.accept()
else:
continue
except Exception:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
if hasattr(exc, 'errno'):
err = exc.errno
elif hasattr(exc, 'args'):
err = exc.args[0]
else:
err = exc[0]
if err == errno.EINTR:
self.vmsg("Ignoring interrupted syscall")
continue
else:
raise
if self.run_once:
# Run in same process if run_once
self.top_new_client(startsock, address)
if self.ws_connection :
self.msg('%s: exiting due to --run-once'
% address[0])
break
elif multiprocessing:
self.vmsg('%s: new handler Process' % address[0])
p = multiprocessing.Process(
target=self.top_new_client,
args=(startsock, address))
p.start()
# child will not return
else:
# python 2.4
self.vmsg('%s: forking handler' % address[0])
pid = os.fork()
if pid == 0:
# child handler process
self.top_new_client(startsock, address)
break # child process exits
# parent process
self.handler_id += 1
except KeyboardInterrupt:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
print("In KeyboardInterrupt")
pass
except SystemExit:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
print("In SystemExit")
break
except Exception:
_, exc, _ = sys.exc_info()
self.msg("handler exception: %s" % str(exc))
if self.verbose:
self.msg(traceback.format_exc())
finally:
if startsock:
startsock.close()
# Close listen port
self.vmsg("Closing socket listening at %s:%s"
% (self.listen_host, self.listen_port))
lsock.close()
# HTTP handler with WebSocket upgrade support
class WSRequestHandler(SimpleHTTPRequestHandler):
def __init__(self, req, addr, only_upgrade=False):
self.only_upgrade = only_upgrade # only allow upgrades
SimpleHTTPRequestHandler.__init__(self, req, addr, object())
def do_GET(self):
if (self.headers.get('upgrade') and
self.headers.get('upgrade').lower() == 'websocket'):
# Just indicate that an WebSocket upgrade is needed
self.last_code = 101
self.last_message = "101 Switching Protocols"
elif self.only_upgrade:
# Normal web request responses are disabled
self.last_code = 405
self.last_message = "405 Method Not Allowed"
else:
SimpleHTTPRequestHandler.do_GET(self)
def send_response(self, code, message=None):
# Save the status code
self.last_code = code
SimpleHTTPRequestHandler.send_response(self, code, message)
def log_message(self, f, *args):
# Save instead of printing
self.last_message = f % args

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