Source code for sheraf.attributes.password

import sheraf

class PasswordAccessor:
    def __init__(self, compare, crypted): = compare
        self.crypted = crypted

    def __str__(self):
        return self.crypted

    def __eq__(self, value):
        return, self.crypted)

[docs]class PasswordAttribute(sheraf.Attribute): """ Stores crypted password in the database. Once a password has been crypted, it cannot be read back in plain text, however, comparisions are still possible. Under the hood, the python :func:`~crypt.crypt` method is used. The arguments passed to this attribute are passed to :func:`crypt.mksalt`. >>> class Cowboy(sheraf.Model): ... table = "cautious_cowboy" ... email = sheraf.StringAttribute() ... password = sheraf.PasswordAttribute() ... >>> with sheraf.connection(commit=True): # doctest: +SKIP ... cowboy = Cowboy.create(email="", password="$up3r$3cur3") ... assert cowboy.password == "$up3r$3cur3" ... str(cowboy.password) '$6$vQzraMQc3G9Mf/zy$IfPSCPO81IzvGwo6AYoS6K6fen552B22DDz.ARwoxmvyFJ9He7.wVLIWbw0RWEIw/oGUblY9YbGvhwUQbtYEV.' """ def __init__(self, **kwargs): self.crypt_args = kwargs super().__init__() @staticmethod def crypt(clear, *args, **kwargs): import legacycrypt salt = legacycrypt.mksalt(**kwargs) return legacycrypt.crypt(clear, salt) @staticmethod def compare(clear, crypted): import legacycrypt return legacycrypt.crypt(clear, crypted) == crypted def serialize(self, value): if value is None: return None return self.crypt(value, **self.crypt_args) def deserialize(self, value): if value is None: return None return PasswordAccessor(, value)