renamed main script to "qr-labels" to avoid confusion with the qr library

Marek Baczynski 5 years ago
parent 0f3f35d733
commit 7153e9eb82

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from flask import Flask, Response, redirect, url_for, request, session, abort, render_template
from flask_login import LoginManager, UserMixin, login_required, login_user, logout_user, current_user
import json
import re
app = Flask(__name__)
systemURL = ''
with open('links.json', 'r') as infile:
links = json.load(infile)
def codeValidation(code):
if len(code) not in range (5,6):
return False
if re.match('^[\w-]+$', code) is None:
return False
return True
def codeLink(code):
global links
if code not in links:
return False
if len(links[code]['url'])==0:
return None
return links[code]['url']
@app.route("/edit", methods=['GET', 'POST'])
def edit():
code = request.form.get("code")
print ("code: {}".format(code))
if codeLink(code) is False:
return render_template('invalid.html', code=code)
if codeLink(code) is not None:
return render_template('cantedit.html', url=codeLink(code))
url = request.form.get("url")
if url is None:
return render_template('editlink.html', code=code)
return render_template('success.html')
@app.route("/admin", methods=['GET', 'POST'])
def admin():
return render_template('admin.html')
def list():
return render_template('message.html', message='Comming soon!™')
@app.route('/', defaults={'path': ''})
def catch_all(path):
if len(path)==0:
return render_template('welcome.html')
if path in links:
if codeLink(path) is not None:
return redirect(links[path]['url'], code=302)
return render_template('newcode.html', code=path)
return render_template('invalid.html', code=path)