Refactor email reminder code

- Pull out email generation into a new module so that the email
message itself can be tested.
- Add a "backdoor" for the email login screen that writes emails to
text files under test_emails/ instead of sending them.
- Add a GNU expect script to automate email reminder testing using
the above features.
email_reminders
Charlie Wang 6 years ago
parent 6ed3c35554
commit bff0abf3aa
  1. 1
      .gitignore
  2. 1
      TODO
  3. 34
      library/emails.py
  4. 228
      library/interface/sendemails.py
  5. 92
      run_emails_test.exp

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.gitignore vendored

@ -1,2 +1,3 @@
*.pyc
/build-library/
/test_emails/

@ -36,6 +36,7 @@ Support UTF-8 for everything
Search ignores Case (for lowercase search strings)
Text entry supports longer string
Home and End navigate to top and bottom of catalogue respectively.
Email reminders for signed-out books
Support for multiple copies
- books will have their book_id written in pencil on inside cover

@ -0,0 +1,34 @@
def format_reminder_email(quest_id: str,
days_signed_out: int,
librarian_name: str,
book_name) -> str:
"""
Formats an email as a plain string for sending out email reminders
for signed out books.
Example: _send_email("s455wang", "2017-02-04", 30, "csfmurph", "How to Design Programs")
"""
email_message_body = \
"""Hi {},
Our records indicate that you have had the book {} signed out for {} days.
Please return the book to the CS Club office (MC 3036) at your earliest convenience.
Thanks,
{}
Computer Science Club | University of Waterloo
librarian@csclub.uwaterloo.ca""".format(
quest_id,
book_name,
days_signed_out,
librarian_name
)
email_message_subject = "Overdue book: {}".format(book_name)
email_message = "Subject: {}\n\n{}".format(email_message_subject,
email_message_body)
return email_message

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ import argparse
import sys
#Import datetime and time to check dates
from datetime import date
from datetime import datetime
import time
#Import getpass for password input
@ -21,128 +21,146 @@ import subprocess
from library import permissions
from library.exceptions import *
import library.database as db
from library.interface.form import FormWindow,BookForm, LoginForm, catch_error_with, error_form
from library.interface.form import FormWindow, BookForm, LoginForm, catch_error_with, error_form
from library.emails import format_reminder_email
# email testing folder creation
import os
#Constants
DEFAULT_DAY_VALUE = 21
MAX_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS = 3
class DaysForm(FormWindow):
caption = "Enter the max number of days a book can be signed out for"
blabel = "Enter"
labels = ["Days"]
caption = "Enter the max number of days a book can be signed out for"
blabel = "Enter"
labels = ["Days"]
def _return_values(self):
return self.entries[0].value
def _return_values(self):
return self.entries[0].value
class NameForm(FormWindow):
caption = "Enter the name you want in the signature line for the email"
blabel = "Enter"
labels = ["Name"]
def _return_values(self):
if self.entries[0].value is "":
return "Librarian"
else:
return self.entries[0].value
caption = "Enter the name you want in the signature line for the email"
blabel = "Enter"
labels = ["Name"]
def _return_values(self):
if self.entries[0].value is "":
return "Librarian"
else:
return self.entries[0].value
#Private functions
def _send_email(quest_id: str, signed_out_date: str, max_days_can_be_signed_out:int, librarianName: str, book_name_list) -> None:
def _send_email(quest_id: str,
signed_out_date: str,
max_days_can_be_signed_out: int,
librarian_name: str,
book_name_list,
testing=False) -> None:
"""Sends an email to quest_id@csclub.uwaterloo.ca if the date the book
was signed out exceeds the days it is supposed to be signed out for"""
email_address = quest_id + "@csclub.uwaterloo.ca"
book_name = "".join(book_name_list)
#Determine the days the book has been signed out
date_tokens = signed_out_date.split("-")
date_signed_out = date(int(date_tokens[0]), int(date_tokens[1]), int(date_tokens[2]))
days_signed_out = date.fromtimestamp(time.time()) - date_signed_out
if days_signed_out.days > max_days_can_be_signed_out:
email_message_body = ("Hi " + quest_id + ",\n\n" + "Our records indicate that you "
"have had the book " + book_name + " signed out for " + str(str(days_signed_out).split(" ")[:1])[2:-2] +
" days.\n\n" + "Please return the book to the CS Club office "
"(MC 3036) at your earliest convenience.\n\n" + "Thanks,\n\n" +
librarianName + "\n" + "Computer Science Club | University of Waterloo\n"
"librarian@csclub.uwaterloo.ca")
email_message_subject = "Overdue book: {}".format(book_name)
email_message = "Subject: {}\n\n{}".format(email_message_subject, email_message_body)
server.sendmail("librarian@csclub.uwaterloo.ca", email_address, email_message)
#Public functions
was signed out exceeds the days it is supposed to be signed out for.
Set testing to true to output emails to the current directory, instead
of actually sending them.
"""
# Determine the days the book has been signed out
d = datetime.strptime(signed_out_date, "%Y-%m-%d")
days_signed_out = (d.today() - d).days
if days_signed_out > max_days_can_be_signed_out:
email_address = quest_id + "@csclub.uwaterloo.ca"
book_name = "".join(book_name_list)
email_message = format_reminder_email(quest_id, days_signed_out, librarian_name, book_name)
if testing:
os.makedirs("test_emails", exist_ok=True)
with open("test_emails/{}_{}.txt".format(quest_id, book_name), 'w') as f:
print(email_message, file=f)
else:
server.sendmail("librarian@csclub.uwaterloo.ca", email_address, email_message)
#Public functions
@permissions.check_permissions(permissions.PERMISSION_LIBCOM)
@catch_error_with(lambda w, hb, *args : (w, hb, None))
@catch_error_with(lambda w, hb, *args: (w, hb, None))
def sendemails_procedure(w, hb, cy, cx, mx):
"""Procedure to send emails to those with overdue books
"""Procedure to send emails to those with overdue books
w: ncurses window for the routine
cy,cx: centre coordinates of the screen
mx: max width of screen
"""
#Get the max days a book can be signed out for
step1 = DaysForm(w,hb,width=mx-20)
(r,c)=w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy-r//2,cx-c//2)
days = step1.event_loop()
step1.clear()
#Set the days to a default value if the value given is less than 0
if not isinstance(days, int) or days < 0:
days = DEFAULT_DAY_VALUE
#Get the name of the librarain
step2 = NameForm(w,hb,width=mx-20)
(r,c)=w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy-r//2,cx-c//2)
librarianName = step2.event_loop()
step2.clear()
#Set up email
global server
server = smtplib.SMTP_SSL("mail.csclub.uwaterloo.ca", 465)
#Attempt to login 3 times
loginAttempts = 0
while loginAttempts < MAX_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS:
#Get the user's login info to login to the mail server
step3 = LoginForm(w,hb,width=mx-20)
(r,c)=w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy-r//2,cx-c//2)
loginInfo = step3.event_loop()
step3.clear()
csclubID = loginInfo[0]
csclubPwd = loginInfo[1]
try:
server.login(csclubID, csclubPwd)
break
except smtplib.SMTPAuthenticationError:
loginAttempts += 1
#Check to see if login failed
if loginAttempts >= MAX_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS:
return ""
#Get the books that are signed out
signed_out_books = db.get_checkedout_books()
for data in signed_out_books:
quest_id = data["uwid"]
date = str(data["date"]).split(" ")[0]
book_name_with_spaces = data["title"]
_send_email(str(quest_id), str(date), days, str(librarianName), book_name_with_spaces)
#Exit from the email server
server.quit()
return ""
#Get the max days a book can be signed out for
step1 = DaysForm(w, hb, width=mx - 20)
(r, c) = w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy - r // 2, cx - c // 2)
days = step1.event_loop()
step1.clear()
#Set the days to a default value if the value given is less than 0
if not isinstance(days, int) or days < 0:
days = DEFAULT_DAY_VALUE
#Get the name of the librarain
step2 = NameForm(w, hb, width=mx - 20)
(r, c) = w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy - r // 2, cx - c // 2)
librarianName = step2.event_loop()
step2.clear()
#Set up email
global server
server = smtplib.SMTP_SSL("mail.csclub.uwaterloo.ca", 465)
# don't send out emails if this is true
testing = False
#Attempt to login 3 times
loginAttempts = 0
while loginAttempts < MAX_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS:
#Get the user's login info to login to the mail server
step3 = LoginForm(w, hb, width=mx - 20)
(r, c) = w.getmaxyx()
w.mvwin(cy - r // 2, cx - c // 2)
loginInfo = step3.event_loop()
step3.clear()
csclubID = loginInfo[0]
csclubPwd = loginInfo[1]
if csclubID == "TESTING12345":
testing = True
break
try:
server.login(csclubID, csclubPwd)
break
except smtplib.SMTPAuthenticationError:
loginAttempts += 1
#Check to see if login failed
if loginAttempts >= MAX_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS:
return ""
#Get the books that are signed out
signed_out_books = db.get_checkedout_books()
for data in signed_out_books:
quest_id = data["uwid"]
date = str(data["date"]).split(" ")[0]
book_name_with_spaces = data["title"]
_send_email(
str(quest_id),
str(date), days, str(librarianName), book_name_with_spaces,
testing)
#Exit from the email server
server.quit()
return ""

@ -0,0 +1,92 @@
#!/usr/bin/expect -f
# Run this to test out email sending. Writes emails to text files
# under the "test_emails" directory.
# To do this manually, use the UI to send emails normally but put
# "TESTING12345" as the username. The password is thrown away.
#
# This Expect script was generated by autoexpect on Sat Feb 4 11:41:53 2017
# Expect and autoexpect were both written by Don Libes, NIST.
#
# Note that autoexpect does not guarantee a working script. It
# necessarily has to guess about certain things. Two reasons a script
# might fail are:
#
# 1) timing - A surprising number of programs (rn, ksh, zsh, telnet,
# etc.) and devices discard or ignore keystrokes that arrive "too
# quickly" after prompts. If you find your new script hanging up at
# one spot, try adding a short sleep just before the previous send.
# Setting "force_conservative" to 1 (see below) makes Expect do this
# automatically - pausing briefly before sending each character. This
# pacifies every program I know of. The -c flag makes the script do
# this in the first place. The -C flag allows you to define a
# character to toggle this mode off and on.
set force_conservative 0 ;# set to 1 to force conservative mode even if
;# script wasn't run conservatively originally
if {$force_conservative} {
set send_slow {1 .1}
proc send {ignore arg} {
sleep .1
exp_send -s -- $arg
}
}
#
# 2) differing output - Some programs produce different output each time
# they run. The "date" command is an obvious example. Another is
# ftp, if it produces throughput statistics at the end of a file
# transfer. If this causes a problem, delete these patterns or replace
# them with wildcards. An alternative is to use the -p flag (for
# "prompt") which makes Expect only look for the last line of output
# (i.e., the prompt). The -P flag allows you to define a character to
# toggle this mode off and on.
#
# Read the man page for more info.
#
# -Don
set timeout 5
spawn ./librarian
match_max 100
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "OB"
send -- "\r"
send -- "0"
send -- ""
send -- "1"
send -- "\r"
send -- "\r"
send -- "T"
send -- "E"
send -- "S"
send -- "T"
send -- "\r"
send -- "\r"
send -- "T"
send -- "E"
send -- "S"
send -- "T"
send -- "I"
send -- "N"
send -- "G"
send -- "1"
send -- "2"
send -- "3"
send -- "4"
send -- "5"
send -- "\r"
send -- "\r"
send -- "\r"
send -- "q"
expect eof
send_user -- "Check the test_emails directory\n"
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