Example #1
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    def make_config(self, instance_relative=False):
        config = Flask.make_config(self, instance_relative)
        if not config.get("SESSION_COOKIE_NAME"):
            config["SESSION_COOKIE_NAME"] = self.name + "-session"

        # during testing DATA_DIR is not created by instance app, but we still need
        # this attribute to be set
        self.DATA_DIR = Path(self.instance_path, "data")

        if self._ABILIAN_INIT_TESTING_FLAG:
            # testing: don't load any config file!
            return config

        if instance_relative:
            self.check_instance_folder(create=True)

        cfg_path = os.path.join(config.root_path, "config.py")
        logger.info('Try to load config: "%s"', cfg_path)
        try:
            config.from_pyfile(cfg_path, silent=False)
        except IOError:
            return config

        config.from_envvar(self.CONFIG_ENVVAR, silent=True)

        if "WTF_CSRF_ENABLED" not in config:
            config["WTF_CSRF_ENABLED"] = config.get("CSRF_ENABLED", True)

        return config
Example #2
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# Since the script has the same name as the module
# we must drop the current path from sys.path:

sys.path.pop(0)
from flaskyll.yamlpages import YamlPages


# Create the Flask application and configure it.
# Re-create the config after overriding root_path
# to be able to use relative paths:

app = Flask(__name__)
app.root_path = os.getcwd()

app.config = app.make_config()
app.config.update(
    {
        "DEBUG": True,
        "PORT": 8000,
        "FREEZER_DESTINATION": "build",
        "FREEZER_REMOVE_EXTRA_FILES": True,
        "MARKDOWN_EXTENSIONS": ["codehilite", "extra"],
        "PRUNNING": True,
        "VERBOSE": True,
    }
)


# Load the user configuration: