Source code for evennia.server.initial_setup

This module handles initial database propagation, which is only run the first
time the game starts. It will create some default channels, objects, and
other things.

Everything starts at handle_setup()

import time
from django.conf import settings
from django.utils.translation import gettext as _
from evennia.accounts.models import AccountDB
from evennia.server.models import ServerConfig
from evennia.utils import create, logger

    No superuser exists yet. The superuser is the 'owner' account on
    the Evennia server. Create a new superuser using the command

       evennia createsuperuser

    Follow the prompts, then restart the server.

Welcome to your new |wEvennia|n-based game! Visit if you need
help, want to contribute, report issues or just join the community.
As Account #1 you can create a demo/tutorial area with '|wbatchcommand|n'.

    PostgreSQL-psycopg2 compatibility fix:
    The in-game channels {chan1}, {chan2} and {chan3} were created,
    but the superuser was not yet connected to them. Please use in
    game commands to connect Account #1 to those channels when first
    logging in.

[docs]def get_god_account(): """ Creates the god user and don't take no for an answer. """ try: god_account = AccountDB.objects.get(id=1) except AccountDB.DoesNotExist: raise AccountDB.DoesNotExist(ERROR_NO_SUPERUSER) return god_account
[docs]def create_objects(): """ Creates the #1 account and Limbo room. """ logger.log_info("Initial setup: Creating objects (Account #1 and Limbo room) ...") # Set the initial User's account object's username on the #1 object. # This object is pure django and only holds name, email and password. god_account = get_god_account() # Create an Account 'user profile' object to hold eventual # mud-specific settings for the AccountDB object. account_typeclass = settings.BASE_ACCOUNT_TYPECLASS # run all creation hooks on god_account (we must do so manually # since the command does not) god_account.swap_typeclass(account_typeclass, clean_attributes=True) god_account.basetype_setup() god_account.at_account_creation() god_account.locks.add( "examine:perm(Developer);edit:false();delete:false();boot:false();msg:all()" ) # this is necessary for quelling to work correctly. god_account.permissions.add("Developer") # Limbo is the default "nowhere" starting room # Create the in-game god-character for account #1 and set # it to exist in Limbo. character_typeclass = settings.BASE_CHARACTER_TYPECLASS god_character = create.create_object(character_typeclass, key=god_account.username, nohome=True) = 1 god_character.db.desc = _("This is User #1.") god_character.locks.add( "examine:perm(Developer);edit:false();delete:false();boot:false();msg:all();puppet:false()" ) # we set this low so that quelling is more useful god_character.permissions.add("Player") god_account.attributes.add("_first_login", True) god_account.attributes.add("_last_puppet", god_character) try: god_account.db._playable_characters.append(god_character) except AttributeError: god_account.db_playable_characters = [god_character] room_typeclass = settings.BASE_ROOM_TYPECLASS limbo_obj = create.create_object(room_typeclass, _("Limbo"), nohome=True) = 2 limbo_obj.db.desc = LIMBO_DESC.strip() # Now that Limbo exists, try to set the user up in Limbo (unless # the creation hooks already fixed this). if not god_character.location: god_character.location = limbo_obj if not god_character.home: god_character.home = limbo_obj
[docs]def create_channels(): """ Creates some sensible default channels. """ logger.log_info("Initial setup: Creating default channels ...") goduser = get_god_account() channel_mudinfo = settings.CHANNEL_MUDINFO if not channel_mudinfo: raise RuntimeError("settings.CHANNEL_MUDINFO must be defined.") channel = create.create_channel(**channel_mudinfo) channel.connect(goduser) channel_connectinfo = settings.CHANNEL_CONNECTINFO if channel_connectinfo: channel = create.create_channel(**channel_connectinfo) for channeldict in settings.DEFAULT_CHANNELS: channel = create.create_channel(**channeldict) channel.connect(goduser)
[docs]def at_initial_setup(): """ Custom hook for users to overload some or all parts of the initial setup. Called very last in the sequence. It tries to import and srun a module settings.AT_INITIAL_SETUP_HOOK_MODULE and will fail silently if this does not exist or fails to load. """ modname = settings.AT_INITIAL_SETUP_HOOK_MODULE if not modname: return try: mod = __import__(modname, fromlist=[None]) except (ImportError, ValueError): return logger.log_info("Initial setup: Running at_initial_setup() hook.") if mod.__dict__.get("at_initial_setup", None): mod.at_initial_setup()
[docs]def collectstatic(): """ Run collectstatic to make sure all web assets are loaded. """ from import call_command logger.log_info("Initial setup: Gathering static resources using 'collectstatic'") call_command("collectstatic", "--noinput")
[docs]def reset_server(): """ We end the initialization by resetting the server. This makes sure the first login is the same as all the following ones, particularly it cleans all caches for the special objects. It also checks so the warm-reset mechanism works as it should. """ ServerConfig.objects.conf("server_epoch", time.time()) from evennia.server.sessionhandler import SESSIONS logger.log_info("Initial setup complete. Restarting Server once.") SESSIONS.portal_reset_server()
[docs]def handle_setup(last_step): """ Main logic for the module. It allows for restarting the initialization at any point if one of the modules should crash. Args: last_step (int): The last stored successful step, for starting over on errors. If `< 0`, initialization has finished and no steps need to be redone. """ if last_step < 0: # this means we don't need to handle setup since # it already ran sucessfully once. return # if None, set it to 0 last_step = last_step or 0 # setting up the list of functions to run setup_queue = [create_objects, create_channels, at_initial_setup, collectstatic, reset_server] # step through queue, from last completed function for num, setup_func in enumerate(setup_queue[last_step:]): # run the setup function. Note that if there is a # traceback we let it stop the system so the config # step is not saved. try: setup_func() except Exception: if last_step + num == 1: from evennia.objects.models import ObjectDB for obj in ObjectDB.objects.all(): obj.delete() elif last_step + num == 2: from evennia.comms.models import ChannelDB ChannelDB.objects.all().delete() raise # save this step ServerConfig.objects.conf("last_initial_setup_step", last_step + num + 1) # We got through the entire list. Set last_step to -1 so we don't # have to run this again. ServerConfig.objects.conf("last_initial_setup_step", -1)