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+# Kibou
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+
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+## What is Kibou?
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+Kibou is a lightweight federated social networking server based on open protocols. It is
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+written in Rust, utilizes Rocket as it's web framework and Diesel as it's database driver.
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+
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+**Notice**: Kibou is *not* considered stable yet. This project's development is still
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+work-in-progress. Using the development branch is not recommended for production usage.
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+
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+## Federation with other software
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+Federation is known to work with Pleroma and Mastodon, which are also the main
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+projects we are testing against right now. But other implementations should work as well.

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+[print_schema]
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+file = "src/database/schema.rs"

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+# Warning: DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE
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+# Copy it's contents to ...
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+# 'env.production.toml' if you are running in production mode
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+# 'env.development.toml' if you are running in development mode
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+
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+[database]
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+username = "kibou"
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+password = "kibou"
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+database = "kibou_dev"
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+hostname = "localhost"
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+
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+[endpoint]
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+base_domain = "example.tld"
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+base_scheme = "https"
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+
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+# This can probably be left as is
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+host = "localhost"
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+port = 8000
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+
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+[node]
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+name = "Kibou"

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+-- This file was automatically created by Diesel to setup helper functions
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+-- and other internal bookkeeping. This file is safe to edit, any future
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+-- changes will be added to existing projects as new migrations.
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+
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+DROP FUNCTION IF EXISTS diesel_manage_updated_at(_tbl regclass);
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+DROP FUNCTION IF EXISTS diesel_set_updated_at();

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+-- This file was automatically created by Diesel to setup helper functions
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+-- and other internal bookkeeping. This file is safe to edit, any future
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+-- changes will be added to existing projects as new migrations.
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+
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+
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+
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+
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+-- Sets up a trigger for the given table to automatically set a column called
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+-- `updated_at` whenever the row is modified (unless `updated_at` was included
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+-- in the modified columns)
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+--
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+-- # Example
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+--
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+-- ```sql
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+-- CREATE TABLE users (id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY, updated_at TIMESTAMP NOT NULL DEFAULT NOW());
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+--
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+-- SELECT diesel_manage_updated_at('users');
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+-- ```
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+CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION diesel_manage_updated_at(_tbl regclass) RETURNS VOID AS $$
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+BEGIN
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+    EXECUTE format('CREATE TRIGGER set_updated_at BEFORE UPDATE ON %s
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+                    FOR EACH ROW EXECUTE PROCEDURE diesel_set_updated_at()', _tbl);
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+END;
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+$$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;
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+
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+CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION diesel_set_updated_at() RETURNS trigger AS $$
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+BEGIN
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+    IF (
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+        NEW IS DISTINCT FROM OLD AND
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+        NEW.updated_at IS NOT DISTINCT FROM OLD.updated_at
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+    ) THEN
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+        NEW.updated_at := current_timestamp;
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+    END IF;
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+    RETURN NEW;
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+END;
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+$$ LANGUAGE plpgsql;

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+DROP TABLE activities;
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+DROP TABLE actors;

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+CREATE TABLE activities (
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+    id BIGSERIAL PRIMARY KEY,
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+    data JSONB NOT NULL,
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+    created TIMESTAMP NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
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+    modified TIMESTAMP NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
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+    actor_uri VARCHAR NOT NULL
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+);
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+
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+CREATE TABLE actors (
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+    id BIGSERIAL PRIMARY KEY,
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+    email VARCHAR,
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+    password VARCHAR,
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+
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+    actor_uri VARCHAR NOT NULL,
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+    username VARCHAR,
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+    preferred_username VARCHAR NOT NULL,
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+    summary TEXT,
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+    inbox VARCHAR,
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+    icon VARCHAR,
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+
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+    keys JSONB NOT NULL,
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+    created TIMESTAMP NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
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+    modified TIMESTAMP NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
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+    local BOOLEAN NOT NULL DEFAULT FALSE,
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+
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+    UNIQUE(actor_uri),
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+    UNIQUE(email)
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+);
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+
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+CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION set_updated_timestamp()
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+RETURNS TRIGGER AS $$
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+BEGIN
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+    NEW.modified = now();
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+    RETURN NEW;
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+END;
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+$$ language 'plpgsql';
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+
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+CREATE TRIGGER set_actor_updated BEFORE UPDATE ON actors FOR EACH ROW EXECUTE PROCEDURE set_updated_timestamp();
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+CREATE TRIGGER set_activity_updated BEFORE UPDATE ON activities FOR EACH ROW EXECUTE PROCEDURE set_updated_timestamp();

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+use database::models::{InsertActivity, QueryActivity};
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+use database::schema::activities;
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+use database::schema::activities::dsl::*;
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+use diesel::ExpressionMethods;
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+use diesel::sql_query;
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+use diesel::query_dsl::QueryDsl;
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+use diesel::query_dsl::RunQueryDsl;
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+use diesel::pg::PgConnection;
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+use serde_json;
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+
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+pub struct Activity
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+{
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+    pub id: i64,
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+    pub data: serde_json::Value,
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+    pub actor: String
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+}
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+
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+pub fn get_activity_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, activity_id: i64) -> Result<Activity, diesel::result::Error>
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+{
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+    match activities
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+        .filter(id.eq(activity_id))
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+        .limit(1)
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+        .first::<QueryActivity>(db_connection)
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+        {
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+            Ok(activity) => Ok(serialize_activity(activity)),
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+            Err(e) => Err(e)
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+        }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Note
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+/// Originally I did not want any protocol-specific functions in this file, so it might be
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+/// reasonable to move ActivityPub-specfic database querys into their own module
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+pub fn get_ap_object_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, object_id: &str) -> Result<Activity, diesel::result::Error>
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+{
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+    match sql_query(format!("SELECT * FROM activities WHERE data->'object'->>'id' = '{}' LIMIT 1;", object_id))
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+         .clone()
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+         .load::<QueryActivity>(db_connection)
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+     {
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+         Ok(activity) => {
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+             if !activity.is_empty()
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+             {
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+                 let new_activity = std::borrow::ToOwned::to_owned(&activity[0]);
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+                 Ok(serialize_activity(new_activity))
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+             } else { Err(diesel::result::Error::NotFound) }
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+         },
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+         Err(e) => Err(e),
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+     }
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+}
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+
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+pub fn get_ap_object_replies_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, object_id: &str) -> Result<Vec<Activity>, diesel::result::Error>
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+{
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+    match sql_query(format!("SELECT * FROM activities WHERE data->'object'->>'inReplyTo' = '{}';", object_id))
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+         .clone()
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+         .load::<QueryActivity>(db_connection)
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+     {
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+         Ok(activity) => {
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+
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+             let mut serialized_activites: Vec<Activity> = vec![];
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+
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+             for object in activity
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+             {
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+                 serialized_activites.push(serialize_activity(object));
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+             }
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+
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+             Ok(serialized_activites)
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+         },
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+         Err(e) => Err(e),
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+     }
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+}
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+
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+pub fn count_ap_object_replies_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, object_id: &str) -> Result<usize, diesel::result::Error>
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+{
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+    match sql_query(format!("SELECT * FROM activities WHERE data->'object'->>'inReplyTo' = '{}';", object_id))
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+         .clone()
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+         .load::<QueryActivity>(db_connection)
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+     {
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+         Ok(activity) => Ok(activity.len()),
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+         Err(e) => Err(e),
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+     }
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+}
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+
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+pub fn count_ap_object_reactions_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, object_id: &str, reaction: &str) -> Result<usize, diesel::result::Error>
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+{
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+    match sql_query(format!("SELECT * FROM activities WHERE data->>'type' = '{reaction_type}' AND data->>'object'= '{id}';",
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+    reaction_type = reaction,
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+    id = object_id))
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+         .clone()
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+         .load::<QueryActivity>(db_connection)
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+     {
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+         Ok(activity) => Ok(activity.len()),
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+         Err(e) => Err(e),
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+     }
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+}
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+
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+fn serialize_activity(sql_activity: QueryActivity) -> Activity
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+{
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+    Activity {id: sql_activity.id, data: sql_activity.data, actor: sql_activity.actor_uri }
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+}
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+
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+fn deserialize_activity(activity: &Activity) -> InsertActivity
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+{
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+    InsertActivity { data: &activity.data, actor_uri: &activity.actor }
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+}
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+
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+pub fn insert_activity(db_connection: &PgConnection, activity: Activity)
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+{
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+    let new_activity = deserialize_activity(&activity);
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+
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+    diesel::insert_into(activities::table)
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+    .values(new_activity)
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+    .execute(db_connection)
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+    .expect("Error creating activity");
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+}
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+
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+pub fn delete_ap_object_by_id (db_connection: &PgConnection, object_id: String)
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+{
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+    sql_query(format!("DELETE FROM activities WHERE data->'object'->>'id' = '{}';", object_id))
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+    .execute(db_connection);
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+}

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+use activity;
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+use database;
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+use env;
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+use rocket_contrib::json;
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+use rocket_contrib::json::JsonValue;
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+use serde::{Serialize, Deserialize};
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+use serde_json;
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+
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+// ActivityStreams2/AcitivityPub properties are expressed in CamelCase
10
+
11
+#[allow(non_snake_case)]
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+#[derive(Serialize, Deserialize)]
13
+pub struct Activity
14
+{
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+    // Properties according to
16
+    // - https://www.w3.org/TR/activitystreams-core/#activities
17
+
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+    #[serde(rename = "@context")]
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+    pub context: Vec<String>,
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+    #[serde(rename = "type")]
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+    pub _type: String,
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+    pub id: String,
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+    pub actor: String,
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+    pub object: serde_json::Value,
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+    pub published: String,
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+    pub to: Vec<String>,
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+    pub cc: Vec<String>
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+}
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+
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+#[allow(non_snake_case)]
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+#[derive(Serialize, Deserialize)]
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+pub struct Object
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+{
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+    #[serde(rename = "type")]
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+    pub _type: String,
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+    pub id: String,
37
+    pub published: String,
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+    pub attributedTo: String,
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+    pub inReplyTo: Option<String>,
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+    pub summary: Option<String>,
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+    pub content: String,
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+    pub to: Vec<String>,
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+    pub cc: Vec<String>,
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+    pub tag: Vec<serde_json::Value>
45
+}
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+
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+#[derive(Serialize, Deserialize)]
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+pub struct Tag
49
+{
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+    #[serde(rename = "type")]
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+    pub _type: String,
52
+    pub href: String,
53
+    pub name: String
54
+}
55
+
56
+pub fn get_json_by_id(id: String) -> JsonValue
57
+{
58
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
59
+    let object_id = format!("{}://{}/objects/{}", env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")), env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain")), id);
60
+
61
+    match activity::get_ap_object_by_id(&database, &object_id)
62
+    {
63
+        Ok(activity) => json!(serialize_from_internal_activity(activity).object),
64
+        Err(_) => json!({"error": "Object not found."})
65
+    }
66
+}
67
+
68
+pub fn serialize_from_internal_activity(activity: activity::Activity) -> Activity
69
+{
70
+    let payload: Activity = serde_json::from_value(activity.data).unwrap();
71
+
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+    payload
73
+}
74
+
75
+pub fn create_internal_activity(json_activity: serde_json::Value, actor_uri: String) -> activity::Activity
76
+{
77
+    activity::Activity
78
+    {
79
+        id: 0,
80
+        data: json_activity,
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+        actor: actor_uri
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+    }
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+}

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+use activitypub::activity::Activity;
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+use actor;
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+use database;
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+use env;
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+use rocket_contrib::json;
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+use rocket_contrib::json::JsonValue;
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+use serde::{Serialize, Deserialize};
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+use serde_json;
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+
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+// ActivityStreams2/AcitivityPub properties are expressed in CamelCase
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+#[allow(non_snake_case)]
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+#[derive(Serialize, Deserialize)]
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+pub struct Actor
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+{
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+    // Properties according to
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+    // - https://www.w3.org/TR/activitypub/#actor-objects
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+    // - https://www.w3.org/TR/activitystreams-core/#actors
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+
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+    #[serde(rename = "@context")]
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+    pub context: Vec<serde_json::Value>,
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+    #[serde(rename = "type")]
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+    pub _type: String,
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+    pub id: String,
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+    pub summary: Option<String>,
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+    pub following: String,
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+    pub followers: String,
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+    pub inbox: String,
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+    pub outbox: String,
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+    pub preferredUsername: String,
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+    pub name: Option<String>,
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+    pub publicKey: serde_json::Value,
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+    pub url: String,
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+    pub icon: Option<serde_json::Value>,
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+    pub sharedInbox: Option<String>
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+}
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+
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+// ActivityStreams2/AcitivityPub properties are expressed in CamelCase
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+#[allow(non_snake_case)]
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+#[derive(Serialize, Deserialize)]
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+pub struct Outbox
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+{
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+    #[serde(rename = "@context")]
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+    pub context: String,
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+    #[serde(rename = "type")]
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+    pub _type: String,
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+    pub id: String,
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+    pub totalItems: i64,
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+    pub orderedItems: Vec<Activity>
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+}
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+
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+// Refetches remote actor and detects changes to icon, username, keys and summary
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+// [TODO]
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+pub fn refresh()
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+{
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+
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+}
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+
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+pub fn get_json_by_preferred_username(preferred_username: String) -> JsonValue
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+
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+    match actor::get_local_actor_by_preferred_username(&database, preferred_username)
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+    {
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+        Ok(actor) => json!(serialize_from_internal_actor(actor)),
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+        Err(_) => json!({"error": "User not found."})
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+pub fn serialize_from_internal_actor(actor: actor::Actor) -> Actor
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+{
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+    Actor
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+    {
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+        context: vec![serde_json::json!("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams"),
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+        serde_json::json!("https://w3id.org/security/v1")],
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+        _type: String::from("Person"),
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+        id: actor.actor_uri.clone(),
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+        summary: actor.summary.clone(),
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+        following: format!("{}/following", actor.actor_uri.clone()),
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+        followers: format!("{}/followers", actor.actor_uri.clone()),
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+        inbox: format!("{}/inbox", actor.actor_uri.clone()),
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+        outbox: format!("{}/outbox", actor.actor_uri.clone()),
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+        preferredUsername: actor.preferred_username.clone(),
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+        name: actor.username.clone(),
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+        publicKey: serde_json::json!({
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+            "id": format!("{}#main-key", actor.actor_uri.clone()),
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+            "owner": actor.actor_uri.clone(),
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+            "publicKeyPem": actor.keys["public"].clone()
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+        }),
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+        url: actor.actor_uri.clone(),
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+        icon: Some(serde_json::json!({"url":actor.icon,
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+        "type": "Image"})),
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+        sharedInbox: Some(format!("{}://{}/inbox", env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")), env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain"))))
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+        }
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+
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+    }
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+
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+pub fn create_internal_actor(ap_actor: Actor) -> actor::Actor
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+{
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+    let actor_inbox = if ap_actor.sharedInbox.is_some() { ap_actor.sharedInbox }
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+    else { Some(ap_actor.inbox) };
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+
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+    let actor_icon = if ap_actor.icon.is_some() { Some(ap_actor.icon.unwrap()["url"].as_str().unwrap().to_string()) }
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+    else { None };
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+
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+    actor::Actor {
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+        id: 0, // Fill with placeholder value, this property will get ignored
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+        email: None,
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+        password: None,
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+        actor_uri: ap_actor.id,
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+        username: ap_actor.name,
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+        preferred_username: ap_actor.preferredUsername,
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+        summary: ap_actor.summary,
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+        inbox: actor_inbox,
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+        icon: actor_icon,
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+        local: false,
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+        keys: serde_json::json!({"public" : ap_actor.publicKey["publicKeyPem"]})
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+    }
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+}

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+use actor::create_actor as create_actor;
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+use actor::get_actor_by_uri;
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+use activity::get_ap_object_by_id;
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+use activity::insert_activity;
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+use activitypub::actor::Actor;
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+use activitypub::actor::create_internal_actor;
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+use activitypub::activity::Activity;
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+use activitypub::activity::Object;
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+use activitypub::activity::create_internal_activity;
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+use activitypub::validator;
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+use chrono::Utc;
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+use database;
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+use env;
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+use url::Url;
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+use uuid::Uuid;
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+use web_handler;
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+
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+/// Creates a new activity, inserts it into the database and returns the newly created activity
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+///
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+/// # Parameters
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+///
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+/// * `actor` - String | Reference to an actor by their actor_uri
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+/// * `object` - serde_json::Value | An ActivityStreams object serialized in JSON
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+/// * `to` - Vec<String> | A vector of strings that provides direct receipients
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+/// * `cc` - Vec<String> | A vector of strings that provides passive receipients
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+///
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+pub fn activity_create(_actor: &str, _object: serde_json::Value, _to: Vec<String>, _cc: Vec<String>) -> Activity
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+    let new_activity = Activity
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+    {
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+        context: vec![String::from("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams"), String::from("https://w3id.org/security/v1")],
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+        _type: String::from("Create"),
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+        id: format!("{base_scheme}://{base_domain}/activities/{uuid}",
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+        base_scheme = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")),
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+        base_domain = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain")),
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+        uuid = Uuid::new_v4()),
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+        actor: _actor.to_string(),
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+        object: _object,
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+        published: Utc::now().to_rfc3339().to_string(),
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+        to: _to,
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+        cc: _cc
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+    };
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+
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+    insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(serde_json::json!(&new_activity), new_activity.actor.clone()));
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+    new_activity
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+}
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+
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+pub fn activity_follow(_actor: &str, _object: String) -> Activity
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+    let new_activity = Activity
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+    {
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+        context: vec![String::from("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams"), String::from("https://w3id.org/security/v1")],
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+        _type: String::from("Follow"),
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+        id: format!("{base_scheme}://{base_domain}/activities/{uuid}",
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+        base_scheme = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")),
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+        base_domain = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain")),
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+        uuid = Uuid::new_v4()),
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+        actor: _actor.to_string(),
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+        object: serde_json::json!(_object),
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+        published: Utc::now().to_rfc3339().to_string(),
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+        to: vec![_object],
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+        cc: vec![]
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+    };
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+
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+    insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(serde_json::json!(&new_activity), new_activity.actor.clone()));
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+    new_activity
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+}
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+
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+pub fn activity_like(_actor: &str, _object: String, _to: Vec<String>, _cc: Vec<String>) -> Activity
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+    let new_activity = Activity
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+    {
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+        context: vec![String::from("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams"), String::from("https://w3id.org/security/v1")],
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+        _type: String::from("Like"),
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+        id: format!("{base_scheme}://{base_domain}/activities/{uuid}",
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+        base_scheme = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")),
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+        base_domain = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain")),
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+        uuid = Uuid::new_v4()),
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+        actor: _actor.to_string(),
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+        object: serde_json::json!(_object),
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+        published: Utc::now().to_rfc3339().to_string(),
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+        to: _to,
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+        cc: _cc
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+    };
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+
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+    insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(serde_json::json!(&new_activity), new_activity.actor.clone()));
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+    new_activity
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+}
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+
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+pub fn note(actor: &str, reply_to: Option<String>, _content: String, _to: Vec<String>, _cc: Vec<String>, _tag: Vec<serde_json::Value>) -> Object
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+{
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+    Object
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+    {
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+        _type: String::from("Note"),
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+        id: format!("{base_scheme}://{base_domain}/objects/{uuid}",
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+        base_scheme = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_scheme")),
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+        base_domain = env::get_value(String::from("endpoint.base_domain")),
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+        uuid = Uuid::new_v4()),
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+        attributedTo: actor.to_string(),
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+        inReplyTo: reply_to,
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+        summary: None, // [TODO]
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+        content: _content,
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+        published: Utc::now().to_rfc3339().to_string(),
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+        to: _to,
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+        cc: _cc,
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+        tag: _tag
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+pub fn fetch_object_by_id(url: String)
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+{
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+    let mut parsed_url = String::new();
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+    let stripped_characters = "\"";
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+    for character in url.chars()
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+    {
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+        if !stripped_characters.contains(character)
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+        {
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+            parsed_url.push(character);
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+        }
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+    }
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+    match Url::parse(&parsed_url)
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+    {
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+        Ok(remote_url) =>
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+        {
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+            if !object_exists(&remote_url.to_string()) && !actor_exists(&remote_url.to_string())
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+            {
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+                println!("Trying to fetch document: {}", &url);
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+                match web_handler::fetch_remote_object(&remote_url.to_string())
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+                {
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+                    Ok(object) =>
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+                    {
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+                        let parsed_object: serde_json::Value = serde_json::from_str(&object).unwrap();
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+                        if validator::validate_object(parsed_object.clone()).is_ok()
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+                        {
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+                            println!("Successfully fetched object: {}", &url);
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+                            handle_object(parsed_object.clone());
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+                        }
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+                        else if validator::validate_actor(parsed_object.clone()).is_ok()
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+                        {
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+                            println!("Successfully fetched actor: {}", &url);
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+                            handle_actor(parsed_object.clone());
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+                        }
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+                        else { eprintln!("Unable to validate fetched document: {}", &url); }
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+                    },
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+
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+                    Err(_) => eprintln!("Unable to fetch document: {}", &url)
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+                }
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+            }
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+        },
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+        Err(_) => ()
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+pub fn prepare_incoming(object: serde_json::Value)
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+{
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+    match validator::validate_activity(object) {
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+        Ok(sanitized_activity) => handle_activity(sanitized_activity),
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+        Err(_) => {
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+            eprintln!("{}", String::from("Validation failed for activity: "));
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+        }
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// Tests for this function are in `tests/activitypub_controller.rs`
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+/// - actor_exists()
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+/// - err_actor_exists()
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+pub fn actor_exists(actor_id: &str) -> bool
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+
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+    match get_actor_by_uri(&database, actor_id)
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+    {
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+        Ok(_) => true,
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+        Err(_) => false
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// Tests for this function are in `tests/activitypub_controller.rs`
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+/// - object_exists()
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+/// - err_object_exists()
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+pub fn object_exists(object_id: &str) -> bool
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+
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+    match get_ap_object_by_id(&database, object_id)
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+    {
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+        Ok(_) => true,
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+        Err(_) => false
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+fn resolve_participants(participants: Vec<String>)
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+{
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+    // Resolve all participants
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+    for participant in participants.iter()
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+    {
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+        if participant != "" && !actor_exists(&participant.to_string())
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+        {
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+            fetch_object_by_id(participant.to_string())
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+        }
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// Resolve threads
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+///
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+fn resolve_thread(mentioned_objects: Vec<String>)
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+{
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+    for object in mentioned_objects.iter()
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+    {
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+        if !object_exists(&object.to_string())
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+        {
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+            fetch_object_by_id(object.to_string());
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+        }
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+fn handle_object(object: serde_json::Value)
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+{
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+    let serialized_object: Object = serde_json::from_value(object.clone()).unwrap();
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+    let participants = vec![serialized_object.attributedTo.clone()];
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+    let mut mentioned_objects = vec![];
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+
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+    if !serialized_object.inReplyTo.is_none()
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+    {
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+        mentioned_objects.push(serialized_object.inReplyTo.unwrap());
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+    }
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+
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+    // Wrapping new object in an activity, as raw objects don't get stored
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+    let activity = activity_create(&serialized_object.attributedTo, object, serialized_object.to, serialized_object.cc);
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+
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+    if !mentioned_objects.is_empty() { resolve_thread(mentioned_objects); }
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+    if !participants.is_empty() { resolve_participants(participants); }
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+fn handle_actor(actor: serde_json::Value)
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+    let serialized_actor: Actor = serde_json::from_value(actor).unwrap();
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+
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+    create_actor(&database, &mut create_internal_actor(serialized_actor));
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+}
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+
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+/// # Tests
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+///
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+/// [TODO]
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+fn handle_activity(activity: serde_json::Value)
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+{
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+    let database = database::establish_connection();
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+    let actor = activity["actor"].as_str().unwrap().to_string();
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+    let mut participants = vec![];
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+    let mut mentioned_objects = vec![];
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+
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+    match activity["type"].as_str() {
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+        Some("Create") => {
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+            participants.push(activity["actor"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+            participants.push(activity["object"]["attributedTo"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+
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+            if activity["object"].get("inReplyTo").is_some()
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+            {
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+                if activity["object"]["inReplyTo"] != serde_json::Value::Null
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+                {
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+                    mentioned_objects.push(activity["object"]["inReplyTo"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+                }
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+            }
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+
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+            insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(activity, actor));
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+        },
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+        Some("Like") => {
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+            participants.push(activity["actor"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+            mentioned_objects.push(activity["object"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+
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+            insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(activity, actor));
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+        },
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+        Some("Announce") => {
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+            participants.push(activity["actor"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+            mentioned_objects.push(activity["object"].as_str().unwrap().to_string());
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+
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+            insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(activity, actor));
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+        },
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+        _ => ()
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+    }
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+
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+    if !mentioned_objects.is_empty() { resolve_thread(mentioned_objects); }
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+    if !participants.is_empty() { resolve_participants(participants); }
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+}

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+pub mod activity;
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+pub mod actor;
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+pub mod controller;
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+pub mod routes;
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+pub mod validator;

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+use activitypub::activity as ap_activity;
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+use activitypub::actor as ap_actor;
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+use activitypub::controller;
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+use rocket_contrib::json::JsonValue;
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+use serde_json;
6
+
7
+#[get("/actors/<handle>", format="application/activity+json")]
8
+pub fn actor(handle: String) -> JsonValue { ap_actor::get_json_by_preferred_username(handle)}
9
+
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+#[post("/actors/<id>/inbox", data="<activity>")]
11
+pub fn actor_inbox(id: String, activity: String) { controller::prepare_incoming(serde_json::from_str(&activity).unwrap_or_else(|_| serde_json::json!({}))); }
12
+
13
+#[post("/inbox", data="<activity>")]
14
+pub fn inbox(activity: String) { controller::prepare_incoming(serde_json::from_str(&activity).unwrap_or_else(|_| serde_json::json!({}))); }
15
+
16
+#[get("/objects/<id>", format="application/activity+json")]
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+pub fn object(id: String) -> JsonValue { ap_activity::get_json_by_id(id) }

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+pub fn validate_activity(activity: serde_json::Value) -> Result<serde_json::Value, &'static str>
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+{
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+    let known_type = match activity["type"].as_str() {
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+        Some("Create") => true,
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+        Some("Update") => true,
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+        Some("Delete") => true,
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+        Some("Follow") => true,
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+        Some("Unfollow") => true,
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+        Some("Like") => true,
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+        Some("Announce") => true,
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+        _ => false
12
+    };
13
+
14
+    if known_type { Ok(activity) } else { Err("Activity could not be validated") }
15
+}
16
+
17
+pub fn validate_object(object: serde_json::Value) -> Result<serde_json::Value, &'static str>
18
+{
19
+    let known_type = match object["type"].as_str() {
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+        Some("Note") => true,
21
+        Some("Article") => true,
22
+        _ => false
23
+    };
24
+
25
+    if known_type { Ok(object) } else { Err("Object could not be validated") }
26
+}
27
+
28
+pub fn validate_actor(actor: serde_json::Value) -> Result<serde_json::Value, &'static str>
29
+{
30
+    let known_type = match actor["type"].as_str() {
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+        Some("Person") => true,
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+        _ => false
33
+    };
34
+
35
+    if known_type { Ok(actor) } else { Err("Object could not be validated") }
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+}

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+use database::models::{QueryActor};
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+use database::schema::actors;
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+use database::schema::actors::dsl::*;
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+use diesel::ExpressionMethods;
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+use diesel::pg::PgConnection;
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+use diesel::query_dsl::QueryDsl;
7
+use diesel::query_dsl::RunQueryDsl;
8
+use diesel::sql_query;
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+use openssl::hash::MessageDigest;
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+use openssl::pkey::PKey;
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+use openssl::rsa::Rsa;
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+use openssl::sign::Signer;
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+use pem::Pem;
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+use serde_json;
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+use url::Url;
16
+
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+pub struct Actor
18
+{
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+    pub id: i64,
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+    pub email: Option<String>,
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+    pub password: Option<String>,
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+    pub actor_uri: String,
23
+    pub username: Option<String>,
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+    pub preferred_username: String,
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+    pub summary: Option<String>,
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+    pub inbox: Option<String>,
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+    pub icon: Option<String>,
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+    pub local: bool,
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+    pub keys: serde_json::Value
30
+}
31
+
32
+impl Actor
33
+{
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+    /// Generates a new keypair and returns it as a serde_json::Value
35
+    ///
36
+    /// # Tests
37
+    ///
38
+    /// Tests for this function are in `tests/actor.rs`
39
+    /// - generate_new_keys()
40
+    fn generate_new_keys (&mut self) -> serde_json::Value
41
+    {
42
+        let rsa_keys = Rsa::generate(2048).unwrap();
43
+        let public_key = Pem
44
+        {
45
+            tag: String::from("PUBLIC KEY"),
46
+            contents: rsa_keys.public_key_to_der().unwrap()
47
+        };
48
+
49
+        let private_key = Pem
50
+        {
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+            tag: String::from("PRIVATE KEY"),
52
+            contents: rsa_keys.private_key_to_der().unwrap()
53
+        };
54
+
55
+        serde_json::json!({
56
+            "public": pem::encode(&public_key),
57
+            "private": pem::encode(&private_key)
58
+        })
59
+    }
60
+
61
+    pub fn get_acct(&mut self) -> String
62
+    {
63
+        if self.local
64
+        {
65
+            self.preferred_username.to_string()
66
+        }
67
+        else
68
+        {
69
+            let url = Url::parse(&self.actor_uri).unwrap();
70
+            format!("{username}@{host}", username=self.preferred_username, host=url.host_str().unwrap())
71
+        }
72
+    }
73
+
74
+    pub fn get_public_key(&mut self) -> String
75
+    {
76
+        let parsed_public_key = self.keys["public"].as_str();
77
+        parsed_public_key.unwrap().to_string()
78
+    }
79
+
80
+    pub fn get_private_key(&mut self) -> String
81
+    {
82
+        let parsed_private_key = self.keys["private"].as_str();
83
+        parsed_private_key.unwrap().to_string()
84
+    }
85
+
86
+    /// Signs a string with the actor's private key and returns the newly signed string encoded in
87
+    /// base64
88
+    ///
89
+    /// # Parameters
90
+    ///
91
+    /// * `request_string` - String | The string we want to get signed
92
+    ///
93
+    /// # Tests
94
+    ///
95
+    /// Tests for this function are in `tests/actor.rs`
96
+    /// - sign()
97
+    pub fn sign(&mut self, request_string: String) -> String
98
+    {
99
+        let private_key = self.get_private_key();
100
+        let pem_decoded = pem::parse(private_key).unwrap();
101
+        let pkey = PKey::from_rsa(openssl::rsa::Rsa::private_key_from_der(&pem_decoded.contents).unwrap()).unwrap();
102
+        let mut signer = Signer::new(MessageDigest::sha256(), &pkey).unwrap();
103
+
104
+        signer.update(&request_string.into_bytes()).unwrap();
105
+        base64::encode(&signer.sign_to_vec().unwrap())
106
+    }
107
+
108
+    /// Updates the keypair of a local actor
109
+    ///
110
+    /// # Tests
111
+    ///
112
+    /// Tests for this function are in `tests/actor.rs`
113
+    /// - update_local_keys()
114
+    pub fn update_local_keys(&mut self)
115
+    {
116
+        self.keys = self.generate_new_keys();
117
+    }
118
+}
119
+
120
+fn serialize_actor(sql_actor: QueryActor) -> Actor
121
+{
122
+    Actor
123
+    {
124
+        id: sql_actor.id,
125
+        email: sql_actor.email,
126
+        password: sql_actor.password,
127
+        actor_uri: sql_actor.actor_uri,
128
+        username: sql_actor.username,
129
+        preferred_username: sql_actor.preferred_username,
130
+        summary: sql_actor.summary,
131
+        inbox: sql_actor.inbox,
132
+        icon: sql_actor.icon,
133
+        keys: sql_actor.keys,
134
+        local: sql_actor.local
135
+    }
136
+}
137
+
138
+pub fn get_actor_by_acct(db_connection: &PgConnection, acct: String) -> Result<Actor, diesel::result::Error>
139
+{
140
+    if acct.contains("@")
141
+    {
142
+        let acct_split = acct.split('@');
143
+        let acct_vec = acct_split.collect::<Vec<&str>>();
144
+
145
+        match sql_query(format!("SELECT * FROM actors WHERE preferred_username = '{username}' AND actor_uri LIKE '%{uri}/%' LIMIT 1;", username=acct_vec[0], uri=acct_vec[1]))
146
+             .clone()
147
+             .load::<QueryActor>(db_connection)
148
+         {
149
+             Ok(actor) => {
150
+                 if !actor.is_empty()
151
+                 {
152
+                     let new_actor = std::borrow::ToOwned::to_owned(&actor[0]);
153
+                     Ok(serialize_actor(new_actor))
154
+                 } else { Err(diesel::result::Error::NotFound) }
155
+             },
156
+             Err(e) => Err(e),
157
+         }
158
+    }
159
+    else
160
+    {
161
+        get_local_actor_by_preferred_username(&db_connection, acct)
162
+    }
163
+}
164
+
165
+pub fn get_actor_by_id(db_connection: &PgConnection, _id: i64) -> Result<Actor, diesel::result::Error>
166
+{
167
+    match actors
168
+         .filter(id.eq(_id))
169
+         .limit(1)
170
+         .first::<QueryActor>(db_connection)
171
+     {
172
+         Ok(actor) => Ok(serialize_actor(actor)),
173
+         Err(e) => Err(e),
174
+     }
175
+}
176
+
177
+pub fn get_actor_by_uri(db_connection: &PgConnection, _actor_uri: &str) -> Result<Actor, diesel::result::Error>
178
+{
179
+    match actors
180
+         .filter(actor_uri.eq(_actor_uri))
181
+         .limit(1)
182
+         .first::<QueryActor>(db_connection)
183
+     {
184
+         Ok(actor) => Ok(serialize_actor(actor)),
185
+         Err(e) => Err(e),
186
+     }
187
+}
188
+
189
+/// Runs a database query based on a local actor's preferred_username, returns either
190
+/// an actor::Actor or a diesel::result::Error
191
+///
192
+/// # Parameters
193
+///
194
+/// * `db_connection` - &PgConnection | Reference to a database connection
195
+/// * `preferred_username` - String | The preferred_username that is being queried
196
+///
197
+/// # Tests
198
+///
199
+/// Tests for this function are in `tests/actor.rs`
200
+/// - get_local_actor_by_preferred_username()
201
+pub fn get_local_actor_by_preferred_username(db_connection: &PgConnection, _preferred_username: String) -> Result<Actor, diesel::result::Error>
202
+{
203
+    match actors
204
+         .filter(preferred_username.eq(_preferred_username))
205
+         .filter(local.eq(true))
206
+         .limit(1)
207
+         .first::<QueryActor>(db_connection)
208
+     {
209
+         Ok(actor) => Ok(serialize_actor(actor)),
210
+         Err(e) => Err(e),
211
+     }
212
+}
213
+
214
+/// Creates a new actor
215
+///
216
+/// # Parameters
217
+///
218
+/// * `db_connection` - &PgConnection | Reference to a database connection
219
+/// * `actor` - actor::Actor | An actor serialized in an actor::Actor struct
220
+///
221
+/// # Tests
222
+///
223
+/// Tests for this function are in `tests/actor.rs`
224
+/// - create_local_actor()
225
+/// - create_remote_actor()
226
+/// - create_actor_with_optional_values()
227
+pub fn create_actor (db_connection: &PgConnection, actor: &mut Actor)
228
+    {
229
+
230
+        if actor.local && actor.keys == serde_json::json!({})
231
+        {
232
+            actor.update_local_keys();
233
+        }
234
+
235
+        let new_actor = (email.eq(&actor.email),
236
+        password.eq(&actor.password),
237
+        actor_uri.eq(&actor.actor_uri),
238
+        username.eq(&actor.username),
239
+        preferred_username.eq(&actor.preferred_username),
240
+        summary.eq(&actor.summary),
241
+        inbox.eq(&actor.inbox),
242
+        icon.eq(&actor.icon),
243
+        local.eq(&actor.local),
244
+        keys.eq(&actor.keys)
245
+    );
246
+
247
+        diesel::insert_into(actors::table)
248
+        .values(new_actor)
249
+        .execute(db_connection)
250
+        .expect("Error creating user");
251
+    }
252
+
253
+/// Deletes an actor base on their actor_uri
254
+///
255
+/// # Parameters
256
+///
257
+/// * `db_connection` - &PgConnection | Reference to a database connection
258
+/// * `actor` - actor::Actor | An actor serialized in an actor::Actor struct
259
+///
260
+/// # Tests
261
+///
262
+/// Tests for this function are at `tests/actor.rs`
263
+/// - delete_local_actor()
264
+/// - delete_remote_actor()
265
+pub fn delete (db_connection: &PgConnection, actor: &mut Actor)
266
+{
267
+    diesel::delete(actors.filter(actor_uri.eq(&actor.actor_uri)))
268
+    .execute(db_connection)
269
+    .expect("Error deleting user");
270
+}

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1
+pub mod models;
2
+pub mod schema;
3
+
4
+use diesel::prelude::*;
5
+use diesel::pg::PgConnection;
6
+use env;
7
+
8
+pub fn establish_connection() -> PgConnection
9
+{
10
+    let database_url = format!("postgres://{username}:{password}@{host}/{database}",
11
+            username = env::get_value("database.username".to_string()),
12
+            password = env::get_value("database.password".to_string()),
13
+            host     = env::get_value("database.hostname".to_string()),
14
+            database = env::get_value("database.database".to_string()));
15
+
16
+    PgConnection::establish(&database_url)
17
+    .unwrap_or_else(|_| panic!(format!("Could not connect to {url}", url = &database_url)))
18
+}

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src/database/models.rs View File

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1
+use chrono::NaiveDateTime;
2
+use database::schema::actors;
3
+use database::schema::activities;
4
+
5
+#[derive(Queryable, PartialEq, QueryableByName, Clone)]
6
+#[table_name="activities"]
7
+pub struct QueryActivity
8
+{
9
+    pub id: i64,
10
+    pub data: serde_json::Value,
11
+    pub created: NaiveDateTime,
12
+    pub modified: NaiveDateTime,
13
+    pub actor_uri: String,
14
+}
15
+
16
+#[derive(Insertable)]
17
+#[table_name="activities"]
18
+pub struct InsertActivity<'a> {
19
+    pub data: &'a serde_json::Value,
20
+    pub actor_uri: &'a String,
21
+}
22
+
23
+#[derive(Queryable, PartialEq, QueryableByName, Clone)]
24
+#[table_name="actors"]
25
+pub struct QueryActor
26
+{
27
+    pub id: i64,
28
+    pub email: Option<String>,
29
+    pub password: Option<String>,
30
+    pub actor_uri: String,
31
+    pub username: Option<String>,
32
+    pub preferred_username: String,
33
+    pub summary: Option<String>,
34
+    pub inbox: Option<String>,
35
+    pub icon: Option<String>,
36
+    pub keys: serde_json::Value,
37
+    pub created: NaiveDateTime,
38
+    pub modified: NaiveDateTime,
39
+    pub local: bool,
40
+}

+ 32
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src/database/schema.rs View File

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1
+table! {
2
+    activities (id) {
3
+        id -> Int8,
4
+        data -> Jsonb,
5
+        created -> Timestamp,
6
+        modified -> Timestamp,
7
+        actor_uri -> Varchar,
8
+    }
9
+}
10
+
11
+table! {
12
+    actors (id) {
13
+        id -> Int8,
14
+        email -> Nullable<Varchar>,
15
+        password -> Nullable<Varchar>,
16
+        actor_uri -> Varchar,
17
+        username -> Nullable<Varchar>,
18
+        preferred_username -> Varchar,
19
+        summary -> Nullable<Text>,
20
+        inbox -> Nullable<Varchar>,
21
+        icon -> Nullable<Varchar>,
22
+        keys -> Jsonb,
23
+        created -> Timestamp,
24
+        modified -> Timestamp,
25
+        local -> Bool,
26
+    }
27
+}
28
+
29
+allow_tables_to_appear_in_same_query!(
30
+    activities,
31
+    actors,
32
+);

+ 16
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src/env.rs View File

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1
+extern crate config;
2
+
3
+pub fn get_value(key: String) -> String
4
+{
5
+    let mut config = config::Config::default();
6
+
7
+    // TODO: Find config file based on ROCKET_ENV
8
+    config.merge(config::File::with_name("env.development.toml"));
9
+
10
+    if config.get_str(&key).is_ok() { config.get_str(&key).ok().unwrap() }
11
+    else
12
+    {
13
+        eprintln!("Key '{}' in environment config not found:", &key);
14
+        String::from("")
15
+    }
16
+}

+ 25
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src/kibou_api/account.rs View File

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1
+use activitypub::controller::activity_follow;
2
+use actor::Actor;
3
+use actor::get_actor_by_uri;
4
+use database;
5
+use web_handler::federator;
6
+
7
+pub fn follow(actor: String, object: String)
8
+{
9
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
10
+    let serialized_actor: Actor = get_actor_by_uri(&database, &actor).unwrap();
11
+
12
+    match get_actor_by_uri(&database, &object)
13
+    {
14
+        Ok(followee) =>
15
+        {
16
+            let activitypub_activity_follow = activity_follow(&actor, object);
17
+            
18
+            if !followee.local
19
+            {
20
+                federator::enqueue(serialized_actor, serde_json::json!(&activitypub_activity_follow), vec![followee.inbox.unwrap()]);
21
+            }
22
+        },
23
+        Err(_) => ()
24
+    }
25
+}

+ 7
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src/kibou_api/mod.rs View File

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1
+//! Kibou_API provides a common application layer between data reprentations of modules such as
2
+//! ActivityPub, Mastodon_API and internal reprentations.
3
+//!
4
+//! Thus Kibou_API implements endpoints which are unique to the Kibou backend.
5
+//!
6
+pub mod account;
7
+pub mod status;

+ 81
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src/kibou_api/status.rs View File

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1
+use activitypub::activity::Tag;
2
+use activitypub::controller::activity_create;
3
+use activitypub::controller::note;
4
+use actor::Actor;
5
+use actor::get_actor_by_acct;
6
+use actor::get_actor_by_uri;
7
+use database;
8
+use regex::Regex;
9
+use web_handler::federator;
10
+
11
+pub fn build(actor: String, mut content: String, visiblity: &str, in_reply_to: Option<String>)
12
+{
13
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
14
+    let serialized_actor: Actor = get_actor_by_uri(&database, &actor).unwrap();
15
+
16
+    let mut direct_receipients: Vec<String> = vec![];
17
+    let mut receipients: Vec<String> = vec![];
18
+    let mut inboxes: Vec<String> = vec![];
19
+    let mut tags: Vec<serde_json::Value> = vec![];
20
+
21
+    let parsed_mentions = parse_mentions(content.clone());
22
+    direct_receipients.extend(parsed_mentions.0);
23
+    inboxes.extend(parsed_mentions.1);
24
+    tags.extend(parsed_mentions.2);
25
+    content = parsed_mentions.3;
26
+
27
+    match visiblity
28
+    {
29
+        "public" =>
30
+        {
31
+            direct_receipients.push("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams#Public".to_string());
32
+            receipients.push(format!("{}/followers", actor));
33
+        },
34
+
35
+        "unlisted" =>
36
+        {
37
+            direct_receipients.push(format!("{}/followers", actor));
38
+            receipients.push("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams#Public".to_string());
39
+        },
40
+
41
+        "private" =>
42
+        {
43
+            direct_receipients.push(format!("{}/followers", actor));
44
+        },
45
+
46
+        _ => ()
47
+    }
48
+
49
+    let activitypub_note = note(&actor, in_reply_to, content, direct_receipients.clone(), receipients.clone(), tags);
50
+    let activitypub_activity_create = activity_create(&actor, serde_json::to_value(activitypub_note).unwrap(), direct_receipients, receipients);
51
+    federator::enqueue(serialized_actor, serde_json::json!(&activitypub_activity_create), inboxes);
52
+}
53
+
54
+fn parse_mentions(content: String) -> (Vec<String>, Vec<String>, Vec<serde_json::Value>, String)
55
+{
56
+    let acct_regex = Regex::new(r"@[a-zA-Z0-9._-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9._-]+\.[a-zA-Z0-9_-]+\w").unwrap();
57
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
58
+
59
+    let mut receipients: Vec<String> = vec![];
60
+    let mut inboxes: Vec<String> = vec![];
61
+    let mut new_content: String = content.clone();
62
+    let mut tags: Vec<serde_json::Value> = vec![];
63
+
64
+    for mention in acct_regex.captures_iter(&content)
65
+    {
66
+        match get_actor_by_acct(&database, mention.get(0).unwrap().as_str().to_string().split_off(1))
67
+        {
68
+            Ok(actor) =>
69
+            {
70
+                let tag: Tag = Tag { _type: String::from("Mention"), href: actor.actor_uri.clone(), name: mention.get(0).unwrap().as_str().to_string() };
71
+
72
+                if !actor.local { inboxes.push(actor.inbox.unwrap()); }
73
+                receipients.push(actor.actor_uri.clone());
74
+                tags.push(serde_json::to_value(tag).unwrap());
75
+                new_content = str::replace(&new_content, mention.get(0).unwrap().as_str(), &format!("<a class=\"mention\" href=\"{uri}\">{acct}</a>", uri=actor.actor_uri, acct=mention.get(0).unwrap().as_str()));
76
+            },
77
+            Err(_) => ()
78
+        }
79
+    }
80
+    (receipients, inboxes, tags, new_content)
81
+}

+ 49
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src/main.rs View File

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1
+#![feature(proc_macro_hygiene, decl_macro)]
2
+#![feature(custom_attribute)]
3
+
4
+extern crate base64;
5
+extern crate chrono;
6
+#[macro_use]
7
+extern crate diesel;
8
+extern crate openssl;
9
+extern crate pem;
10
+extern crate regex;
11
+extern crate reqwest;
12
+#[macro_use]
13
+extern crate rocket;
14
+extern crate rocket_contrib;
15
+extern crate serde;
16
+extern crate serde_json;
17
+extern crate url;
18
+extern crate uuid;
19
+
20
+mod activity;
21
+mod activitypub;
22
+mod actor;
23
+mod database;
24
+mod env;
25
+mod kibou_api;
26
+mod tests;
27
+mod web_handler;
28
+mod well_known;
29
+
30
+fn main()
31
+{
32
+   // TODO: Determine the environment Rocket is running in (ROCKET_ENV)
33
+   // We are currently just assuming a development enviroment
34
+
35
+    let mut rocket_config = rocket::config::Config::build(rocket::config::Environment::Development)
36
+    .address(env::get_value("endpoint.host".to_string()))
37
+    .port(env::get_value("endpoint.port".to_string()).parse::<u16>().unwrap());
38
+
39
+    // Launching Rocket with our own environment config
40
+    rocket_app(rocket_config.unwrap()).launch();
41
+}
42
+
43
+fn rocket_app(config: rocket::config::Config) -> rocket::Rocket
44
+{
45
+    rocket::custom(config)
46
+
47
+    .mount("/", routes![activitypub::routes::actor, activitypub::routes::actor_inbox, activitypub::routes::object, activitypub::routes::inbox])
48
+    .mount("/", routes![well_known::webfinger::webfinger])
49
+}

+ 66
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src/tests/activity.rs View File

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1
+use activity;
2
+use activitypub::activity as ap_activity;
3
+use database;
4
+use tests::utils::valid_local_dummy_create_activity;
5
+use tests::utils::valid_remote_dummy_create_activity;
6
+
7
+#[test]
8
+fn get_ap_object_by_id()
9
+{
10
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
11
+    let test_object_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/9c247a1d-5aed-4a3f-922d-d88eaf9938a2");
12
+    let test_actor = String::from("https://remote.tld/ben");
13
+
14
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, ap_activity::create_internal_activity(valid_remote_dummy_create_activity(test_object_id.clone(), None), String::from("https://remote.tld/ben")));
15
+    let result = activity::get_ap_object_by_id(&database, &test_object_id.clone());
16
+    activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_object_id);
17
+
18
+    match result
19
+    {
20
+        Ok(_) => assert!(true),
21
+        Err(_) => assert!(false, "AP object should exist")
22
+    }
23
+}
24
+
25
+#[test]
26
+fn get_ap_object_replies_by_id()
27
+{
28
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
29
+    let test_object_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/6d5fbaa1-82b6-434d-b885-7865b07deae4");
30
+    let test_reply_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/b7435596-e01d-4474-bbd5-b033149bddbf");
31
+
32
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, ap_activity::create_internal_activity(valid_local_dummy_create_activity(test_object_id.clone(), None), String::from("https://example.tld/alyssa")));
33
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, ap_activity::create_internal_activity(valid_remote_dummy_create_activity(test_reply_id.clone(), Some(test_object_id.clone())), String::from("https://remote.tld/ben")));
34
+    match activity::get_ap_object_replies_by_id(&database, &test_object_id.clone())
35
+    {
36
+        Ok(activities) =>
37
+        {
38
+            activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_object_id);
39
+            activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_reply_id.clone());
40
+            assert_eq!(test_reply_id, activities[0].data["object"]["id"].as_str().unwrap().to_string())
41
+        },
42
+        Err(_) =>
43
+        {
44
+            activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_object_id);
45
+            activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_reply_id);
46
+            assert!(false, "Reply should exist")
47
+        }
48
+    }
49
+}
50
+
51
+#[test]
52
+fn count_ap_object_replies_by_id()
53
+{
54
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
55
+    let test_object_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/1c34ec09-a2dd-4d43-85b9-2c63cbbd1f54");
56
+    let test_reply_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/a0aa8551-f1a7-4b83-9493-9dadc378599b");
57
+
58
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, ap_activity::create_internal_activity(valid_local_dummy_create_activity(test_object_id.clone(), None), String::from("https://example.tld/alyssa")));
59
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, ap_activity::create_internal_activity(valid_remote_dummy_create_activity(test_reply_id.clone(), Some(test_object_id.clone())), String::from("https://remote.tld/ben")));
60
+
61
+    let reply_num: usize = activity::count_ap_object_replies_by_id(&database, &test_object_id.clone()).unwrap_or_else(|_| 0);
62
+    activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_object_id);
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+    activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_reply_id);
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+
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+    assert_eq!(reply_num, 1);
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+}

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1
+use actor as internal_actor;
2
+use activitypub::actor as actor;
3
+use tests::utils::create_local_test_actor;
4
+use tests::utils::delete_test_actor;
5
+
6
+#[test]
7
+fn get_err_by_preferred_username()
8
+{
9
+    let json_object = actor::get_json_by_preferred_username(String::from("希"));
10
+    assert_eq!(json_object["error"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", "User not found."));
11
+}
12
+
13
+#[test]
14
+fn get_json_by_preferred_username()
15
+{
16
+    let test_actor: internal_actor::Actor = create_local_test_actor("ap_actor_test_json");
17
+
18
+    let email = test_actor.email.clone();
19
+    let password = test_actor.password.clone();
20
+    let actor_uri = test_actor.actor_uri.clone();
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+    let username = test_actor.username.clone().unwrap_or_else(|| test_actor.preferred_username.clone());
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+    let preferred_username = test_actor.preferred_username.clone();
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+    let summary = test_actor.summary.clone().unwrap_or_else(|| String::from(""));
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+    let local = test_actor.local.clone();
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+
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+    let json_object = actor::get_json_by_preferred_username(preferred_username.clone());
27
+
28
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
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+    assert_eq!(json_object["id"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", actor_uri.clone()));
30
+    assert_eq!(json_object["summary"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", summary));
31
+    assert_eq!(json_object["following"].to_string(), format!("\"{}/following\"", actor_uri.clone()));
32
+    assert_eq!(json_object["followers"].to_string(), format!("\"{}/followers\"", actor_uri.clone()));
33
+    assert_eq!(json_object["inbox"].to_string(), format!("\"{}/inbox\"", actor_uri.clone()));
34
+    assert_eq!(json_object["outbox"].to_string(), format!("\"{}/outbox\"", actor_uri.clone()));
35
+    assert_eq!(json_object["preferredUsername"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", preferred_username));
36
+    assert_eq!(json_object["name"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", username));
37
+    assert_eq!(json_object["url"].to_string(), format!("\"{}\"", actor_uri));
38
+}

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+use activity;
2
+use activitypub::activity::create_internal_activity;
3
+use activitypub::controller as controller;
4
+use actor;
5
+use database;
6
+use tests::utils::create_local_test_actor;
7
+use tests::utils::delete_test_actor;
8
+use tests::utils::valid_remote_dummy_create_activity;
9
+
10
+#[test]
11
+fn err_actor_exists()
12
+{
13
+    let test_actor_uri = String::from("https://example.tld/actors/希");
14
+    let test_actor_exists = controller::actor_exists(&test_actor_uri);
15
+
16
+    assert_eq!(test_actor_exists, false);
17
+}
18
+
19
+#[test]
20
+fn actor_exists()
21
+{
22
+    let test_actor: actor::Actor = create_local_test_actor("b9f4e4bc-828e-403a-bdf9-66b618ebac60");
23
+    let test_actor_exists = controller::actor_exists(&test_actor.actor_uri);
24
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
25
+
26
+    assert_eq!(test_actor_exists, true);
27
+}
28
+
29
+#[test]
30
+fn err_object_exists()
31
+{
32
+    let test_object_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/bfdde7c2-9267-445c-bb0c-3196a8854284");
33
+    let test_object_exists = controller::object_exists(&test_object_id);
34
+
35
+    assert_eq!(test_object_exists, false);
36
+}
37
+
38
+#[test]
39
+fn object_exists()
40
+{
41
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
42
+    let test_object_id = String::from("https://remote.tld/objects/ad8127cd-bbf5-4910-bdca-bad648fa0901");
43
+    let test_actor = String::from("https://remote.tld/ben");
44
+
45
+    activity::insert_activity(&database, create_internal_activity(valid_remote_dummy_create_activity(test_object_id.clone(), None), test_actor));
46
+    let test_object_exists = controller::object_exists(&test_object_id.clone());
47
+    activity::delete_ap_object_by_id(&database, test_object_id);
48
+
49
+    assert_eq!(test_object_exists, true);
50
+}

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src/tests/activitypub_validator.rs View File

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1
+use activitypub::activity::Object;
2
+use activitypub::validator as validator;
3
+
4
+#[test]
5
+fn validate_object()
6
+{
7
+    match validator::validate_object(serde_json::to_value(valid_dummy_object()).unwrap())
8
+    {
9
+        Ok(_) => assert!(true),
10
+        Err(_) => assert!(false, "Valid object should pass the validator")
11
+    }
12
+
13
+    match validator::validate_object(serde_json::to_value(invalid_dummy_object()).unwrap())
14
+    {
15
+        Ok(_) => assert!(false, "Invalid object should not pass the validator"),
16
+        Err(_) => assert!(true)
17
+    }
18
+}
19
+
20
+fn valid_dummy_object() -> Object
21
+{
22
+    Object
23
+    {
24
+        _type: String::from("Note"),
25
+        id: String::from("https://example.tld/objects/afb1c173-2ecd-4250-9bca-5e90d4340e06"),
26
+        published: String::from("2015-02-10T15:04:55Z"),
27
+        attributedTo: String::from("https://example.tld/users/alyssa"),
28
+        inReplyTo: None,
29
+        summary: None,
30
+        content: String::from("Haha it's me Alyssa!"),
31
+        to: vec![],
32
+        cc: vec![String::from("https://example.tld/users/alyssa/followers"), String::from("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams#Public")],
33
+        tag: vec![]
34
+    }
35
+}
36
+
37
+fn invalid_dummy_object() -> Object
38
+{
39
+    Object
40
+    {
41
+        _type: String::from("Notice"),
42
+        id: String::from("https://example.tld/objects/93254c3a-dd02-4987-adc7-abfb815799da"),
43
+        published: String::from("2015-02-10T15:04:55Z"),
44
+        attributedTo: String::from("https://example.tld/users/alyssa"),
45
+        inReplyTo: None,
46
+        summary: None,
47
+        content: String::from("Listening to Pink Floyd right now"),
48
+        to: vec![],
49
+        cc: vec![String::from("https://example.tld/users/alyssa/followers"), String::from("https://www.w3.org/ns/activitystreams#Public")],
50
+        tag: vec![]
51
+    }
52
+}

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1
+use actor;
2
+use base64;
3
+use database;
4
+use openssl::hash::MessageDigest;
5
+use openssl::pkey::PKey;
6
+use openssl::rsa::Rsa;
7
+use openssl::sign::Verifier;
8
+use pem::Pem;
9
+use serde_json;
10
+use tests::utils::create_local_test_actor;
11
+use tests::utils::create_remote_test_actor;
12
+use tests::utils::delete_test_actor;
13
+
14
+#[test]
15
+fn generate_new_keys()
16
+{
17
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("852f47fe-9271-4f96-ae81-610ae40ca164");
18
+    let test_actor_pkey = test_actor.get_private_key();
19
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
20
+
21
+    match pem::parse(test_actor_pkey)
22
+    {
23
+        Ok(_) => assert!(true),
24
+        Err(_) => assert!(false, "Invalid private key was generated")
25
+    }
26
+}
27
+
28
+#[test]
29
+fn sign()
30
+{
31
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("92edfc1f-4f9d-40f3-83a0-e4deb5163c15");
32
+    let test_string: String = String::from("Test");
33
+    let test_actor_pkey = test_actor.get_private_key();
34
+    let signed_string = test_actor.sign(test_string.clone());
35
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
36
+
37
+    let pem_decoded = pem::parse(test_actor_pkey).unwrap();
38
+    let pkey = PKey::from_rsa(openssl::rsa::Rsa::private_key_from_der(&pem_decoded.contents).unwrap()).unwrap();
39
+    let mut verifier = Verifier::new(MessageDigest::sha256(), &pkey).unwrap();
40
+    verifier.update(&test_string.into_bytes()).unwrap();
41
+
42
+    assert_eq!(verifier.verify(&base64::decode(&signed_string.into_bytes()).unwrap()).unwrap(), true);
43
+}
44
+
45
+#[test]
46
+fn update_local_keys()
47
+{
48
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("d0fd62bc-a991-42e5-9f39-758bafab06e6");
49
+    let test_actor_pkey = test_actor.get_private_key();
50
+    test_actor.update_local_keys();
51
+    let test_actor_new_pkey = test_actor.get_private_key();
52
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
53
+
54
+    assert_ne!(test_actor_pkey, test_actor_new_pkey);
55
+}
56
+
57
+#[test]
58
+fn get_actor_by_acct()
59
+{
60
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
61
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("6ca9fede-04e0-4175-b7af-29ff760b80ba");
62
+    let test_actor_id = test_actor.id;
63
+    let acct = test_actor.get_acct();
64
+
65
+    match actor::get_actor_by_acct(&database, acct)
66
+    {
67
+        Ok(actor) =>
68
+        {
69
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
70
+            assert_eq!(test_actor_id, actor.id);
71
+        },
72
+        Err(_) =>
73
+        {
74
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
75
+            assert!(false, "Actor could not be queried by `acct`");
76
+        }
77
+    }
78
+}
79
+
80
+#[test]
81
+fn get_actor_by_uri()
82
+{
83
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
84
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("11c116b1-818c-4c07-aac7-26debc450d0b");
85
+    let test_actor_id = test_actor.id;
86
+
87
+    match actor::get_actor_by_uri(&database, &test_actor.actor_uri)
88
+    {
89
+        Ok(actor) => {
90
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
91
+            assert_eq!(test_actor_id, actor.id);
92
+        },
93
+        Err(_) =>
94
+        {
95
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
96
+            assert!(false, "Actor could not be queried by `uri`");
97
+        }
98
+    }
99
+}
100
+
101
+#[test]
102
+fn get_local_actor_by_preferred_username()
103
+{
104
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
105
+    let mut test_actor = create_local_test_actor("dd4f078d-d5d8-4f84-a99f-7c13841fa962");
106
+
107
+    match actor::get_local_actor_by_preferred_username(&database, test_actor.preferred_username.clone())
108
+    {
109
+        Ok(_) => {
110
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
111
+            assert!(true);
112
+        },
113
+        Err(_) => {
114
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
115
+            assert!(false, "Local user was not found");
116
+        }
117
+    }
118
+}
119
+
120
+#[test]
121
+fn create_remote_actor()
122
+{
123
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
124
+    let mut test_actor = create_remote_test_actor("6c85897a-d420-4e23-b5c8-7d6eb4ea834f");
125
+    let email = test_actor.email.clone();
126
+    let password = test_actor.password.clone();
127
+    let actor_uri = test_actor.actor_uri.clone();
128
+    let username = test_actor.username.clone();
129
+    let preferred_username = test_actor.preferred_username.clone();
130
+    let summary = test_actor.summary.clone();
131
+    let local = test_actor.local.clone();
132
+
133
+    match actor::get_actor_by_uri(&database, &test_actor.actor_uri)
134
+    {
135
+        Ok(db_actor) =>
136
+        {
137
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
138
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.email, email);
139
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.password, password);
140
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.actor_uri, actor_uri);
141
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.username, username);
142
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.preferred_username, preferred_username.clone());
143
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.summary, summary);
144
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.local, local);
145
+        },
146
+        Err(_) =>
147
+        {
148
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
149
+            assert!(false, "Actor was not found in database");
150
+        }
151
+    }
152
+}
153
+
154
+#[test]
155
+fn delete_remote_actor()
156
+{
157
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
158
+    let mut test_actor = create_remote_test_actor("3e1218d3-f735-4a50-b610-52c6f64445ee");
159
+    let actor_uri = test_actor.actor_uri.clone();
160
+    delete_test_actor(test_actor);
161
+
162
+    match actor::get_actor_by_uri(&database, &actor_uri)
163
+    {
164
+        Ok(_) => assert!(false, "Actor was not deleted!"),
165
+        Err(_) => assert!(true)
166
+    }
167
+}
168
+
169
+
170
+/// Creates an actor with all nullable values being filled with null
171
+///
172
+/// # Note
173
+/// This is neither a valid local actor, nor a valid remote actor. It's purpose is to test
174
+/// the creation of actors with optional values in general.
175
+#[test]
176
+fn create_actor_with_optional_values()
177
+{
178
+    let database = database::establish_connection();
179
+    let test_actor_username = String::from("e40e4712-ad48-4b5b-9bd6-1459b399b85c");
180
+
181
+    let mut test_actor = actor::Actor {
182
+        id: 0,
183
+        email: None,
184
+        password: None,
185
+        actor_uri: String::from("https://example.tld/e40e4712-ad48-4b5b-9bd6-1459b399b85c"),
186
+        username: None,
187
+        preferred_username: String::from("e40e4712-ad48-4b5b-9bd6-1459b399b85c"),
188
+        summary: None,
189
+        inbox: None,
190
+        icon: None,
191
+        keys: serde_json::json!({}),
192
+        local: false
193
+    };
194
+
195
+    let email = test_actor.email.clone();
196
+    let password = test_actor.password.clone();
197
+    let actor_uri = test_actor.actor_uri.clone();
198
+    let username = test_actor.username.clone();
199
+    let preferred_username = test_actor.preferred_username.clone();
200
+    let summary = test_actor.summary.clone();
201
+    let inbox = test_actor.inbox.clone();
202
+    let icon = test_actor.icon.clone();
203
+    let keys = test_actor.keys.clone();
204
+    let local = test_actor.local.clone();
205
+
206
+    actor::create_actor(&database, &mut test_actor);
207
+
208
+    match actor::get_actor_by_uri(&database, &actor_uri)
209
+    {
210
+        Ok(db_actor) =>
211
+        {
212
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
213
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.email, email);
214
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.password, password);
215
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.actor_uri, actor_uri);
216
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.username, username);
217
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.preferred_username, preferred_username);
218
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.summary, summary);
219
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.inbox, inbox);
220
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.icon, icon);
221
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.keys, keys);
222
+            assert_eq!(db_actor.local, local);
223
+        },
224
+        Err(_) =>
225
+        {
226
+            delete_test_actor(test_actor);
227
+            assert!(false, "Actor was not found in database");
228
+        }
229
+    }
230
+}
231
+
232
+#[test]
233
+fn create_local_actor()
234
+{