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// Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <stdint.h>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include "content/common/content_export.h"
namespace base {
class TimeTicks;
namespace net {
struct RedirectInfo;
namespace content {
struct ResourceResponseInfo;
// This is implemented by our custom resource loader within content. The Peer
// and it's bridge should have identical lifetimes as they represent each end of
// a communication channel.
// These callbacks mirror net::URLRequest::Delegate and the order and
// conditions in which they will be called are identical. See url_request.h
// for more information.
class CONTENT_EXPORT RequestPeer {
// This class represents data gotten from the Browser process. Each data
// consists of |payload|, |length|, |encoded_data_length| and
// |encoded_body_length|. The payload is valid only when the data instance is
// valid.
// In order to work with Chrome resource loading IPC, it is desirable to
// reclaim data in FIFO order in a RequestPeer in terms of performance.
// |payload|, |length|, |encoded_data_length| and |encoded_body_length|
// functions are thread-safe, but the data object itself must be destroyed on
// the original thread.
class CONTENT_EXPORT ReceivedData {
virtual ~ReceivedData() {}
virtual const char* payload() const = 0;
virtual int length() const = 0;
// A ThreadSafeReceivedData can be deleted on ANY thread.
class CONTENT_EXPORT ThreadSafeReceivedData : public ReceivedData {};
// Called as upload progress is made.
// note: only for requests with upload progress enabled.
virtual void OnUploadProgress(uint64_t position, uint64_t size) = 0;
// Called when a redirect occurs. The implementation may return false to
// suppress the redirect. The ResourceResponseInfo provides information about
// the redirect response and the RedirectInfo includes information about the
// request to be made if the method returns true.
virtual bool OnReceivedRedirect(const net::RedirectInfo& redirect_info,
const ResourceResponseInfo& info) = 0;
// Called when response headers are available (after all redirects have
// been followed).
virtual void OnReceivedResponse(const ResourceResponseInfo& info) = 0;
// Called when a chunk of response data is downloaded. This method may be
// called multiple times or not at all if an error occurs. This method is
// only called if RequestInfo::download_to_file was set to true, and in
// that case, OnReceivedData will not be called.
// The encoded_data_length is the length of the encoded data transferred
// over the network, which could be different from data length (e.g. for
// gzipped content).
virtual void OnDownloadedData(int len, int encoded_data_length) = 0;
// Called when a chunk of response data is available. This method may
// be called multiple times or not at all if an error occurs.
virtual void OnReceivedData(std::unique_ptr<ReceivedData> data) = 0;
// Called when the transfer size is updated. This method may be called
// multiple times or not at all. The transfer size is the length of the
// response (including both headers and the body) over the network.
// |transfer_size_diff| is the difference from the value previously reported
// one (including the one in OnReceivedResponse). It must be positive.
virtual void OnTransferSizeUpdated(int transfer_size_diff) = 0;
// Called when metadata generated by the renderer is retrieved from the
// cache. This method may be called zero or one times.
virtual void OnReceivedCachedMetadata(const char* data, int len) {}
// Called when the response is complete. This method signals completion of
// the resource load.
virtual void OnCompletedRequest(int error_code,
bool was_ignored_by_handler,
bool stale_copy_in_cache,
const base::TimeTicks& completion_time,
int64_t total_transfer_size,
int64_t encoded_body_size,
int64_t decoded_body_size) = 0;
virtual ~RequestPeer() {}
} // namespace content