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// Copyright (c) 2012 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 "net/base/net_util.h"
#include <map>
#include <vector>
#include "base/i18n/time_formatting.h"
#include "base/json/string_escape.h"
#include "base/lazy_instance.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/memory/singleton.h"
#include "base/stl_util.h"
#include "base/strings/string_tokenizer.h"
#include "base/strings/string_util.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_offset_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_string_conversions.h"
#include "base/time/time.h"
#include "url/gurl.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/uidna.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/uniset.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/uscript.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/common/unicode/uset.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/i18n/unicode/datefmt.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/i18n/unicode/regex.h"
#include "third_party/icu/source/i18n/unicode/ulocdata.h"
using base::Time;
namespace net {
namespace {
typedef std::vector<size_t> Offsets;
// Does some simple normalization of scripts so we can allow certain scripts
// to exist together.
// TODO(brettw) bug 880223: we should allow some other languages to be
// oombined such as Chinese and Latin. We will probably need a more
// complicated system of language pairs to have more fine-grained control.
UScriptCode NormalizeScript(UScriptCode code) {
switch (code) {
case USCRIPT_HANGUL: // This one is arguable.
return code;
bool IsIDNComponentInSingleScript(const base::char16* str, int str_len) {
UScriptCode first_script = USCRIPT_INVALID_CODE;
bool is_first = true;
int i = 0;
while (i < str_len) {
unsigned code_point;
U16_NEXT(str, i, str_len, code_point);
UErrorCode err = U_ZERO_ERROR;
UScriptCode cur_script = uscript_getScript(code_point, &err);
if (err != U_ZERO_ERROR)
return false; // Report mixed on error.
cur_script = NormalizeScript(cur_script);
// TODO(brettw) We may have to check for USCRIPT_INHERENT as well.
if (is_first && cur_script != USCRIPT_COMMON) {
first_script = cur_script;
is_first = false;
} else {
if (cur_script != USCRIPT_COMMON && cur_script != first_script)
return false;
return true;
// Check if the script of a language can be 'safely' mixed with
// Latin letters in the ASCII range.
bool IsCompatibleWithASCIILetters(const std::string& lang) {
// For now, just list Chinese, Japanese and Korean (positive list).
// An alternative is negative-listing (languages using Greek and
// Cyrillic letters), but it can be more dangerous.
return !lang.substr(0, 2).compare("zh") ||
!lang.substr(0, 2).compare("ja") ||
!lang.substr(0, 2).compare("ko");
typedef std::map<std::string, icu::UnicodeSet*> LangToExemplarSetMap;
class LangToExemplarSet {
static LangToExemplarSet* GetInstance() {
return Singleton<LangToExemplarSet>::get();
LangToExemplarSetMap map;
LangToExemplarSet() { }
~LangToExemplarSet() {
STLDeleteContainerPairSecondPointers(map.begin(), map.end());
friend class Singleton<LangToExemplarSet>;
friend struct DefaultSingletonTraits<LangToExemplarSet>;
friend bool GetExemplarSetForLang(const std::string&, icu::UnicodeSet**);
friend void SetExemplarSetForLang(const std::string&, icu::UnicodeSet*);
bool GetExemplarSetForLang(const std::string& lang,
icu::UnicodeSet** lang_set) {
const LangToExemplarSetMap& map = LangToExemplarSet::GetInstance()->map;
LangToExemplarSetMap::const_iterator pos = map.find(lang);
if (pos != map.end()) {
*lang_set = pos->second;
return true;
return false;
void SetExemplarSetForLang(const std::string& lang,
icu::UnicodeSet* lang_set) {
LangToExemplarSetMap& map = LangToExemplarSet::GetInstance()->map;
map.insert(std::make_pair(lang, lang_set));
static base::LazyInstance<base::Lock>::Leaky
// Returns true if all the characters in component_characters are used by
// the language |lang|.
bool IsComponentCoveredByLang(const icu::UnicodeSet& component_characters,
const std::string& lang) {
const icu::UnicodeSet, kASCIILetters, ('a', 'z'));
icu::UnicodeSet* lang_set = NULL;
// We're called from both the UI thread and the history thread.
base::AutoLock lock(g_lang_set_lock.Get());
if (!GetExemplarSetForLang(lang, &lang_set)) {
UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
ULocaleData* uld = ulocdata_open(lang.c_str(), &status);
// TODO(jungshik) Turn this check on when the ICU data file is
// rebuilt with the minimal subset of locale data for languages
// to which Chrome is not localized but which we offer in the list
// of languages selectable for Accept-Languages. With the rebuilt ICU
// data, ulocdata_open never should fall back to the default locale.
// (issue 2078)
if (U_SUCCESS(status) && status != U_USING_DEFAULT_WARNING) {
lang_set = reinterpret_cast<icu::UnicodeSet *>(
ulocdata_getExemplarSet(uld, NULL, 0,
// If |lang| is compatible with ASCII Latin letters, add them.
if (IsCompatibleWithASCIILetters(lang))
} else {
lang_set = new icu::UnicodeSet(1, 0);
SetExemplarSetForLang(lang, lang_set);
return !lang_set->isEmpty() && lang_set->containsAll(component_characters);
// Returns true if the given Unicode host component is safe to display to the
// user.
bool IsIDNComponentSafe(const base::char16* str,
int str_len,
const std::string& languages) {
// Most common cases (non-IDN) do not reach here so that we don't
// need a fast return path.
// TODO(jungshik) : Check if there's any character inappropriate
// (although allowed) for domain names.
// See and
// For now, we borrow the list from Mozilla and tweaked it slightly.
// (e.g. Characters like U+00A0, U+3000, U+3002 are omitted because
// they're gonna be canonicalized to U+0020 and full stop before
// reaching here.)
// The original list is available at
// and
// at
UErrorCode status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
#ifdef U_WCHAR_IS_UTF16
icu::UnicodeSet dangerous_characters(icu::UnicodeString(
L"[[\\ \u00ad\u00bc\u00bd\u01c3\u0337\u0338"
L"[\ufffa-\ufffd]]"), status);
icu::RegexMatcher dangerous_patterns(icu::UnicodeString(
// Lone katakana no, so, or n
// Repeating Japanese accent characters
0, status);
icu::UnicodeSet dangerous_characters(icu::UnicodeString(
"[\\ufffa-\\ufffd]]", -1, US_INV), status);
icu::RegexMatcher dangerous_patterns(icu::UnicodeString(
// Lone katakana no, so, or n
// Repeating Japanese accent characters
0, status);
icu::UnicodeSet component_characters;
icu::UnicodeString component_string(str, str_len);
if (dangerous_characters.containsSome(component_characters))
return false;
if (dangerous_patterns.find())
return false;
// If the language list is empty, the result is completely determined
// by whether a component is a single script or not. This will block
// even "safe" script mixing cases like <Chinese, Latin-ASCII> that are
// allowed with |languages| (while it blocks Chinese + Latin letters with
// an accent as should be the case), but we want to err on the safe side
// when |languages| is empty.
if (languages.empty())
return IsIDNComponentInSingleScript(str, str_len);
// |common_characters| is made up of ASCII numbers, hyphen, plus and
// underscore that are used across scripts and allowed in domain names.
// (sync'd with characters allowed in url_canon_host with square
// brackets excluded.) See kHostCharLookup[] array in
icu::UnicodeSet common_characters(UNICODE_STRING_SIMPLE("[[0-9]\\-_+\\ ]"),
// Subtract common characters because they're always allowed so that
// we just have to check if a language-specific set contains
// the remainder.
base::StringTokenizer t(languages, ",");
while (t.GetNext()) {
if (IsComponentCoveredByLang(component_characters, t.token()))
return true;
return false;
// A wrapper to use LazyInstance<>::Leaky with ICU's UIDNA, a C pointer to
// a UTS46/IDNA 2008 handling object opened with uidna_openUTS46().
// We use UTS46 with BiDiCheck to migrate from IDNA 2003 to IDNA 2008 with
// the backward compatibility in mind. What it does:
// 1. Use the up-to-date Unicode data.
// 2. Define a case folding/mapping with the up-to-date Unicode data as
// in IDNA 2003.
// 3. Use transitional mechanism for 4 deviation characters (sharp-s,
// final sigma, ZWJ and ZWNJ) for now.
// 4. Continue to allow symbols and punctuations.
// 5. Apply new BiDi check rules more permissive than the IDNA 2003 BiDI rules.
// 6. Do not apply STD3 rules
// 7. Do not allow unassigned code points.
// It also closely matches what IE 10 does except for the BiDi check (
// ).
// See http:// and references therein
// for more details.
struct UIDNAWrapper {
UIDNAWrapper() {
UErrorCode err = U_ZERO_ERROR;
// TODO(jungshik): Change options as different parties (browsers,
// registrars, search engines) converge toward a consensus.
value = uidna_openUTS46(UIDNA_CHECK_BIDI, &err);
if (U_FAILURE(err))
value = NULL;
UIDNA* value;
static base::LazyInstance<UIDNAWrapper>::Leaky
// Converts one component of a host (between dots) to IDN if safe. The result
// will be APPENDED to the given output string and will be the same as the input
// if it is not IDN or the IDN is unsafe to display. Returns whether any
// conversion was performed.
bool IDNToUnicodeOneComponent(const base::char16* comp,
size_t comp_len,
const std::string& languages,
base::string16* out) {
if (comp_len == 0)
return false;
// Only transform if the input can be an IDN component.
static const base::char16 kIdnPrefix[] = {'x', 'n', '-', '-'};
if ((comp_len > arraysize(kIdnPrefix)) &&
!memcmp(comp, kIdnPrefix, arraysize(kIdnPrefix) * sizeof(base::char16))) {
UIDNA* uidna = g_uidna.Get().value;
DCHECK(uidna != NULL);
size_t original_length = out->length();
int output_length = 64;
UErrorCode status;
do {
out->resize(original_length + output_length);
status = U_ZERO_ERROR;
// This returns the actual length required. If this is more than 64
// code units, |status| will be U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR and we'll try
// the conversion again, but with a sufficiently large buffer.
output_length = uidna_labelToUnicode(
uidna, comp, static_cast<int32_t>(comp_len), &(*out)[original_length],
output_length, &info, &status);
} while ((status == U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR && info.errors == 0));
if (U_SUCCESS(status) && info.errors == 0) {
// Converted successfully. Ensure that the converted component
// can be safely displayed to the user.
out->resize(original_length + output_length);
if (IsIDNComponentSafe(out->data() + original_length, output_length,
return true;
// Something went wrong. Revert to original string.
// We get here with no IDN or on error, in which case we just append the
// literal input.
out->append(comp, comp_len);
return false;
// TODO(brettw) bug 734373: check the scripts for each host component and
// don't un-IDN-ize if there is more than one. Alternatively, only IDN for
// scripts that the user has installed. For now, just put the entire
// path through IDN. Maybe this feature can be implemented in ICU itself?
// We may want to skip this step in the case of file URLs to allow unicode
// UNC hostnames regardless of encodings.
base::string16 IDNToUnicodeWithAdjustments(
const std::string& host,
const std::string& languages,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) {
if (adjustments)
// Convert the ASCII input to a base::string16 for ICU.
base::string16 input16;
input16.insert(input16.end(), host.begin(), host.end());
// Do each component of the host separately, since we enforce script matching
// on a per-component basis.
base::string16 out16;
for (size_t component_start = 0, component_end;
component_start < input16.length();
component_start = component_end + 1) {
// Find the end of the component.
component_end = input16.find('.', component_start);
if (component_end == base::string16::npos)
component_end = input16.length(); // For getting the last component.
size_t component_length = component_end - component_start;
size_t new_component_start = out16.length();
bool converted_idn = false;
if (component_end > component_start) {
// Add the substring that we just found.
converted_idn = IDNToUnicodeOneComponent( + component_start, component_length, languages,
size_t new_component_length = out16.length() - new_component_start;
if (converted_idn && adjustments) {
component_start, component_length, new_component_length));
// Need to add the dot we just found (if we found one).
if (component_end < input16.length())
return out16;
// If |component| is valid, its begin is incremented by |delta|.
void AdjustComponent(int delta, url::Component* component) {
if (!component->is_valid())
DCHECK(delta >= 0 || component->begin >= -delta);
component->begin += delta;
// Adjusts all the components of |parsed| by |delta|, except for the scheme.
void AdjustAllComponentsButScheme(int delta, url::Parsed* parsed) {
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->username));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->password));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->host));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->port));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->path));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->query));
AdjustComponent(delta, &(parsed->ref));
// Helper for FormatUrlWithOffsets().
base::string16 FormatViewSourceUrl(
const GURL& url,
const std::string& languages,
FormatUrlTypes format_types,
UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules,
url::Parsed* new_parsed,
size_t* prefix_end,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) {
const char kViewSource[] = "view-source:";
const size_t kViewSourceLength = arraysize(kViewSource) - 1;
// Format the underlying URL and record adjustments.
const std::string& url_str(url.possibly_invalid_spec());
base::string16 result(base::ASCIIToUTF16(kViewSource) +
languages, format_types, unescape_rules,
new_parsed, prefix_end, adjustments));
// Revise |adjustments| by shifting to the offsets to prefix that the above
// call to FormatUrl didn't get to see.
for (base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments::iterator it = adjustments->begin();
it != adjustments->end(); ++it)
it->original_offset += kViewSourceLength;
// Adjust positions of the parsed components.
if (new_parsed->scheme.is_nonempty()) {
// Assume "view-source:real-scheme" as a scheme.
new_parsed->scheme.len += kViewSourceLength;
} else {
new_parsed->scheme.begin = 0;
new_parsed->scheme.len = kViewSourceLength - 1;
AdjustAllComponentsButScheme(kViewSourceLength, new_parsed);
if (prefix_end)
*prefix_end += kViewSourceLength;
return result;
class AppendComponentTransform {
AppendComponentTransform() {}
virtual ~AppendComponentTransform() {}
virtual base::string16 Execute(
const std::string& component_text,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) const = 0;
// NOTE: No DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN here, since gcc < 4.3.0 requires an
// accessible copy constructor in order to call AppendFormattedComponent()
// with an inline temporary (see ).
class HostComponentTransform : public AppendComponentTransform {
explicit HostComponentTransform(const std::string& languages)
: languages_(languages) {
virtual base::string16 Execute(
const std::string& component_text,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) const OVERRIDE {
return IDNToUnicodeWithAdjustments(component_text, languages_,
const std::string& languages_;
class NonHostComponentTransform : public AppendComponentTransform {
explicit NonHostComponentTransform(UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules)
: unescape_rules_(unescape_rules) {
virtual base::string16 Execute(
const std::string& component_text,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) const OVERRIDE {
return (unescape_rules_ == UnescapeRule::NONE) ?
base::UTF8ToUTF16WithAdjustments(component_text, adjustments) :
unescape_rules_, adjustments);
const UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules_;
// Transforms the portion of |spec| covered by |original_component| according to
// |transform|. Appends the result to |output|. If |output_component| is
// non-NULL, its start and length are set to the transformed component's new
// start and length. If |adjustments| is non-NULL, appends adjustments (if
// any) that reflect the transformation the original component underwent to
// become the transformed value appended to |output|.
void AppendFormattedComponent(const std::string& spec,
const url::Component& original_component,
const AppendComponentTransform& transform,
base::string16* output,
url::Component* output_component,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) {
if (original_component.is_nonempty()) {
size_t original_component_begin =
size_t output_component_begin = output->length();
std::string component_str(spec, original_component_begin,
// Transform |component_str| and modify |adjustments| appropriately.
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments component_transform_adjustments;
transform.Execute(component_str, &component_transform_adjustments));
// Shift all the adjustments made for this component so the offsets are
// valid for the original string and add them to |adjustments|.
for (base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments::iterator comp_iter =
comp_iter != component_transform_adjustments.end(); ++comp_iter)
comp_iter->original_offset += original_component_begin;
if (adjustments) {
// Set positions of the parsed component.
if (output_component) {
output_component->begin = static_cast<int>(output_component_begin);
output_component->len =
static_cast<int>(output->length() - output_component_begin);
} else if (output_component) {
} // namespace
const FormatUrlType kFormatUrlOmitNothing = 0;
const FormatUrlType kFormatUrlOmitUsernamePassword = 1 << 0;
const FormatUrlType kFormatUrlOmitHTTP = 1 << 1;
const FormatUrlType kFormatUrlOmitTrailingSlashOnBareHostname = 1 << 2;
const FormatUrlType kFormatUrlOmitAll = kFormatUrlOmitUsernamePassword |
kFormatUrlOmitHTTP | kFormatUrlOmitTrailingSlashOnBareHostname;
base::string16 IDNToUnicode(const std::string& host,
const std::string& languages) {
return IDNToUnicodeWithAdjustments(host, languages, NULL);
std::string GetDirectoryListingEntry(const base::string16& name,
const std::string& raw_bytes,
bool is_dir,
int64 size,
Time modified) {
std::string result;
base::EscapeJSONString(name, true, &result);
if (raw_bytes.empty()) {
base::EscapeJSONString(EscapePath(base::UTF16ToUTF8(name)), true, &result);
} else {
base::EscapeJSONString(EscapePath(raw_bytes), true, &result);
if (is_dir) {
} else {
// Negative size means unknown or not applicable (e.g. directory).
base::string16 size_string;
if (size >= 0)
size_string = FormatBytesUnlocalized(size);
base::EscapeJSONString(size_string, true, &result);
base::string16 modified_str;
// |modified| can be NULL in FTP listings.
if (!modified.is_null()) {
modified_str = base::TimeFormatShortDateAndTime(modified);
base::EscapeJSONString(modified_str, true, &result);
return result;
void AppendFormattedHost(const GURL& url,
const std::string& languages,
base::string16* output) {
HostComponentTransform(languages), output, NULL, NULL);
base::string16 FormatUrlWithOffsets(
const GURL& url,
const std::string& languages,
FormatUrlTypes format_types,
UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules,
url::Parsed* new_parsed,
size_t* prefix_end,
std::vector<size_t>* offsets_for_adjustment) {
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments adjustments;
const base::string16& format_url_return_value =
FormatUrlWithAdjustments(url, languages, format_types, unescape_rules,
new_parsed, prefix_end, &adjustments);
base::OffsetAdjuster::AdjustOffsets(adjustments, offsets_for_adjustment);
if (offsets_for_adjustment) {
return format_url_return_value;
base::string16 FormatUrlWithAdjustments(
const GURL& url,
const std::string& languages,
FormatUrlTypes format_types,
UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules,
url::Parsed* new_parsed,
size_t* prefix_end,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments) {
DCHECK(adjustments != NULL);
url::Parsed parsed_temp;
if (!new_parsed)
new_parsed = &parsed_temp;
*new_parsed = url::Parsed();
// Special handling for view-source:. Don't use content::kViewSourceScheme
// because this library shouldn't depend on chrome.
const char* const kViewSource = "view-source";
// Reject "view-source:view-source:..." to avoid deep recursion.
const char* const kViewSourceTwice = "view-source:view-source:";
if (url.SchemeIs(kViewSource) &&
!StartsWithASCII(url.possibly_invalid_spec(), kViewSourceTwice, false)) {
return FormatViewSourceUrl(url, languages, format_types,
unescape_rules, new_parsed, prefix_end,
// We handle both valid and invalid URLs (this will give us the spec
// regardless of validity).
const std::string& spec = url.possibly_invalid_spec();
const url::Parsed& parsed = url.parsed_for_possibly_invalid_spec();
// Scheme & separators. These are ASCII.
base::string16 url_string;
url_string.end(), spec.begin(),
spec.begin() + parsed.CountCharactersBefore(url::Parsed::USERNAME, true));
const char kHTTP[] = "http://";
const char kFTP[] = "ftp.";
// url_fixer::FixupURL() treats "" as This
// means that if we trim "http://" off a URL whose host starts with "ftp." and
// the user inputs this into any field subject to fixup (which is basically
// all input fields), the meaning would be changed. (In fact, often the
// formatted URL is directly pre-filled into an input field.) For this reason
// we avoid stripping "http://" in this case.
bool omit_http = (format_types & kFormatUrlOmitHTTP) &&
EqualsASCII(url_string, kHTTP) &&
!StartsWithASCII(, kFTP, true);
new_parsed->scheme = parsed.scheme;
// Username & password.
if ((format_types & kFormatUrlOmitUsernamePassword) != 0) {
// Remove the username and password fields. We don't want to display those
// to the user since they can be used for attacks,
// e.g. ""
// Update the adjustments based on removed username and/or password.
if (parsed.username.is_nonempty() || parsed.password.is_nonempty()) {
if (parsed.username.is_nonempty() && parsed.password.is_nonempty()) {
// The seeming off-by-two is to account for the ':' after the username
// and '@' after the password.
static_cast<size_t>(parsed.username.len + parsed.password.len + 2),
} else {
const url::Component* nonempty_component =
parsed.username.is_nonempty() ? &parsed.username : &parsed.password;
// The seeming off-by-one is to account for the '@' after the
// username/password.
static_cast<size_t>(nonempty_component->len + 1),
} else {
AppendFormattedComponent(spec, parsed.username,
&url_string, &new_parsed->username, adjustments);
if (parsed.password.is_valid())
AppendFormattedComponent(spec, parsed.password,
&url_string, &new_parsed->password, adjustments);
if (parsed.username.is_valid() || parsed.password.is_valid())
if (prefix_end)
*prefix_end = static_cast<size_t>(url_string.length());
// Host.
AppendFormattedComponent(spec,, HostComponentTransform(languages),
&url_string, &new_parsed->host, adjustments);
// Port.
if (parsed.port.is_nonempty()) {
new_parsed->port.begin = url_string.length();
spec.begin() + parsed.port.begin,
spec.begin() + parsed.port.end());
new_parsed->port.len = url_string.length() - new_parsed->port.begin;
} else {
// Path & query. Both get the same general unescape & convert treatment.
if (!(format_types & kFormatUrlOmitTrailingSlashOnBareHostname) ||
!CanStripTrailingSlash(url)) {
AppendFormattedComponent(spec, parsed.path,
&url_string, &new_parsed->path, adjustments);
} else {
if (parsed.path.len > 0) {
parsed.path.begin, parsed.path.len, 0));
if (parsed.query.is_valid())
AppendFormattedComponent(spec, parsed.query,
&url_string, &new_parsed->query, adjustments);
// Ref. This is valid, unescaped UTF-8, so we can just convert.
if (parsed.ref.is_valid())
AppendFormattedComponent(spec, parsed.ref,
&url_string, &new_parsed->ref, adjustments);
// If we need to strip out http do it after the fact.
if (omit_http && StartsWith(url_string, base::ASCIIToUTF16(kHTTP), true)) {
const size_t kHTTPSize = arraysize(kHTTP) - 1;
url_string = url_string.substr(kHTTPSize);
// Because offsets in the |adjustments| are already calculated with respect
// to the string with the http:// prefix in it, those offsets remain correct
// after stripping the prefix. The only thing necessary is to add an
// adjustment to reflect the stripped prefix.
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustment(0, kHTTPSize, 0));
if (prefix_end)
*prefix_end -= kHTTPSize;
// Adjust new_parsed.
int delta = -(new_parsed->scheme.len + 3); // +3 for ://.
AdjustAllComponentsButScheme(delta, new_parsed);
return url_string;
base::string16 FormatUrl(const GURL& url,
const std::string& languages,
FormatUrlTypes format_types,
UnescapeRule::Type unescape_rules,
url::Parsed* new_parsed,
size_t* prefix_end,
size_t* offset_for_adjustment) {
Offsets offsets;
if (offset_for_adjustment)
base::string16 result = FormatUrlWithOffsets(url, languages, format_types,
unescape_rules, new_parsed, prefix_end, &offsets);
if (offset_for_adjustment)
*offset_for_adjustment = offsets[0];
return result;
} // namespace net