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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 "android_webview/native/input_stream_impl.h"
#include "base/android/jni_android.h"
// Disable "Warnings treated as errors" for input_stream_jni as it's a Java
// system class and we have to generate C++ hooks for all methods in the class
// even if they're unused.
#pragma GCC diagnostic push
#pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Wunused-function"
#include "jni/InputStreamUtil_jni.h"
#pragma GCC diagnostic pop
#include "net/base/io_buffer.h"
using base::android::AttachCurrentThread;
using base::android::ClearException;
using base::android::JavaRef;
namespace android_webview {
namespace {
// This should be the same as InputStramUtil.EXCEPTION_THROWN_STATUS.
const int kExceptionThrownStatusCode = -2;
bool RegisterInputStream(JNIEnv* env) {
return RegisterNativesImpl(env);
// Maximum number of bytes to be read in a single read.
const int InputStreamImpl::kBufferSize = 4096;
const InputStreamImpl* InputStreamImpl::FromInputStream(
const InputStream* input_stream) {
return static_cast<const InputStreamImpl*>(input_stream);
// TODO: Use unsafe version for all Java_InputStream methods in this file
// once BUG 157880 is fixed and implement graceful exception handling.
InputStreamImpl::InputStreamImpl() {
InputStreamImpl::InputStreamImpl(const JavaRef<jobject>& stream)
: jobject_(stream) {
InputStreamImpl::~InputStreamImpl() {
JNIEnv* env = AttachCurrentThread();
Java_InputStreamUtil_close(env, jobject_.obj());
bool InputStreamImpl::BytesAvailable(int* bytes_available) const {
JNIEnv* env = AttachCurrentThread();
int bytes = Java_InputStreamUtil_available(env, jobject_.obj());
if (bytes == kExceptionThrownStatusCode)
return false;
*bytes_available = bytes;
return true;
bool InputStreamImpl::Skip(int64_t n, int64_t* bytes_skipped) {
JNIEnv* env = AttachCurrentThread();
int bytes = Java_InputStreamUtil_skip(env, jobject_.obj(), n);
if (bytes < 0)
return false;
if (bytes > n)
return false;
*bytes_skipped = bytes;
return true;
bool InputStreamImpl::Read(net::IOBuffer* dest, int length, int* bytes_read) {
JNIEnv* env = AttachCurrentThread();
if (!buffer_.obj()) {
// Allocate transfer buffer.
base::android::ScopedJavaLocalRef<jbyteArray> temp(
env, env->NewByteArray(kBufferSize));
if (ClearException(env))
return false;
int remaining_length = length;
char* dest_write_ptr = dest->data();
jbyteArray buffer = buffer_.obj();
*bytes_read = 0;
while (remaining_length > 0) {
const int max_transfer_length = std::min(remaining_length, kBufferSize);
const int transfer_length = Java_InputStreamUtil_read(
env, jobject_.obj(), buffer, 0, max_transfer_length);
if (transfer_length == kExceptionThrownStatusCode)
return false;
if (transfer_length < 0) // EOF
// Note: it is possible, yet unlikely, that the Java InputStream returns
// a transfer_length == 0 from time to time. In such cases we just continue
// the read until we get either valid data or reach EOF.
if (transfer_length == 0)
DCHECK_GE(max_transfer_length, transfer_length);
DCHECK_GE(env->GetArrayLength(buffer), transfer_length);
// This check is to prevent a malicious InputStream implementation from
// overrunning the |dest| buffer.
if (transfer_length > max_transfer_length)
return false;
// Copy the data over to the provided C++ IOBuffer.
DCHECK_GE(remaining_length, transfer_length);
env->GetByteArrayRegion(buffer, 0, transfer_length,
if (ClearException(env))
return false;
remaining_length -= transfer_length;
dest_write_ptr += transfer_length;
// bytes_read can be strictly less than the req. length if EOF is encountered.
DCHECK_GE(remaining_length, 0);
DCHECK_LE(remaining_length, length);
*bytes_read = length - remaining_length;
return true;
} // namespace android_webview