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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 <memory>
#include <string>
#include "base/callback.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "components/sync/protocol/sync.pb.h"
namespace base {
class DictionaryValue;
namespace syncer {
// A class that holds information regarding the properties of a device.
class DeviceInfo {
DeviceInfo(const std::string& guid,
const std::string& client_name,
const std::string& chrome_version,
const std::string& sync_user_agent,
const sync_pb::SyncEnums::DeviceType device_type,
const std::string& signin_scoped_device_id);
// Sync specific unique identifier for the device. Note if a device
// is wiped and sync is set up again this id WILL be different.
// The same device might have more than 1 guid if the device has multiple
// accounts syncing.
const std::string& guid() const;
// The host name for the client.
const std::string& client_name() const;
// Chrome version string.
const std::string& chrome_version() const;
// The user agent is the combination of OS type, chrome version and which
// channel of chrome(stable or beta). For more information see
// |LocalDeviceInfoProviderImpl::MakeUserAgentForSyncApi|.
const std::string& sync_user_agent() const;
// Third party visible id for the device. See |public_id_| for more details.
const std::string& public_id() const;
// Device Type.
sync_pb::SyncEnums::DeviceType device_type() const;
// Device_id that is stable until user signs out. This device_id is used for
// annotating login scoped refresh token.
const std::string& signin_scoped_device_id() const;
// Gets the OS in string form.
std::string GetOSString() const;
// Gets the device type in string form.
std::string GetDeviceTypeString() const;
// Compares this object's fields with another's.
bool Equals(const DeviceInfo& other) const;
// Apps can set ids for a device that is meaningful to them but
// not unique enough so the user can be tracked. Exposing |guid|
// would lead to a stable unique id for a device which can potentially
// be used for tracking.
void set_public_id(const std::string& id);
// Converts the |DeviceInfo| values to a JS friendly DictionaryValue,
// which extension APIs can expose to third party apps.
std::unique_ptr<base::DictionaryValue> ToValue();
const std::string guid_;
const std::string client_name_;
const std::string chrome_version_;
const std::string sync_user_agent_;
const sync_pb::SyncEnums::DeviceType device_type_;
std::string signin_scoped_device_id_;
// Exposing |guid| would lead to a stable unique id for a device which
// can potentially be used for tracking. Public ids are privacy safe
// ids in that the same device will have different id for different apps
// and they are also reset when app/extension is uninstalled.
std::string public_id_;
} // namespace syncer