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// Copyright 2018 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 <fstream>
#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include "base/files/file_path.h"
// Represents one DevTools entry (command or response) in the log.
// These appear in the log in the following format:
// [<timestamp>][DEBUG]: DevTools <protocol_type> <event_type> <command_name>
// (id=<id>) <payload>
// where:
// <protocol_type> is either HTTP or WebSocket
// <event_type> is either "Command:" (for WebSocket only), "Request:" (for HTTP
// only), "Response:", or "Event:"
// <command_name> is the command for WebSocket (like "DOM.getDocument") or a url
// for HTTP (like "http://localhost:38845/json")
// <id> is a sequential number to identify WebSocket commands with their
// responses
// <socket_id> identifies the WebSocket instance this entry came from, if any.
// <payload> is either the parameters in case of a WebSocket command, or the
// response in case of any response. It is always a JSON, and always spans
// multiple lines.
class LogEntry {
// Build this LogEntry using the header line of an entry in the log. This
// doesn't initialize the payload member. The payload must be parsed from
// lines after the header.
explicit LogEntry(std::istringstream& header_stream);
enum EventType {
kRequest, // Command or Request depending on HTTP or WebSocket client
enum Protocol { kHTTP, kWebSocket };
EventType event_type;
Protocol protocol_type;
std::string command_name;
std::string payload;
int id;
std::string socket_id;
bool error;
// Reads a log file for DevTools entries.
class DevToolsLogReader {
// Initialize the log reader using a path to a log file to read from.
explicit DevToolsLogReader(const base::FilePath& log_path);
// Get the next DevTools entry in the log of the specified protocol type.
// This returns commands, responses, and events separately. If there are
// no remaining entries of the specified type, or if there is some other
// problem encountered like a truncated JSON, nullptr is returned.
std::unique_ptr<LogEntry> GetNext(LogEntry::Protocol protocol_type);
// Undo the previous GetNext call.
// "Gives back" the unique_ptr to the LogEntry object to the log reader,
// to be returned the next time GetNext is called.
void UndoGetNext(std::unique_ptr<LogEntry> next);
std::unique_ptr<LogEntry> peeked;
std::ifstream log_file;
// Starting with |header_line|, parse a JSON string out of the log file.
// will parse either list or dictionary-type JSON strings, depending on the
// starting character.
std::string GetJSONString(std::istringstream& header_line);
// Return whether |line| is a header of a DevTools entry.
// This only parses out the first two words of the line, meaning that the
// stream can be re-used to parse the specifics of the entry after calling
// this.
bool IsHeader(std::istringstream& line) const;
// Count (number of opening_char) - (number of closing_char) in |line|.
// Used to check for the end of JSON parameters. Ignores characters inside of
// non-escaped quotes.
int CountChar(const std::string& line,
char opening_char,
char closing_char) const;