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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 <vector>
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/memory/scoped_ptr.h"
#include "base/synchronization/lock.h"
#include "base/threading/non_thread_safe.h"
#include "ipc/ipc_channel.h"
#include "ipc/ipc_channel_handle.h"
#include "ipc/ipc_listener.h"
#include "ipc/ipc_sender.h"
namespace base {
class SingleThreadTaskRunner;
namespace IPC {
class ChannelFactory;
class MessageFilter;
class MessageFilterRouter;
class SendCallbackHelper;
// IPC::ChannelProxy
// This class is a helper class that is useful when you wish to run an IPC
// channel on a background thread. It provides you with the option of either
// handling IPC messages on that background thread or having them dispatched to
// your main thread (the thread on which the IPC::ChannelProxy is created).
// The API for an IPC::ChannelProxy is very similar to that of an IPC::Channel.
// When you send a message to an IPC::ChannelProxy, the message is routed to
// the background thread, where it is then passed to the IPC::Channel's Send
// method. This means that you can send a message from your thread and your
// message will be sent over the IPC channel when possible instead of being
// delayed until your thread returns to its message loop. (Often IPC messages
// will queue up on the IPC::Channel when there is a lot of traffic, and the
// channel will not get cycles to flush its message queue until the thread, on
// which it is running, returns to its message loop.)
// An IPC::ChannelProxy can have a MessageFilter associated with it, which will
// be notified of incoming messages on the IPC::Channel's thread. This gives
// the consumer of IPC::ChannelProxy the ability to respond to incoming
// messages on this background thread instead of on their own thread, which may
// be bogged down with other processing. The result can be greatly improved
// latency for messages that can be handled on a background thread.
// The consumer of IPC::ChannelProxy is responsible for allocating the Thread
// instance where the IPC::Channel will be created and operated.
class IPC_EXPORT ChannelProxy : public Sender, public base::NonThreadSafe {
// Initializes a channel proxy. The channel_handle and mode parameters are
// passed directly to the underlying IPC::Channel. The listener is called on
// the thread that creates the ChannelProxy. The filter's OnMessageReceived
// method is called on the thread where the IPC::Channel is running. The
// filter may be null if the consumer is not interested in handling messages
// on the background thread. Any message not handled by the filter will be
// dispatched to the listener. The given task runner correspond to a thread
// on which IPC::Channel is created and used (e.g. IO thread).
static scoped_ptr<ChannelProxy> Create(
const IPC::ChannelHandle& channel_handle,
Channel::Mode mode,
Listener* listener,
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& ipc_task_runner);
static scoped_ptr<ChannelProxy> Create(
scoped_ptr<ChannelFactory> factory,
Listener* listener,
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& ipc_task_runner);
~ChannelProxy() override;
// Initializes the channel proxy. Only call this once to initialize a channel
// proxy that was not initialized in its constructor. If create_pipe_now is
// true, the pipe is created synchronously. Otherwise it's created on the IO
// thread.
void Init(const IPC::ChannelHandle& channel_handle, Channel::Mode mode,
bool create_pipe_now);
void Init(scoped_ptr<ChannelFactory> factory, bool create_pipe_now);
// Close the IPC::Channel. This operation completes asynchronously, once the
// background thread processes the command to close the channel. It is ok to
// call this method multiple times. Redundant calls are ignored.
// WARNING: MessageFilter objects held by the ChannelProxy is also
// released asynchronously, and it may in fact have its final reference
// released on the background thread. The caller should be careful to deal
// with / allow for this possibility.
void Close();
// Send a message asynchronously. The message is routed to the background
// thread where it is passed to the IPC::Channel's Send method.
bool Send(Message* message) override;
// Used to intercept messages as they are received on the background thread.
// Ordinarily, messages sent to the ChannelProxy are routed to the matching
// listener on the worker thread. This API allows code to intercept messages
// before they are sent to the worker thread.
// If you call this before the target process is launched, then you're
// guaranteed to not miss any messages. But if you call this anytime after,
// then some messages might be missed since the filter is added internally on
// the IO thread.
void AddFilter(MessageFilter* filter);
void RemoveFilter(MessageFilter* filter);
// Set the task runner on which dispatched messages are posted. Both the new
// task runner and the existing task runner must run on the same thread, and
// must belong to the calling thread.
void SetListenerTaskRunner(
scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner> listener_task_runner);
// Called to clear the pointer to the IPC task runner when it's going away.
void ClearIPCTaskRunner();
// Get the process ID for the connected peer.
// Returns base::kNullProcessId if the peer is not connected yet.
base::ProcessId GetPeerPID() const { return context_->peer_pid_; }
#if defined(OS_POSIX) && !defined(OS_NACL_SFI)
// Calls through to the underlying channel's methods.
int GetClientFileDescriptor();
base::ScopedFD TakeClientFileDescriptor();
class Context;
// A subclass uses this constructor if it needs to add more information
// to the internal state.
ChannelProxy(Context* context);
Listener* listener,
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& ipc_task_runner);
// Used internally to hold state that is referenced on the IPC thread.
class Context : public base::RefCountedThreadSafe<Context>,
public Listener {
Context(Listener* listener,
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& ipc_thread);
void ClearIPCTaskRunner();
void SetListenerTaskRunner(
scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner> listener_task_runner);
base::SingleThreadTaskRunner* ipc_task_runner() const {
return ipc_task_runner_.get();
const std::string& channel_id() const { return channel_id_; }
// Dispatches a message on the listener thread.
void OnDispatchMessage(const Message& message);
friend class base::RefCountedThreadSafe<Context>;
~Context() override;
// IPC::Listener methods:
bool OnMessageReceived(const Message& message) override;
void OnChannelConnected(int32 peer_pid) override;
void OnChannelError() override;
// Like OnMessageReceived but doesn't try the filters.
bool OnMessageReceivedNoFilter(const Message& message);
// Gives the filters a chance at processing |message|.
// Returns true if the message was processed, false otherwise.
bool TryFilters(const Message& message);
// Like Open and Close, but called on the IPC thread.
virtual void OnChannelOpened();
virtual void OnChannelClosed();
// Called on the consumers thread when the ChannelProxy is closed. At that
// point the consumer is telling us that they don't want to receive any
// more messages, so we honor that wish by forgetting them!
virtual void Clear();
friend class ChannelProxy;
friend class IpcSecurityTestUtil;
// Create the Channel
void CreateChannel(scoped_ptr<ChannelFactory> factory);
// Methods called on the IO thread.
void OnSendMessage(scoped_ptr<Message> message_ptr);
void OnAddFilter();
void OnRemoveFilter(MessageFilter* filter);
// Methods called on the listener thread.
void AddFilter(MessageFilter* filter);
void OnDispatchConnected();
void OnDispatchError();
void OnDispatchBadMessage(const Message& message);
scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner> listener_task_runner_;
Listener* listener_;
// List of filters. This is only accessed on the IPC thread.
std::vector<scoped_refptr<MessageFilter> > filters_;
scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner> ipc_task_runner_;
// Note, channel_ may be set on the Listener thread or the IPC thread.
// But once it has been set, it must only be read or cleared on the IPC
// thread.
scoped_ptr<Channel> channel_;
std::string channel_id_;
bool channel_connected_called_;
// Routes a given message to a proper subset of |filters_|, depending
// on which message classes a filter might support.
scoped_ptr<MessageFilterRouter> message_filter_router_;
// Holds filters between the AddFilter call on the listerner thread and the
// IPC thread when they're added to filters_.
std::vector<scoped_refptr<MessageFilter> > pending_filters_;
// Lock for pending_filters_.
base::Lock pending_filters_lock_;
// Cached copy of the peer process ID. Set on IPC but read on both IPC and
// listener threads.
base::ProcessId peer_pid_;
Context* context() { return context_.get(); }
friend class IpcSecurityTestUtil;
// By maintaining this indirection (ref-counted) to our internal state, we
// can safely be destroyed while the background thread continues to do stuff
// that involves this data.
scoped_refptr<Context> context_;
// Whether the channel has been initialized.
bool did_init_;
} // namespace IPC