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// Copyright 2014 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 <stddef.h>
#include <sys/types.h> // For |ssize_t|.
#include <deque>
#include <memory>
#include "mojo/edk/embedder/platform_handle.h"
#include "mojo/edk/system/system_impl_export.h"
struct iovec; // Declared in <sys/uio.h>.
namespace mojo {
namespace edk {
class ScopedPlatformHandle;
// The maximum number of handles that can be sent "at once" using
// |PlatformChannelSendmsgWithHandles()|. This must be less than the Linux
// kernel's SCM_MAX_FD which is 253.
const size_t kPlatformChannelMaxNumHandles = 128;
// Use these to write to a socket created using |PlatformChannelPair| (or
// equivalent). These are like |write()| and |writev()|, but handle |EINTR| and
// never raise |SIGPIPE|. (Note: On Mac, the suppression of |SIGPIPE| is set up
// by |PlatformChannelPair|.)
PlatformChannelWrite(PlatformHandle h, const void* bytes, size_t num_bytes);
PlatformChannelWritev(PlatformHandle h, struct iovec* iov, size_t num_iov);
// Writes data, and the given set of |PlatformHandle|s (i.e., file descriptors)
// over the Unix domain socket given by |h| (e.g., created using
// |PlatformChannelPair()|). All the handles must be valid, and there must be at
// least one and at most |kPlatformChannelMaxNumHandles| handles. The return
// value is as for |sendmsg()|, namely -1 on failure and otherwise the number of
// bytes of data sent on success (note that this may not be all the data
// specified by |iov|). (The handles are not closed, regardless of success or
// failure.)
PlatformChannelSendmsgWithHandles(PlatformHandle h,
struct iovec* iov,
size_t num_iov,
PlatformHandle* platform_handles,
size_t num_platform_handles);
// TODO(vtl): Remove this once I've switched things over to
// |PlatformChannelSendmsgWithHandles()|.
// Sends |PlatformHandle|s (i.e., file descriptors) over the Unix domain socket
// (e.g., created using PlatformChannelPair|). (These will be sent in a single
// message having one null byte of data and one control message header with all
// the file descriptors.) All of the handles must be valid, and there must be at
// most |kPlatformChannelMaxNumHandles| (and at least one handle). Returns true
// on success, in which case it closes all the handles.
MOJO_SYSTEM_IMPL_EXPORT bool PlatformChannelSendHandles(PlatformHandle h,
PlatformHandle* handles,
size_t num_handles);
// Wrapper around |recvmsg()|, which will extract any attached file descriptors
// (in the control message) to |PlatformHandle|s (and append them to
// |platform_handles|). (This also handles |EINTR|.)
PlatformChannelRecvmsg(PlatformHandle h,
void* buf,
size_t num_bytes,
std::deque<PlatformHandle>* platform_handles,
bool block = false);
// Returns false if |server_handle| encounters an unrecoverable error.
// Returns true if it's valid to keep listening on |server_handle|. In this
// case, it's possible that a connection wasn't successfully established; then,
// |connection_handle| will be invalid. If |check_peer_user| is True, the
// connection will be rejected if the peer is running as a different user.
MOJO_SYSTEM_IMPL_EXPORT bool ServerAcceptConnection(
PlatformHandle server_handle,
ScopedPlatformHandle* connection_handle,
bool check_peer_user = true);
} // namespace edk
} // namespace mojo