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// Copyright 2013 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 <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/callback_forward.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "chrome/common/importer/importer_data_types.h"
#include "components/favicon_base/favicon_usage_data.h"
class GURL;
struct ImportedBookmarkEntry;
namespace base {
class FilePath;
class Time;
namespace bookmark_html_reader {
// Imports the bookmarks from the specified file.
// |cancellation_callback| is polled to query if the import should be cancelled;
// if it returns |true| at any time the import will be cancelled. If
// |cancellation_callback| is a null callback the import will run to completion.
// |valid_url_callback| is called to determine if a specified URL is valid for
// import; it returns |true| if it is. If |valid_url_callback| is a null
// callback, all URLs are considered to be valid.
// |file_path| is the path of the file on disk to import.
// |bookmarks| is a pointer to a vector, which is filled with the imported
// bookmarks. It may not be NULL.
// |search_engines| is a pointer to a vector, which is filled with the imported
// search engines.
// |favicons| is a pointer to a vector, which is filled with the favicons of
// imported bookmarks. It may be NULL, in which case favicons are not imported.
void ImportBookmarksFile(
base::RepeatingCallback<bool(void)> cancellation_callback,
base::RepeatingCallback<bool(const GURL&)> valid_url_callback,
const base::FilePath& file_path,
std::vector<ImportedBookmarkEntry>* bookmarks,
std::vector<importer::SearchEngineInfo>* search_engines,
favicon_base::FaviconUsageDataList* favicons);
// Returns true if |url| should be imported as a search engine, i.e. because it
// has replacement terms. Chrome treats such bookmarks as search engines rather
// than true bookmarks.
bool CanImportURLAsSearchEngine(const GURL& url,
std::string* search_engine_url);
namespace internal {
// The file format that BookmarkHTMLReader parses starts with a heading
// tag, which contains its title. All bookmarks and sub-folders follow,
// bracketed by a <DL> tag:
// <DT><H3 PERSONAL_TOOLBAR_FOLDER="true" ...>title</H3>
// <DL><p>
// ... container ...
// </DL><p>
// And a bookmark is presented by a <A> tag:
// <DT><A HREF="url" SHORTCUTURL="shortcut" ADD_DATE="11213014"...>name</A>
// Reference:
bool ParseCharsetFromLine(const std::string& line,
std::string* charset);
bool ParseFolderNameFromLine(const std::string& line,
const std::string& charset,
base::string16* folder_name,
bool* is_toolbar_folder,
base::Time* add_date);
// See above, this will also put the data: URL of the favicon into |*favicon|
// if there is a favicon given. |post_data| is set for POST base keywords to
// the contents of the actual POST (with %s for the search term).
bool ParseBookmarkFromLine(const std::string& line,
const std::string& charset,
base::string16* title,
GURL* url,
GURL* favicon,
base::string16* shortcut,
base::Time* add_date,
base::string16* post_data);
// Save bookmarks imported from browsers with Firefox 2 compatible bookmark
// systems such as Epiphany. This bookmark format is the same as that of the
// basic Firefox 2 bookmark, but it misses additional properties and uses
// lower-case tag:
// ...<h1>Bookmarks</h1><dl>
// <dt><a href="url">name</a></dt>
// <dt><a href="url">name</a></dt>
// </dl>
bool ParseMinimumBookmarkFromLine(const std::string& line,
const std::string& charset,
base::string16* title,
GURL* url);
} // namespace internal
} // namespace bookmark_html_reader