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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 <map>
#include <set>
#include <string>
#include "base/memory/scoped_ptr.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "base/values.h"
namespace extensions {
struct InstallWarning;
// Wraps the DictionaryValue form of extension's manifest. Enforces access to
// properties of the manifest using ManifestFeatureProvider.
class Manifest {
// What an extension was loaded from.
// NOTE: These values are stored as integers in the preferences and used
// in histograms so don't remove or reorder existing items. Just append
// to the end.
enum Location {
INTERNAL, // A crx file from the internal Extensions directory.
EXTERNAL_PREF, // A crx file from an external directory (via prefs).
EXTERNAL_REGISTRY, // A crx file from an external directory (via eg the
// registry on Windows).
UNPACKED, // From loading an unpacked extension from the
// extensions settings page.
COMPONENT, // An integral component of Chrome itself, which
// happens to be implemented as an extension. We don't
// show these in the management UI.
EXTERNAL_PREF_DOWNLOAD, // A crx file from an external directory (via
// prefs), installed from an update URL.
EXTERNAL_POLICY_DOWNLOAD, // A crx file from an external directory (via
// admin policies), installed from an update URL.
COMMAND_LINE, // --load-extension.
// Do not change the order of entries or remove entries in this list
// as this is used in UMA_HISTOGRAM_ENUMERATIONs about extensions.
enum Type {
// This is marked legacy because platform apps are preferred. For
// backwards compatibility, we can't remove support for packaged apps
// Given two install sources, return the one which should take priority
// over the other. If an extension is installed from two sources A and B,
// its install source should be set to GetHigherPriorityLocation(A, B).
static Location GetHigherPriorityLocation(Location loc1, Location loc2);
// Whether the |location| is external or not.
static inline bool IsExternalLocation(Location location) {
return location == EXTERNAL_PREF ||
location == EXTERNAL_REGISTRY ||
// Whether the |location| is unpacked (no CRX) or not.
static inline bool IsUnpackedLocation(Location location) {
return location == UNPACKED || location == COMMAND_LINE;
// Whether extensions with |location| are auto-updatable or not.
static inline bool IsAutoUpdateableLocation(Location location) {
// Only internal and external extensions can be autoupdated.
return location == INTERNAL ||
// Unpacked extensions start off with file access since they are a developer
// feature.
static inline bool ShouldAlwaysAllowFileAccess(Location location) {
return IsUnpackedLocation(location);
Manifest(Location location, scoped_ptr<base::DictionaryValue> value);
virtual ~Manifest();
const std::string& extension_id() const { return extension_id_; }
void set_extension_id(const std::string& id) { extension_id_ = id; }
Location location() const { return location_; }
// Returns false and |error| will be non-empty if the manifest is malformed.
// |warnings| will be populated if there are keys in the manifest that cannot
// be specified by the extension type.
bool ValidateManifest(std::string* error,
std::vector<InstallWarning>* warnings) const;
// The version of this extension's manifest. We increase the manifest
// version when making breaking changes to the extension system. If the
// manifest contains no explicit manifest version, this returns the current
// system default.
int GetManifestVersion() const;
// Returns the manifest type.
Type type() const { return type_; }
bool is_theme() const { return type_ == TYPE_THEME; }
bool is_app() const {
return is_legacy_packaged_app() || is_hosted_app() || is_platform_app();
bool is_platform_app() const { return type_ == TYPE_PLATFORM_APP; }
bool is_hosted_app() const { return type_ == TYPE_HOSTED_APP; }
bool is_legacy_packaged_app() const {
bool is_extension() const { return type_ == TYPE_EXTENSION; }
bool is_shared_module() const { return type_ == TYPE_SHARED_MODULE; }
// These access the wrapped manifest value, returning false when the property
// does not exist or if the manifest type can't access it.
bool HasKey(const std::string& key) const;
bool HasPath(const std::string& path) const;
bool Get(const std::string& path, const base::Value** out_value) const;
bool GetBoolean(const std::string& path, bool* out_value) const;
bool GetInteger(const std::string& path, int* out_value) const;
bool GetString(const std::string& path, std::string* out_value) const;
bool GetString(const std::string& path, string16* out_value) const;
bool GetDictionary(const std::string& path,
const base::DictionaryValue** out_value) const;
bool GetList(const std::string& path,
const base::ListValue** out_value) const;
// Returns a new Manifest equal to this one, passing ownership to
// the caller.
Manifest* DeepCopy() const;
// Returns true if this equals the |other| manifest.
bool Equals(const Manifest* other) const;
// Gets the underlying DictionaryValue representing the manifest.
// Note: only use this when you KNOW you don't need the validation.
const base::DictionaryValue* value() const { return value_.get(); }
// Returns true if the extension can specify the given |path|.
bool CanAccessPath(const std::string& path) const;
bool CanAccessKey(const std::string& key) const;
// A persistent, globally unique ID. An extension's ID is used in things
// like directory structures and URLs, and is expected to not change across
// versions. It is generated as a SHA-256 hash of the extension's public
// key, or as a hash of the path in the case of unpacked extensions.
std::string extension_id_;
// The location the extension was loaded from.
Location location_;
// The underlying dictionary representation of the manifest.
scoped_ptr<base::DictionaryValue> value_;
Type type_;
} // namespace extensions