toolkit/components/protobuf/src/google/protobuf/io/zero_copy_stream_impl_lite.h
author Nathan Froyd <froydnj@mozilla.com>
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 15:10:03 -0400
changeset 254519 3caca87b85d7a74941ba7d93e3cd3a7611788c81
parent 246369 bfcb0fe09b1c7f563a9ee523f199cda6858ff768
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Bug 1186561 - add #include <vector> to a protobuf header to work around problems on Android; r=fitzgen Compiling Gecko with libc++ and GCC 4.9 on Android runs into a problem. The protobuf #includes and libc++ result in preprocessed code that looks something like: /* via <iterator> */ namespace std { namespace __1 { } using namespace __1 __attribute__((__strong__)); } namespace std { namespace __1 { template <class _Iter> class __wrap_iter { ... template <class _Tp, class _Alloc> friend class vector; ... }; } // namespace __1 } // namespace std /* via <vector> */ namespace std { namespace __1 { template <class _Tp, class _Alloc> class _LIBCPP_TYPE_VIS_ONLY vector : ... { ... }; } // namespace __1 } // namespace std and the problem is that GCC doesn't understand that the forward declaration of vector inside __wrap_iter is forward-declaring the actual vector class; it thinks it's declaring something else. Hacking <iterator> to include _LIBCPP_TYPE_VIS_ONLY for the forward declaration doesn't help. What does help is including <vector> earlier than <iterator>, so the __wrap_iter forward declaration picks up the correct definition of std::vector, and makes everything happy. It's possible that there are other places that could get this same treatment, but this one place was the only one I needed to modify to make things go.

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// Author: kenton@google.com (Kenton Varda)
//  Based on original Protocol Buffers design by
//  Sanjay Ghemawat, Jeff Dean, and others.
//
// This file contains common implementations of the interfaces defined in
// zero_copy_stream.h which are included in the "lite" protobuf library.
// These implementations cover I/O on raw arrays and strings, as well as
// adaptors which make it easy to implement streams based on traditional
// streams.  Of course, many users will probably want to write their own
// implementations of these interfaces specific to the particular I/O
// abstractions they prefer to use, but these should cover the most common
// cases.

#ifndef GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_IO_ZERO_COPY_STREAM_IMPL_LITE_H__
#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_IO_ZERO_COPY_STREAM_IMPL_LITE_H__

#include <vector> /* See Bug 1186561 */
#include <string>
#include <iosfwd>
#include <google/protobuf/io/zero_copy_stream.h>
#include <google/protobuf/stubs/common.h>
#include <google/protobuf/stubs/stl_util.h>


namespace google {
namespace protobuf {
namespace io {

// ===================================================================

// A ZeroCopyInputStream backed by an in-memory array of bytes.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT ArrayInputStream : public ZeroCopyInputStream {
 public:
  // Create an InputStream that returns the bytes pointed to by "data".
  // "data" remains the property of the caller but must remain valid until
  // the stream is destroyed.  If a block_size is given, calls to Next()
  // will return data blocks no larger than the given size.  Otherwise, the
  // first call to Next() returns the entire array.  block_size is mainly
  // useful for testing; in production you would probably never want to set
  // it.
  ArrayInputStream(const void* data, int size, int block_size = -1);
  ~ArrayInputStream();

  // implements ZeroCopyInputStream ----------------------------------
  bool Next(const void** data, int* size);
  void BackUp(int count);
  bool Skip(int count);
  int64 ByteCount() const;


 private:
  const uint8* const data_;  // The byte array.
  const int size_;           // Total size of the array.
  const int block_size_;     // How many bytes to return at a time.

  int position_;
  int last_returned_size_;   // How many bytes we returned last time Next()
                             // was called (used for error checking only).

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(ArrayInputStream);
};

// ===================================================================

// A ZeroCopyOutputStream backed by an in-memory array of bytes.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT ArrayOutputStream : public ZeroCopyOutputStream {
 public:
  // Create an OutputStream that writes to the bytes pointed to by "data".
  // "data" remains the property of the caller but must remain valid until
  // the stream is destroyed.  If a block_size is given, calls to Next()
  // will return data blocks no larger than the given size.  Otherwise, the
  // first call to Next() returns the entire array.  block_size is mainly
  // useful for testing; in production you would probably never want to set
  // it.
  ArrayOutputStream(void* data, int size, int block_size = -1);
  ~ArrayOutputStream();

  // implements ZeroCopyOutputStream ---------------------------------
  bool Next(void** data, int* size);
  void BackUp(int count);
  int64 ByteCount() const;

 private:
  uint8* const data_;        // The byte array.
  const int size_;           // Total size of the array.
  const int block_size_;     // How many bytes to return at a time.

  int position_;
  int last_returned_size_;   // How many bytes we returned last time Next()
                             // was called (used for error checking only).

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(ArrayOutputStream);
};

// ===================================================================

// A ZeroCopyOutputStream which appends bytes to a string.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT StringOutputStream : public ZeroCopyOutputStream {
 public:
  // Create a StringOutputStream which appends bytes to the given string.
  // The string remains property of the caller, but it MUST NOT be accessed
  // in any way until the stream is destroyed.
  //
  // Hint:  If you call target->reserve(n) before creating the stream,
  //   the first call to Next() will return at least n bytes of buffer
  //   space.
  explicit StringOutputStream(string* target);
  ~StringOutputStream();

  // implements ZeroCopyOutputStream ---------------------------------
  bool Next(void** data, int* size);
  void BackUp(int count);
  int64 ByteCount() const;

 private:
  static const int kMinimumSize = 16;

  string* target_;

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(StringOutputStream);
};

// Note:  There is no StringInputStream.  Instead, just create an
// ArrayInputStream as follows:
//   ArrayInputStream input(str.data(), str.size());

// ===================================================================

// A generic traditional input stream interface.
//
// Lots of traditional input streams (e.g. file descriptors, C stdio
// streams, and C++ iostreams) expose an interface where every read
// involves copying bytes into a buffer.  If you want to take such an
// interface and make a ZeroCopyInputStream based on it, simply implement
// CopyingInputStream and then use CopyingInputStreamAdaptor.
//
// CopyingInputStream implementations should avoid buffering if possible.
// CopyingInputStreamAdaptor does its own buffering and will read data
// in large blocks.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT CopyingInputStream {
 public:
  virtual ~CopyingInputStream();

  // Reads up to "size" bytes into the given buffer.  Returns the number of
  // bytes read.  Read() waits until at least one byte is available, or
  // returns zero if no bytes will ever become available (EOF), or -1 if a
  // permanent read error occurred.
  virtual int Read(void* buffer, int size) = 0;

  // Skips the next "count" bytes of input.  Returns the number of bytes
  // actually skipped.  This will always be exactly equal to "count" unless
  // EOF was reached or a permanent read error occurred.
  //
  // The default implementation just repeatedly calls Read() into a scratch
  // buffer.
  virtual int Skip(int count);
};

// A ZeroCopyInputStream which reads from a CopyingInputStream.  This is
// useful for implementing ZeroCopyInputStreams that read from traditional
// streams.  Note that this class is not really zero-copy.
//
// If you want to read from file descriptors or C++ istreams, this is
// already implemented for you:  use FileInputStream or IstreamInputStream
// respectively.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT CopyingInputStreamAdaptor : public ZeroCopyInputStream {
 public:
  // Creates a stream that reads from the given CopyingInputStream.
  // If a block_size is given, it specifies the number of bytes that
  // should be read and returned with each call to Next().  Otherwise,
  // a reasonable default is used.  The caller retains ownership of
  // copying_stream unless SetOwnsCopyingStream(true) is called.
  explicit CopyingInputStreamAdaptor(CopyingInputStream* copying_stream,
                                     int block_size = -1);
  ~CopyingInputStreamAdaptor();

  // Call SetOwnsCopyingStream(true) to tell the CopyingInputStreamAdaptor to
  // delete the underlying CopyingInputStream when it is destroyed.
  void SetOwnsCopyingStream(bool value) { owns_copying_stream_ = value; }

  // implements ZeroCopyInputStream ----------------------------------
  bool Next(const void** data, int* size);
  void BackUp(int count);
  bool Skip(int count);
  int64 ByteCount() const;

 private:
  // Insures that buffer_ is not NULL.
  void AllocateBufferIfNeeded();
  // Frees the buffer and resets buffer_used_.
  void FreeBuffer();

  // The underlying copying stream.
  CopyingInputStream* copying_stream_;
  bool owns_copying_stream_;

  // True if we have seen a permenant error from the underlying stream.
  bool failed_;

  // The current position of copying_stream_, relative to the point where
  // we started reading.
  int64 position_;

  // Data is read into this buffer.  It may be NULL if no buffer is currently
  // in use.  Otherwise, it points to an array of size buffer_size_.
  scoped_array<uint8> buffer_;
  const int buffer_size_;

  // Number of valid bytes currently in the buffer (i.e. the size last
  // returned by Next()).  0 <= buffer_used_ <= buffer_size_.
  int buffer_used_;

  // Number of bytes in the buffer which were backed up over by a call to
  // BackUp().  These need to be returned again.
  // 0 <= backup_bytes_ <= buffer_used_
  int backup_bytes_;

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(CopyingInputStreamAdaptor);
};

// ===================================================================

// A generic traditional output stream interface.
//
// Lots of traditional output streams (e.g. file descriptors, C stdio
// streams, and C++ iostreams) expose an interface where every write
// involves copying bytes from a buffer.  If you want to take such an
// interface and make a ZeroCopyOutputStream based on it, simply implement
// CopyingOutputStream and then use CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor.
//
// CopyingOutputStream implementations should avoid buffering if possible.
// CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor does its own buffering and will write data
// in large blocks.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT CopyingOutputStream {
 public:
  virtual ~CopyingOutputStream();

  // Writes "size" bytes from the given buffer to the output.  Returns true
  // if successful, false on a write error.
  virtual bool Write(const void* buffer, int size) = 0;
};

// A ZeroCopyOutputStream which writes to a CopyingOutputStream.  This is
// useful for implementing ZeroCopyOutputStreams that write to traditional
// streams.  Note that this class is not really zero-copy.
//
// If you want to write to file descriptors or C++ ostreams, this is
// already implemented for you:  use FileOutputStream or OstreamOutputStream
// respectively.
class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor : public ZeroCopyOutputStream {
 public:
  // Creates a stream that writes to the given Unix file descriptor.
  // If a block_size is given, it specifies the size of the buffers
  // that should be returned by Next().  Otherwise, a reasonable default
  // is used.
  explicit CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor(CopyingOutputStream* copying_stream,
                                      int block_size = -1);
  ~CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor();

  // Writes all pending data to the underlying stream.  Returns false if a
  // write error occurred on the underlying stream.  (The underlying
  // stream itself is not necessarily flushed.)
  bool Flush();

  // Call SetOwnsCopyingStream(true) to tell the CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor to
  // delete the underlying CopyingOutputStream when it is destroyed.
  void SetOwnsCopyingStream(bool value) { owns_copying_stream_ = value; }

  // implements ZeroCopyOutputStream ---------------------------------
  bool Next(void** data, int* size);
  void BackUp(int count);
  int64 ByteCount() const;

 private:
  // Write the current buffer, if it is present.
  bool WriteBuffer();
  // Insures that buffer_ is not NULL.
  void AllocateBufferIfNeeded();
  // Frees the buffer.
  void FreeBuffer();

  // The underlying copying stream.
  CopyingOutputStream* copying_stream_;
  bool owns_copying_stream_;

  // True if we have seen a permenant error from the underlying stream.
  bool failed_;

  // The current position of copying_stream_, relative to the point where
  // we started writing.
  int64 position_;

  // Data is written from this buffer.  It may be NULL if no buffer is
  // currently in use.  Otherwise, it points to an array of size buffer_size_.
  scoped_array<uint8> buffer_;
  const int buffer_size_;

  // Number of valid bytes currently in the buffer (i.e. the size last
  // returned by Next()).  When BackUp() is called, we just reduce this.
  // 0 <= buffer_used_ <= buffer_size_.
  int buffer_used_;

  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(CopyingOutputStreamAdaptor);
};

// ===================================================================

// Return a pointer to mutable characters underlying the given string.  The
// return value is valid until the next time the string is resized.  We
// trust the caller to treat the return value as an array of length s->size().
inline char* mutable_string_data(string* s) {
#ifdef LANG_CXX11
  // This should be simpler & faster than string_as_array() because the latter
  // is guaranteed to return NULL when *s is empty, so it has to check for that.
  return &(*s)[0];
#else
  return string_as_array(s);
#endif
}

}  // namespace io
}  // namespace protobuf

}  // namespace google
#endif  // GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_IO_ZERO_COPY_STREAM_IMPL_LITE_H__