author Jason Orendorff <jorendorff@mozilla.com>
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 13:25:30 -0500
changeset 432437 ed3c662bb21d
parent 422431 cdf66457cb24
child 444447 ffb244265196
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1469019 - Object.fromEntries. r=evilpie, r=peterv

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<window title="Mozilla Bug 933681"
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  <body xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
  <a href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=933681"
     target="_blank">Mozilla Bug 933681</a>

  <!-- test code goes here -->
  <script type="application/javascript">

  /** Test for ES constructors on Xrayed globals. **/
  let global = Cu.getGlobalForObject.bind(Cu);

  function checkThrows(f, rgxp, msg) {
    try {
      ok(false, "Should have thrown: " + msg);
    } catch (e) {
      ok(true, "Threw as expected: " + msg);
      ok(rgxp.test(e), "Message correct: " + e);

  typedArrayClasses = ['Uint8Array', 'Int8Array', 'Uint16Array', 'Int16Array',
                       'Uint32Array', 'Int32Array', 'Float32Array', 'Float64Array',
  errorObjectClasses = ['Error', 'InternalError', 'EvalError', 'RangeError', 'ReferenceError',
                        'SyntaxError', 'TypeError', 'URIError'];

  // A simpleConstructors entry can either be the name of a constructor as a
  // string, or an object containing the properties `name`, and `args`.
  // In the former case, the constructor is invoked without any args; in the
  // latter case, it is invoked with `args` as the arguments list.
  simpleConstructors = ['Object', 'Function', 'Array', 'Boolean', 'Date', 'Number',
                        'String', 'RegExp', 'ArrayBuffer', 'WeakMap', 'Map', 'Set',
                        {name: 'Promise', args: [function(){}]}].concat(typedArrayClasses)

  function go() {
    window.iwin = document.getElementById('ifr').contentWindow;

    // Test constructors that can be instantiated with zero arguments, or with
    // a fixed set of arguments provided using `...rest`.
    for (var c of simpleConstructors) {
      var args = [];
      if (typeof c === 'object') {
        args = c.args;
        c = c.name;
      ok(iwin[c], "Constructors appear: " + c);
      is(iwin[c], Cu.unwaiveXrays(iwin.wrappedJSObject[c]),
         "we end up with the appropriate constructor: " + c);
      is(Cu.unwaiveXrays(Cu.waiveXrays(new iwin[c](...args)).constructor), iwin[c],
         "constructor property is set up right: " + c);
      let expectedProto = /Opaque/.test(new iwin[c](...args)) ? iwin['Object'].prototype
                                                     : iwin[c].prototype;
      is(Object.getPrototypeOf(new iwin[c](...args)), expectedProto,
         "prototype is correct: " + c);
      is(global(new iwin[c](...args)), iwin, "Got the right global: " + c);

    // Test Object in more detail.
    var num = new iwin.Object(4);
    is(Cu.waiveXrays(num).valueOf(), 4, "primitive object construction works");
    is(global(num), iwin, "correct global for num");
    var obj = new iwin.Object();
    obj.foo = 2;
    var withProto = Cu.unwaiveXrays(Cu.waiveXrays(iwin).Object.create(obj));
    is(global(withProto), iwin, "correct global for withProto");
    is(Cu.waiveXrays(withProto).foo, 2, "Inherits properly");

    // Test Function.
    var primitiveFun = new iwin.Function('return 2');
    is(global(primitiveFun), iwin, "function construction works");
    is(primitiveFun(), 2, "basic function works");
    var doSetFoo = new iwin.Function('arg', 'arg.foo = 2;');
    is(global(doSetFoo), iwin, "function with args works");
    try {
      doSetFoo(new Object());
      ok(false, "should have thrown while setting property on object");
    } catch (e) {
      ok(!!/denied/.test(e), "Threw correctly: " + e);
    var factoryFun = new iwin.Function('return {foo: 32}');
    is(global(factoryFun), iwin, "proper global for factoryFun");
    is(factoryFun().foo, 32, "factoryFun invokable");
    is(global(factoryFun()), iwin, "minted objects live in the content scope");
    testXray('Function', factoryFun, new iwin.Function(), ['length', 'name']);
    var echoThis = new iwin.Function('return this;');
    echoThis.wrappedJSObject.bind = 42;
    var boundEchoThis = echoThis.bind(document);
    is(boundEchoThis(), document, "bind() works correctly over Xrays");
    is(global(boundEchoThis), window, "bound functions live in the caller's scope");
    ok(/return this/.test(echoThis.toSource()), 'toSource works: ' + echoThis.toSource());
    ok(/return this/.test(echoThis.toString()), 'toString works: ' + echoThis.toString());
    is(iwin.Function.prototype, Object.getPrototypeOf(echoThis), "Function.prototype works for standard classes");
    is(echoThis.prototype, undefined, "Function.prototype not visible for non standard constructors");
    iwin.eval('var foopyFunction = function namedFoopyFunction(a, b, c) {}');
    var foopyFunction = Cu.unwaiveXrays(Cu.waiveXrays(iwin).foopyFunction);
    ok(Cu.isXrayWrapper(foopyFunction), "Should be Xrays");
    is(foopyFunction.name, "namedFoopyFunction", ".name works over Xrays");
    is(foopyFunction.length, 3, ".length works over Xrays");
    ok(Object.getOwnPropertyNames(foopyFunction).includes('length'), "Should list length");
    ok(Object.getOwnPropertyNames(foopyFunction).includes('name'), "Should list name");
    ok(!Object.getOwnPropertyNames(foopyFunction).includes('prototype'), "Should not list prototype");
    ok(Object.getOwnPropertyNames(iwin.Array).includes('prototype'), "Should list prototype for standard constructor");

    // Test proxies.
    var targetObject = new iwin.Object();
    targetObject.foo = 9;
    var forwardingProxy = new iwin.Proxy(targetObject, new iwin.Object());
    is(global(forwardingProxy), iwin, "proxy global correct");
    is(Cu.waiveXrays(forwardingProxy).foo, 9, "forwards correctly");

    // Test eval.
    var toEval = "({a: 2, b: {foo: 'bar'}, f: function() { return window; }})";
    is(global(iwin.eval(toEval)), iwin, "eval creates objects in the correct global");
    is(iwin.eval(toEval).b.foo, 'bar', "eval-ed object looks right");
    is(Cu.waiveXrays(iwin.eval(toEval)).f(), Cu.waiveXrays(iwin), "evaled function works right");












    // We could also test DataView and Iterator here for completeness, but it's
    // more trouble than it's worth.


  // Maintain a static list of the properties that are available on each standard
  // prototype, so that we make sure to audit any new ones to make sure they're
  // Xray-safe.
  var version = Cc["@mozilla.org/xre/app-info;1"].getService(Ci.nsIXULAppInfo).version;
  var isNightlyBuild = version.endsWith("a1");
  var isReleaseOrBeta = !version.includes("a");
  var gPrototypeProperties = {};
  var gConstructorProperties = {};
  function constructorProps(arr) {
    // Some props live on all constructors
    return arr.concat(["prototype", "length", "name"]);
  gPrototypeProperties['Date'] =
    ["getTime", "getTimezoneOffset", "getYear", "getFullYear", "getUTCFullYear",
    "getMonth", "getUTCMonth", "getDate", "getUTCDate", "getDay", "getUTCDay",
    "getHours", "getUTCHours", "getMinutes", "getUTCMinutes", "getSeconds",
    "getUTCSeconds", "getMilliseconds", "getUTCMilliseconds", "setTime",
    "setYear", "setFullYear", "setUTCFullYear", "setMonth", "setUTCMonth",
    "setDate", "setUTCDate", "setHours", "setUTCHours", "setMinutes",
    "setUTCMinutes", "setSeconds", "setUTCSeconds", "setMilliseconds",
    "setUTCMilliseconds", "toUTCString", "toLocaleString",
    "toLocaleDateString", "toLocaleTimeString", "toDateString", "toTimeString",
    "toISOString", "toJSON", "toSource", "toString", "valueOf", "constructor",
    "toGMTString", Symbol.toPrimitive];
  gConstructorProperties['Date'] = constructorProps(["UTC", "parse", "now"]);
  gPrototypeProperties['Object'] =
    ["constructor", "toSource", "toString", "toLocaleString", "valueOf",
     "hasOwnProperty", "isPrototypeOf", "propertyIsEnumerable",
     "__defineGetter__", "__defineSetter__", "__lookupGetter__", "__lookupSetter__",
  gConstructorProperties['Object'] =
    constructorProps(["setPrototypeOf", "getOwnPropertyDescriptor", "getOwnPropertyDescriptors",
                      "keys", "is", "defineProperty", "defineProperties", "create",
                      "getOwnPropertyNames", "getOwnPropertySymbols",
                      "preventExtensions", "freeze", "fromEntries", "isFrozen", "seal",
                      "isSealed", "assign", "getPrototypeOf", "values",
                      "entries", "isExtensible"]);
  gPrototypeProperties['Array'] =
    ["length", "toSource", "toString", "toLocaleString", "join", "reverse", "sort", "push",
      "pop", "shift", "unshift", "splice", "concat", "slice", "lastIndexOf", "indexOf",
      "includes", "forEach", "map", "reduce", "reduceRight", "filter", "some", "every", "find",
      "findIndex", "copyWithin", "fill", Symbol.iterator, Symbol.unscopables, "entries", "keys",
      "values", "constructor", "flat", "flatMap"];
  gConstructorProperties['Array'] =
    constructorProps(["join", "reverse", "sort", "push", "pop", "shift",
                      "unshift", "splice", "concat", "slice", "isArray",
                      "lastIndexOf", "indexOf", "forEach", "map", "filter",
                      "every", "some", "reduce", "reduceRight", "from", "of",
  for (var c of typedArrayClasses) {
    gPrototypeProperties[c] = ["constructor", "BYTES_PER_ELEMENT"];
    gConstructorProperties[c] = constructorProps(["BYTES_PER_ELEMENT"]);
  gPrototypeProperties['TypedArray'] =
    ["length", "buffer", "byteLength", "byteOffset", Symbol.iterator, "subarray",
     "set", "copyWithin", "find", "findIndex", "forEach","indexOf", "lastIndexOf", "includes",
     "reverse", "join", "every", "some", "reduce", "reduceRight", "entries", "keys", "values",
     "slice", "map", "filter"];
  // There is no TypedArray constructor, looks like.
  is(window.TypedArray, undefined, "If this ever changes, add to this test!");
  for (var c of errorObjectClasses) {
      gPrototypeProperties[c] = ["constructor", "name", "message", "stack"];
      gConstructorProperties[c] = constructorProps([]);
  // toString and toSource only live on the parent proto (Error.prototype).

  gPrototypeProperties['Function'] =
    ["constructor", "toSource", "toString", "apply", "call", "bind",
     "length", "name", "arguments", "caller", Symbol.hasInstance];
  gConstructorProperties['Function'] = constructorProps([])

  gPrototypeProperties['RegExp'] =
    ["constructor", "toSource", "toString", "compile", "exec", "test",
     Symbol.match, Symbol.replace, Symbol.search, Symbol.split,
     "flags", "global", "ignoreCase", "multiline", "source", "sticky", "unicode"];
  gConstructorProperties['RegExp'] =
    constructorProps(["input", "lastMatch", "lastParen",
                      "leftContext", "rightContext", "$1", "$2", "$3", "$4",
                      "$5", "$6", "$7", "$8", "$9", "$_", "$&", "$+",
                      "$`", "$'", Symbol.species])

  gPrototypeProperties['Promise'] =
    ["constructor", "catch", "then", "finally", Symbol.toStringTag];
  gConstructorProperties['Promise'] =
    constructorProps(["resolve", "reject", "all", "race", Symbol.species]);

  gPrototypeProperties['ArrayBuffer'] =
    ["constructor", "byteLength", "slice", Symbol.toStringTag];
  gConstructorProperties['ArrayBuffer'] =
    constructorProps(["isView", Symbol.species]);

  is(typeof SharedArrayBuffer, "undefined", "Enable tests!");

  gPrototypeProperties['Map'] =
    ["constructor", "size", Symbol.toStringTag, "get", "has", "set", "delete",
     "keys", "values", "clear", "forEach", "entries", Symbol.iterator];
  gConstructorProperties['Map'] =

  gPrototypeProperties['Set'] =
    ["constructor", "size", Symbol.toStringTag, "has", "add", "delete",
     "keys", "values", "clear", "forEach", "entries", Symbol.iterator];
  gConstructorProperties['Set'] =

  gPrototypeProperties['DataView'] =
    ["constructor", "buffer", "byteLength", "byteOffset", Symbol.toStringTag,
     "getInt8", "getUint8", "getInt16", "getUint16",
     "getInt32", "getUint32", "getFloat32", "getFloat64",
     "setInt8", "setUint8", "setInt16", "setUint16",
     "setInt32", "setUint32", "setFloat32", "setFloat64"];
  gConstructorProperties['DataView'] = constructorProps([]);

  // Sort an array that may contain symbols as well as strings.
  function sortProperties(arr) {
    function sortKey(prop) {
      return typeof prop + ":" + prop.toString();
    arr.sort((a, b) => sortKey(a) < sortKey(b) ? -1 : +1);

  // Sort all the lists so we don't need to mutate them later (or copy them
  // again to sort them).
  for (var c of Object.keys(gPrototypeProperties))
  for (var c of Object.keys(gConstructorProperties))

  function filterOut(array, props) {
    return array.filter(p => !props.includes(p));

  function isTypedArrayClass(classname) {
    return typedArrayClasses.includes(classname);

  function propertyIsGetter(obj, name, classname) {
    return !!Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(obj, name).get;

  function testProtoCallables(protoCallables, xray, xrayProto, localProto) {
    for (let name of protoCallables) {
      info("Running tests for property: " + name);
      // Test both methods and getter properties.
      function lookupCallable(obj) {
        let desc = null;
        do {
          desc = Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(obj, name);
          obj = Object.getPrototypeOf(obj);
        } while (!desc);
        return desc.get || desc.value;
      ok(xrayProto.hasOwnProperty(name), "proto should have the property as own");
      ok(!xray.hasOwnProperty(name), "instance should not have the property as own");
      let method = lookupCallable(xrayProto);
      is(typeof method, 'function', "Methods from Xrays are functions");
      is(global(method), window, "Methods from Xrays are local");
      ok(method instanceof Function, "instanceof works on methods from Xrays");
      is(lookupCallable(xrayProto), method, "Holder caching works properly");
      is(lookupCallable(xray), method, "Proto props resolve on the instance");
      let local = lookupCallable(localProto);
      is(method.length, local.length, "Function.length identical");
      if (method.length == 0) {
        is(method.call(xray) + "", local.call(xray) + "",
           "Xray and local method results stringify identically");

        // If invoking this method returns something non-Xrayable, the
        // stringification is going to return [object Opaque].
        // This happens for set[@@iterator] and other Iterator objects.
        if (!/Opaque/.test(method.call(xray))) {
          is(method.call(xray) + "",
             lookupCallable(xray.wrappedJSObject).call(xray.wrappedJSObject) + "",
             "Xray and waived method results stringify identically");

  function testCtorCallables(ctorCallables, xrayCtor, localCtor) {
    for (let name of ctorCallables) {
      // Don't try to test Function.prototype, since that is in fact a callable
      // but doesn't really do the things we expect callables to do here
      // (e.g. it's in the wrong global, since it gets Xrayed itself).
      if (name == "prototype" && localCtor.name == "Function") {
      info(`Running tests for property: ${localCtor.name}.${name}`);
      // Test both methods and getter properties.
      function lookupCallable(obj) {
        let desc = null;
        do {
          desc = Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(obj, name);
          obj = Object.getPrototypeOf(obj);
        } while (!desc);
        return desc.get || desc.value;

      ok(xrayCtor.hasOwnProperty(name), "ctor should have the property as own");
      let method = lookupCallable(xrayCtor);
      is(typeof method, 'function', "Methods from ctor Xrays are functions");
      is(global(method), window, "Methods from ctor Xrays are local");
      ok(method instanceof Function,
         "instanceof works on methods from ctor Xrays");
      is(lookupCallable(xrayCtor), method,
         "Holder caching works properly on ctors");
      let local = lookupCallable(localCtor);
      is(method.length, local.length,
         "Function.length identical for method from ctor");
      // Don't try to do the return-value check on Date.now(), since there is
      // absolutely no reason it should return the same value each time.
      // Also don't try to do the return-value check on Regexp.lastMatch and
      // Regexp["$&"] (which are aliases), because they get state off the global
      // they live in, as far as I can tell, so testing them over Xrays will be
      // wrong: on the Xray they will actaully get the lastMatch of _our_
      // global, not the Xrayed one.
      if (method.length == 0 &&
          !(localCtor.name == "Date" && name == "now") &&
          !(localCtor.name == "RegExp" && (name == "lastMatch" || name == "$&"))) {
        is(method.call(xrayCtor) + "", local.call(xrayCtor) + "",
           "Xray and local method results stringify identically on constructors");
        is(method.call(xrayCtor) + "",
           lookupCallable(xrayCtor.wrappedJSObject).call(xrayCtor.wrappedJSObject) + "",
           "Xray and waived method results stringify identically");

  function testXray(classname, xray, xray2, propsToSkip, ctorPropsToSkip = []) {
    propsToSkip = propsToSkip || [];
    let xrayProto = Object.getPrototypeOf(xray);
    let localProto = window[classname].prototype;
    let desiredProtoProps = Object.getOwnPropertyNames(localProto).sort();

       gPrototypeProperties[classname].filter(id => typeof id === "string").toSource(),
       "A property on the " + classname +
       " prototype has changed! You need a security audit from an XPConnect peer");
       gPrototypeProperties[classname].filter(id => typeof id !== "string").map(uneval).sort().toSource(),
       "A symbol-keyed property on the " + classname +
       " prototype has been changed! You need a security audit from an XPConnect peer");

    let protoProps = filterOut(desiredProtoProps, propsToSkip);
    let protoCallables = protoProps.filter(name => propertyIsGetter(localProto, name, classname) ||
                                                   typeof localProto[name] == 'function' &&
                                                   name != 'constructor');
    ok(protoCallables.length > 0, "Need something to test");
    is(xrayProto, iwin[classname].prototype, "Xray proto is correct");
    is(xrayProto, xray.__proto__, "Proto accessors agree");
    var protoProto = classname == "Object" ? null : iwin.Object.prototype;
    is(Object.getPrototypeOf(xrayProto), protoProto, "proto proto is correct");
    testProtoCallables(protoCallables, xray, xrayProto, localProto);
       protoProps.toSource(), "getOwnPropertyNames works");
       gPrototypeProperties[classname].filter(id => typeof id !== "string" && !propsToSkip.includes(id))
       "getOwnPropertySymbols works");

    is(xrayProto.constructor, iwin[classname], "constructor property works");

    xrayProto.expando = 42;
    is(xray.expando, 42, "Xrayed instances see proto expandos");
    is(xray2.expando, 42, "Xrayed instances see proto expandos");

    // Now test constructors
    localCtor = window[classname];
    xrayCtor = xrayProto.constructor;
    // We already checked that this is the same as iwin[classname]

    let desiredCtorProps =
       gConstructorProperties[classname].filter(id => typeof id === "string").toSource(),
       "A property on the " + classname +
       " constructor has changed! You need a security audit from an XPConnect peer");
    let desiredCtorSymbols =
       gConstructorProperties[classname].filter(id => typeof id !== "string").map(uneval).sort().toSource(),
       "A symbol-keyed property on the " + classname +
       " constructor has been changed! You need a security audit from an XPConnect peer");

    let ctorProps = filterOut(desiredCtorProps, ctorPropsToSkip);
    let ctorSymbols = filterOut(desiredCtorSymbols, ctorPropsToSkip.map(uneval));
    let ctorCallables = ctorProps.filter(name => propertyIsGetter(localCtor, name, classname) ||
                                         typeof localCtor[name] == 'function');
    testCtorCallables(ctorCallables, xrayCtor, localCtor);
       ctorProps.toSource(), "getOwnPropertyNames works on Xrayed ctors");
       ctorSymbols.toSource(), "getOwnPropertySymbols works on Xrayed ctors");

  // We will need arraysEqual and testArrayIterators both in this global scope
  // and in sandboxes, so define them as strings up front.
  var arraysEqualSource = `function arraysEqual(arr1, arr2, reason) {
    is(arr1.length, arr2.length, \`\${reason}; lengths should be equal\`)
    for (var i = 0; i < arr1.length; ++i) {
      if (Array.isArray(arr2[i])) {
        arraysEqual(arr1[i], arr2[i], \`\${reason}; item at index \${i}\`);
      } else {
        is(arr1[i], arr2[i], \`\${reason}; item at index \${i} should be equal\`);

  var testArrayIteratorsSource = `
    function testArrayIterators(arrayLike, equivalentArray, reason) {
    arraysEqual([...arrayLike], equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; spread operator\`);
    arraysEqual([...arrayLike.entries()], [...equivalentArray.entries()],
                \`\${reason}; entries\`);
    arraysEqual([...arrayLike.keys()], [...equivalentArray.keys()],
                \`\${reason}; keys\`);
    if (arrayLike.values) {
      arraysEqual([...arrayLike.values()], equivalentArray,
                  \`\${reason}; values\`);

    var forEachCopy = [];
    arrayLike.forEach(function(arg) { forEachCopy.push(arg); });
    arraysEqual(forEachCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; forEach copy\`);

    var everyCopy = [];
    arrayLike.every(function(arg) { everyCopy.push(arg); return true; });
    arraysEqual(everyCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; every() copy\`);

    var filterCopy = [];
    var filterResult = arrayLike.filter(function(arg) {
      return true;
    arraysEqual(filterCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; filter copy\`);
    arraysEqual([...filterResult], equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; filter result\`);

    var findCopy = [];
    arrayLike.find(function(arg) { findCopy.push(arg); return false; });
    arraysEqual(findCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; find() copy\`);

    var findIndexCopy = [];
    arrayLike.findIndex(function(arg) { findIndexCopy.push(arg); return false; });
    arraysEqual(findIndexCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; findIndex() copy\`);

    var mapCopy = [];
    var mapResult = arrayLike.map(function(arg) { mapCopy.push(arg); return arg});
    arraysEqual(mapCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; map() copy\`);
    arraysEqual([...mapResult], equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; map() result\`);

    var reduceCopy = [];
    arrayLike.reduce(function(_, arg) { reduceCopy.push(arg); }, 0);
    arraysEqual(reduceCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; reduce() copy\`);

    var reduceRightCopy = [];
    arrayLike.reduceRight(function(_, arg) { reduceRightCopy.unshift(arg); }, 0);
    arraysEqual(reduceRightCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; reduceRight() copy\`);

    var someCopy = [];
    arrayLike.some(function(arg) { someCopy.push(arg); return false; });
    arraysEqual(someCopy, equivalentArray, \`\${reason}; some() copy\`);

  function testDate() {
    // toGMTString is handled oddly in the engine. We don't bother to support
    // it over Xrays.
    let propsToSkip = ['toGMTString'];

    testXray('Date', new iwin.Date(), new iwin.Date(), propsToSkip);

    // Test the self-hosted toLocaleString.
    var d = new iwin.Date();
    isnot(d.toLocaleString, Cu.unwaiveXrays(d.wrappedJSObject.toLocaleString), "Different function identities");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(d.toLocaleString), window, "Xray global is correct");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(d.wrappedJSObject.toLocaleString), iwin, "Underlying global is correct");
    is(d.toLocaleString('de-DE'), d.wrappedJSObject.toLocaleString('de-DE'), "Results match");

  var uniqueSymbol;

  function testObject() {
    testXray('Object', Cu.unwaiveXrays(Cu.waiveXrays(iwin).Object.create(new iwin.Object())),
             new iwin.Object(), []);

    // Construct an object full of tricky things.
    let symbolProps = '';
    uniqueSymbol = iwin.eval('var uniqueSymbol = Symbol("uniqueSymbol"); uniqueSymbol');
    symbolProps = `, [uniqueSymbol]: 43,
                   [Symbol.for("registrySymbolProp")]: 44`;
    var trickyObject =
      iwin.eval(`(function() {
                 var o = new Object({
                   primitiveProp: 42, objectProp: { foo: 2 },
                   xoProp: top, hasOwnProperty: 10,
                   get getterProp() { return 2; },
                   set setterProp(x) { },
                   get getterSetterProp() { return 3; },
                   set getterSetterProp(x) { },
                   callableProp: function() { },
                   nonXrayableProp: new WeakMap()
                 Object.defineProperty(o, "nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp",
                    { get: function() { return 5; }, set: function() {} });
                 return o;

  function testArray() {
    // The |length| property is generally very weird, especially with respect
    // to its behavior on the prototype. Array.prototype is actually an Array
    // instance, and therefore has a vestigial .length. But we don't want to
    // show that over Xrays, and generally want .length to just appear as an
    // |own| data property. So we add it to the ignore list here, and check it
    // separately.
    // |Symbol.unscopables| should in principle be exposed, but it is
    // inconvenient (as it's a data property, unsupported by ClassSpec) and
    // low value.
    let propsToSkip = ['length', Symbol.unscopables];

    testXray('Array', new iwin.Array(20), new iwin.Array(), propsToSkip);

    let symbolProps = '';
    uniqueSymbol = iwin.eval('var uniqueSymbol = Symbol("uniqueSymbol"); uniqueSymbol');
    symbolProps = `trickyArray[uniqueSymbol] = 43;
                   trickyArray[Symbol.for("registrySymbolProp")] = 44;`;
    var trickyArray =
      iwin.eval(`var trickyArray = [];
                 trickyArray.primitiveProp = 42;
                 trickyArray.objectProp = { foo: 2 };
                 trickyArray.xoProp = top;
                 trickyArray.hasOwnProperty = 10;
                 Object.defineProperty(trickyArray, 'getterProp', { get: function() { return 2; }});
                 Object.defineProperty(trickyArray, 'setterProp', { set: function(x) {}});
                 Object.defineProperty(trickyArray, 'getterSetterProp', { get: function() { return 3; }, set: function(x) {}, configurable: true});
                 Object.defineProperty(trickyArray, 'nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp', { get: function() { return 5; }, set: function(x) {}});
                 trickyArray.callableProp = function() {};
                 trickyArray.nonXrayableProp = new WeakMap();

    // Test indexed access.
    trickyArray.wrappedJSObject[9] = "some indexed property";
    is(trickyArray[9], "some indexed property", "indexed properties work correctly over Xrays");
    is(trickyArray.length, 10, "Length works correctly over Xrays");
    checkThrows(function() { "use strict"; delete trickyArray.length; }, /config/, "Can't delete non-configurable 'length' property");
    delete trickyArray[9];
    is(trickyArray[9], undefined, "Delete works correctly over Xrays");
    is(trickyArray.wrappedJSObject[9], undefined, "Delete works correctly over Xrays (viewed via waiver)");
    is(trickyArray.length, 10, "length doesn't change");
    trickyArray[11] = "some other indexed property";
    is(trickyArray.length, 12, "length now changes");
    is(trickyArray.wrappedJSObject[11], "some other indexed property");
    trickyArray.length = 0;
    is(trickyArray.length, 0, "Setting length works over Xray");
    is(trickyArray[11], undefined, "Setting length truncates over Xray");
    Object.defineProperty(trickyArray, 'length', { configurable: false, enumerable: false, writable: false, value: 0 });
    trickyArray[1] = "hi";
    is(trickyArray.length, 0, "Length remains non-writable");
    is(trickyArray[1], undefined, "Frozen length forbids new properties");
    is(trickyArray instanceof iwin.Array, true, "instanceof should work across xray wrappers.");

    testArrayIterators(new iwin.Array(1, 1, 2, 3, 5), [1, 1, 2, 3, 5]);

  // Parts of this function are kind of specific to testing Object, but we factor
  // it out so that we can re-use the trickyObject stuff on Arrays.
  function testTrickyObject(trickyObject) {

    // Make sure it looks right under the hood.
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.getterProp, 2, "Underlying object has getter");
    is(Cu.unwaiveXrays(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.xoProp), top, "Underlying object has xo property");

    // Test getOwnPropertyNames.
    var expectedNames = ['objectProp', 'primitiveProp'];
    if (trickyObject instanceof iwin.Array)
       expectedNames.sort().toSource(), "getOwnPropertyNames should be filtered correctly");
    var expectedSymbols = [Symbol.for("registrySymbolProp"), uniqueSymbol];
       "getOwnPropertySymbols should be filtered correctly");

    // Test that cloning uses the Xray view.
    var cloned = Cu.cloneInto(trickyObject, this);
       expectedNames.sort().toSource(), "structured clone should use the Xray view");
       "[]", "structured cloning doesn't clone symbol-keyed properties yet");

    // Test iteration and in-place modification. Beware of 'expando', which is the property
    // we placed on the xray proto.
    var propCount = 0;
    for (let prop in trickyObject) {
      if (prop == 'primitiveProp')
        trickyObject[prop] = trickyObject[prop] - 10;
      if (prop != 'expando')
        trickyObject[prop] = trickyObject[prop];
    is(propCount, 3, "Should iterate the correct number of times");

    // Test Object.keys.
       ['objectProp', 'primitiveProp'].toSource(), "Object.keys should be filtered correctly");

    // Test getOwnPropertyDescriptor.
    is(trickyObject.primitiveProp, 32, "primitive prop works");
    is(trickyObject.objectProp.foo, 2, "object prop works");
    is(typeof trickyObject.callableProp, 'undefined', "filtering works correctly");
    is(Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(trickyObject, 'primitiveProp').value, 32, "getOwnPropertyDescriptor works");
    is(Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(trickyObject, 'xoProp'), undefined, "filtering works with getOwnPropertyDescriptor");

    // Test defineProperty.

    trickyObject.primitiveSetByXray = 'fourty two';
    is(trickyObject.primitiveSetByXray, 'fourty two', "Can set primitive correctly over Xray (ready via Xray)");
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.primitiveSetByXray, 'fourty two', "Can set primitive correctly over Xray (ready via Waiver)");

    var newContentObject = iwin.eval('new Object({prop: 99, get getterProp() { return 2; }})');
    trickyObject.objectSetByXray = newContentObject;
    is(trickyObject.objectSetByXray.prop, 99, "Can set object correctly over Xray (ready via Xray)");
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.objectSetByXray.prop, 99, "Can set object correctly over Xray (ready via Waiver)");
    checkThrows(function() { trickyObject.rejectedProp = {foo: 33}}, /cross-origin object/,
                "Should reject privileged object property definition");

    // Test JSON.stringify.
    var jsonStr = JSON.stringify(newContentObject);
    ok(/prop/.test(jsonStr), "JSON stringification should work: " + jsonStr);

    // Test deletion.
    delete newContentObject.prop;
    ok(!newContentObject.hasOwnProperty('prop'), "Deletion should work");
    ok(!newContentObject.wrappedJSObject.hasOwnProperty('prop'), "Deletion should forward");
    delete newContentObject.getterProp;
    ok(newContentObject.wrappedJSObject.hasOwnProperty('getterProp'), "Deletion be no-op for filtered property");

    // We should be able to overwrite an existing accessor prop and convert it
    // to a value prop.
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.getterSetterProp, 3, "Underlying object has getter");
    is(trickyObject.getterSetterProp, undefined, "Filtering properly over Xray");
    trickyObject.getterSetterProp = 'redefined';
    is(trickyObject.getterSetterProp, 'redefined', "Redefinition works");
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.getterSetterProp, 'redefined', "Redefinition forwards");

    // We should NOT be able to overwrite an existing non-configurable accessor
    // prop, though.
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp, 5,
       "Underlying object has getter");
    is(trickyObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp, undefined,
       "Filtering properly over Xray here too");
    is((trickyObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp = 'redefined'), 'redefined',
       "Assigning to non-configurable prop should fail silently in non-strict mode");
    checkThrows(function() {
      "use strict";
      trickyObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp = 'redefined';
    }, /config/, "Should throw when redefining non-configurable prop in strict mode");
    is(trickyObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp, undefined,
       "Redefinition should have failed");
    is(trickyObject.wrappedJSObject.nonConfigurableGetterSetterProp, 5,
       "Redefinition really should have failed");

    checkThrows(function() { trickyObject.hasOwnProperty = 33; }, /shadow/,
                "Should reject shadowing of pre-existing inherited properties over Xrays");

    checkThrows(function() { Object.defineProperty(trickyObject, 'rejectedProp', { get: function() {}}); },
                /accessor property/, "Should reject accessor property definition");

  function testTypedArrays() {
    // We don't invoke testXray with %TypedArray%, because that function isn't
    // set up to deal with "anonymous" dependent classes (that is, classes not
    // visible as a global property, which %TypedArray% is not), and fixing it
    // up is more trouble than it's worth.

    var typedArrayProto = Object.getPrototypeOf(Int8Array.prototype);

    var desiredInheritedProps = Object.getOwnPropertyNames(typedArrayProto).sort();
    var inheritedProps =
      filterOut(desiredInheritedProps, ["BYTES_PER_ELEMENT", "constructor"]);

    var inheritedCallables =
      inheritedProps.filter(name => (propertyIsGetter(typedArrayProto, name) ||
                                     typeof typedArrayProto[name] === "function") &&
                                    name !== "constructor");

    for (var c of typedArrayClasses) {
      var t = new iwin[c](10);
      checkThrows(function() { t[2]; }, /performant/, "direct property-wise reading of typed arrays forbidden over Xrays");
      checkThrows(function() { t[2] = 3; }, /performant/, "direct property-wise writing of typed arrays forbidden over Xrays");
      var wesb = new Cu.Sandbox([iwin], {isWebExtensionContentScript: true});
      wesb.t = t;
      wesb.eval('t[2] = 3');
      is(wesb.eval('t.wrappedJSObject[2]'), 3, "direct property-wise writing of typed arrays allowed for WebExtension content scripts");
      is(wesb.eval('t[2]'), 3, "direct property-wise reading and writing of typed arrays allowed for WebExtensions content scripts");

      t.wrappedJSObject[2] = 3;
      is(t.wrappedJSObject[2], 3, "accessing elements over waivers works");
      t.wrappedJSObject.expando = 'hi';
      is(t.wrappedJSObject.expando, 'hi', "access expandos over waivers works");
      is(Cu.cloneInto(t, window)[2], 3, "cloneInto works");
      is(Cu.cloneInto(t, window).expando, undefined, "cloneInto does not copy expandos");
         '["0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9"]',
         "Only indexed properties visible over Xrays");
      Object.defineProperty(t.wrappedJSObject, 'length', {value: 42});
      is(t.wrappedJSObject.length, 42, "Set tricky expando")
      is(t.length, 10, "Length accessor works over Xrays")
      is(t.byteLength, t.length * window[c].prototype.BYTES_PER_ELEMENT, "byteLength accessor works over Xrays")

      // Can create TypedArray from content ArrayBuffer
      var buffer = new iwin.ArrayBuffer(8);
      eval(`new ${c}(buffer);`);

      var xray = new iwin[c](0);
      var xrayTypedArrayProto = Object.getPrototypeOf(Object.getPrototypeOf(xray));
      testProtoCallables(inheritedCallables, new iwin[c](0), xrayTypedArrayProto, typedArrayProto);

      // When testing iterators, make sure to do so from inside our web
      // extension sandbox, since from chrome we can't poke their indices.  Note
      // that we have to actually recreate our functions that touch typed array
      // indices inside the sandbox, not just export them, because otherwise
      // they'll just run with our principal anyway.
      // But we do want to export is(), since we want ours called.
      Cu.exportFunction(is, wesb,
                        { defineAs: "is" });
      wesb.eval('testArrayIterators(t, [0, 0, 3, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0])');

  function testErrorObjects() {
    // We only invoke testXray with Error, because that function isn't set up
    // to deal with dependent classes and fixing it up is more trouble than
    // it's worth.
    testXray('Error', new iwin.Error('some error message'), new iwin.Error());

    // Make sure that the dependent classes have their prototypes set up correctly.
    for (let c of errorObjectClasses.filter(x => x != "Error")) {
      var e = new iwin[c]('some message');
      is(Object.getPrototypeOf(e).name, c, "Prototype has correct name");
      is(Object.getPrototypeOf(Object.getPrototypeOf(e)), iwin.Error.prototype, "Dependent prototype set up correctly");
      is(e.name, c, "Exception name inherited correctly");

      function testProperty(name, criterion, goodReplacement, faultyReplacement) {
        ok(criterion(e[name]), name + " property is correct: " + e[name]);
        e.wrappedJSObject[name] = goodReplacement;
        is(e[name], goodReplacement, name + " property ok after replacement: " + goodReplacement);
        e.wrappedJSObject[name] = faultyReplacement;
        is(e[name], name == 'message' ? "" : undefined, name + " property skipped after suspicious replacement");
      testProperty('message', x => x == 'some message', 'some other message', 42);
      testProperty('fileName', x => x == '', 'otherFilename.html', new iwin.Object());
      testProperty('columnNumber', x => x == 1, 99, 99.5);
      testProperty('lineNumber', x => x == 0, 50, 'foo');

      // Note - an Exception newed via Xrays is going to have an empty stack given the
      // current semantics and implementation. This tests the current behavior, but that
      // may change in bug 1036527 or similar.
      // Furthermore, xrays should always return an error's original stack, and
      // not overwrite it.
      var stack = e.stack;
      ok(/^\s*$/.test(stack), "stack property should be correct");
      e.wrappedJSObject.stack = "not a stack";
      is(e.stack, stack, "Xrays should never get an overwritten stack property.");

  function testRegExp() {
    // RegExp statics are very weird, and in particular RegExp has static
    // properties that have to do with the last regexp execution in the global.
    // Xraying those makes no sense, so we just skip constructor properties for
    // RegExp xrays.
    // RegExp[@@species] is affected by above skip, but we don't fix it until
    // compelling use-case appears, as supporting RegExp[@@species] while
    // skipping other static properties makes things complicated.
    let ctorPropsToSkip = ["input", "lastMatch", "lastParen",
                           "leftContext", "rightContext", "$1", "$2", "$3",
                           "$4", "$5", "$6", "$7", "$8", "$9", "$_", "$&",
                           "$+", "$`", "$'", Symbol.species];
    testXray('RegExp', new iwin.RegExp('foo'), new iwin.RegExp(), [],

    // Test the self-hosted |flags| property, toString, and toSource.
    for (var flags of ["", "g", "i", "m", "y", "gimy"]) {
      var re = new iwin.RegExp("foo", flags);
      is(re.flags, re.wrappedJSObject.flags, "Results match");

      isnot(re.toString, Cu.unwaiveXrays(re.wrappedJSObject.toString), "Different function identities");
      is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(re.toString), window, "Xray global is correct");
      is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(re.wrappedJSObject.toString), iwin, "Underlying global is correct");
      is(re.toString(), re.wrappedJSObject.toString(), "Results match");

      isnot(re.toSource, Cu.unwaiveXrays(re.wrappedJSObject.toSource), "Different function identities");
      is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(re.toSource), window, "Xray global is correct");
      is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(re.wrappedJSObject.toSource), iwin, "Underlying global is correct");
      is(re.toSource(), re.wrappedJSObject.toSource(), "Results match");

      // Test with modified flags accessors
var props = ["global", "ignoreCase", "multiline", "sticky", "source", "unicode"];
var origDescs = {};
for (var prop of props) {
  origDescs[prop] = Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(RegExp.prototype, prop);
  Object.defineProperty(RegExp.prototype, prop, {
    get: function() {
      throw new Error("modified accessor is called");
      try {
        is(re.flags, flags, "Unmodified flags accessors are called");
        is(re.toString(), "/foo/" + flags, "Unmodified flags and source accessors are called");
        is(re.toSource(), "/foo/" + flags, "Unmodified flags and source accessors are called");
      } finally {
for (var prop of props) {
  Object.defineProperty(RegExp.prototype, prop, origDescs[prop]);

  // Note: this is a small set of basic tests. More in-depth tests are located
  // in test_promise_xrays.html.
  function testPromise() {
    testXray('Promise', new iwin.Promise(function(){}), new iwin.Promise(function(){}));

    // Test catch and then.
    var pr = new iwin.Promise(function(){});
    isnot(pr.catch, Cu.unwaiveXrays(pr.wrappedJSObject.catch), "Different function identities");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(pr.catch), window, "Xray global is correct");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(pr.wrappedJSObject.catch), iwin, "Underlying global is correct");

    isnot(pr.then, Cu.unwaiveXrays(pr.wrappedJSObject.then), "Different function identities");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(pr.then), window, "Xray global is correct");
    is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(pr.wrappedJSObject.then), iwin, "Underlying global is correct");

  function testArrayBuffer() {
    let constructors = ['ArrayBuffer'];

    for (const c of constructors) {
      testXray(c, new iwin[c](0), new iwin[c](12));

      var t = new iwin[c](12);
      is(t.byteLength, 12, `${c} byteLength is correct`);

      is(t.slice(4).byteLength, 8, `${c} byteLength is correct after slicing`);
      is(Cu.getGlobalForObject(t.slice(4)), iwin, "Slice results lives in the target compartment");
      is(Object.getPrototypeOf(t.slice(4)), iwin[c].prototype, "Slice results proto lives in target compartment")

      var i32Array = new Int32Array(t);
      // i32Array is going to be created in the buffer's target compartment,
      // but usually this is unobservable, because the proto is set to
      // the current compartment's prototype.
      // However Xrays ignore the object's proto and claim its proto is
      // the default proto for that class in the relevant compartment,
      // so see through this proto hack.
      todo_is(Object.getPrototypeOf(i32Array), Int32Array.prototype, "Int32Array has correct proto");
      is(i32Array.length, 3, `Int32Array created from Xray ${c} has the correct length`);
      is(i32Array.buffer, t, "Int32Array has the correct buffer that we passed in");

      i32Array = new iwin.Int32Array(t);
      is(Object.getPrototypeOf(i32Array), iwin.Int32Array.prototype, "Xray Int32Array has correct proto");
      is(i32Array.length, 3, `Xray Int32Array created from Xray ${c} has the correct length`);
      is(i32Array.buffer, t, "Xray Int32Array has the correct buffer that we passed in");

      t = (new iwin.Int32Array(2)).buffer;
      is(t.byteLength, 8, `Can access ${c} returned by buffer property`);

  function testMap() {
    testXray('Map', new iwin.Map(), new iwin.Map());

    var t = iwin.eval(`new Map([[1, "a"], [null, "b"]])`);
    is(t.size, 2, "Map size is correct");
    is(t.get(1), "a", "Key 1 has the correct value");
    is(t.get(null), "b", "Key null has the correct value");
    is(t.has(1), true, "Has Key 1");
    is(t.set(3, 5).get(3), 5, "Correctly sets key");
    is(t.delete(null), true, "Key null can be deleted");

    let values = [];
    t.forEach((value, key) => values.push(value));
    is(values.toString(), "a,5", "forEach enumerates values correctly");

    is(t.size, 0, "Map is empty after calling clear");

  function testSet() {
    testXray('Set', new iwin.Set(), new iwin.Set());

    var t = iwin.eval(`new Set([1, null])`);
    is(t.size, 2, "Set size is correct");
    is(t.has(1), true, "Contains 1");
    is(t.has(null), true, "Contains null");
    is(t.add(5).has(5), true, "Can add value to set");
    is(t.delete(null), true, "Value null can be deleted");

    let values = [];
    t.forEach(value => values.push(value));
    is(values.toString(), "1,5", "forEach enumerates values correctly");

    is(t.size, 0, "Set is empty after calling clear");

  function testDataView() {
    testXray('DataView', new iwin.DataView(new iwin.ArrayBuffer(4)),
             new iwin.DataView(new iwin.ArrayBuffer(8)));

    const versions = [() => iwin.eval(`new DataView(new ArrayBuffer(8))`),
                      () => new DataView(new iwin.ArrayBuffer(8))];

    for (const constructor of versions) {
      let t = constructor();
      is(t.byteLength, 8, `byteLength correct for "${constructor}"`);
      is(t.byteOffset, 0, `byteOffset correct for "${constructor}"`);
      is(t.buffer.byteLength, 8, `buffer works for "${constructor}"`);

      const get = ["getInt8", "getUint8", "getInt16", "getUint16",
                   "getInt32", "getUint32", "getFloat32", "getFloat64"];

      const set = ["setInt8", "setUint8", "setInt16", "setUint16",
                   "setInt32", "setUint32", "setFloat32", "setFloat64"];

      for (const f of get) {
        is(t[f](0), 0, `${f} is 0 for "${constructor}"`);

      for (let i = 0; i < set.length; i++) {
        t[set[i]](0, 13);
        is(t[get[i]](0), 13, `${get[i]}(0) afer ${set[i]}(0, 13) is 13 for "${constructor}"`);

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