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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
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#ifndef js_UbiNodeTraverse_h
#define js_UbiNodeTraverse_h

#include "js/UbiNode.h"
#include "js/Utility.h"
#include "js/Vector.h"

namespace JS {
namespace ubi {

// A breadth-first traversal template for graphs of ubi::Nodes.
// No GC may occur while an instance of this template is live.
// The provided Handler type should have two members:
//   typename NodeData;
//      The value type of |BreadthFirst<Handler>::visited|, the HashMap of
//      ubi::Nodes that have been visited so far. Since the algorithm needs a
//      hash table like this for its own use anyway, it is simple to let
//      Handler store its own metadata about each node in the same table.
//      For example, if you want to find a shortest path to each node from any
//      traversal starting point, your |NodeData| type could record the first
//      edge to reach each node, and the node from which it originates. Then,
//      when the traversal is complete, you can walk backwards from any node
//      to some starting point, and the path recorded will be a shortest path.
//      This type must have a default constructor. If this type owns any other
//      resources, move constructors and assignment operators are probably a
//      good idea, too.
//   bool operator() (BreadthFirst &traversal,
//                    Node origin, const Edge &edge,
//                    Handler::NodeData *referentData, bool first);
//      The visitor function, called to report that we have traversed
//      |edge| from |origin|. This is called once for each edge we traverse.
//      As this is a breadth-first search, any prior calls to the visitor function
//      were for origin nodes not further from the start nodes than |origin|.
//      |traversal| is this traversal object, passed along for convenience.
//      |referentData| is a pointer to the value of the entry in
//      |traversal.visited| for |edge.referent|; the visitor function can
//      store whatever metadata it likes about |edge.referent| there.
//      |first| is true if this is the first time we have visited an edge
//      leading to |edge.referent|. This could be stored in NodeData, but
//      the algorithm knows whether it has just created the entry in
//      |traversal.visited|, so it passes it along for convenience.
//      The visitor function may call |traversal.abandonReferent()| if it
//      doesn't want to traverse the outgoing edges of |edge.referent|. You can
//      use this to limit the traversal to a given portion of the graph: it will
//      never visit nodes reachable only through nodes that you have abandoned.
//      Note that |abandonReferent| must be called the first time the given node
//      is reached; that is, |first| must be true.
//      The visitor function may call |traversal.stop()| if it doesn't want
//      to visit any more nodes at all.
//      The visitor function may consult |traversal.visited| for information
//      about other nodes, but it should not add or remove entries.
//      The visitor function should return true on success, or false if an
//      error occurs. A false return value terminates the traversal
//      immediately, and causes BreadthFirst<Handler>::traverse to return
//      false.
template<typename Handler>
struct BreadthFirst {

    // Construct a breadth-first traversal object that reports the nodes it
    // reaches to |handler|. The traversal object reports OOM on |cx|, and
    // asserts that no GC happens in |cx|'s runtime during its lifetime.
    // We do nothing with noGC, other than require it to exist, with a lifetime
    // that encloses our own.
    BreadthFirst(JSContext *cx, Handler &handler, const JS::AutoCheckCannotGC &noGC)
      : wantNames(true), cx(cx), visited(cx), handler(handler), pending(cx),
        traversalBegun(false), stopRequested(false), abandonRequested(false)
    { }

    // Initialize this traversal object. Return false on OOM.
    bool init() { return visited.init(); }

    // Add |node| as a starting point for the traversal. You may add
    // as many starting points as you like. Return false on OOM.
    bool addStart(Node node) { return pending.append(node); }

    // Add |node| as a starting point for the traversal (see addStart) and also
    // add it to the |visited| set. Return false on OOM.
    bool addStartVisited(Node node) {
        typename NodeMap::AddPtr ptr = visited.lookupForAdd(node);
        if (!ptr && !visited.add(ptr, node, typename Handler::NodeData()))
            return false;
        return addStart(node);

    // True if the handler wants us to compute edge names; doing so can be
    // expensive in time and memory. True by default.
    bool wantNames;

    // Traverse the graph in breadth-first order, starting at the given
    // start nodes, applying |handler::operator()| for each edge traversed
    // as described above.
    // This should be called only once per instance of this class.
    // Return false on OOM or error return from |handler::operator()|.
    bool traverse()
        traversalBegun = true;

        // While there are pending nodes, visit them, until we've found a path to the target.
        while (!pending.empty()) {
            Node origin = pending.front();

            // Get a range containing all origin's outgoing edges.
            js::ScopedJSDeletePtr<EdgeRange> range(origin.edges(cx, wantNames));
            if (!range)
                return false;

            // Traverse each edge.
            for (; !range->empty(); range->popFront()) {

                const Edge &edge = range->front();
                typename NodeMap::AddPtr a = visited.lookupForAdd(edge.referent);
                bool first = !a;

                if (first) {
                    // This is the first time we've reached |edge.referent|.
                    // Mark it as visited.
                    if (!visited.add(a, edge.referent, typename Handler::NodeData()))
                        return false;


                // Report this edge to the visitor function.
                if (!handler(*this, origin, edge, &a->value(), first))
                    return false;

                if (stopRequested)
                    return true;

                // Arrange to traverse this edge's referent's outgoing edges
                // later --- unless |handler| asked us not to.
                if (abandonRequested) {
                    // Skip the enqueue; reset flag for future iterations.
                    abandonRequested = false;
                } else if (first) {
                    if (!pending.append(edge.referent))
                        return false;

        return true;

    // Stop traversal, and return true from |traverse| without visiting any
    // more nodes. Only |handler::operator()| should call this function; it
    // may do so to stop the traversal early, without returning false and
    // then making |traverse|'s caller disambiguate that result from a real
    // error.
    void stop() { stopRequested = true; }

    // Request that the current edge's referent's outgoing edges not be
    // traversed. This must be called the first time that referent is reached.
    // Other edges *to* that referent will still be traversed.
    void abandonReferent() { abandonRequested = true; }

    // The context with which we were constructed.
    JSContext *cx;

    // A map associating each node N that we have reached with a
    // Handler::NodeData, for |handler|'s use. This is public, so that
    // |handler| can access it to see the traversal thus far.
    typedef js::HashMap<Node, typename Handler::NodeData> NodeMap;
    NodeMap visited;

    // Our handler object.
    Handler &handler;

    // A queue template. Appending and popping the front are constant time.
    // Wasted space is never more than some recent actual population plus the
    // current population.
    template <typename T>
    class Queue {
        js::Vector<T, 0> head, tail;
        size_t frontIndex;
        explicit Queue(JSContext *cx) : head(cx), tail(cx), frontIndex(0) { }
        bool empty() { return frontIndex >= head.length(); }
        T &front() {
            return head[frontIndex];
        void popFront() {
            if (frontIndex >= head.length()) {
                frontIndex = 0;
        bool append(const T &elt) {
            return frontIndex == 0 ? head.append(elt) : tail.append(elt);

    // A queue of nodes that we have reached, but whose outgoing edges we
    // have not yet traversed. Nodes reachable in fewer edges are enqueued
    // earlier.
    Queue<Node> pending;

    // True if our traverse function has been called.
    bool traversalBegun;

    // True if we've been asked to stop the traversal.
    bool stopRequested;

    // True if we've been asked to abandon the current edge's referent.
    bool abandonRequested;

} // namespace ubi
} // namespace JS

#endif // js_UbiNodeTraverse.h