author Julian Descottes <>
Fri, 18 Jan 2019 09:58:15 +0000
changeset 454417 3b442a1b227d70bb7c3d28b763588a8962e52ea8
parent 449035 66eb1f485c1a3ea81372758bc92292c9428b17cd
child 470938 9813ce146bc725dd83e8ff6f41bfc36dd17d935b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1500378 - Migrate browser_addons_debug_webextension_nobg to new aboutdebugging;r=daisuke Differential Revision:

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*-
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#include "WebBrowserPersistResourcesChild.h"

#include "WebBrowserPersistDocumentChild.h"

namespace mozilla {


WebBrowserPersistResourcesChild::WebBrowserPersistResourcesChild() {}

WebBrowserPersistResourcesChild::~WebBrowserPersistResourcesChild() = default;

    nsIWebBrowserPersistDocument* aDocument, const nsACString& aURI,
    nsContentPolicyType aContentPolicyType) {
  nsCString copiedURI(aURI);  // Yay, XPIDL/IPDL mismatch.
  SendVisitResource(copiedURI, aContentPolicyType);
  return NS_OK;

    nsIWebBrowserPersistDocument* aDocument,
    nsIWebBrowserPersistDocument* aSubDocument) {
  auto* subActor = new WebBrowserPersistDocumentChild();
  // As a consequence of how PWebBrowserPersistDocumentConstructor
  // can be sent by both the parent and the child, we must pass the
  // aBrowser and outerWindowID arguments here, but the values are
  // ignored by the parent.  In particular, the TabChild in which
  // persistence started does not necessarily exist at this point;
  // see bug 1203602.
  if (!Manager()->Manager()->SendPWebBrowserPersistDocumentConstructor(
          subActor, nullptr, 0)) {
    // NOTE: subActor is freed at this point.
    return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
  // ...but here, IPC won't free subActor until after this returns
  // to the event loop.

  // The order of these two messages will be preserved, because
  // they're the same toplevel protocol and priority.
  // With this ordering, it's always the transition out of START
  // state that causes a document's parent actor to be exposed to
  // XPCOM (for both parent->child and child->parent construction),
  // which simplifies the lifetime management.
  return NS_OK;

    nsIWebBrowserPersistDocument* aDocument, nsresult aStatus) {
  Send__delete__(this, aStatus);
  return NS_OK;

}  // namespace mozilla