author Benoit Jacob <bjacob@mozilla.com>
Thu, 11 Aug 2011 18:17:59 -0400
changeset 74257 f262c389193eebbb714074f8c340bad268071646
parent 73439 ed434f4c233eee7090fb9b38229bdc1354f1555f
child 75228 3ff331490e736fd2ffd1a712181336e633c55777
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 676413 - fix the crossOrigin attribute test - r=smaug This is not a limited-enumerated attribute, so let's use reflectString instead.

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

#include "jsfun.h"

extern JSObject *
js_InitFunctionAndObjectClasses(JSContext *cx, JSObject *obj);

namespace js {

 * Global object slots are reserved as follows:
 * [0, JSProto_LIMIT)
 *   Stores the original value of the constructor for the corresponding
 *   JSProtoKey.
 * [JSProto_LIMIT, 2 * JSProto_LIMIT)
 *   Stores the prototype, if any, for the constructor for the corresponding
 *   JSProtoKey offset from JSProto_LIMIT.
 * [2 * JSProto_LIMIT, 3 * JSProto_LIMIT)
 *   Stores the current value of the global property named for the JSProtoKey
 *   for the corresponding JSProtoKey offset from 2 * JSProto_LIMIT.
 *   Various one-off values: ES5 13.2.3's [[ThrowTypeError]], RegExp statics,
 *   the Namespace object for E4X's function::, the original eval for this
 *   global object (implementing |var eval = otherWindow.eval; eval(...)| as an
 *   indirect eval), a bit indicating whether this object has been cleared
 *   (see JS_ClearScope), and a cache for whether eval is allowed (per the
 *   global's Content Security Policy).
 * The first two ranges are necessary to implement js::FindClassObject,
 * js::FindClassPrototype, and spec language speaking in terms of "the original
 * Array prototype object", or "as if by the expression new Array()" referring
 * to the original Array constructor.  The third range stores the (writable and
 * even deletable) Object, Array, &c. properties (although a slot won't be used
 * again if its property is deleted and readded).
class GlobalObject : public ::JSObject {
     * Count of slots to store built-in constructors, prototypes, and initial
     * visible properties for the constructors.
    static const uintN STANDARD_CLASS_SLOTS  = JSProto_LIMIT * 3;

    /* One-off properties stored after slots for built-ins. */
    static const uintN THROWTYPEERROR          = STANDARD_CLASS_SLOTS;
    static const uintN REGEXP_STATICS          = THROWTYPEERROR + 1;
    static const uintN FUNCTION_NS             = REGEXP_STATICS + 1;
    static const uintN RUNTIME_CODEGEN_ENABLED = FUNCTION_NS + 1;
    static const uintN EVAL                    = RUNTIME_CODEGEN_ENABLED + 1;
    static const uintN FLAGS                   = EVAL + 1;

    /* Total reserved-slot count for global objects. */
    static const uintN RESERVED_SLOTS = FLAGS + 1;

    void staticAsserts() {
         * The slot count must be in the public API for JSCLASS_GLOBAL_FLAGS,
         * and we aren't going to expose GlobalObject, so just assert that the
         * two values are synchronized.

    static const int32 FLAGS_CLEARED = 0x1;

    void setFlags(int32 flags) {
        setSlot(FLAGS, Int32Value(flags));

    static GlobalObject *create(JSContext *cx, Class *clasp);

     * Create a constructor function with the specified name and length using
     * ctor, a method which creates objects with the given class.
    JSFunction *
    createConstructor(JSContext *cx, Native ctor, Class *clasp, JSAtom *name, uintN length);

     * Create an object to serve as [[Prototype]] for instances of the given
     * class, using |Object.prototype| as its [[Prototype]].  Users creating
     * prototype objects with particular internal structure (e.g. reserved
     * slots guaranteed to contain values of particular types) must immediately
     * complete the minimal initialization to make the returned object safe to
     * touch.
    JSObject *createBlankPrototype(JSContext *cx, js::Class *clasp);

    void setThrowTypeError(JSFunction *fun) {
        // Our bootstrapping code is currently too convoluted to correctly and
        // confidently assert this.
        // JS_ASSERT(v.isUndefined());
        // JS_ASSERT(getSlot(THROWTYPEERROR).isUndefined());
        setSlot(THROWTYPEERROR, ObjectValue(*fun));

    JSObject *getThrowTypeError() const {
        return &getSlot(THROWTYPEERROR).toObject();

    Value getRegExpStatics() const {
        return getSlot(REGEXP_STATICS);

    void clear(JSContext *cx);

    bool isCleared() const {
        return getSlot(FLAGS).toInt32() & FLAGS_CLEARED;

    bool isRuntimeCodeGenEnabled(JSContext *cx);

    const Value &getOriginalEval() const {
        return getSlot(EVAL);

    void setOriginalEval(JSObject *evalobj) {
        // Our bootstrapping code is currently too convoluted to correctly and
        // confidently assert this.
        // JS_ASSERT(v.isUndefined());
        // JS_ASSERT(getSlot(EVAL).isUndefined());
        setSlot(EVAL, ObjectValue(*evalobj));

    bool getFunctionNamespace(JSContext *cx, Value *vp);

    bool initStandardClasses(JSContext *cx);

 * Define ctor.prototype = proto as non-enumerable, non-configurable, and
 * non-writable; define proto.constructor = ctor as non-enumerable but
 * configurable and writable.
extern bool
LinkConstructorAndPrototype(JSContext *cx, JSObject *ctor, JSObject *proto);

 * Define properties, then functions, on the object, then brand for tracing
 * benefits.
extern bool
DefinePropertiesAndBrand(JSContext *cx, JSObject *obj, JSPropertySpec *ps, JSFunctionSpec *fs);

} // namespace js

js::GlobalObject *
    return reinterpret_cast<js::GlobalObject *>(this);

#endif /* GlobalObject_h___ */