author Stuart Parmenter <>
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// A decoder for Mac Bin Hex 4.0.

// This decoder is currently only intended to be used on NON-Mac platforms. It isn't hooked up to 
// code which would actually save the file to disk. As a result, we can't leverage the resource fork.
// This makes this decoder most unhelpful for the Mac. Our assumption is that if you save a bin hex file
// on the mac and try to open it, stuffit or some other tool is already going to be on the Mac which knows how
// to handle bin hex. On windows and unix, that's not the case. We need client code to strip out the data fork. 
// So this decoder currently just strips out the data fork. 

// Note: it's possible that we can eventually turn this decoder into both a decoder and into a file stream (much
// like the apple double decoder) so on the Mac, if we are saving to disk, we can invoke the decoder as a file stream
// and it will process the resource fork and do the right magic. 

#ifndef nsBinHexDecoder_h__
#define nsBinHexDecoder_h__

#include "nsIStreamConverter.h"
#include "nsIChannel.h"
#include "nsIOutputStream.h"
#include "nsIInputStream.h"

#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "nsString.h"

#define NS_BINHEXDECODER_CID                        \
{ /* 301DEA42-6850-4cda-8945-81F7DBC2186B */         \
    0x301dea42, 0x6850, 0x4cda,                      \
    { 0x89, 0x45, 0x81, 0xf7, 0xdb, 0xc2, 0x18, 0x6b } \

typedef struct _binhex_header
	PRUint32	type, creator;
	PRUint16  flags;
	PRInt32	dlen, rlen;
} binhex_header;

typedef union 
	unsigned char c[4];
	PRUint32  	  val;
} longbuf;

#define BINHEX_STATE_HCRC   	3
#define BINHEX_STATE_DCRC   	5
#define BINHEX_STATE_RCRC   	7
#define BINHEX_STATE_DONE  		9
/* #define BINHEX_STATE_ERROR		10 */

class nsBinHexDecoder : public nsIStreamConverter
  // nsISupports methods

  // nsIStreamConverter methods

  // nsIStreamListener methods

  // nsIRequestObserver methods


  virtual ~nsBinHexDecoder();

  PRInt16  GetNextChar(PRUint32 numBytesInBuffer);
  nsresult ProcessNextChunk(nsIRequest * aRequest, nsISupports * aContext, PRUint32 numBytesInBuffer);
  nsresult ProcessNextState(nsIRequest * aRequest, nsISupports * aContext);
  nsresult SetContentType(nsIRequest * aRequest, const char * fileName);

  nsCOMPtr<nsIStreamListener> mNextListener;

  // the input and output streams form a pipe...they need to be passed around together..
  nsCOMPtr<nsIOutputStream>     mOutputStream;     // output stream
  nsCOMPtr<nsIInputStream>	    mInputStream;

  PRInt16   mState;			/* current state */
  PRUint16  mCRC; /* cumulative CRC */
	PRUint16  mFileCRC;		/* CRC value from file */
  longbuf   mOctetBuf;		/* buffer for decoded 6-bit values 		*/
	PRInt16 	mOctetin;		/* current input position in octetbuf */
	PRInt16 	mDonePos;		/* ending position in octetbuf */
	PRInt16 	mInCRC;			/* flag set when reading a CRC */

  // Bin Hex Header Information
  binhex_header mHeader;
  char 	mName[64];		/* fsspec for the output file */

  // unfortunately we are going to need 2 8K buffers here. One for the data we are currently digesting. Another
  // for the outgoing decoded data. I tried getting them to share a buffer but things didn't work out so nicely.
  char * mDataBuffer; // temporary holding pen for the incoming data.
  char * mOutgoingBuffer; // temporary holding pen for the incoming data.
  PRUint32 mPosInDataBuffer;

	unsigned char mRlebuf;	/* buffer for last run length encoding value */

	PRInt32 mCount;			  /* generic counter */
  PRInt16 mMarker;			/* flag indicating maker */
	PRInt32	mPosInbuff;		   /* the index of the inbuff.	*/
	PRInt32 mPosOutputBuff; /* the position of the out buff.		*/

#endif /* nsBinHexDecoder_h__ */