author James Teh <>
Thu, 07 Mar 2019 18:10:13 +0000
changeset 520910 c26d4a8d43c4d0d6f6e13135b8f35924123fe99e
parent 505383 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1527922: Ensure the Reload button is disabled when testing against blank tabs in the browser toolbar key nav tests. r=Gijs For a blank tab, the Reload button should be disabled. These tests depend on this. This seems to be true when setting the new tab page to blank in Firefox Options. However, when we open about:blank with BrowserTestUtils.withNewTab, this is unreliable. That is, sometimes the Reload button is enabled, sometimes it isn't. I don't understand why this happens. For the purposes of these tests, just force the Reload button to be disabled for new, blank tabs so we get consistent results. Differential Revision:

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at */

#ifndef mozilla_dom_cache_Context_h
#define mozilla_dom_cache_Context_h

#include "mozilla/dom/cache/Types.h"
#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "nsISupportsImpl.h"
#include "nsProxyRelease.h"
#include "nsString.h"
#include "nsTArray.h"
#include "nsTObserverArray.h"

class nsIEventTarget;
class nsIThread;

namespace mozilla {
namespace dom {

namespace quota {

class DirectoryLock;

}  // namespace quota

namespace cache {

class Action;
class Manager;

// The Context class is RAII-style class for managing IO operations within the
// Cache.
// When a Context is created it performs the complicated steps necessary to
// initialize the QuotaManager.  Action objects dispatched on the Context are
// delayed until this initialization is complete.  They are then allow to
// execute on any specified thread.  Once all references to the Context are
// gone, then the steps necessary to release the QuotaManager are performed.
// After initialization the Context holds a self reference, so it will stay
// alive until one of three conditions occur:
//  1) The Manager will call Context::AllowToClose() when all of the actors
//     have removed themselves as listener.  This means an idle context with
//     no active DOM objects will close gracefully.
//  2) The QuotaManager aborts all operations so it can delete the files.
//     In this case the QuotaManager calls Client::AbortOperations() which
//     in turn cancels all existing Action objects and then marks the Manager
//     as invalid.
//  3) Browser shutdown occurs and the Manager calls Context::CancelAll().
// In either case, though, the Action objects must be destroyed first to
// allow the Context to be destroyed.
// While the Context performs operations asynchronously on threads, all of
// methods in its public interface must be called on the same thread
// originally used to create the Context.
// As an invariant, all Context objects must be destroyed before permitting
// the "profile-before-change" shutdown event to complete.  This is ensured
// via the code in ShutdownObserver.cpp.
class Context final {
  typedef mozilla::dom::quota::DirectoryLock DirectoryLock;

  // Define a class allowing other threads to hold the Context alive.  This also
  // allows these other threads to safely close or cancel the Context.
  class ThreadsafeHandle final {
    friend class Context;

    void AllowToClose();
    void InvalidateAndAllowToClose();

    explicit ThreadsafeHandle(Context* aContext);

    // disallow copying
    ThreadsafeHandle(const ThreadsafeHandle&) = delete;
    ThreadsafeHandle& operator=(const ThreadsafeHandle&) = delete;

    void AllowToCloseOnOwningThread();
    void InvalidateAndAllowToCloseOnOwningThread();

    void ContextDestroyed(Context* aContext);

    // Cleared to allow the Context to close.  Only safe to access on
    // owning thread.
    RefPtr<Context> mStrongRef;

    // Used to support cancelation even while the Context is already allowed
    // to close.  Cleared by ~Context() calling ContextDestroyed().  Only
    // safe to access on owning thread.
    Context* mWeakRef;

    nsCOMPtr<nsISerialEventTarget> mOwningEventTarget;


  // Different objects hold references to the Context while some work is being
  // performed asynchronously.  These objects must implement the Activity
  // interface and register themselves with the AddActivity().  When they are
  // destroyed they must call RemoveActivity().  This allows the Context to
  // cancel any outstanding Activity work when the Context is cancelled.
  class Activity {
    virtual void Cancel() = 0;
    virtual bool MatchesCacheId(CacheId aCacheId) const = 0;

  // Create a Context attached to the given Manager.  The given Action
  // will run on the QuotaManager IO thread.  Note, this Action must
  // be execute synchronously.
  static already_AddRefed<Context> Create(Manager* aManager,
                                          nsISerialEventTarget* aTarget,
                                          Action* aInitAction,
                                          Context* aOldContext);

  // Execute given action on the target once the quota manager has been
  // initialized.
  // Only callable from the thread that created the Context.
  void Dispatch(Action* aAction);

  // Cancel any Actions running or waiting to run.  This should allow the
  // Context to be released and Listener::RemoveContext() will be called
  // when complete.
  // Only callable from the thread that created the Context.
  void CancelAll();

  // True if CancelAll() has been called.
  bool IsCanceled() const;

  // Like CancelAll(), but also marks the Manager as "invalid".
  void Invalidate();

  // Remove any self references and allow the Context to be released when
  // there are no more Actions to process.
  void AllowToClose();

  // Cancel any Actions running or waiting to run that operate on the given
  // cache ID.
  // Only callable from the thread that created the Context.
  void CancelForCacheId(CacheId aCacheId);

  void AddActivity(Activity* aActivity);
  void RemoveActivity(Activity* aActivity);

  const QuotaInfo& GetQuotaInfo() const { return mQuotaInfo; }

  // Tell the Context that some state information has been orphaned in the
  // data store and won't be cleaned up.  The Context will leave the marker
  // in place to trigger cleanup the next times its opened.
  void NoteOrphanedData();

  class Data;
  class QuotaInitRunnable;
  class ActionRunnable;

  enum State {

  struct PendingAction {
    nsCOMPtr<nsIEventTarget> mTarget;
    RefPtr<Action> mAction;

  Context(Manager* aManager, nsISerialEventTarget* aTarget,
          Action* aInitAction);
  void Init(Context* aOldContext);
  void Start();
  void DispatchAction(Action* aAction, bool aDoomData = false);
  void OnQuotaInit(nsresult aRv, const QuotaInfo& aQuotaInfo,
                   already_AddRefed<DirectoryLock> aDirectoryLock);

  already_AddRefed<ThreadsafeHandle> CreateThreadsafeHandle();

  void SetNextContext(Context* aNextContext);

  void DoomTargetData();

  RefPtr<Manager> mManager;
  nsCOMPtr<nsISerialEventTarget> mTarget;
  RefPtr<Data> mData;
  State mState;
  bool mOrphanedData;
  QuotaInfo mQuotaInfo;
  RefPtr<QuotaInitRunnable> mInitRunnable;
  RefPtr<Action> mInitAction;
  nsTArray<PendingAction> mPendingActions;

  // Weak refs since activites must remove themselves from this list before
  // being destroyed by calling RemoveActivity().
  typedef nsTObserverArray<Activity*> ActivityList;
  ActivityList mActivityList;

  // The ThreadsafeHandle may have a strong ref back to us.  This creates
  // a ref-cycle that keeps the Context alive.  The ref-cycle is broken
  // when ThreadsafeHandle::AllowToClose() is called.
  RefPtr<ThreadsafeHandle> mThreadsafeHandle;

  RefPtr<DirectoryLock> mDirectoryLock;
  RefPtr<Context> mNextContext;


}  // namespace cache
}  // namespace dom
}  // namespace mozilla

#endif  // mozilla_dom_cache_Context_h