author Ed Morley <>
Tue, 30 Oct 2012 17:02:31 +0000
changeset 120431 ad1d720d82b7f84d3c7e50f4b02b7c3201662ddb
parent 118758 78f0949318a5214b732aae686a645c8bc6656f02
child 121868 3216284b25b5e386e40cd4af727455309123b353
permissions -rw-r--r--
Backout a145ded68994, e0cf397089ec & 1545e91c658e (bug 798491) for bustage on a CLOSED TREE

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; 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
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#ifndef imgRequestProxy_h__
#define imgRequestProxy_h__

#include "imgIRequest.h"
#include "imgINotificationObserver.h"
#include "nsISecurityInfoProvider.h"

#include "nsIRequestObserver.h"
#include "nsIChannel.h"
#include "nsILoadGroup.h"
#include "nsISupportsPriority.h"
#include "nsITimedChannel.h"
#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "nsAutoPtr.h"
#include "nsThreadUtils.h"

#include "imgRequest.h"

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class imgRequestNotifyRunnable;
class imgStatusNotifyRunnable;

namespace mozilla {
namespace image {
class Image;
} // namespace image
} // namespace mozilla

class imgRequestProxy : public imgIRequest, 
                        public nsISupportsPriority, 
                        public nsISecurityInfoProvider,
                        public nsITimedChannel
  // nsITimedChannel declared below

  virtual ~imgRequestProxy();

  // Callers to Init or ChangeOwner are required to call NotifyListener after
  // (although not immediately after) doing so.
  nsresult Init(imgStatusTracker* aStatusTracker,
                nsILoadGroup *aLoadGroup,
                nsIURI* aURI, imgINotificationObserver *aObserver);

  nsresult ChangeOwner(imgRequest *aNewOwner); // this will change mOwner.  Do not call this if the previous
                                               // owner has already sent notifications out!

  void AddToLoadGroup();
  void RemoveFromLoadGroup(bool releaseLoadGroup);

  inline bool HasObserver() const {
    return mListener != nullptr;

  // Asynchronously notify this proxy's listener of the current state of the
  // image, and, if we have an imgRequest mOwner, any status changes that
  // happen between the time this function is called and the time the
  // notification is scheduled.
  void NotifyListener();

  // Synchronously notify this proxy's listener of the current state of the
  // image. Only use this function if you are currently servicing an
  // asynchronously-called function.
  void SyncNotifyListener();

  // Whether we want notifications from imgStatusTracker to be deferred until
  // an event it has scheduled has been fired.
  bool NotificationsDeferred() const
    return mDeferNotifications;
  void SetNotificationsDeferred(bool aDeferNotifications)
    mDeferNotifications = aDeferNotifications;

  // XXXbholley - This eventually gets folded into the new notification API.
  void SetHasImage();

  // Removes all animation consumers that were created with
  // IncrementAnimationConsumers. This is necessary since we need
  // to do it before the proxy itself is destroyed. See
  // imgRequest::RemoveProxy
  void ClearAnimationConsumers();

  friend class imgStatusTracker;
  friend class imgStatusNotifyRunnable;
  friend class imgRequestNotifyRunnable;

  class imgCancelRunnable;
  friend class imgCancelRunnable;

  class imgCancelRunnable : public nsRunnable
      imgCancelRunnable(imgRequestProxy* owner, nsresult status)
        : mOwner(owner), mStatus(status)

      NS_IMETHOD Run() {
        return NS_OK;

      nsRefPtr<imgRequestProxy> mOwner;
      nsresult mStatus;

  // The following notification functions are protected to ensure that (friend
  // class) imgStatusTracker is the only class allowed to send us
  // notifications.

  /* non-virtual imgIDecoderObserver methods */
  void OnStartContainer  ();
  void OnFrameUpdate     (const nsIntRect * aRect);
  void OnStopFrame       ();
  void OnStopDecode      ();
  void OnDiscard         ();
  void OnImageIsAnimated ();

  /* non-virtual sort-of-nsIRequestObserver methods */
  void OnStartRequest();
  void OnStopRequest(bool aLastPart);

  /* non-virtual imgIOnloadBlocker methods */
  void BlockOnload();
  void UnblockOnload();

  /* Finish up canceling ourselves */
  void DoCancel(nsresult status);

  /* Do the proper refcount management to null out mListener */
  void NullOutListener();

  void DoRemoveFromLoadGroup() {

  // Return the imgStatusTracker associated with mOwner and/or mImage. It may
  // live either on mOwner or mImage, depending on whether
  //   (a) we have an mOwner at all
  //   (b) whether mOwner has instantiated its image yet
  virtual imgStatusTracker& GetStatusTracker() const;

  nsITimedChannel* TimedChannel()
    if (!mOwner)
      return nullptr;
    return mOwner->mTimedChannel;

  virtual mozilla::image::Image* GetImage() const;

  nsresult PerformClone(imgINotificationObserver* aObserver,
                        imgRequestProxy* (aAllocFn)(imgRequestProxy*),
                        imgIRequest** aClone);


  friend class imgCacheValidator;

  // We maintain the following invariant:
  // The proxy is registered at most with a single imgRequest as an observer,
  // and whenever it is, mOwner points to that object. This helps ensure that
  // imgRequestProxy::~imgRequestProxy unregisters the proxy as an observer
  // from whatever request it was registered with (if any). This, in turn,
  // means that imgRequest::mObservers will not have any stale pointers in it.
  nsRefPtr<imgRequest> mOwner;

  // The URI of our request.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIURI> mURI;

  // mListener is only promised to be a weak ref (see imgILoader.idl),
  // but we actually keep a strong ref to it until we've seen our
  // first OnStopRequest.
  imgINotificationObserver* mListener;
  nsCOMPtr<nsILoadGroup> mLoadGroup;

  nsLoadFlags mLoadFlags;
  uint32_t    mLockCount;
  uint32_t    mAnimationConsumers;
  bool mCanceled;
  bool mIsInLoadGroup;
  bool mListenerIsStrongRef;
  bool mDecodeRequested;

  // Whether we want to defer our notifications by the non-virtual Observer
  // interfaces as image loads proceed.
  bool mDeferNotifications;

  // We only want to send OnStartContainer once for each proxy, but we might
  // get multiple OnStartContainer calls.
  bool mSentStartContainer;

    bool mOwnerHasImage;

// Used for static image proxies for which no requests are available, so
// certain behaviours must be overridden to compensate.
class imgRequestProxyStatic : public imgRequestProxy

  imgRequestProxyStatic(mozilla::image::Image* aImage,
                        nsIPrincipal* aPrincipal)
                       : mImage(aImage)
                       , mPrincipal(aPrincipal)
    mOwnerHasImage = true;

  NS_IMETHOD GetImagePrincipal(nsIPrincipal** aPrincipal) MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual imgStatusTracker& GetStatusTracker() const MOZ_OVERRIDE;

  NS_IMETHOD Clone(imgINotificationObserver* aObserver,
                   imgIRequest** aClone) MOZ_OVERRIDE;

  friend imgRequestProxy* NewStaticProxy(imgRequestProxy*);

  // Our image. We have to hold a strong reference here, because that's normally
  // the job of the underlying request.
  nsRefPtr<mozilla::image::Image> mImage;

  // Our principal. We have to cache it, rather than accessing the underlying
  // request on-demand, because static proxies don't have an underlying request.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIPrincipal> mPrincipal;

  mozilla::image::Image* GetImage() const MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  using imgRequestProxy::GetImage;

#endif // imgRequestProxy_h__