author Jonathan Watt <>
Tue, 13 Nov 2018 12:48:21 +0000
changeset 507498 e3ca695c95b2f5f69e6be409e8be394ade8932b3
parent 464792 a6528c5018d22c41a03fe1353e188ea0f8526d93
child 508163 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1510167. Mark some nsGkAtom* arguments as const in DOM code. r=baku Differential Revision:

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80: */
/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at */

 * nsPropertyTable allows a set of arbitrary key/value pairs to be stored
 * for any number of nodes, in a global hashtable rather than on the nodes
 * themselves.  Nodes can be any type of object; the hashtable keys are
 * nsAtom pointers, and the values are void pointers.

#ifndef nsPropertyTable_h_
#define nsPropertyTable_h_

#include "mozilla/MemoryReporting.h"
#include "nscore.h"

class nsAtom;

typedef void
(*NSPropertyFunc)(void           *aObject,
                  nsAtom        *aPropertyName,
                  void           *aPropertyValue,
                  void           *aData);

 * Callback type for property destructors.  |aObject| is the object
 * the property is being removed for, |aPropertyName| is the property
 * being removed, |aPropertyValue| is the value of the property, and |aData|
 * is the opaque destructor data that was passed to SetProperty().
typedef NSPropertyFunc NSPropertyDtorFunc;
class nsINode;
class nsIFrame;

class nsPropertyOwner
  nsPropertyOwner(const nsPropertyOwner& aOther) : mObject(aOther.mObject) {}

  // These are the types of objects that can own properties. No object should
  // inherit more then one of these classes.
  // To add support for more types just add to this list.
  MOZ_IMPLICIT nsPropertyOwner(const nsINode* aObject) : mObject(aObject) {}
  MOZ_IMPLICIT nsPropertyOwner(const nsIFrame* aObject) : mObject(aObject) {}

  operator const void*() { return mObject; }
  const void* get() { return mObject; }

  const void* mObject;

class nsPropertyTable
   * Get the value of the property |aPropertyName| for node |aObject|.
   * |aResult|, if supplied, is filled in with a return status code.
  void* GetProperty(const nsPropertyOwner& aObject,
                    const nsAtom *aPropertyName,
                    nsresult   *aResult = nullptr)
    return GetPropertyInternal(aObject, aPropertyName, false, aResult);

   * Set the value of the property |aPropertyName| to
   * |aPropertyValue| for node |aObject|.  |aDtor| is a destructor for the
   * property value to be called if the property is removed.  It can be null
   * if no destructor is required.  |aDtorData| is an optional pointer to an
   * opaque context to be passed to the property destructor.  Note that the
   * destructor is global for each property name regardless of node; it is an
   * error to set a given property with a different destructor than was used
   * before (this will return NS_ERROR_INVALID_ARG). If |aTransfer| is true
   * the property will be transfered to the new table when the property table
   * for |aObject| changes (currently the tables for nodes are owned by their
   * ownerDocument, so if the ownerDocument for a node changes, its property
   * table changes too). If |aTransfer| is false the property will just be
   * deleted instead.
  nsresult SetProperty(const nsPropertyOwner& aObject,
                       nsAtom* aPropertyName,
                       void* aPropertyValue,
                       NSPropertyDtorFunc aDtor,
                       void* aDtorData,
                       bool aTransfer = false)
    return SetPropertyInternal(aObject, aPropertyName, aPropertyValue,
                               aDtor, aDtorData, aTransfer);

   * Delete the property |aPropertyName| in the global category for object
   * |aObject|. The property's destructor function will be called.
  nsresult DeleteProperty(nsPropertyOwner aObject, const nsAtom* aPropertyName);

   * Unset the property |aPropertyName| in the global category for object
   * |aObject|, but do not call the property's destructor function.  The
   * property value is returned.
  void* UnsetProperty(const nsPropertyOwner& aObject,
                      const nsAtom* aPropertyName,
                      nsresult* aStatus = nullptr)
    return GetPropertyInternal(aObject, aPropertyName, true, aStatus);

   * Deletes all of the properties for object |aObject|, calling the
   * destructor function for each property.
  void DeleteAllPropertiesFor(nsPropertyOwner aObject);

   * Transfers all properties for object |aObject| that were set with the
   * |aTransfer| argument as true to |aTable|. Deletes the other properties
   * for object |aObject|, calling the destructor function for each property.
   * If transfering a property fails, this deletes all the properties for
   * object |aObject|.
  nsresult TransferOrDeleteAllPropertiesFor(nsPropertyOwner aObject,
                                            nsPropertyTable& aOtherTable);

   * Enumerate the properties for object |aObject|.
   * For every property |aCallback| will be called with as arguments |aObject|,
   * the property name, the property value and |aData|.
  void Enumerate(nsPropertyOwner aObject, NSPropertyFunc aCallback, void* aData);

   * Enumerate all the properties.
   * For every property |aCallback| will be called with arguments the owner,
   * the property name, the property value and |aData|.
  void EnumerateAll(NSPropertyFunc aCallback, void *aData);

   * Deletes all of the properties for all objects in the property
   * table, calling the destructor function for each property.
  void DeleteAllProperties();

  nsPropertyTable() : mPropertyList(nullptr) {}
  ~nsPropertyTable() {

   * Function useable as destructor function for property data that is
   * XPCOM objects. The function will call NS_IF_RELASE on the value
   * to destroy it.
  static void SupportsDtorFunc(void *aObject, nsAtom *aPropertyName,
                               void *aPropertyValue, void *aData);

  class PropertyList;

  size_t SizeOfExcludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf aMallocSizeOf) const;
  size_t SizeOfIncludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf aMallocSizeOf) const;

  void DestroyPropertyList();
  PropertyList* GetPropertyListFor(const nsAtom* aPropertyName) const;
  void* GetPropertyInternal(nsPropertyOwner aObject,
                            const nsAtom* aPropertyName,
                            bool aRemove,
                            nsresult* aStatus);
  nsresult SetPropertyInternal(nsPropertyOwner aObject,
                               nsAtom* aPropertyName,
                               void* aPropertyValue,
                               NSPropertyDtorFunc  aDtor,
                               void* aDtorData,
                               bool aTransfer);

  PropertyList *mPropertyList;