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#ifndef nsExternalHelperAppService_h__
#define nsExternalHelperAppService_h__

#define FORCE_PR_LOG
#include "prlog.h"
#include "prtime.h"

#include "nsInt64.h"

#include "nsIExternalHelperAppService.h"
#include "nsIExternalProtocolService.h"
#include "nsIWebProgressListener2.h"
#include "nsIHelperAppLauncherDialog.h"

#include "nsIMIMEInfo.h"
#include "nsIMIMEService.h"
#include "nsIStreamListener.h"
#include "nsIFile.h"
#include "nsIFileStreams.h"
#include "nsIOutputStream.h"
#include "nsString.h"
#include "nsIInterfaceRequestor.h"
#include "nsIInterfaceRequestorUtils.h"
#include "nsILocalFile.h"
#include "nsIChannel.h"
#include "nsITimer.h"

#include "nsIHandlerService.h"
#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "nsIObserver.h"
#include "nsCOMArray.h"
#include "nsWeakReference.h"
#include "nsIPrompt.h"

class nsExternalAppHandler;
class nsIMIMEInfo;
class nsITransfer;
class nsIDOMWindowInternal;

 * The helper app service. Responsible for handling content that Mozilla
 * itself can not handle
class nsExternalHelperAppService
: public nsIExternalHelperAppService,
  public nsPIExternalAppLauncher,
  public nsIExternalProtocolService,
  public nsIMIMEService,
  public nsIObserver,
  public nsSupportsWeakReference

  virtual ~nsExternalHelperAppService();

   * Initializes internal state. Will be called automatically when
   * this service is first instantiated.
  NS_HIDDEN_(nsresult) Init();
   * Given a mimetype and an extension, looks up a mime info from the OS.
   * The mime type is given preference. This function follows the same rules
   * as nsIMIMEService::GetFromTypeAndExtension.
   * This is supposed to be overridden by the platform-specific
   * nsOSHelperAppService!
   * @param aFileExt The file extension; may be empty. UTF-8 encoded.
   * @param [out] aFound
   *        Should be set to PR_TRUE if the os has a mapping, to
   *        PR_FALSE otherwise. Must not be null.
   * @return A MIMEInfo. This function must return a MIMEInfo object if it
   *         can allocate one.  The only justifiable reason for not
   *         returning one is an out-of-memory error.
   *         If null, the value of aFound is unspecified.
  virtual already_AddRefed<nsIMIMEInfo> GetMIMEInfoFromOS(const nsACString& aMIMEType,
                                                          const nsACString& aFileExt,
                                                          PRBool     * aFound) = 0;

   * Given a string identifying an application, create an nsIFile representing
   * it. This function should look in $PATH for the application.
   * The base class implementation will first try to interpret platformAppPath
   * as an absolute path, and if that fails it will look for a file next to the
   * mozilla executable. Subclasses can override this method if they want a
   * different behaviour.
   * @param platformAppPath A platform specific path to an application that we
   *                        got out of the rdf data source. This can be a mac
   *                        file spec, a unix path or a windows path depending
   *                        on the platform
   * @param aFile           [out] An nsIFile representation of that platform
   *                        application path.
  virtual nsresult GetFileTokenForPath(const PRUnichar * platformAppPath,
                                       nsIFile ** aFile);

  virtual NS_HIDDEN_(nsresult) OSProtocolHandlerExists(const char *aScheme,
                                                       PRBool *aExists) = 0;

   * Simple accessor to let nsExternalAppHandler know if we are currently
   * inside the private browsing mode.
  PRBool InPrivateBrowsing() const { return mInPrivateBrowsing; }

   * Searches the "extra" array of MIMEInfo objects for an object
   * with a specific type. If found, it will modify the passed-in
   * MIMEInfo. Otherwise, it will return an error and the MIMEInfo
   * will be untouched.
   * @param aContentType The type to search for.
   * @param aMIMEInfo    [inout] The mime info, if found
  NS_HIDDEN_(nsresult) FillMIMEInfoForMimeTypeFromExtras(
    const nsACString& aContentType, nsIMIMEInfo * aMIMEInfo);
   * Searches the "extra" array of MIMEInfo objects for an object
   * with a specific extension.
   * Does not change the MIME Type of the MIME Info.
   * @see FillMIMEInfoForMimeTypeFromExtras
  NS_HIDDEN_(nsresult) FillMIMEInfoForExtensionFromExtras(
    const nsACString& aExtension, nsIMIMEInfo * aMIMEInfo);

   * Searches the "extra" array for a MIME type, and gets its extension.
   * @param aExtension The extension to search for
   * @param aMIMEType [out] The found MIME type.
   * @return PR_TRUE if the extension was found, PR_FALSE otherwise.
  NS_HIDDEN_(PRBool) GetTypeFromExtras(const nsACString& aExtension,
                                       nsACString& aMIMEType);

   * Fixes the file permissions to be correct. Base class has a no-op
   * implementation, subclasses can use this to correctly inherit ACLs from the
   * parent directory, to make the permissions obey the umask, etc.
  virtual void FixFilePermissions(nsILocalFile* aFile);

   * NSPR Logging Module. Usage: set NSPR_LOG_MODULES=HelperAppService:level,
   * where level should be 2 for errors, 3 for debug messages from the cross-
   * platform nsExternalHelperAppService, and 4 for os-specific debug messages.
  static PRLogModuleInfo* mLog;

  // friend, so that it can access the nspr log module and FixFilePermissions
  friend class nsExternalAppHandler;
  friend class nsExternalLoadRequest;

   * Helper function for ExpungeTemporaryFiles and ExpungeTemporaryPrivateFiles
  static void ExpungeTemporaryFilesHelper(nsCOMArray<nsILocalFile> &fileList);
   * Functions related to the tempory file cleanup service provided by
   * nsExternalHelperAppService
  void ExpungeTemporaryFiles();
   * Functions related to the tempory file cleanup service provided by
   * nsExternalHelperAppService (for the temporary files added during
   * the private browsing mode)
  void ExpungeTemporaryPrivateFiles();
   * Array for the files that should be deleted
  nsCOMArray<nsILocalFile> mTemporaryFilesList;
   * Array for the files that should be deleted (for the temporary files
   * added during the private browsing mode)
  nsCOMArray<nsILocalFile> mTemporaryPrivateFilesList;
   * Whether we are in private browsing mode
  PRBool mInPrivateBrowsing;

 * An external app handler is just a small little class that presents itself as
 * a nsIStreamListener. It saves the incoming data into a temp file. The handler
 * is bound to an application when it is created. When it receives an
 * OnStopRequest it launches the application using the temp file it has
 * stored the data into.  We create a handler every time we have to process
 * data using a helper app.
class nsExternalAppHandler : public nsIStreamListener,
                             public nsIHelperAppLauncher,
                             public nsITimerCallback

   * @param aMIMEInfo      MIMEInfo object, representing the type of the
   *                       content that should be handled
   * @param aFileExtension The extension we need to append to our temp file,
   *                       INCLUDING the ".". e.g. .mp3
   * @param aWindowContext Window context, as passed to DoContent
   * @param aFileName      The filename to use
   * @param aReason        A constant from nsIHelperAppLauncherDialog indicating
   *                       why the request is handled by a helper app.
  nsExternalAppHandler(nsIMIMEInfo * aMIMEInfo, const nsCSubstring& aFileExtension,
                       nsIInterfaceRequestor * aWindowContext,
                       const nsAString& aFilename,
                       PRUint32 aReason, PRBool aForceSave);


  nsCOMPtr<nsIFile> mTempFile;
  nsCOMPtr<nsIURI> mSourceUrl;
  nsString mTempFileExtension;
   * The MIME Info for this load. Will never be null.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIMIMEInfo> mMimeInfo;
  nsCOMPtr<nsIOutputStream> mOutStream; /**< output stream to the temp file */
  nsCOMPtr<nsIInterfaceRequestor> mWindowContext;

   * Used to close the window on a timer, to avoid any exceptions that are
   * thrown if we try to close the window before it's fully loaded.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIDOMWindowInternal> mWindowToClose;
  nsCOMPtr<nsITimer> mTimer;

   * The following field is set if we were processing an http channel that had
   * a content disposition header which specified the SUGGESTED file name we
   * should present to the user in the save to disk dialog. 
  nsString mSuggestedFileName;

   * If set, this handler should forcibly save the file to disk regardless of
   * MIME info settings or anything else, without ever popping up the 
   * unknown content type handling dialog.
  PRPackedBool mForceSave;
   * The canceled flag is set if the user canceled the launching of this
   * application before we finished saving the data to a temp file.
  PRPackedBool mCanceled;

   * This is set based on whether the channel indicates that a new window
   * was opened specifically for this download.  If so, then we
   * close it.
  PRPackedBool mShouldCloseWindow;

   * have we received information from the user about how they want to
   * dispose of this content
  PRPackedBool mReceivedDispositionInfo;
  PRPackedBool mStopRequestIssued; 
  PRPackedBool mProgressListenerInitialized;

  PRPackedBool mIsFileChannel;

   * One of the REASON_ constants from nsIHelperAppLauncherDialog. Indicates the
   * reason the dialog was shown (unknown content type, server requested it,
   * etc).
  PRUint32 mReason;

   * Track the executable-ness of the temporary file.
  PRBool mTempFileIsExecutable;

  PRTime mTimeDownloadStarted;
  nsInt64 mContentLength;
  nsInt64 mProgress; /**< Number of bytes received (for sending progress notifications). */

   * When we are told to save the temp file to disk (in a more permament
   * location) before we are done writing the content to a temp file, then
   * we need to remember the final destination until we are ready to use it.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIFile> mFinalFileDestination;

  PRUint32 mBufferSize;
  char    *mDataBuffer;

   * Creates the temporary file for the download and an output stream for it.
   * Upon successful return, both mTempFile and mOutStream will be valid.
  nsresult SetUpTempFile(nsIChannel * aChannel);
   * When we download a helper app, we are going to retarget all load
   * notifications into our own docloader and load group instead of
   * using the window which initiated the load....RetargetLoadNotifications
   * contains that information...
  void RetargetLoadNotifications(nsIRequest *request); 
   * If the user tells us how they want to dispose of the content and
   * we still haven't finished downloading while they were deciding,
   * then create a progress listener of some kind so they know
   * what's going on...
  nsresult CreateProgressListener();
  nsresult PromptForSaveToFile(nsILocalFile ** aNewFile,
                               const nsAFlatString &aDefaultFile,
                               const nsAFlatString &aDefaultFileExt);

   * After we're done prompting the user for any information, if the original
   * channel had a refresh url associated with it (which might point to a
   * "thank you for downloading" kind of page, then process that....It is safe
   * to invoke this method multiple times. We'll clear mOriginalChannel after
   * it's called and this ensures we won't call it again....
  void ProcessAnyRefreshTags();

   * An internal method used to actually move the temp file to the final
   * destination once we done receiving data AND have showed the progress dialog
  nsresult MoveFile(nsIFile * aNewFileLocation);
   * An internal method used to actually launch a helper app given the temp file
   * once we are done receiving data AND have showed the progress dialog.
   * Uses the application specified in the mime info.
  nsresult OpenWithApplication();
   * Helper routine which peaks at the mime action specified by mMimeInfo
   * and calls either MoveFile or OpenWithApplication
  nsresult ExecuteDesiredAction();
   * Helper routine that searches a pref string for a given mime type
  PRBool GetNeverAskFlagFromPref(const char * prefName, const char * aContentType);

   * Initialize an nsITransfer object for use as a progress object
  nsresult InitializeDownload(nsITransfer*);
   * Helper routine to ensure mSuggestedFileName is "correct";
   * this ensures that mTempFileExtension only contains an extension when it
   * is different from mSuggestedFileName's extension.
  void EnsureSuggestedFileName();

  typedef enum { kReadError, kWriteError, kLaunchError } ErrorType;
   * Utility function to send proper error notification to web progress listener
  void SendStatusChange(ErrorType type, nsresult aStatus, nsIRequest *aRequest, const nsAFlatString &path);

   * Closes the window context if it does not have a refresh header
   * and it never displayed content before the external helper app
   * service was invoked.
  nsresult MaybeCloseWindow();

  nsCOMPtr<nsIWebProgressListener2> mWebProgressListener;
  nsCOMPtr<nsIChannel> mOriginalChannel; /**< in the case of a redirect, this will be the pre-redirect channel. */
  nsCOMPtr<nsIHelperAppLauncherDialog> mDialog;

   * Keep request alive in case when helper non-modal dialog shown.
   * Thus in OnStopRequest the mRequest will not be set to null (it will be set to null further).
  PRBool mKeepRequestAlive;

   * The request that's being loaded. Initialized in OnStartRequest.
   * Nulled out in OnStopRequest or once we know what we're doing
   * with the data, whichever happens later.
  nsCOMPtr<nsIRequest> mRequest;

extern NS_HIDDEN_(nsExternalHelperAppService*) gExtProtSvc;

#endif // nsExternalHelperAppService_h__