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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <map>
#include "base/base_export.h"
#include "base/memory/linked_ptr.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_checker.h"
namespace base {
// This is a helper for classes that want to allow users to stash random data by
// key. At destruction all the objects will be destructed.
class BASE_EXPORT SupportsUserData {
// Derive from this class and add your own data members to associate extra
// information with this object. Alternatively, add this as a public base
// class to any class with a virtual destructor.
class BASE_EXPORT Data {
virtual ~Data() {}
// The user data allows the clients to associate data with this object.
// Multiple user data values can be stored under different keys.
// This object will TAKE OWNERSHIP of the given data pointer, and will
// delete the object if it is changed or the object is destroyed.
Data* GetUserData(const void* key) const;
void SetUserData(const void* key, Data* data);
void RemoveUserData(const void* key);
// SupportsUserData is not thread-safe, and on debug build will assert it is
// only used on one thread. Calling this method allows the caller to hand
// the SupportsUserData instance across threads. Use only if you are taking
// full control of the synchronization of that hand over.
void DetachUserDataThread();
virtual ~SupportsUserData();
typedef std::map<const void*, linked_ptr<Data> > DataMap;
// Externally-defined data accessible by key.
DataMap user_data_;
// Guards usage of |user_data_|
ThreadChecker thread_checker_;
// Adapter class that releases a refcounted object when the
// SupportsUserData::Data object is deleted.
template <typename T>
class UserDataAdapter : public base::SupportsUserData::Data {
static T* Get(SupportsUserData* supports_user_data, const char* key) {
UserDataAdapter* data =
return data ? static_cast<T*>(data->object_.get()) : NULL;
UserDataAdapter(T* object) : object_(object) {}
T* release() { return object_.release(); }
scoped_refptr<T> object_;
} // namespace base