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// Copyright (c) 2011 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 "base/basictypes.h"
#include "net/base/completion_callback.h"
#include "net/http/http_byte_range.h"
#include "net/http/http_request_headers.h"
namespace disk_cache {
class Entry;
namespace net {
class HttpResponseHeaders;
class IOBuffer;
// This class provides support for dealing with range requests and the
// subsequent partial-content responses. We use sparse cache entries to store
// these requests. This class is tightly integrated with HttpCache::Transaction
// and it is intended to allow a cleaner implementation of that class.
// In order to fulfill range requests, we may have to perform a sequence of
// reads from the cache, interleaved with reads from the network / writes to the
// cache. This class basically keeps track of the data required to perform each
// of those individual network / cache requests.
class PartialData {
// Performs initialization of the object by examining the request |headers|
// and verifying that we can process the requested range. Returns true if
// we can process the requested range, and false otherwise.
bool Init(const HttpRequestHeaders& headers);
// Sets the headers that we should use to make byte range requests. This is a
// subset of the request extra headers, with byte-range related headers
// removed.
void SetHeaders(const HttpRequestHeaders& headers);
// Restores the byte-range headers, by appending the byte range to the headers
// provided to SetHeaders().
void RestoreHeaders(HttpRequestHeaders* headers) const;
// Starts the checks to perform a cache validation. Returns 0 when there is no
// need to perform more operations because we reached the end of the request
// (so 0 bytes should be actually returned to the user), a positive number to
// indicate that PrepareCacheValidation should be called, or an appropriate
// error code. If this method returns ERR_IO_PENDING, the |callback| will be
// notified when the result is ready.
int ShouldValidateCache(disk_cache::Entry* entry,
const CompletionCallback& callback);
// Builds the required |headers| to perform the proper cache validation for
// the next range to be fetched.
void PrepareCacheValidation(disk_cache::Entry* entry,
HttpRequestHeaders* headers);
// Returns true if the current range is stored in the cache.
bool IsCurrentRangeCached() const;
// Returns true if the current range is the last one needed to fulfill the
// user's request.
bool IsLastRange() const;
// Extracts info from headers already stored in the cache. Returns false if
// there is any problem with the headers. |truncated| should be true if we
// have an incomplete 200 entry.
bool UpdateFromStoredHeaders(const HttpResponseHeaders* headers,
disk_cache::Entry* entry, bool truncated);
// Sets the byte current range to start again at zero (for a truncated entry).
void SetRangeToStartDownload();
// Returns true if the requested range is valid given the stored data.
bool IsRequestedRangeOK();
// Returns true if the response headers match what we expect, false otherwise.
bool ResponseHeadersOK(const HttpResponseHeaders* headers);
// Fixes the response headers to include the right content length and range.
// |success| is the result of the whole request so if it's false, we'll change
// the result code to be 416.
void FixResponseHeaders(HttpResponseHeaders* headers, bool success);
// Fixes the content length that we want to store in the cache.
void FixContentLength(HttpResponseHeaders* headers);
// Reads up to |data_len| bytes from the cache and stores them in the provided
// buffer (|data|). Basically, this is just a wrapper around the API of the
// cache that provides the right arguments for the current range. When the IO
// operation completes, OnCacheReadCompleted() must be called with the result
// of the operation.
int CacheRead(disk_cache::Entry* entry, IOBuffer* data, int data_len,
const net::CompletionCallback& callback);
// Writes |data_len| bytes to cache. This is basically a wrapper around the
// API of the cache that provides the right arguments for the current range.
int CacheWrite(disk_cache::Entry* entry, IOBuffer* data, int data_len,
const net::CompletionCallback& callback);
// This method should be called when CacheRead() finishes the read, to update
// the internal state about the current range.
void OnCacheReadCompleted(int result);
// This method should be called after receiving data from the network, to
// update the internal state about the current range.
void OnNetworkReadCompleted(int result);
bool initial_validation() const { return initial_validation_; }
class Core;
// Returns the length to use when scanning the cache.
int GetNextRangeLen();
// Completion routine for our callback.
void GetAvailableRangeCompleted(int result, int64 start);
int64 current_range_start_;
int64 cached_start_;
int64 resource_size_;
int cached_min_len_;
HttpByteRange byte_range_; // The range requested by the user.
// The clean set of extra headers (no ranges).
HttpRequestHeaders extra_headers_;
bool range_present_; // True if next range entry is already stored.
bool final_range_;
bool sparse_entry_;
bool truncated_; // We have an incomplete 200 stored.
bool initial_validation_; // Only used for truncated entries.
Core* core_;
CompletionCallback callback_;
} // namespace net