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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 <memory>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/compiler_specific.h"
#include "base/environment.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/observer_list.h"
#include "base/optional.h"
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
#include "net/base/proxy_server.h"
#include "net/proxy_resolution/proxy_config_service.h"
#include "net/proxy_resolution/proxy_config_with_annotation.h"
#include "starboard/types.h"
namespace base {
class SingleThreadTaskRunner;
class SequencedTaskRunner;
} // namespace base
namespace net {
// Implementation of ProxyConfigService that retrieves the system proxy
// settings from environment variables, gconf, gsettings, or kioslaverc (KDE).
class NET_EXPORT_PRIVATE ProxyConfigServiceLinux : public ProxyConfigService {
class Delegate;
class SettingGetter {
// Buffer size used in some implementations of this class when reading
// files. Defined here so unit tests can construct worst-case inputs.
static const size_t BUFFER_SIZE = 512;
SettingGetter() {}
virtual ~SettingGetter() {}
// Initializes the class: obtains a gconf/gsettings client, or simulates
// one, in the concrete implementations. Returns true on success. Must be
// called before using other methods, and should be called on the thread
// running the glib main loop.
// This interface supports both GNOME and KDE implementations. In the
// case of GNOME, the glib_task_runner will be used for interacting with
// gconf/gsettings as those APIs have thread affinity. Whereas in the case
// of KDE, its configuration files will be monitored at well-known locations
// and glib_task_runner will not be used. Instead, blocking file I/O
// operations will be posted directly using the task scheduler.
virtual bool Init(const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>&
glib_task_runner) = 0;
// Releases the gconf/gsettings client, which clears cached directories and
// stops notifications.
virtual void ShutDown() = 0;
// Requests notification of gconf/gsettings changes for proxy
// settings. Returns true on success.
virtual bool SetUpNotifications(Delegate* delegate) = 0;
// Returns the message loop for the thread on which this object
// handles notifications, and also on which it must be destroyed.
// Returns NULL if it does not matter.
virtual const scoped_refptr<base::SequencedTaskRunner>&
GetNotificationTaskRunner() = 0;
// These are all the values that can be fetched. We used to just use the
// corresponding paths in gconf for these, but gconf is now obsolete and
// in the future we'll be using mostly gsettings/kioslaverc so we
// enumerate them instead to avoid unnecessary string operations.
enum StringSetting {
enum BoolSetting {
enum IntSetting {
enum StringListSetting {
// Given a PROXY_*_HOST value, return the corresponding PROXY_*_PORT value.
static IntSetting HostSettingToPortSetting(StringSetting host) {
switch (host) {
return PROXY_HTTP_PORT; // Placate compiler.
// Gets a string type value from the data source and stores it in
// |*result|. Returns false if the key is unset or on error. Must only be
// called after a successful call to Init(), and not after a failed call
// to SetUpNotifications() or after calling Release().
virtual bool GetString(StringSetting key, std::string* result) = 0;
// Same thing for a bool typed value.
virtual bool GetBool(BoolSetting key, bool* result) = 0;
// Same for an int typed value.
virtual bool GetInt(IntSetting key, int* result) = 0;
// And for a string list.
virtual bool GetStringList(StringListSetting key,
std::vector<std::string>* result) = 0;
// Returns true if the bypass list should be interpreted as a proxy
// whitelist rather than blacklist. (This is KDE-specific.)
virtual bool BypassListIsReversed() = 0;
// Returns true if the bypass rules should be interpreted as
// suffix-matching rules.
virtual bool MatchHostsUsingSuffixMatching() = 0;
// ProxyConfigServiceLinux is created on the glib thread, and
// SetUpAndFetchInitialConfig() is immediately called to synchronously
// fetch the original configuration and set up change notifications on
// the ProxyConfigService's main SequencedTaskRunner, which is passed to its
// constructor (Which may or may not run tasks on the glib thread).
// Past that point, it is accessed periodically through the
// ProxyConfigService interface (GetLatestProxyConfig, AddObserver,
// RemoveObserver) from the main TaskRunner.
// Setting change notification callbacks can occur at any time and are
// run on either the glib thread (gconf/gsettings) or a separate file thread
// (KDE). The new settings are fetched on that thread, and the resulting proxy
// config is posted to the main TaskRunner through
// Delegate::SetNewProxyConfig(). We then notify observers on that TaskRunner
// of the configuration change.
// ProxyConfigServiceLinux is deleted from the main TaskRunner.
// The substance of the ProxyConfigServiceLinux implementation is
// wrapped in the Delegate ref counted class. On deleting the
// ProxyConfigServiceLinux, Delegate::OnDestroy() is posted to either
// the glib thread (gconf/gsettings) or a file thread (KDE) where change
// notifications will be safely stopped before releasing Delegate.
class Delegate : public base::RefCountedThreadSafe<Delegate> {
// Test code can set |setting_getter| and |traffic_annotation|. If left
// unspecified, reasonable defaults will be used.
Delegate(std::unique_ptr<base::Environment> env_var_getter,
base::Optional<std::unique_ptr<SettingGetter>> setting_getter,
base::Optional<NetworkTrafficAnnotationTag> traffic_annotation);
// Synchronously obtains the proxy configuration. If gconf,
// gsettings, or kioslaverc are used, also enables notifications for
// setting changes. gconf/gsettings must only be accessed from the
// thread running the default glib main loop, and so this method
// must be called from the glib thread. The message loop for the
// ProxyConfigService's main SequencedTaskRunner is specified so that
// notifications can post tasks to it (and for assertions).
void SetUpAndFetchInitialConfig(
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& glib_task_runner,
const scoped_refptr<base::SequencedTaskRunner>& main_task_runner,
const NetworkTrafficAnnotationTag& traffic_annotation);
// Handler for setting change notifications: fetches a new proxy
// configuration from settings, and if this config is different
// than what we had before, posts a task to have it stored in
// cached_config_.
// Left public for simplicity.
void OnCheckProxyConfigSettings();
// Called on the service's main TaskRunner.
void AddObserver(Observer* observer);
void RemoveObserver(Observer* observer);
ProxyConfigService::ConfigAvailability GetLatestProxyConfig(
ProxyConfigWithAnnotation* config);
// Posts a call to OnDestroy() to the glib or a file task runner,
// depending on the setting getter in use. Called from
// ProxyConfigServiceLinux's destructor.
void PostDestroyTask();
// Safely stops change notifications. Posted to either the glib thread or
// sequenced task runner, depending on the setting getter in use.
void OnDestroy();
friend class base::RefCountedThreadSafe<Delegate>;
// Obtains an environment variable's value. Parses a proxy server
// specification from it and puts it in result. Returns true if the
// requested variable is defined and the value valid.
bool GetProxyFromEnvVarForScheme(base::StringPiece variable,
ProxyServer::Scheme scheme,
ProxyServer* result_server);
// As above but with scheme set to HTTP, for convenience.
bool GetProxyFromEnvVar(base::StringPiece variable,
ProxyServer* result_server);
// Returns a proxy config based on the environment variables, or empty value
// on failure.
base::Optional<ProxyConfigWithAnnotation> GetConfigFromEnv();
// Obtains host and port config settings and parses a proxy server
// specification from it and puts it in result. Returns true if the
// requested variable is defined and the value valid.
bool GetProxyFromSettings(SettingGetter::StringSetting host_key,
ProxyServer* result_server);
// Returns a proxy config based on the settings, or empty value
// on failure.
base::Optional<ProxyConfigWithAnnotation> GetConfigFromSettings();
// This method is posted from the glib thread to the main TaskRunner to
// carry the new config information.
void SetNewProxyConfig(
const base::Optional<ProxyConfigWithAnnotation>& new_config);
// This method is run on the getter's notification thread.
void SetUpNotifications();
std::unique_ptr<base::Environment> env_var_getter_;
std::unique_ptr<SettingGetter> setting_getter_;
// Cached proxy configuration, to be returned by
// GetLatestProxyConfig. Initially populated from the glib thread, but
// afterwards only accessed from the main TaskRunner.
base::Optional<ProxyConfigWithAnnotation> cached_config_;
// A copy kept on the glib thread of the last seen proxy config, so as
// to avoid posting a call to SetNewProxyConfig when we get a
// notification but the config has not actually changed.
base::Optional<ProxyConfigWithAnnotation> reference_config_;
// The task runner for the glib thread, aka main browser thread. This thread
// is where we run the glib main loop (see
// base/message_loop/message_pump_glib.h). It is the glib default loop in
// the sense that it runs the glib default context: as in the context where
// sources are added by g_timeout_add and g_idle_add, and returned by
// g_main_context_default. gconf uses glib timeouts and idles and possibly
// other callbacks that will all be dispatched on this thread. Since gconf
// is not thread safe, any use of gconf must be done on the thread running
// this loop.
scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner> glib_task_runner_;
// Task runner for the main TaskRunner. GetLatestProxyConfig() is called
// from the thread running this loop.
scoped_refptr<base::SequencedTaskRunner> main_task_runner_;
base::ObserverList<Observer>::Unchecked observers_;
MutableNetworkTrafficAnnotationTag traffic_annotation_;
// Thin wrapper shell around Delegate.
// Usual constructor
// For testing: take alternate setting and env var getter implementations.
explicit ProxyConfigServiceLinux(
std::unique_ptr<base::Environment> env_var_getter,
const NetworkTrafficAnnotationTag& traffic_annotation);
std::unique_ptr<base::Environment> env_var_getter,
SettingGetter* setting_getter, // TODO(eroman): Use std::unique_ptr.
const NetworkTrafficAnnotationTag& traffic_annotation);
~ProxyConfigServiceLinux() override;
void SetupAndFetchInitialConfig(
const scoped_refptr<base::SingleThreadTaskRunner>& glib_task_runner,
const scoped_refptr<base::SequencedTaskRunner>& main_task_runner,
const NetworkTrafficAnnotationTag& traffic_annotation) {
delegate_->SetUpAndFetchInitialConfig(glib_task_runner, main_task_runner,
void OnCheckProxyConfigSettings() {
// ProxyConfigService methods:
// Called from main TaskRunner.
void AddObserver(Observer* observer) override;
void RemoveObserver(Observer* observer) override;
ProxyConfigService::ConfigAvailability GetLatestProxyConfig(
ProxyConfigWithAnnotation* config) override;
scoped_refptr<Delegate> delegate_;
} // namespace net