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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 <string>
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/threading/thread_checker.h"
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
#include "net/url_request/url_request.h"
namespace base {
template <typename T> struct DefaultSingletonTraits;
} // namespace base
namespace net {
// This class is responsible for managing the set of protocol factories and
// request interceptors that determine how an URLRequestJob gets created to
// handle an URLRequest.
// URLRequest is designed to have all consumers on a single thread, and
// so no attempt is made to support Interceptor instances being
// registered/unregistered or in any way poked on multiple threads.
class NET_EXPORT URLRequestJobManager {
// Returns the singleton instance.
static URLRequestJobManager* GetInstance();
// Instantiate an URLRequestJob implementation based on the registered
// interceptors and protocol factories. This will always succeed in
// returning a job unless we are--in the extreme case--out of memory.
URLRequestJob* CreateJob(URLRequest* request,
NetworkDelegate* network_delegate) const;
// Allows interceptors to hijack the request after examining the new location
// of a redirect. Returns NULL if no interceptor intervenes.
URLRequestJob* MaybeInterceptRedirect(URLRequest* request,
NetworkDelegate* network_delegate,
const GURL& location) const;
// Allows interceptors to hijack the request after examining the response
// status and headers. This is also called when there is no server response
// at all to allow interception of failed requests due to network errors.
// Returns NULL if no interceptor intervenes.
URLRequestJob* MaybeInterceptResponse(
URLRequest* request, NetworkDelegate* network_delegate) const;
// Returns true if the manager has a built-in handler for |scheme|.
static bool SupportsScheme(const std::string& scheme);
friend struct base::DefaultSingletonTraits<URLRequestJobManager>;
// The first call to this function sets the allowed thread. This way we avoid
// needing to define that thread externally. Since we expect all callers to
// be on the same thread, we don't worry about threads racing to set the
// allowed thread.
bool IsAllowedThread() const {
#if 0
return thread_checker_.CalledOnValidThread();
// We use this to assert that CreateJob and the registration functions all
// run on the same thread.
base::ThreadChecker thread_checker_;
// The previous version of this check used GetCurrentThread on Windows to
// get thread handles to compare. Unfortunately, GetCurrentThread returns
// a constant pseudo-handle (0xFFFFFFFE), and therefore IsAllowedThread
// always returned true. The above code that's turned off is the correct
// code, but causes the tree to turn red because some caller isn't
// respecting our thread requirements. We're turning off the check for now;
// bug http://b/issue?id=1338969 has been filed to fix things and turn the
// check back on.
return true;
} // namespace net