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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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#ifndef mozilla_dom_DOMJSClass_h
#define mozilla_dom_DOMJSClass_h
#include "jsapi.h"
#include "jsfriendapi.h"
#include "js/Object.h" // JS::GetClass, JS::GetReservedSlot
#include "js/Wrapper.h"
#include "mozilla/Assertions.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "mozilla/OriginTrials.h"
#include "mozilla/Likely.h"
#include "mozilla/dom/PrototypeList.h" // auto-generated
#include "mozilla/dom/WebIDLPrefs.h" // auto-generated
class nsCycleCollectionParticipant;
class nsWrapperCache;
struct JSFunctionSpec;
struct JSPropertySpec;
struct JSStructuredCloneReader;
struct JSStructuredCloneWriter;
class nsIGlobalObject;
// All DOM globals must have a slot at DOM_PROTOTYPE_SLOT.
// Keep this count up to date with any extra global slots added above.
// We use these flag bits for the new bindings.
namespace mozilla::dom {
* Returns true if code running in the given JSContext is allowed to access
* [SecureContext] API on the given JSObject.
* [SecureContext] API exposure is restricted to use by code in a Secure
* Contexts:
* Since we want [SecureContext] exposure to depend on the privileges of the
* running code (rather than the privileges of an object's creator), this
* function checks to see whether the given JSContext's Realm is flagged
* as a Secure Context. That allows us to make sure that system principal code
* (which is marked as a Secure Context) can access Secure Context API on an
* object in a different realm, regardless of whether the other realm is a
* Secure Context or not.
* Checking the JSContext's Realm doesn't work for expanded principal
* globals accessing a Secure Context web page though (e.g. those used by frame
* scripts). To handle that we fall back to checking whether the JSObject came
* from a Secure Context.
* Note: We'd prefer this function to live in BindingUtils.h, but we need to
* call it in this header, and BindingUtils.h includes us (i.e. we'd have a
* circular dependency between headers if it lived there).
inline bool IsSecureContextOrObjectIsFromSecureContext(JSContext* aCx,
JSObject* aObj) {
return JS::GetIsSecureContext(js::GetContextRealm(aCx)) ||
typedef bool (*ResolveOwnProperty)(
JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSObject*> wrapper, JS::Handle<JSObject*> obj,
JS::Handle<jsid> id,
JS::MutableHandle<mozilla::Maybe<JS::PropertyDescriptor>> desc);
typedef bool (*EnumerateOwnProperties)(JSContext* cx,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> wrapper,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> obj,
JS::MutableHandleVector<jsid> props);
typedef bool (*DeleteNamedProperty)(JSContext* cx,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> wrapper,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> obj,
JS::Handle<jsid> id,
JS::ObjectOpResult& opresult);
// Returns true if the given global is of a type whose bit is set in
// aGlobalSet.
bool IsGlobalInExposureSet(JSContext* aCx, JSObject* aGlobal,
uint32_t aGlobalSet);
struct ConstantSpec {
const char* name;
JS::Value value;
typedef bool (*PropertyEnabled)(JSContext* cx, JSObject* global);
namespace GlobalNames {
// The names of our possible globals. These are the names of the actual
// interfaces, not of the global names used to refer to them in IDL [Exposed]
// annotations.
static const uint32_t Window = 1u << 0;
static const uint32_t DedicatedWorkerGlobalScope = 1u << 1;
static const uint32_t SharedWorkerGlobalScope = 1u << 2;
static const uint32_t ServiceWorkerGlobalScope = 1u << 3;
static const uint32_t WorkerDebuggerGlobalScope = 1u << 4;
static const uint32_t AudioWorkletGlobalScope = 1u << 5;
static const uint32_t PaintWorkletGlobalScope = 1u << 6;
static const uint32_t ShadowRealmGlobalScope = 1u << 7;
static constexpr uint32_t kCount = 8;
} // namespace GlobalNames
struct PrefableDisablers {
inline bool isEnabled(JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSObject*> obj) const {
if (nonExposedGlobals &&
IsGlobalInExposureSet(cx, JS::GetNonCCWObjectGlobal(obj),
nonExposedGlobals)) {
return false;
if (prefIndex != WebIDLPrefIndex::NoPref &&
!sWebIDLPrefs[uint16_t(prefIndex)]()) {
return false;
if (secureContext && !IsSecureContextOrObjectIsFromSecureContext(cx, obj)) {
return false;
if (trial != OriginTrial(0) &&
!OriginTrials::IsEnabled(cx, JS::GetNonCCWObjectGlobal(obj), trial)) {
// TODO(emilio): Perhaps reconsider the interaction between [Trial=""] and
// [Pref=""].
// In particular, it might be desirable to only check the trial if there
// is no pref or the pref is disabled.
return false;
if (enabledFunc && !enabledFunc(cx, JS::GetNonCCWObjectGlobal(obj))) {
return false;
return true;
// Index into the array of StaticPrefs
const WebIDLPrefIndex prefIndex;
// Bitmask of global names that we should not be exposed in.
const uint16_t nonExposedGlobals : GlobalNames::kCount;
// A boolean indicating whether a Secure Context is required.
const uint16_t secureContext : 1;
// An origin trial controlling the feature. This can be made a bitfield too if
// needed.
const OriginTrial trial;
// A function pointer to a function that can say the property is disabled
// even if "enabled" is set to true. If the pointer is null the value of
// "enabled" is used as-is.
const PropertyEnabled enabledFunc;
template <typename T>
struct Prefable {
inline bool isEnabled(JSContext* cx, JS::Handle<JSObject*> obj) const {
if (MOZ_LIKELY(!disablers)) {
return true;
return disablers->isEnabled(cx, obj);
// Things that can disable this set of specs. |nullptr| means "cannot be
// disabled".
const PrefableDisablers* const disablers;
// Array of specs, terminated in whatever way is customary for T.
// Null to indicate a end-of-array for Prefable, when such an
// indicator is needed.
const T* const specs;
enum PropertyType {
struct PropertyInfo {
// MSVC generates static initializers if we store a jsid here, even if
// PropertyInfo has a constexpr constructor. See bug 1460341 and bug 1464036.
uintptr_t mIdBits;
// One of PropertyType, will be used for accessing the corresponding Duo in
// NativePropertiesN.duos[].
// The index to the corresponding Preable in Duo.mPrefables[].
// The index to the corresponding spec in Duo.mPrefables[prefIndex].specs[].
void SetId(jsid aId) {
static_assert(sizeof(jsid) == sizeof(mIdBits),
"jsid should fit in mIdBits");
mIdBits = aId.asRawBits();
MOZ_ALWAYS_INLINE jsid Id() const { return jsid::fromRawBits(mIdBits); }
bool IsStaticMethod() const { return type == eStaticMethod; }
static int Compare(const PropertyInfo& aInfo1, const PropertyInfo& aInfo2) {
// IdToIndexComparator needs to be updated if the order here is changed!
if (MOZ_UNLIKELY(aInfo1.mIdBits == aInfo2.mIdBits)) {
MOZ_ASSERT((aInfo1.type == eMethod || aInfo1.type == eStaticMethod) &&
(aInfo2.type == eMethod || aInfo2.type == eStaticMethod));
bool isStatic1 = aInfo1.IsStaticMethod();
MOZ_ASSERT(isStatic1 != aInfo2.IsStaticMethod(),
"We shouldn't have 2 static methods with the same name!");
return isStatic1 ? -1 : 1;
return aInfo1.mIdBits < aInfo2.mIdBits ? -1 : 1;
ePropertyTypeCount <= 1ull << NUM_BITS_PROPERTY_INFO_TYPE,
"We have property type count that is > (1 << NUM_BITS_PROPERTY_INFO_TYPE)");
// Conceptually, NativeProperties has seven (Prefable<T>*, PropertyInfo*) duos
// (where T is one of JSFunctionSpec, JSPropertySpec, or ConstantSpec), one for
// each of: static methods and attributes, methods and attributes, unforgeable
// methods and attributes, and constants.
// That's 14 pointers, but in most instances most of the duos are all null, and
// there are many instances. To save space we use a variable-length type,
// NativePropertiesN<N>, to hold the data and getters to access it. It has N
// actual duos (stored in duos[]), plus four bits for each of the 7 possible
// duos: 1 bit that states if that duo is present, and 3 that state that duo's
// offset (if present) in duos[].
// All duo accesses should be done via the getters, which contain assertions
// that check we don't overrun the end of the struct. (The duo data members are
// public only so they can be statically initialized.) These assertions should
// never fail so long as (a) accesses to the variable-length part are guarded by
// appropriate Has*() calls, and (b) all instances are well-formed, i.e. the
// value of N matches the number of mHas* members that are true.
// We store all the property ids a NativePropertiesN owns in a single array of
// PropertyInfo structs. Each struct contains an id and the information needed
// to find the corresponding Prefable for the enabled check, as well as the
// information needed to find the correct property descriptor in the
// Prefable. We also store an array of indices into the PropertyInfo array,
// sorted by bits of the corresponding jsid. Given a jsid, this allows us to
// binary search for the index of the corresponding PropertyInfo, if any.
// Finally, we define a typedef of NativePropertiesN<7>, NativeProperties, which
// we use as a "base" type used to refer to all instances of NativePropertiesN.
// (7 is used because that's the maximum valid parameter, though any other
// value 1..6 could also be used.) This is reasonable because of the
// aforementioned assertions in the getters. Upcast() is used to convert
// specific instances to this "base" type.
// An example
// ----------
// NativeProperties points to various things, and it can be hard to keep track.
// The following example shows the layout.
// Imagine an example interface, with:
// - 10 properties
// - 6 methods, 3 with no disablers struct, 2 sharing the same disablers
// struct, 1 using a different disablers struct
// - 4 attributes, all with no disablers
// - The property order is such that those using the same disablers structs are
// together. (This is not guaranteed, but it makes the example simpler.)
// Each PropertyInfo also contain indices into sMethods/sMethods_specs (for
// method infos) and sAttributes/sAttributes_specs (for attributes), which let
// them find their spec, but these are not shown.
// sNativeProperties sNativeProperties_ sNativeProperties_
// ---- sortedPropertyIndices[10] propertyInfos[10]
// - <several scalar fields> ---- ----
// - sortedPropertyIndices ----> <10 indices> +--> 0 info (method)
// - duos[2] ---- | 1 info (method)
// ----(methods) | 2 info (method)
// 0 - mPrefables -------> points to sMethods below | 3 info (method)
// - mPropertyInfos ------------------------------+ 4 info (method)
// 1 - mPrefables -------> points to sAttributes below 5 info (method)
// - mPropertyInfos ---------------------------------> 6 info (attr)
// ---- 7 info (attr)
// ---- 8 info (attr)
// 9 info (attr)
// ----
// sMethods has three entries (excluding the terminator) because there are
// three disablers structs. The {nullptr,nullptr} serves as the terminator.
// There are also END terminators within sMethod_specs; the need for these
// terminators (as opposed to a length) is deeply embedded in SpiderMonkey.
// Disablers structs are suffixed with the index of the first spec they cover.
// sMethods sMethods_specs
// ---- ----
// 0 - nullptr +----> 0 spec
// - specs ----------------------+ 1 spec
// 1 - disablers ---> disablers4 2 spec
// - specs ------------------------+ 3 END
// 2 - disablers ---> disablers7 +--> 4 spec
// - specs ----------------------+ 5 spec
// 3 - nullptr | 6 END
// - nullptr +----> 7 spec
// ---- 8 END
// sAttributes has a single entry (excluding the terminator) because all of the
// specs lack disablers.
// sAttributes sAttributes_specs
// ---- ----
// 0 - nullptr +----> 0 spec
// - specs ----------------------+ 1 spec
// 1 - nullptr 2 spec
// - nullptr 3 spec
// ---- 4 END
// ----
template <int N>
struct NativePropertiesN {
// Duo structs are stored in the duos[] array, and each element in the array
// could require a different T. Therefore, we can't use the correct type for
// mPrefables. Instead we use void* and cast to the correct type in the
// getters.
struct Duo {
const /*Prefable<const T>*/ void* const mPrefables;
PropertyInfo* const mPropertyInfos;
constexpr const NativePropertiesN<7>* Upcast() const {
return reinterpret_cast<const NativePropertiesN<7>*>(this);
const PropertyInfo* PropertyInfos() const { return duos[0].mPropertyInfos; }
#define DO(SpecT, FieldName) \
public: \
/* The bitfields indicating the duo's presence and (if present) offset. */ \
const uint32_t mHas##FieldName##s : 1; \
const uint32_t m##FieldName##sOffset : 3; \
private: \
const Duo* FieldName##sDuo() const { \
MOZ_ASSERT(Has##FieldName##s()); \
return &duos[m##FieldName##sOffset]; \
} \
public: \
bool Has##FieldName##s() const { return mHas##FieldName##s; } \
const Prefable<const SpecT>* FieldName##s() const { \
return static_cast<const Prefable<const SpecT>*>( \
FieldName##sDuo()->mPrefables); \
} \
PropertyInfo* FieldName##PropertyInfos() const { \
return FieldName##sDuo()->mPropertyInfos; \
DO(JSFunctionSpec, StaticMethod)
DO(JSPropertySpec, StaticAttribute)
DO(JSFunctionSpec, Method)
DO(JSPropertySpec, Attribute)
DO(JSFunctionSpec, UnforgeableMethod)
DO(JSPropertySpec, UnforgeableAttribute)
DO(ConstantSpec, Constant)
#undef DO
// The index to the iterator method in MethodPropertyInfos() array.
const int16_t iteratorAliasMethodIndex;
// The number of PropertyInfo structs that the duos manage. This is the total
// count across all duos.
const uint16_t propertyInfoCount;
// The sorted indices array from sorting property ids, which will be used when
// we binary search for a property.
uint16_t* sortedPropertyIndices;
const Duo duos[N];
// Ensure the struct has the expected size. The 8 is for the bitfields plus
// iteratorAliasMethodIndex and idsLength; the rest is for the idsSortedIndex,
// and duos[].
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<1>) == 8 + 3 * sizeof(void*), "1 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<2>) == 8 + 5 * sizeof(void*), "2 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<3>) == 8 + 7 * sizeof(void*), "3 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<4>) == 8 + 9 * sizeof(void*), "4 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<5>) == 8 + 11 * sizeof(void*), "5 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<6>) == 8 + 13 * sizeof(void*), "6 size");
static_assert(sizeof(NativePropertiesN<7>) == 8 + 15 * sizeof(void*), "7 size");
// The "base" type.
typedef NativePropertiesN<7> NativeProperties;
struct NativePropertiesHolder {
const NativeProperties* regular;
const NativeProperties* chromeOnly;
// Points to a static bool that's set to true once the regular and chromeOnly
// NativeProperties have been inited. This is a pointer to a bool instead of
// a bool value because NativePropertiesHolder is stored by value in
// a static const NativePropertyHooks.
bool* inited;
struct NativeNamedOrIndexedPropertyHooks {
// The hook to call for resolving indexed or named properties.
ResolveOwnProperty mResolveOwnProperty;
// The hook to call for enumerating indexed or named properties.
EnumerateOwnProperties mEnumerateOwnProperties;
// The hook to call to delete a named property. May be null if there are no
// named properties or no named property deleter. On success (true return)
// the "found" argument will be set to true if there was in fact such a named
// property and false otherwise. If it's set to false, the caller is expected
// to proceed with whatever deletion behavior it would have if there were no
// named properties involved at all (i.e. if the hook were null). If it's set
// to true, it will indicate via opresult whether the delete actually
// succeeded.
DeleteNamedProperty mDeleteNamedProperty;
// Helper structure for Xrays for DOM binding objects. The same instance is used
// for instances, interface objects and interface prototype objects of a
// specific interface.
struct NativePropertyHooks {
const NativeNamedOrIndexedPropertyHooks* mIndexedOrNamedNativeProperties;
// The property arrays for this interface.
NativePropertiesHolder mNativeProperties;
// This will be set to the ID of the interface prototype object for the
// interface, if it has one. If it doesn't have one it will be set to
// prototypes::id::_ID_Count.
prototypes::ID mPrototypeID;
// This will be set to the ID of the interface object for the interface, if it
// has one. If it doesn't have one it will be set to
// constructors::id::_ID_Count.
constructors::ID mConstructorID;
// The JSClass to use for expandos on our Xrays. Can be null, in which case
// Xrays will use a default class of their choice.
const JSClass* mXrayExpandoClass;
enum DOMObjectType : uint8_t {
inline bool IsInstance(DOMObjectType type) {
return type == eInstance || type == eGlobalInstance;
inline bool IsInterfacePrototype(DOMObjectType type) {
return type == eInterfacePrototype || type == eGlobalInterfacePrototype;
typedef JSObject* (*AssociatedGlobalGetter)(JSContext* aCx,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> aObj);
typedef JSObject* (*ProtoGetter)(JSContext* aCx);
* Returns a handle to the relevant WebIDL prototype object for the current
* compartment global (which may be a handle to null on out of memory). Once
* allocated, the prototype object is guaranteed to exist as long as the global
* does, since the global traces its array of WebIDL prototypes and
* constructors.
typedef JS::Handle<JSObject*> (*ProtoHandleGetter)(JSContext* aCx);
* Serializes a WebIDL object for structured cloning. aObj may not be in the
* compartment of aCx in cases when we were working with a cross-compartment
* wrapper. aObj is expected to be an object of the DOMJSClass that we got the
* serializer from.
typedef bool (*WebIDLSerializer)(JSContext* aCx,
JSStructuredCloneWriter* aWriter,
JS::Handle<JSObject*> aObj);
* Deserializes a WebIDL object from a structured clone serialization.
typedef JSObject* (*WebIDLDeserializer)(JSContext* aCx,
nsIGlobalObject* aGlobal,
JSStructuredCloneReader* aReader);
typedef nsWrapperCache* (*WrapperCacheGetter)(JS::Handle<JSObject*> aObj);
// Special JSClass for reflected DOM objects.
struct DOMJSClass {
// It would be nice to just inherit from JSClass, but that precludes pure
// compile-time initialization of the form |DOMJSClass = {...};|, since C++
// only allows brace initialization for aggregate/POD types.
const JSClass mBase;
// A list of interfaces that this object implements, in order of decreasing
// derivedness.
const prototypes::ID mInterfaceChain[MAX_PROTOTYPE_CHAIN_LENGTH];
// We store the DOM object in reserved slot with index DOM_OBJECT_SLOT or in
// the proxy private if we use a proxy object.
// Sometimes it's an nsISupports and sometimes it's not; this class tells
// us which it is.
const bool mDOMObjectIsISupports;
const NativePropertyHooks* mNativeHooks;
// A callback to find the associated global for our C++ object. Note that
// this is used in cases when that global is _changing_, so it will not match
// the global of the JSObject* passed in to this function!
AssociatedGlobalGetter mGetAssociatedGlobal;
ProtoHandleGetter mGetProto;
// This stores the CC participant for the native, null if this class does not
// implement cycle collection or if it inherits from nsISupports (we can get
// the CC participant by QI'ing in that case).
nsCycleCollectionParticipant* mParticipant;
// The serializer for this class if the relevant object is [Serializable].
// Null otherwise.
WebIDLSerializer mSerializer;
// A callback to get the wrapper cache for C++ objects that don't inherit from
// nsISupports, or null.
WrapperCacheGetter mWrapperCacheGetter;
static const DOMJSClass* FromJSClass(const JSClass* base) {
return reinterpret_cast<const DOMJSClass*>(base);
const JSClass* ToJSClass() const { return &mBase; }
// Special JSClass for DOM interface and interface prototype objects.
struct DOMIfaceAndProtoJSClass {
// It would be nice to just inherit from JSClass, but that precludes pure
// compile-time initialization of the form
// |DOMJSInterfaceAndPrototypeClass = {...};|, since C++ only allows brace
// initialization for aggregate/POD types.
const JSClass mBase;
// Either eInterface, eNamespace, eInterfacePrototype,
// eGlobalInterfacePrototype or eNamedPropertiesObject.
DOMObjectType mType; // uint8_t
const prototypes::ID mPrototypeID; // uint16_t
const uint32_t mDepth;
const NativePropertyHooks* mNativeHooks;
ProtoGetter mGetParentProto;
static const DOMIfaceAndProtoJSClass* FromJSClass(const JSClass* base) {
return reinterpret_cast<const DOMIfaceAndProtoJSClass*>(base);
const JSClass* ToJSClass() const { return &mBase; }
// Special JSClass for DOM interface objects.
struct DOMIfaceJSClass : public DOMIfaceAndProtoJSClass {
// Boolean indicating whether this object wants an isInstance property
// pointing to InterfaceIsInstance defined on it. Only ever true for the
// eInterface case.
bool wantsInterfaceIsInstance;
// The value to return for Function.prototype.toString on this interface
// object.
const char* mFunToString;
static const DOMIfaceJSClass* FromJSClass(const JSClass* base) {
const DOMIfaceAndProtoJSClass* clazz =
MOZ_ASSERT(clazz->mType == eInterface || clazz->mType == eNamespace);
return static_cast<const DOMIfaceJSClass*>(clazz);
class ProtoAndIfaceCache;
inline bool DOMGlobalHasProtoAndIFaceCache(JSObject* global) {
// This can be undefined if we GC while creating the global
return !JS::GetReservedSlot(global, DOM_PROTOTYPE_SLOT).isUndefined();
inline bool HasProtoAndIfaceCache(JSObject* global) {
if (!(JS::GetClass(global)->flags & JSCLASS_DOM_GLOBAL)) {
return false;
return DOMGlobalHasProtoAndIFaceCache(global);
inline ProtoAndIfaceCache* GetProtoAndIfaceCache(JSObject* global) {
return static_cast<ProtoAndIfaceCache*>(
JS::GetReservedSlot(global, DOM_PROTOTYPE_SLOT).toPrivate());
} // namespace mozilla::dom
#endif /* mozilla_dom_DOMJSClass_h */