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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim:set ts=4 sw=2 sts=2 et cin: */
/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
// HttpLog.h should generally be included first
#include "HttpLog.h"
#include "mozilla/Unused.h"
#include "nsHttpResponseHead.h"
#include "nsIHttpHeaderVisitor.h"
#include "nsPrintfCString.h"
#include "prtime.h"
#include "plstr.h"
#include "nsURLHelper.h"
#include "CacheControlParser.h"
#include <algorithm>
namespace mozilla {
namespace net {
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// nsHttpResponseHead <public>
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Note that the code below MUST be synchronized with the IPC
// serialization/deserialization in PHttpChannelParams.h.
nsHttpResponseHead::nsHttpResponseHead(const nsHttpResponseHead& aOther)
: mRecursiveMutex("nsHttpResponseHead.mRecursiveMutex"),
mInVisitHeaders(false) {
nsHttpResponseHead& other = const_cast<nsHttpResponseHead&>(aOther);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(other.mRecursiveMutex);
mHeaders = other.mHeaders;
mVersion = other.mVersion;
mStatus = other.mStatus;
mStatusText = other.mStatusText;
mContentLength = other.mContentLength;
mContentType = other.mContentType;
mContentCharset = other.mContentCharset;
mHasCacheControl = other.mHasCacheControl;
mCacheControlPublic = other.mCacheControlPublic;
mCacheControlPrivate = other.mCacheControlPrivate;
mCacheControlNoStore = other.mCacheControlNoStore;
mCacheControlNoCache = other.mCacheControlNoCache;
mCacheControlImmutable = other.mCacheControlImmutable;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet =
other.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate = other.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate;
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet = other.mCacheControlMaxAgeSet;
mCacheControlMaxAge = other.mCacheControlMaxAge;
mPragmaNoCache = other.mPragmaNoCache;
}
nsHttpResponseHead& nsHttpResponseHead::operator=(
const nsHttpResponseHead& aOther) {
nsHttpResponseHead& other = const_cast<nsHttpResponseHead&>(aOther);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitorOther(other.mRecursiveMutex);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mHeaders = other.mHeaders;
mVersion = other.mVersion;
mStatus = other.mStatus;
mStatusText = other.mStatusText;
mContentLength = other.mContentLength;
mContentType = other.mContentType;
mContentCharset = other.mContentCharset;
mHasCacheControl = other.mHasCacheControl;
mCacheControlPublic = other.mCacheControlPublic;
mCacheControlPrivate = other.mCacheControlPrivate;
mCacheControlNoStore = other.mCacheControlNoStore;
mCacheControlNoCache = other.mCacheControlNoCache;
mCacheControlImmutable = other.mCacheControlImmutable;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet =
other.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate = other.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate;
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet = other.mCacheControlMaxAgeSet;
mCacheControlMaxAge = other.mCacheControlMaxAge;
mPragmaNoCache = other.mPragmaNoCache;
return *this;
}
HttpVersion nsHttpResponseHead::Version() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mVersion;
}
uint16_t nsHttpResponseHead::Status() const {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mStatus;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::StatusText(nsACString& aStatusText) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
aStatusText = mStatusText;
}
int64_t nsHttpResponseHead::ContentLength() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mContentLength;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ContentType(nsACString& aContentType) const {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
aContentType = mContentType;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ContentCharset(nsACString& aContentCharset) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
aContentCharset = mContentCharset;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::Public() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mCacheControlPublic;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::Private() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mCacheControlPrivate;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::NoStore() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mCacheControlNoStore;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::NoCache() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return NoCache_locked();
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::Immutable() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mCacheControlImmutable;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::SetHeader(const nsACString& hdr,
const nsACString& val, bool merge) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
if (mInVisitHeaders) {
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
nsHttpAtom atom = nsHttp::ResolveAtom(PromiseFlatCString(hdr).get());
if (!atom) {
NS_WARNING("failed to resolve atom");
return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
}
return SetHeader_locked(atom, hdr, val, merge);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::SetHeader(nsHttpAtom hdr, const nsACString& val,
bool merge) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
if (mInVisitHeaders) {
return NS_ERROR_FAILURE;
}
return SetHeader_locked(hdr, EmptyCString(), val, merge);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::SetHeader_locked(nsHttpAtom atom,
const nsACString& hdr,
const nsACString& val,
bool merge) {
nsresult rv = mHeaders.SetHeader(atom, hdr, val, merge,
nsHttpHeaderArray::eVarietyResponse);
if (NS_FAILED(rv)) return rv;
// respond to changes in these headers. we need to reparse the entire
// header since the change may have merged in additional values.
if (atom == nsHttp::Cache_Control)
ParseCacheControl(mHeaders.PeekHeader(atom));
else if (atom == nsHttp::Pragma)
ParsePragma(mHeaders.PeekHeader(atom));
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetHeader(nsHttpAtom h, nsACString& v) {
v.Truncate();
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mHeaders.GetHeader(h, v);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ClearHeader(nsHttpAtom h) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mHeaders.ClearHeader(h);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ClearHeaders() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mHeaders.Clear();
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::HasHeaderValue(nsHttpAtom h, const char* v) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mHeaders.HasHeaderValue(h, v);
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::HasHeader(nsHttpAtom h) const {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return mHeaders.HasHeader(h);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::SetContentType(const nsACString& s) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mContentType = s;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::SetContentCharset(const nsACString& s) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mContentCharset = s;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::SetContentLength(int64_t len) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mContentLength = len;
if (len < 0)
mHeaders.ClearHeader(nsHttp::Content_Length);
else {
DebugOnly<nsresult> rv = mHeaders.SetHeader(
nsHttp::Content_Length, nsPrintfCString("%" PRId64, len), false,
nsHttpHeaderArray::eVarietyResponse);
MOZ_ASSERT(NS_SUCCEEDED(rv));
}
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::Flatten(nsACString& buf, bool pruneTransients) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
if (mVersion == HttpVersion::v0_9) return;
buf.AppendLiteral("HTTP/");
if (mVersion == HttpVersion::v3_0) {
buf.AppendLiteral("3 ");
} else if (mVersion == HttpVersion::v2_0) {
buf.AppendLiteral("2 ");
} else if (mVersion == HttpVersion::v1_1) {
buf.AppendLiteral("1.1 ");
} else {
buf.AppendLiteral("1.0 ");
}
buf.Append(nsPrintfCString("%u", unsigned(mStatus)) + " "_ns + mStatusText +
"\r\n"_ns);
mHeaders.Flatten(buf, false, pruneTransients);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::FlattenNetworkOriginalHeaders(nsACString& buf) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
if (mVersion == HttpVersion::v0_9) {
return;
}
mHeaders.FlattenOriginalHeader(buf);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ParseCachedHead(const char* block) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::ParseCachedHead [this=%p]\n", this));
// this command works on a buffer as prepared by Flatten, as such it is
// not very forgiving ;-)
char* p = PL_strstr(block, "\r\n");
if (!p) return NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED;
ParseStatusLine_locked(nsDependentCSubstring(block, p - block));
do {
block = p + 2;
if (*block == 0) break;
p = PL_strstr(block, "\r\n");
if (!p) return NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED;
Unused << ParseHeaderLine_locked(nsDependentCSubstring(block, p - block),
false);
} while (true);
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ParseCachedOriginalHeaders(char* block) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::ParseCachedOriginalHeader [this=%p]\n", this));
// this command works on a buffer as prepared by FlattenOriginalHeader,
// as such it is not very forgiving ;-)
if (!block) {
return NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED;
}
char* p = block;
nsHttpAtom hdr;
nsAutoCString headerNameOriginal;
nsAutoCString val;
nsresult rv;
do {
block = p;
if (*block == 0) break;
p = PL_strstr(block, "\r\n");
if (!p) return NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED;
*p = 0;
if (NS_FAILED(nsHttpHeaderArray::ParseHeaderLine(
nsDependentCString(block, p - block), &hdr, &headerNameOriginal,
&val))) {
return NS_OK;
}
rv = mHeaders.SetResponseHeaderFromCache(
hdr, headerNameOriginal, val,
nsHttpHeaderArray::eVarietyResponseNetOriginal);
if (NS_FAILED(rv)) {
return rv;
}
p = p + 2;
} while (true);
return NS_OK;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::AssignDefaultStatusText() {
LOG(("response status line needs default reason phrase\n"));
// if a http response doesn't contain a reason phrase, put one in based
// on the status code. The reason phrase is totally meaningless so its
// ok to have a default catch all here - but this makes debuggers and addons
// a little saner to use if we don't map things to "404 OK" or other nonsense.
// In particular, HTTP/2 does not use reason phrases at all so they need to
// always be injected.
switch (mStatus) {
// start with the most common
case 200:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("OK");
break;
case 404:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Not Found");
break;
case 301:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Moved Permanently");
break;
case 304:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Not Modified");
break;
case 307:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Temporary Redirect");
break;
case 500:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Internal Server Error");
break;
// also well known
case 100:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Continue");
break;
case 101:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Switching Protocols");
break;
case 201:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Created");
break;
case 202:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Accepted");
break;
case 203:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Non Authoritative");
break;
case 204:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("No Content");
break;
case 205:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Reset Content");
break;
case 206:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Partial Content");
break;
case 207:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Multi-Status");
break;
case 208:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Already Reported");
break;
case 300:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Multiple Choices");
break;
case 302:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Found");
break;
case 303:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("See Other");
break;
case 305:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Use Proxy");
break;
case 308:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Permanent Redirect");
break;
case 400:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Bad Request");
break;
case 401:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Unauthorized");
break;
case 402:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Payment Required");
break;
case 403:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Forbidden");
break;
case 405:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Method Not Allowed");
break;
case 406:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Not Acceptable");
break;
case 407:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Proxy Authentication Required");
break;
case 408:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Request Timeout");
break;
case 409:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Conflict");
break;
case 410:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Gone");
break;
case 411:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Length Required");
break;
case 412:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Precondition Failed");
break;
case 413:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Request Entity Too Large");
break;
case 414:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Request URI Too Long");
break;
case 415:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Unsupported Media Type");
break;
case 416:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Requested Range Not Satisfiable");
break;
case 417:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Expectation Failed");
break;
case 421:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Misdirected Request");
break;
case 501:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Not Implemented");
break;
case 502:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Bad Gateway");
break;
case 503:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Service Unavailable");
break;
case 504:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("Gateway Timeout");
break;
case 505:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("HTTP Version Unsupported");
break;
default:
mStatusText.AssignLiteral("No Reason Phrase");
break;
}
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ParseStatusLine(const nsACString& line) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
ParseStatusLine_locked(line);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ParseStatusLine_locked(const nsACString& line) {
//
// Parse Status-Line:: HTTP-Version SP Status-Code SP Reason-Phrase CRLF
//
const char* start = line.BeginReading();
const char* end = line.EndReading();
const char* p = start;
// HTTP-Version
ParseVersion(start);
int32_t index = line.FindChar(' ');
if ((mVersion == HttpVersion::v0_9) || (index == -1)) {
mStatus = 200;
AssignDefaultStatusText();
} else {
// Status-Code
p += index + 1;
mStatus = (uint16_t)atoi(p);
if (mStatus == 0) {
LOG(("mal-formed response status; assuming status = 200\n"));
mStatus = 200;
}
// Reason-Phrase is whatever is remaining of the line
index = line.FindChar(' ', p - start);
if (index == -1) {
AssignDefaultStatusText();
} else {
p = start + index + 1;
mStatusText = nsDependentCSubstring(p, end - p);
}
}
LOG1(("Have status line [version=%u status=%u statusText=%s]\n",
unsigned(mVersion), unsigned(mStatus), mStatusText.get()));
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ParseHeaderLine(const nsACString& line) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return ParseHeaderLine_locked(line, true);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ParseHeaderLine_locked(
const nsACString& line, bool originalFromNetHeaders) {
nsHttpAtom hdr;
nsAutoCString headerNameOriginal;
nsAutoCString val;
if (NS_FAILED(nsHttpHeaderArray::ParseHeaderLine(
line, &hdr, &headerNameOriginal, &val))) {
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult rv;
if (originalFromNetHeaders) {
rv = mHeaders.SetHeaderFromNet(hdr, headerNameOriginal, val, true);
} else {
rv = mHeaders.SetResponseHeaderFromCache(
hdr, headerNameOriginal, val, nsHttpHeaderArray::eVarietyResponse);
}
if (NS_FAILED(rv)) {
return rv;
}
// leading and trailing LWS has been removed from |val|
// handle some special case headers...
if (hdr == nsHttp::Content_Length) {
int64_t len;
const char* ignored;
// permit only a single value here.
if (nsHttp::ParseInt64(val.get(), &ignored, &len)) {
mContentLength = len;
} else {
// If this is a negative content length then just ignore it
LOG(("invalid content-length! %s\n", val.get()));
}
} else if (hdr == nsHttp::Content_Type) {
LOG(("ParseContentType [type=%s]\n", val.get()));
bool dummy;
net_ParseContentType(val, mContentType, mContentCharset, &dummy);
} else if (hdr == nsHttp::Cache_Control)
ParseCacheControl(val.get());
else if (hdr == nsHttp::Pragma)
ParsePragma(val.get());
return NS_OK;
}
// From section 13.2.3 of RFC2616, we compute the current age of a cached
// response as follows:
//
// currentAge = max(max(0, responseTime - dateValue), ageValue)
// + now - requestTime
//
// where responseTime == now
//
// This is typically a very small number.
//
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeCurrentAge(uint32_t now,
uint32_t requestTime,
uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
uint32_t dateValue;
uint32_t ageValue;
*result = 0;
if (requestTime > now) {
// for calculation purposes lets not allow the request to happen in the
// future
requestTime = now;
}
if (NS_FAILED(GetDateValue_locked(&dateValue))) {
LOG(
("nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeCurrentAge [this=%p] "
"Date response header not set!\n",
this));
// Assume we have a fast connection and that our clock
// is in sync with the server.
dateValue = now;
}
// Compute apparent age
if (now > dateValue) *result = now - dateValue;
// Compute corrected received age
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetAgeValue_locked(&ageValue)))
*result = std::max(*result, ageValue);
// Compute current age
*result += (now - requestTime);
return NS_OK;
}
// From section 13.2.4 of RFC2616, we compute the freshness lifetime of a cached
// response as follows:
//
// freshnessLifetime = max_age_value
// <or>
// freshnessLifetime = expires_value - date_value
// <or>
// freshnessLifetime = min(one-week,
// (date_value - last_modified_value) * 0.10)
// <or>
// freshnessLifetime = 0
//
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeFreshnessLifetime(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
*result = 0;
// Try HTTP/1.1 style max-age directive...
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetMaxAgeValue_locked(result))) return NS_OK;
*result = 0;
uint32_t date = 0, date2 = 0;
if (NS_FAILED(GetDateValue_locked(&date)))
date = NowInSeconds(); // synthesize a date header if none exists
// Try HTTP/1.0 style expires header...
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetExpiresValue_locked(&date2))) {
if (date2 > date) *result = date2 - date;
// the Expires header can specify a date in the past.
return NS_OK;
}
// These responses can be cached indefinitely.
if ((mStatus == 300) || (mStatus == 410) ||
nsHttp::IsPermanentRedirect(mStatus)) {
LOG(
("nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeFreshnessLifetime [this = %p] "
"Assign an infinite heuristic lifetime\n",
this));
*result = uint32_t(-1);
return NS_OK;
}
if (mStatus >= 400) {
LOG(
("nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeFreshnessLifetime [this = %p] "
"Do not calculate heuristic max-age for most responses >= 400\n",
this));
return NS_OK;
}
// From RFC 7234 Section 4.2.2, heuristics can only be used on responses
// without explicit freshness whose status codes are defined as cacheable
// by default, and those responses without explicit freshness that have been
// marked as explicitly cacheable.
// Note that |MustValidate| handled most of non-cacheable status codes.
if ((mStatus == 302 || mStatus == 304 || mStatus == 307) &&
!mCacheControlPublic && !mCacheControlPrivate) {
LOG((
"nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeFreshnessLifetime [this = %p] "
"Do not calculate heuristic max-age for non-cacheable status code %u\n",
this, unsigned(mStatus)));
return NS_OK;
}
// Fallback on heuristic using last modified header...
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetLastModifiedValue_locked(&date2))) {
LOG(("using last-modified to determine freshness-lifetime\n"));
LOG(("last-modified = %u, date = %u\n", date2, date));
if (date2 <= date) {
// this only makes sense if last-modified is actually in the past
*result = (date - date2) / 10;
const uint32_t kOneWeek = 60 * 60 * 24 * 7;
*result = std::min(kOneWeek, *result);
return NS_OK;
}
}
LOG(
("nsHttpResponseHead::ComputeFreshnessLifetime [this = %p] "
"Insufficient information to compute a non-zero freshness "
"lifetime!\n",
this));
return NS_OK;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::MustValidate() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::MustValidate ??\n"));
// Some response codes are cacheable, but the rest are not. This switch should
// stay in sync with the list in nsHttpChannel::ContinueProcessResponse3
switch (mStatus) {
// Success codes
case 200:
case 203:
case 204:
case 206:
// Cacheable redirects
case 300:
case 301:
case 302:
case 304:
case 307:
case 308:
// Gone forever
case 410:
break;
// Uncacheable redirects
case 303:
case 305:
// Other known errors
case 401:
case 407:
case 412:
case 416:
case 425:
case 429:
default: // revalidate unknown error pages
LOG(("Must validate since response is an uncacheable error page\n"));
return true;
}
// The no-cache response header indicates that we must validate this
// cached response before reusing.
if (NoCache_locked()) {
LOG(("Must validate since response contains 'no-cache' header\n"));
return true;
}
// Likewise, if the response is no-store, then we must validate this
// cached response before reusing. NOTE: it may seem odd that a no-store
// response may be cached, but indeed all responses are cached in order
// to support File->SaveAs, View->PageSource, and other browser features.
if (mCacheControlNoStore) {
LOG(("Must validate since response contains 'no-store' header\n"));
return true;
}
// Compare the Expires header to the Date header. If the server sent an
// Expires header with a timestamp in the past, then we must validate this
// cached response before reusing.
if (ExpiresInPast_locked()) {
LOG(("Must validate since Expires < Date\n"));
return true;
}
LOG(("no mandatory validation requirement\n"));
return false;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::MustValidateIfExpired() {
// according to RFC2616, section 14.9.4:
//
// When the must-revalidate directive is present in a response received by a
// cache, that cache MUST NOT use the entry after it becomes stale to respond
// to a subsequent request without first revalidating it with the origin
// server.
//
return HasHeaderValue(nsHttp::Cache_Control, "must-revalidate");
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::StaleWhileRevalidate(uint32_t now,
uint32_t expiration) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
if (expiration <= 0 || !mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet) {
return false;
}
// 'expiration' is the expiration time (an absolute unit), the swr window
// extends the expiration time.
CheckedInt<uint32_t> stallValidUntil = expiration;
stallValidUntil += mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate;
if (!stallValidUntil.isValid()) {
// overflow means an indefinite stale window
return true;
}
if (now > stallValidUntil.value()) {
return false;
}
return true;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::IsResumable() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
// even though some HTTP/1.0 servers may support byte range requests, we're
// not going to bother with them, since those servers wouldn't understand
// If-Range. Also, while in theory it may be possible to resume when the
// status code is not 200, it is unlikely to be worth the trouble, especially
// for non-2xx responses.
return mStatus == 200 && mVersion >= HttpVersion::v1_1 &&
mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::Content_Length) &&
(mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::ETag) ||
mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::Last_Modified)) &&
mHeaders.HasHeaderValue(nsHttp::Accept_Ranges, "bytes");
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::ExpiresInPast() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return ExpiresInPast_locked();
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::ExpiresInPast_locked() const {
uint32_t maxAgeVal, expiresVal, dateVal;
// Bug #203271. Ensure max-age directive takes precedence over Expires
if (NS_SUCCEEDED(GetMaxAgeValue_locked(&maxAgeVal))) {
return false;
}
return NS_SUCCEEDED(GetExpiresValue_locked(&expiresVal)) &&
NS_SUCCEEDED(GetDateValue_locked(&dateVal)) && expiresVal < dateVal;
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::UpdateHeaders(nsHttpResponseHead* aOther) {
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::UpdateHeaders [this=%p]\n", this));
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitorOther(aOther->mRecursiveMutex);
uint32_t i, count = aOther->mHeaders.Count();
for (i = 0; i < count; ++i) {
nsHttpAtom header;
nsAutoCString headerNameOriginal;
const char* val =
aOther->mHeaders.PeekHeaderAt(i, header, headerNameOriginal);
if (!val) {
continue;
}
// Ignore any hop-by-hop headers...
if (header == nsHttp::Connection || header == nsHttp::Proxy_Connection ||
header == nsHttp::Keep_Alive || header == nsHttp::Proxy_Authenticate ||
header == nsHttp::Proxy_Authorization || // not a response header!
header == nsHttp::TE || header == nsHttp::Trailer ||
header == nsHttp::Transfer_Encoding || header == nsHttp::Upgrade ||
// Ignore any non-modifiable headers...
header == nsHttp::Content_Location || header == nsHttp::Content_MD5 ||
header == nsHttp::ETag ||
// Assume Cache-Control: "no-transform"
header == nsHttp::Content_Encoding || header == nsHttp::Content_Range ||
header == nsHttp::Content_Type ||
// Ignore wacky headers too...
// this one is for MS servers that send "Content-Length: 0"
// on 304 responses
header == nsHttp::Content_Length) {
LOG(("ignoring response header [%s: %s]\n", header.get(), val));
} else {
LOG(("new response header [%s: %s]\n", header.get(), val));
// overwrite the current header value with the new value...
DebugOnly<nsresult> rv =
SetHeader_locked(header, headerNameOriginal, nsDependentCString(val));
MOZ_ASSERT(NS_SUCCEEDED(rv));
}
}
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::Reset() {
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::Reset\n"));
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mHeaders.Clear();
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_1;
mStatus = 200;
mContentLength = -1;
mHasCacheControl = false;
mCacheControlPublic = false;
mCacheControlPrivate = false;
mCacheControlNoStore = false;
mCacheControlNoCache = false;
mCacheControlImmutable = false;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet = false;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate = 0;
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet = false;
mCacheControlMaxAge = 0;
mPragmaNoCache = false;
mStatusText.Truncate();
mContentType.Truncate();
mContentCharset.Truncate();
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::ParseDateHeader(nsHttpAtom header,
uint32_t* result) const {
const char* val = mHeaders.PeekHeader(header);
if (!val) return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
PRTime time;
PRStatus st = PR_ParseTimeString(val, true, &time);
if (st != PR_SUCCESS) return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
*result = PRTimeToSeconds(time);
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetAgeValue(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return GetAgeValue_locked(result);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetAgeValue_locked(uint32_t* result) const {
const char* val = mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::Age);
if (!val) return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
*result = (uint32_t)atoi(val);
return NS_OK;
}
// Return the value of the (HTTP 1.1) max-age directive, which itself is a
// component of the Cache-Control response header
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetMaxAgeValue(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return GetMaxAgeValue_locked(result);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetMaxAgeValue_locked(uint32_t* result) const {
if (!mCacheControlMaxAgeSet) {
return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
}
*result = mCacheControlMaxAge;
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetDateValue(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return GetDateValue_locked(result);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetExpiresValue(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return GetExpiresValue_locked(result);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetExpiresValue_locked(uint32_t* result) const {
const char* val = mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::Expires);
if (!val) return NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE;
PRTime time;
PRStatus st = PR_ParseTimeString(val, true, &time);
if (st != PR_SUCCESS) {
// parsing failed... RFC 2616 section 14.21 says we should treat this
// as an expiration time in the past.
*result = 0;
return NS_OK;
}
if (time < 0)
*result = 0;
else
*result = PRTimeToSeconds(time);
return NS_OK;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetLastModifiedValue(uint32_t* result) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return ParseDateHeader(nsHttp::Last_Modified, result);
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::operator==(const nsHttpResponseHead& aOther) const {
nsHttpResponseHead& curr = const_cast<nsHttpResponseHead&>(*this);
nsHttpResponseHead& other = const_cast<nsHttpResponseHead&>(aOther);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitorOther(other.mRecursiveMutex);
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(curr.mRecursiveMutex);
return mHeaders == aOther.mHeaders && mVersion == aOther.mVersion &&
mStatus == aOther.mStatus && mStatusText == aOther.mStatusText &&
mContentLength == aOther.mContentLength &&
mContentType == aOther.mContentType &&
mContentCharset == aOther.mContentCharset &&
mHasCacheControl == aOther.mHasCacheControl &&
mCacheControlPublic == aOther.mCacheControlPublic &&
mCacheControlPrivate == aOther.mCacheControlPrivate &&
mCacheControlNoCache == aOther.mCacheControlNoCache &&
mCacheControlNoStore == aOther.mCacheControlNoStore &&
mCacheControlImmutable == aOther.mCacheControlImmutable &&
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet ==
aOther.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet &&
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate ==
aOther.mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate &&
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet == aOther.mCacheControlMaxAgeSet &&
mCacheControlMaxAge == aOther.mCacheControlMaxAge &&
mPragmaNoCache == aOther.mPragmaNoCache;
}
int64_t nsHttpResponseHead::TotalEntitySize() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
const char* contentRange = mHeaders.PeekHeader(nsHttp::Content_Range);
if (!contentRange) return mContentLength;
// Total length is after a slash
const char* slash = strrchr(contentRange, '/');
if (!slash) return -1; // No idea what the length is
slash++;
if (*slash == '*') // Server doesn't know the length
return -1;
int64_t size;
if (!nsHttp::ParseInt64(slash, &size)) size = UINT64_MAX;
return size;
}
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// nsHttpResponseHead <private>
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
void nsHttpResponseHead::ParseVersion(const char* str) {
// Parse HTTP-Version:: "HTTP" "/" 1*DIGIT "." 1*DIGIT
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::ParseVersion [version=%s]\n", str));
Tokenizer t(str, nullptr, "");
// make sure we have HTTP at the beginning
if (!t.CheckWord("HTTP")) {
if (PL_strncasecmp(str, "ICY ", 4) == 0) {
// ShoutCast ICY is HTTP/1.0-like. Assume it is HTTP/1.0.
LOG(("Treating ICY as HTTP 1.0\n"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
LOG(("looks like a HTTP/0.9 response\n"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v0_9;
return;
}
if (!t.CheckChar('/')) {
LOG(("server did not send a version number; assuming HTTP/1.0\n"));
// NCSA/1.5.2 has a bug in which it fails to send a version number
// if the request version is HTTP/1.1, so we fall back on HTTP/1.0
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
uint32_t major;
if (!t.ReadInteger(&major)) {
LOG(("server did not send a correct version number; assuming HTTP/1.0"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
if (major == 3) {
mVersion = HttpVersion::v3_0;
return;
}
if (major == 2) {
mVersion = HttpVersion::v2_0;
return;
}
if (major != 1) {
LOG(("server did not send a correct version number; assuming HTTP/1.0"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
if (!t.CheckChar('.')) {
LOG(("mal-formed server version; assuming HTTP/1.0\n"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
uint32_t minor;
if (!t.ReadInteger(&minor)) {
LOG(("server did not send a correct version number; assuming HTTP/1.0"));
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
return;
}
if (minor >= 1) {
// at least HTTP/1.1
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_1;
} else {
// treat anything else as version 1.0
mVersion = HttpVersion::v1_0;
}
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ParseCacheControl(const char* val) {
if (!(val && *val)) {
// clear flags
mHasCacheControl = false;
mCacheControlPublic = false;
mCacheControlPrivate = false;
mCacheControlNoCache = false;
mCacheControlNoStore = false;
mCacheControlImmutable = false;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet = false;
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate = 0;
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet = false;
mCacheControlMaxAge = 0;
return;
}
nsDependentCString cacheControlRequestHeader(val);
CacheControlParser cacheControlRequest(cacheControlRequestHeader);
mHasCacheControl = true;
mCacheControlPublic = cacheControlRequest.Public();
mCacheControlPrivate = cacheControlRequest.Private();
mCacheControlNoCache = cacheControlRequest.NoCache();
mCacheControlNoStore = cacheControlRequest.NoStore();
mCacheControlImmutable = cacheControlRequest.Immutable();
mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidateSet =
cacheControlRequest.StaleWhileRevalidate(
&mCacheControlStaleWhileRevalidate);
mCacheControlMaxAgeSet = cacheControlRequest.MaxAge(&mCacheControlMaxAge);
}
void nsHttpResponseHead::ParsePragma(const char* val) {
LOG(("nsHttpResponseHead::ParsePragma [val=%s]\n", val));
if (!(val && *val)) {
// clear no-cache flag
mPragmaNoCache = false;
return;
}
// Although 'Pragma: no-cache' is not a standard HTTP response header (it's a
// request header), caching is inhibited when this header is present so as to
// match existing Navigator behavior.
mPragmaNoCache = nsHttp::FindToken(val, "no-cache", HTTP_HEADER_VALUE_SEPS);
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::VisitHeaders(
nsIHttpHeaderVisitor* visitor, nsHttpHeaderArray::VisitorFilter filter) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mInVisitHeaders = true;
nsresult rv = mHeaders.VisitHeaders(visitor, filter);
mInVisitHeaders = false;
return rv;
}
nsresult nsHttpResponseHead::GetOriginalHeader(nsHttpAtom aHeader,
nsIHttpHeaderVisitor* aVisitor) {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
mInVisitHeaders = true;
nsresult rv = mHeaders.GetOriginalHeader(aHeader, aVisitor);
mInVisitHeaders = false;
return rv;
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::HasContentType() const {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return !mContentType.IsEmpty();
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::HasContentCharset() {
RecursiveMutexAutoLock monitor(mRecursiveMutex);
return !mContentCharset.IsEmpty();
}
bool nsHttpResponseHead::GetContentTypeOptionsHeader(nsACString& aOutput) {
aOutput.Truncate();
nsAutoCString contentTypeOptionsHeader;
Unused << GetHeader(nsHttp::X_Content_Type_Options, contentTypeOptionsHeader);
if (contentTypeOptionsHeader.IsEmpty()) {
// if there is no XCTO header, then there is nothing to do.
return false;
}
// XCTO header might contain multiple values which are comma separated, so:
// a) let's skip all subsequent values
// e.g. " NoSniFF , foo " will be " NoSniFF "
int32_t idx = contentTypeOptionsHeader.Find(",");
if (idx > 0) {
contentTypeOptionsHeader = Substring(contentTypeOptionsHeader, 0, idx);
}
// b) let's trim all surrounding whitespace
// e.g. " NoSniFF " -> "NoSniFF"
nsHttp::TrimHTTPWhitespace(contentTypeOptionsHeader,
contentTypeOptionsHeader);
aOutput.Assign(contentTypeOptionsHeader);
return true;
}
} // namespace net
} // namespace mozilla