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/* 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/. */
"use strict";
var EXPORTED_SYMBOLS = ["Log"];
const { XPCOMUtils } = ChromeUtils.import(
);
ChromeUtils.defineModuleGetter(
this,
"Services",
);
const INTERNAL_FIELDS = new Set(["_level", "_message", "_time", "_namespace"]);
/*
* Dump a message everywhere we can if we have a failure.
*/
function dumpError(text) {
dump(text + "\n");
Cu.reportError(text);
}
var Log = {
Level: {
Fatal: 70,
Error: 60,
Warn: 50,
Info: 40,
Config: 30,
Debug: 20,
Trace: 10,
All: -1, // We don't want All to be falsy.
Desc: {
70: "FATAL",
60: "ERROR",
50: "WARN",
40: "INFO",
30: "CONFIG",
20: "DEBUG",
10: "TRACE",
"-1": "ALL",
},
Numbers: {
FATAL: 70,
ERROR: 60,
WARN: 50,
INFO: 40,
CONFIG: 30,
DEBUG: 20,
TRACE: 10,
ALL: -1,
},
},
get repository() {
delete Log.repository;
Log.repository = new LoggerRepository();
return Log.repository;
},
set repository(value) {
delete Log.repository;
Log.repository = value;
},
_formatError(e) {
let result = String(e);
if (e.fileName) {
let loc = [e.fileName];
if (e.lineNumber) {
loc.push(e.lineNumber);
}
if (e.columnNumber) {
loc.push(e.columnNumber);
}
result += `(${loc.join(":")})`;
}
return `${result} ${Log.stackTrace(e)}`;
},
// This is for back compatibility with services/common/utils.js; we duplicate
// some of the logic in ParameterFormatter
exceptionStr(e) {
if (!e) {
return String(e);
}
if (e instanceof Ci.nsIException) {
return `${e} ${Log.stackTrace(e)}`;
} else if (isError(e)) {
return Log._formatError(e);
}
// else
let message = e.message || e;
return `${message} ${Log.stackTrace(e)}`;
},
stackTrace(e) {
// Wrapped nsIException
if (e.location) {
let frame = e.location;
let output = [];
while (frame) {
// Works on frames or exceptions, munges file:// URIs to shorten the paths
// FIXME: filename munging is sort of hackish, might be confusing if
// there are multiple extensions with similar filenames
let str = "<file:unknown>";
let file = frame.filename || frame.fileName;
if (file) {
str = file.replace(/^(?:chrome|file):.*?([^\/\.]+\.\w+)$/, "$1");
}
if (frame.lineNumber) {
str += ":" + frame.lineNumber;
}
if (frame.name) {
str = frame.name + "()@" + str;
}
if (str) {
output.push(str);
}
frame = frame.caller;
}
return `Stack trace: ${output.join("\n")}`;
}
// Standard JS exception
if (e.stack) {
let stack = e.stack;
return (
"JS Stack trace: " +
stack.trim().replace(/@[^@]*?([^\/\.]+\.\w+:)/g, "@$1")
);
}
return "No traceback available";
},
};
/*
* LogMessage
* Encapsulates a single log event's data
*/
class LogMessage {
constructor(loggerName, level, message, params) {
this.loggerName = loggerName;
this.level = level;
/*
* Special case to handle "log./level/(object)", for example logging a caught exception
* without providing text or params like: catch(e) { logger.warn(e) }
* Treating this as an empty text with the object in the 'params' field causes the
* object to be formatted properly by BasicFormatter.
*/
if (
!params &&
message &&
typeof message == "object" &&
typeof message.valueOf() != "string"
) {
this.message = null;
this.params = message;
} else {
// If the message text is empty, or a string, or a String object, normal handling
this.message = message;
this.params = params;
}
// The _structured field will correspond to whether this message is to
// be interpreted as a structured message.
this._structured = this.params && this.params.action;
this.time = Date.now();
}
get levelDesc() {
if (this.level in Log.Level.Desc) {
return Log.Level.Desc[this.level];
}
return "UNKNOWN";
}
toString() {
let msg = `${this.time} ${this.level} ${this.message}`;
if (this.params) {
msg += ` ${JSON.stringify(this.params)}`;
}
return `LogMessage [${msg}]`;
}
}
/*
* Logger
* Hierarchical version. Logs to all appenders, assigned or inherited
*/
class Logger {
constructor(name, repository) {
if (!repository) {
repository = Log.repository;
}
this._name = name;
this.children = [];
this.ownAppenders = [];
this.appenders = [];
this._repository = repository;
this._levelPrefName = null;
this._levelPrefValue = null;
this._level = null;
this._parent = null;
}
get name() {
return this._name;
}
get level() {
if (this._levelPrefName) {
// We've been asked to use a preference to configure the logs. If the
// pref has a value we use it, otherwise we continue to use the parent.
const lpv = this._levelPrefValue;
if (lpv) {
const levelValue = Log.Level[lpv];
if (levelValue) {
// stash it in _level just in case a future value of the pref is
// invalid, in which case we end up continuing to use this value.
this._level = levelValue;
return levelValue;
}
} else {
// in case the pref has transitioned from a value to no value, we reset
// this._level and fall through to using the parent.
this._level = null;
}
}
if (this._level != null) {
return this._level;
}
if (this.parent) {
return this.parent.level;
}
dumpError("Log warning: root logger configuration error: no level defined");
return Log.Level.All;
}
set level(level) {
if (this._levelPrefName) {
// I guess we could honor this by nuking this._levelPrefValue, but it
// almost certainly implies confusion, so we'll warn and ignore.
dumpError(
`Log warning: The log '${this.name}' is configured to use ` +
`the preference '${this._levelPrefName}' - you must adjust ` +
`the level by setting this preference, not by using the ` +
`level setter`
);
return;
}
this._level = level;
}
get parent() {
return this._parent;
}
set parent(parent) {
if (this._parent == parent) {
return;
}
// Remove ourselves from parent's children
if (this._parent) {
let index = this._parent.children.indexOf(this);
if (index != -1) {
this._parent.children.splice(index, 1);
}
}
this._parent = parent;
parent.children.push(this);
this.updateAppenders();
}
manageLevelFromPref(prefName) {
if (prefName == this._levelPrefName) {
// We've already configured this log with an observer for that pref.
return;
}
if (this._levelPrefName) {
dumpError(
`The log '${this.name}' is already configured with the ` +
`preference '${this._levelPrefName}' - ignoring request to ` +
`also use the preference '${prefName}'`
);
return;
}
this._levelPrefName = prefName;
XPCOMUtils.defineLazyPreferenceGetter(this, "_levelPrefValue", prefName);
}
updateAppenders() {
if (this._parent) {
let notOwnAppenders = this._parent.appenders.filter(function(appender) {
return !this.ownAppenders.includes(appender);
}, this);
this.appenders = notOwnAppenders.concat(this.ownAppenders);
} else {
this.appenders = this.ownAppenders.slice();
}
// Update children's appenders.
for (let i = 0; i < this.children.length; i++) {
this.children[i].updateAppenders();
}
}
addAppender(appender) {
if (this.ownAppenders.includes(appender)) {
return;
}
this.ownAppenders.push(appender);
this.updateAppenders();
}
removeAppender(appender) {
let index = this.ownAppenders.indexOf(appender);
if (index == -1) {
return;
}
this.ownAppenders.splice(index, 1);
this.updateAppenders();
}
_unpackTemplateLiteral(string, params) {
if (!Array.isArray(params)) {
// Regular log() call.
return [string, params];
}
if (!Array.isArray(string)) {
// Not using template literal. However params was packed into an array by
// the this.[level] call, so we need to unpack it here.
return [string, params[0]];
}
// We're using template literal format (logger.warn `foo ${bar}`). Turn the
// template strings into one string containing "${0}"..."${n}" tokens, and
// feed it to the basic formatter. The formatter will treat the numbers as
// indices into the params array, and convert the tokens to the params.
if (!params.length) {
// No params; we need to set params to undefined, so the formatter
// doesn't try to output the params array.
return [string[0], undefined];
}
let concat = string[0];
for (let i = 0; i < params.length; i++) {
concat += `\${${i}}${string[i + 1]}`;
}
return [concat, params];
}
log(level, string, params) {
if (this.level > level) {
return;
}
// Hold off on creating the message object until we actually have
// an appender that's responsible.
let message;
let appenders = this.appenders;
for (let appender of appenders) {
if (appender.level > level) {
continue;
}
if (!message) {
[string, params] = this._unpackTemplateLiteral(string, params);
message = new LogMessage(this._name, level, string, params);
}
appender.append(message);
}
}
fatal(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Fatal, string, params);
}
error(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Error, string, params);
}
warn(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Warn, string, params);
}
info(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Info, string, params);
}
config(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Config, string, params);
}
debug(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Debug, string, params);
}
trace(string, ...params) {
this.log(Log.Level.Trace, string, params);
}
}
/*
* LoggerRepository
* Implements a hierarchy of Loggers
*/
class LoggerRepository {
constructor() {
this._loggers = {};
this._rootLogger = null;
}
get rootLogger() {
if (!this._rootLogger) {
this._rootLogger = new Logger("root", this);
this._rootLogger.level = Log.Level.All;
}
return this._rootLogger;
}
set rootLogger(logger) {
throw new Error("Cannot change the root logger");
}
_updateParents(name) {
let pieces = name.split(".");
let cur, parent;
// find the closest parent
// don't test for the logger name itself, as there's a chance it's already
// there in this._loggers
for (let i = 0; i < pieces.length - 1; i++) {
if (cur) {
cur += "." + pieces[i];
} else {
cur = pieces[i];
}
if (cur in this._loggers) {
parent = cur;
}
}
// if we didn't assign a parent above, there is no parent
if (!parent) {
this._loggers[name].parent = this.rootLogger;
} else {
this._loggers[name].parent = this._loggers[parent];
}
// trigger updates for any possible descendants of this logger
for (let logger in this._loggers) {
if (logger != name && logger.indexOf(name) == 0) {
this._updateParents(logger);
}
}
}
/**
* Obtain a named Logger.
*
* The returned Logger instance for a particular name is shared among
* all callers. In other words, if two consumers call getLogger("foo"),
* they will both have a reference to the same object.
*
* @return Logger
*/
getLogger(name) {
if (name in this._loggers) {
return this._loggers[name];
}
this._loggers[name] = new Logger(name, this);
this._updateParents(name);
return this._loggers[name];
}
/**
* Obtain a Logger that logs all string messages with a prefix.
*
* A common pattern is to have separate Logger instances for each instance
* of an object. But, you still want to distinguish between each instance.
* Since Log.repository.getLogger() returns shared Logger objects,
* monkeypatching one Logger modifies them all.
*
* This function returns a new object with a prototype chain that chains
* up to the original Logger instance. The new prototype has log functions
* that prefix content to each message.
*
* @param name
* (string) The Logger to retrieve.
* @param prefix
* (string) The string to prefix each logged message with.
*/
getLoggerWithMessagePrefix(name, prefix) {
let log = this.getLogger(name);
let proxy = Object.create(log);
proxy.log = (level, string, params) => {
if (Array.isArray(string) && Array.isArray(params)) {
// Template literal.
// We cannot change the original array, so create a new one.
string = [prefix + string[0]].concat(string.slice(1));
} else {
string = prefix + string; // Regular string.
}
return log.log(level, string, params);
};
return proxy;
}
}
/*
* Formatters
* These massage a LogMessage into whatever output is desired.
*/
// Basic formatter that doesn't do anything fancy.
class BasicFormatter {
constructor(dateFormat) {
if (dateFormat) {
this.dateFormat = dateFormat;
}
this.parameterFormatter = new ParameterFormatter();
}
/**
* Format the text of a message with optional parameters.
* If the text contains ${identifier}, replace that with
* the value of params[identifier]; if ${}, replace that with
* the entire params object. If no params have been substituted
* into the text, format the entire object and append that
* to the message.
*/
formatText(message) {
let params = message.params;
if (typeof params == "undefined") {
return message.message || "";
}
// Defensive handling of non-object params
// We could add a special case for NSRESULT values here...
let pIsObject = typeof params == "object" || typeof params == "function";
// if we have params, try and find substitutions.
if (this.parameterFormatter) {
// have we successfully substituted any parameters into the message?
// in the log message
let subDone = false;
let regex = /\$\{(\S*?)\}/g;
let textParts = [];
if (message.message) {
textParts.push(
message.message.replace(regex, (_, sub) => {
// ${foo} means use the params['foo']
if (sub) {
if (pIsObject && sub in message.params) {
subDone = true;
return this.parameterFormatter.format(message.params[sub]);
}
return "${" + sub + "}";
}
// ${} means use the entire params object.
subDone = true;
return this.parameterFormatter.format(message.params);
})
);
}
if (!subDone) {
// There were no substitutions in the text, so format the entire params object
let rest = this.parameterFormatter.format(message.params);
if (rest !== null && rest != "{}") {
textParts.push(rest);
}
}
return textParts.join(": ");
}
return undefined;
}
format(message) {
return (
message.time +
"\t" +
message.loggerName +
"\t" +
message.levelDesc +
"\t" +
this.formatText(message)
);
}
}
/**
* Test an object to see if it is a Mozilla JS Error.
*/
function isError(aObj) {
return (
aObj &&
typeof aObj == "object" &&
"name" in aObj &&
"message" in aObj &&
"fileName" in aObj &&
"lineNumber" in aObj &&
"stack" in aObj
);
}
/*
* Parameter Formatters
* These massage an object used as a parameter for a LogMessage into
* a string representation of the object.
*/
class ParameterFormatter {
constructor() {
this._name = "ParameterFormatter";
}
format(ob) {
try {
if (ob === undefined) {
return "undefined";
}
if (ob === null) {
return "null";
}
// Pass through primitive types and objects that unbox to primitive types.
if (
(typeof ob != "object" || typeof ob.valueOf() != "object") &&
typeof ob != "function"
) {
return ob;
}
if (ob instanceof Ci.nsIException) {
return `${ob} ${Log.stackTrace(ob)}`;
} else if (isError(ob)) {
return Log._formatError(ob);
}
// Just JSONify it. Filter out our internal fields and those the caller has
// already handled.
return JSON.stringify(ob, (key, val) => {
if (INTERNAL_FIELDS.has(key)) {
return undefined;
}
return val;
});
} catch (e) {
dumpError(
`Exception trying to format object for log message: ${Log.exceptionStr(
e
)}`
);
}
// Fancy formatting failed. Just toSource() it - but even this may fail!
try {
return ob.toSource();
} catch (_) {}
try {
return String(ob);
} catch (_) {
return "[object]";
}
}
}
/*
* Appenders
* These can be attached to Loggers to log to different places
* Simply subclass and override doAppend to implement a new one
*/
class Appender {
constructor(formatter) {
this.level = Log.Level.All;
this._name = "Appender";
this._formatter = formatter || new BasicFormatter();
}
append(message) {
if (message) {
this.doAppend(this._formatter.format(message));
}
}
toString() {
return `${this._name} [level=${this.level}, formatter=${this._formatter}]`;
}
}
/*
* DumpAppender
* Logs to standard out
*/
class DumpAppender extends Appender {
constructor(formatter) {
super(formatter);
this._name = "DumpAppender";
}
doAppend(formatted) {
dump(formatted + "\n");
}
}
/*
* ConsoleAppender
* Logs to the javascript console
*/
class ConsoleAppender extends Appender {
constructor(formatter) {
super(formatter);
this._name = "ConsoleAppender";
}
// XXX this should be replaced with calls to the Browser Console
append(message) {
if (message) {
let m = this._formatter.format(message);
if (message.level > Log.Level.Warn) {
Cu.reportError(m);
return;
}
this.doAppend(m);
}
}
doAppend(formatted) {
Services.console.logStringMessage(formatted);
}
}
Object.assign(Log, {
LogMessage,
Logger,
LoggerRepository,
BasicFormatter,
Appender,
DumpAppender,
ConsoleAppender,
ParameterFormatter,
});