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#include "main/object.h"
#include "util/lists.h"
#include "util/time.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
struct listbox_item;
struct uri;
/* This enum describes the level of caching of certain cache entry. That is,
* under what conditions shall it be reloaded, if ever. The one with lowest
* value is most agressively cached, however the cache is most reluctant to
* cache the one with highest value. */
/* TODO: Invert order to be more intuitive. But be careful, many tests rely on
* current order. --Miciah,Zas */
enum cache_mode {
typedef int cache_mode_T;
struct cache_entry {
OBJECT_HEAD(struct cache_entry);
/* Items in this list are ALLOCATED IN A NON-STANDARD WAY! Thus if you
* are gonna mess with them (you shouldn't), you need to use the
* mmap suite. */
LIST_OF(struct fragment) frag;
struct uri *uri; /* Identifier for the cached data */
struct uri *proxy_uri; /* Proxy identifier or same as @uri */
struct uri *redirect; /* Location we were redirected to */
char *head; /* The protocol header */
char *content_type; /* MIME type: <type> "/" <subtype> */
char *last_modified; /* Latest modification date */
char *etag; /* ETag value from the HTTP header */
char *ssl_info; /* SSL ciphers used during transfer */
char *encoding_info; /* Encoding used during transfer */
unsigned int cache_id; /* Change each time entry is modified. */
time_t seconds; /* Access time. Used by 'If-Modified-Since' */
off_t length; /* The expected and complete size */
off_t data_size; /* The actual size of all fragments */
struct listbox_item *box_item; /* Dialog data for cache manager */
struct JSObject *jsobject; /* Instance of cache_entry_class */
timeval_T max_age; /* Expiration time */
unsigned int expire:1; /* Whether to honour max_age */
unsigned int preformatted:1; /* Has content been preformatted? */
unsigned int redirect_get:1; /* Follow redirect using get method? */
unsigned int incomplete:1; /* Has all data been downloaded? */
unsigned int valid:1; /* Is cache entry usable? */
/* This is a mark for internal workings of garbage_collection(), whether
* the cache_entry should be busted or not. You are not likely to see
* an entry with this set to 1 in wild nature ;-). */
unsigned int gc_target:1; /* The GC touch of death */
unsigned int cgi:1; /* Is a CGI output? */
cache_mode_T cache_mode; /* Reload condition */
struct fragment {
LIST_HEAD(struct fragment);
off_t offset;
off_t length;
off_t real_length;
char data[1]; /* Must be last */
/* Searches the cache for an entry matching the URI. Returns NULL if no one
* matches. */
struct cache_entry *find_in_cache(struct uri *uri);
/* Searches the cache for a matching entry else a new one is added. Returns
* NULL if allocation fails. */
struct cache_entry *get_cache_entry(struct uri *uri);
/* Searches the cache for a matching entry and checks if it is still valid and
* usable. Returns NULL if the @cache_mode suggests to reload it again. */
struct cache_entry *get_validated_cache_entry(struct uri *uri, cache_mode_T cache_mode);
/* Checks if a dangling cache entry pointer is still valid. */
int cache_entry_is_valid(struct cache_entry *cached);
/* Follow all redirects and return the resulting cache entry or NULL if there
* are missing redirects. */
struct cache_entry *follow_cached_redirects(struct cache_entry *cached);
/* Works like find_in_cache(), but will follow cached redirects using
* follow_cached_redirects(). */
struct cache_entry *get_redirected_cache_entry(struct uri *uri);
/* Add a fragment to the @cached object at the given @offset containing @length
* bytes from the @data pointer. */
/* Returns -1 upon error,
* 1 if cache entry was enlarged,
* 0 if only old data were overwritten. */
int add_fragment(struct cache_entry *cached, off_t offset,
const char *data, ssize_t length);
/* Defragments the cache entry and returns the resulting fragment containing the
* complete source of all currently downloaded fragments. Returns NULL if
* validation of the fragments fails. */
struct fragment *get_cache_fragment(struct cache_entry *cached);
/* Should be called when creation of a new cache has been completed. Most
* importantly, it will updates cached->incomplete. */
void normalize_cache_entry(struct cache_entry *cached, off_t length);
void free_entry_to(struct cache_entry *cached, off_t offset);
void delete_entry_content(struct cache_entry *cached);
void delete_cache_entry(struct cache_entry *cached);
/* Sets up the cache entry to redirect to a new location
* @location decides where to redirect to by resolving it relative to the
* entry's URI.
* @get controls the method should be used when handling the redirect.
* @incomplete will become the new value of the incomplete member if it
* is >= 0.
* Returns the URI being redirected to or NULL if allocation failed.
struct uri *
redirect_cache(struct cache_entry *cached, const char *location,
int get, int incomplete);
/* The garbage collector trigger. If @whole is zero, remove unused cache
* entries which are bigger than the cache size limit set by user. For @zero
* being one, remove all unused cache entries. */
void garbage_collection(int whole);
/* Used by the resource and memory info dialogs for getting information about
* the cache. */
unsigned longlong get_cache_size(void);
int get_cache_entry_count(void);
int get_cache_entry_used_count(void);
int get_cache_entry_loading_count(void);
#ifdef __cplusplus