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 31// Author: kenton@google.com (Kenton Varda)
 32//  Based on original Protocol Buffers design by
 33//  Sanjay Ghemawat, Jeff Dean, and others.
 34//
 35// Defines an implementation of Message which can emulate types which are not
 36// known at compile-time.
 37
 38#ifndef GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_DYNAMIC_MESSAGE_H__
 39#define GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_DYNAMIC_MESSAGE_H__
 40
 41#include <google/protobuf/message.h>
 42#include <google/protobuf/stubs/common.h>
 43
 44namespace google {
 45namespace protobuf {
 46
 47// Defined in other files.
 48class Descriptor;        // descriptor.h
 49class DescriptorPool;    // descriptor.h
 50
 51// Constructs implementations of Message which can emulate types which are not
 52// known at compile-time.
 53//
 54// Sometimes you want to be able to manipulate protocol types that you don't
 55// know about at compile time.  It would be nice to be able to construct
 56// a Message object which implements the message type given by any arbitrary
 57// Descriptor.  DynamicMessage provides this.
 58//
 59// As it turns out, a DynamicMessage needs to construct extra
 60// information about its type in order to operate.  Most of this information
 61// can be shared between all DynamicMessages of the same type.  But, caching
 62// this information in some sort of global map would be a bad idea, since
 63// the cached information for a particular descriptor could outlive the
 64// descriptor itself.  To avoid this problem, DynamicMessageFactory
 65// encapsulates this "cache".  All DynamicMessages of the same type created
 66// from the same factory will share the same support data.  Any Descriptors
 67// used with a particular factory must outlive the factory.
 68class LIBPROTOBUF_EXPORT DynamicMessageFactory : public MessageFactory {
 69 public:
 70  // Construct a DynamicMessageFactory that will search for extensions in
 71  // the DescriptorPool in which the exendee is defined.
 72  DynamicMessageFactory();
 73
 74  // Construct a DynamicMessageFactory that will search for extensions in
 75  // the given DescriptorPool.
 76  //
 77  // DEPRECATED:  Use CodedInputStream::SetExtensionRegistry() to tell the
 78  //   parser to look for extensions in an alternate pool.  However, note that
 79  //   this is almost never what you want to do.  Almost all users should use
 80  //   the zero-arg constructor.
 81  DynamicMessageFactory(const DescriptorPool* pool);
 82
 83  ~DynamicMessageFactory();
 84
 85  // Call this to tell the DynamicMessageFactory that if it is given a
 86  // Descriptor d for which:
 87  //   d->file()->pool() == DescriptorPool::generated_pool(),
 88  // then it should delegate to MessageFactory::generated_factory() instead
 89  // of constructing a dynamic implementation of the message.  In theory there
 90  // is no down side to doing this, so it may become the default in the future.
 91  void SetDelegateToGeneratedFactory(bool enable) {
 92    delegate_to_generated_factory_ = enable;
 93  }
 94
 95  // implements MessageFactory ---------------------------------------
 96
 97  // Given a Descriptor, constructs the default (prototype) Message of that
 98  // type.  You can then call that message's New() method to construct a
 99  // mutable message of that type.
100  //
101  // Calling this method twice with the same Descriptor returns the same
102  // object.  The returned object remains property of the factory and will
103  // be destroyed when the factory is destroyed.  Also, any objects created
104  // by calling the prototype's New() method share some data with the
105  // prototype, so these must be destoyed before the DynamicMessageFactory
106  // is destroyed.
107  //
108  // The given descriptor must outlive the returned message, and hence must
109  // outlive the DynamicMessageFactory.
110  //
111  // The method is thread-safe.
112  const Message* GetPrototype(const Descriptor* type);
113
114 private:
115  const DescriptorPool* pool_;
116  bool delegate_to_generated_factory_;
117
118  // This struct just contains a hash_map.  We can't #include <google/protobuf/stubs/hash.h> from
119  // this header due to hacks needed for hash_map portability in the open source
120  // release.  Namely, stubs/hash.h, which defines hash_map portably, is not a
121  // public header (for good reason), but dynamic_message.h is, and public
122  // headers may only #include other public headers.
123  struct PrototypeMap;
124  scoped_ptr<PrototypeMap> prototypes_;
125  mutable Mutex prototypes_mutex_;
126
127  friend class DynamicMessage;
128  const Message* GetPrototypeNoLock(const Descriptor* type);
129
130  GOOGLE_DISALLOW_EVIL_CONSTRUCTORS(DynamicMessageFactory);
131};
132
133}  // namespace protobuf
134
135}  // namespace google
136#endif  // GOOGLE_PROTOBUF_DYNAMIC_MESSAGE_H__