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* Copyright 2011 The WebRTC Project Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
#ifdef WIN32
#include <winsock2.h>
typedef int socklen_t;
typedef SOCKET NativeSocket;
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <sys/select.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#define closesocket close
typedef int NativeSocket;
#define SOCKET_ERROR (-1)
#define INVALID_SOCKET static_cast<NativeSocket>(-1)
#include <string>
class SocketBase {
SocketBase() : socket_(INVALID_SOCKET) {}
explicit SocketBase(NativeSocket socket) : socket_(socket) {}
~SocketBase() { Close(); }
NativeSocket socket() const { return socket_; }
bool valid() const { return socket_ != INVALID_SOCKET; }
bool Create();
void Close();
NativeSocket socket_;
// Represents an HTTP server socket.
class DataSocket : public SocketBase {
enum RequestMethod {
explicit DataSocket(NativeSocket socket)
: SocketBase(socket), method_(INVALID), content_length_(0) {}
~DataSocket() {}
static const char kCrossOriginAllowHeaders[];
bool headers_received() const { return method_ != INVALID; }
RequestMethod method() const { return method_; }
const std::string& request_path() const { return request_path_; }
std::string request_arguments() const;
const std::string& data() const { return data_; }
const std::string& content_type() const { return content_type_; }
size_t content_length() const { return content_length_; }
bool request_received() const {
return headers_received() && (method_ != POST || data_received());
bool data_received() const {
return method_ != POST || data_.length() >= content_length_;
// Checks if the request path (minus arguments) matches a given path.
bool PathEquals(const char* path) const;
// Called when we have received some data from clients.
// Returns false if an error occurred.
bool OnDataAvailable(bool* close_socket);
// Send a raw buffer of bytes.
bool Send(const std::string& data) const;
// Send an HTTP response. The |status| should start with a valid HTTP
// response code, followed by a string. E.g. "200 OK".
// If |connection_close| is set to true, an extra "Connection: close" HTTP
// header will be included. |content_type| is the mime content type, not
// including the "Content-Type: " string.
// |extra_headers| should be either empty or a list of headers where each
// header terminates with "\r\n".
// |data| is the body of the message. It's length will be specified via
// a "Content-Length" header.
bool Send(const std::string& status,
bool connection_close,
const std::string& content_type,
const std::string& extra_headers,
const std::string& data) const;
// Clears all held state and prepares the socket for receiving a new request.
void Clear();
// A fairly relaxed HTTP header parser. Parses the method, path and
// content length (POST only) of a request.
// Returns true if a valid request was received and no errors occurred.
bool ParseHeaders();
// Figures out whether the request is a GET or POST and what path is
// being requested.
bool ParseMethodAndPath(const char* begin, size_t len);
// Determines the length of the body and it's mime type.
bool ParseContentLengthAndType(const char* headers, size_t length);
RequestMethod method_;
size_t content_length_;
std::string content_type_;
std::string request_path_;
std::string request_headers_;
std::string data_;
// The server socket. Accepts connections and generates DataSocket instances
// for each new connection.
class ListeningSocket : public SocketBase {
ListeningSocket() {}
bool Listen(unsigned short port);
DataSocket* Accept() const;