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// Copyright (c) 2010 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.

#include "chrome/browser/safe_browsing/safe_browsing_store.h"

namespace {

// Find items matching between |subs| and |adds|, and remove them,
// recording the item from |adds| in |adds_removed|.  To minimize
// copies, the inputs are processing in parallel, so |subs| and |adds|
// should be compatibly ordered (either by SBAddPrefixLess or
// SBAddPrefixHashLess).
// |predAS| provides add < sub, |predSA| provides sub < add, for the
// tightest compare appropriate (see calls in SBProcessSubs).
template <class S, class A, typename PredAS, typename PredSA>
void KnockoutSubs(std::vector<S>* subs,
                  std::vector<A>* adds,
                  PredAS predAS, PredSA predSA,
                  std::vector<A>* adds_removed) {
  // Keep a pair of output iterators for writing kept items.  Due to
  // deletions, these may lag the main iterators.  Using erase() on
  // individual items would result in O(N^2) copies.  Using std::list
  // would work around that, at double or triple the memory cost.
  typename std::vector<A>::iterator add_out = adds->begin();
  typename std::vector<S>::iterator sub_out = subs->begin();

  // Current location in vectors.
  // TODO(shess): I want these to be const_iterator, but then
  // std::copy() gets confused.  Could snag a const_iterator add_end,
  // or write an inline std::copy(), but it seems like I'm doing
  // something wrong.
  typename std::vector<A>::iterator add_iter = adds->begin();
  typename std::vector<S>::iterator sub_iter = subs->begin();

  while (add_iter != adds->end() && sub_iter != subs->end()) {
    // If |*sub_iter| < |*add_iter|, retain the sub.
    if (predSA(*sub_iter, *add_iter)) {
      *sub_out = *sub_iter;

      // If |*add_iter| < |*sub_iter|, retain the add.
    } else if (predAS(*add_iter, *sub_iter)) {
      *add_out = *add_iter;

      // Record equal items and drop them.
    } else {

  // Erase any leftover gap.
  adds->erase(add_out, add_iter);
  subs->erase(sub_out, sub_iter);

// Remove items in |removes| from |full_hashes|.  |full_hashes| and
// |removes| should be ordered by SBAddPrefix component.
template <class T>
void RemoveMatchingPrefixes(const std::vector<SBAddPrefix>& removes,
                            std::vector<T>* full_hashes) {
  // This is basically an inline of std::set_difference().
  // Unfortunately, that algorithm requires that the two iterator
  // pairs use the same value types.

  // Where to store kept items.
  typename std::vector<T>::iterator out = full_hashes->begin();

  typename std::vector<T>::iterator hash_iter = full_hashes->begin();
  std::vector<SBAddPrefix>::const_iterator remove_iter = removes.begin();

  while (hash_iter != full_hashes->end() && remove_iter != removes.end()) {
    // Keep items less than |*remove_iter|.
    if (SBAddPrefixLess(*hash_iter, *remove_iter)) {
      *out = *hash_iter;

      // No hit for |*remove_iter|, bump it forward.
    } else if (SBAddPrefixLess(*remove_iter, *hash_iter)) {

      // Drop equal items, there may be multiple hits.
    } else {
      do {
      } while (hash_iter != full_hashes->end() &&
               !SBAddPrefixLess(*remove_iter, *hash_iter));

  // Erase any leftover gap.
  full_hashes->erase(out, hash_iter);

}  // namespace

void SBProcessSubs(std::vector<SBAddPrefix>* add_prefixes,
                   std::vector<SBSubPrefix>* sub_prefixes,
                   std::vector<SBAddFullHash>* add_full_hashes,
                   std::vector<SBSubFullHash>* sub_full_hashes) {
  // It is possible to structure templates and template
  // specializations such that the following calls work without having
  // to qualify things.  It becomes very arbitrary, though, and less
  // clear how things are working.

  // Sort the inputs by the SBAddPrefix bits.
  std::sort(add_prefixes->begin(), add_prefixes->end(),
  std::sort(sub_prefixes->begin(), sub_prefixes->end(),
  std::sort(add_full_hashes->begin(), add_full_hashes->end(),
  std::sort(sub_full_hashes->begin(), sub_full_hashes->end(),

  // Factor out the prefix subs.
  std::vector<SBAddPrefix> removed_adds;
  KnockoutSubs(sub_prefixes, add_prefixes,

  // Remove the full-hashes corrosponding to the adds which
  // KnockoutSubs() removed.  Processing these w/in KnockoutSubs()
  // would make the code more complicated, and they are very small
  // relative to the prefix lists so the gain would be modest.
  RemoveMatchingPrefixes(removed_adds, add_full_hashes);
  RemoveMatchingPrefixes(removed_adds, sub_full_hashes);

  // TODO(shess): AFAICT this pass is not done on the trunk.  I
  // believe that's a bug, but it may not matter because full-hash
  // subs almost never happen (I think you'd need multiple collisions
  // where one of the sites stopped being flagged?).  Enable this once
  // everything is in.  [if(0) instead of #ifdef 0 to make sure it
  // compiles.]
  if (0) {
    // Factor out the full-hash subs.
    std::vector<SBAddFullHash> removed_full_adds;
    KnockoutSubs(sub_full_hashes, add_full_hashes,

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