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// Copyright (c) 2012 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.
#ifndef CHROME_BROWSER_AUTOCOMPLETE_AUTOCOMPLETE_PROVIDER_H_
#define CHROME_BROWSER_AUTOCOMPLETE_AUTOCOMPLETE_PROVIDER_H_
#include <string>
#include "base/basictypes.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "chrome/browser/autocomplete/autocomplete_match.h"
#include "components/metrics/proto/omnibox_event.pb.h"
class AutocompleteInput;
class AutocompleteProviderListener;
class GURL;
class Profile;
typedef std::vector<metrics::OmniboxEventProto_ProviderInfo> ProvidersInfo;
// The AutocompleteProviders each return different kinds of matches,
// such as history or search matches. These matches are given
// "relevance" scores. Higher scores are better matches than lower
// scores. The relevance scores and classes providing the respective
// matches are as listed below.
//
// IMPORTANT CAVEAT: The tables below are NOT COMPLETE. Developers
// often forget to keep these tables in sync with the code when they
// change scoring algorithms or add new providers. For example,
// neither the HistoryQuickProvider (which is a provider that appears
// often) nor the ShortcutsProvider are listed here. For the best
// idea of how scoring works and what providers are affecting which
// queries, play with chrome://omnibox/ for a while. While the tables
// below may have some utility, nothing compares with first-hand
// investigation and experience.
//
// UNKNOWN input type:
// --------------------------------------------------------------------|-----
// Keyword (non-substituting or in keyword UI mode, exact match) | 1500
// Extension App (exact match) | 1425
// HistoryURL (good exact or inline autocomplete matches, some inexact)| 1410++
// HistoryURL (intranet url never visited match, some inexact matches) | 1400++
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history within 2 days) | 1399**
// Search Primary Provider (what you typed) | 1300
// HistoryURL (what you typed, some inexact matches) | 1200++
// Extension App (inexact match) | 1175*~
// Keyword (substituting, exact match) | 1100
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history older than 2 days) | 1050--
// HistoryURL (some inexact matches) | 900++
// BookmarkProvider (prefix match in bookmark title) | 900+-
// Built-in | 860++
// Search Primary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 800++
// Search Primary Provider (suggestion) | 600++
// Keyword (inexact match) | 450
// Search Secondary Provider (what you typed) | 250
// Search Secondary Provider (past query in history) | 200--
// Search Secondary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 150++
// Search Secondary Provider (suggestion) | 100++
//
// URL input type:
// --------------------------------------------------------------------|-----
// Keyword (non-substituting or in keyword UI mode, exact match) | 1500
// Extension App (exact match) | 1425
// HistoryURL (good exact or inline autocomplete matches, some inexact)| 1410++
// HistoryURL (intranet url never visited match, some inexact matches) | 1400++
// HistoryURL (what you typed, some inexact matches) | 1200++
// Extension App (inexact match) | 1175*~
// Keyword (substituting, exact match) | 1100
// HistoryURL (some inexact matches) | 900++
// Built-in | 860++
// Search Primary Provider (what you typed) | 850
// Search Primary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 800++
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history) | 750--
// Keyword (inexact match) | 700
// Search Primary Provider (suggestion) | 300++
// Search Secondary Provider (what you typed) | 250
// Search Secondary Provider (past query in history) | 200--
// Search Secondary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 150++
// Search Secondary Provider (suggestion) | 100++
//
// QUERY input type:
// --------------------------------------------------------------------|-----
// Search Primary or Secondary (past query in history within 2 days) | 1599**
// Keyword (non-substituting or in keyword UI mode, exact match) | 1500
// Keyword (substituting, exact match) | 1450
// Extension App (exact match) | 1425
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history within 2 days) | 1399**
// Search Primary Provider (what you typed) | 1300
// Extension App (inexact match) | 1175*~
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history older than 2 days) | 1050--
// HistoryURL (inexact match) | 900++
// BookmarkProvider (prefix match in bookmark title) | 900+-
// Search Primary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 800++
// Search Primary Provider (suggestion) | 600++
// Keyword (inexact match) | 450
// Search Secondary Provider (what you typed) | 250
// Search Secondary Provider (past query in history) | 200--
// Search Secondary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 150++
// Search Secondary Provider (suggestion) | 100++
//
// FORCED_QUERY input type:
// --------------------------------------------------------------------|-----
// Extension App (exact match on title only, not url) | 1425
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history within 2 days) | 1399**
// Search Primary Provider (what you typed) | 1300
// Extension App (inexact match on title only, not url) | 1175*~
// Search Primary Provider (past query in history older than 2 days) | 1050--
// Search Primary Provider (navigational suggestion) | 800++
// Search Primary Provider (suggestion) | 600++
//
// (A search keyword is a keyword with a replacement string; a bookmark keyword
// is a keyword with no replacement string, that is, a shortcut for a URL.)
//
// There are two possible providers for search suggestions. If the user has
// typed a keyword, then the primary provider is the keyword provider and the
// secondary provider is the default provider. If the user has not typed a
// keyword, then the primary provider corresponds to the default provider.
//
// Search providers may supply relevance values along with their results to be
// used in place of client-side calculated values.
//
// The value column gives the ranking returned from the various providers.
// ++: a series of matches with relevance from n up to (n + max_matches).
// --: relevance score falls off over time (discounted 50 points @ 15 minutes,
// 450 points @ two weeks)
// **: relevance score falls off over two days (discounted 99 points after two
// days).
// *~: Partial matches get a score on a sliding scale from about 575-1125 based
// on how many times the URL for the Extension App has been typed and how
// many of the letters match.
// +-: A base score that the provider will adjust upward or downward based on
// provider-specific metrics.
//
// A single result provider for the autocomplete system. Given user input, the
// provider decides what (if any) matches to return, their relevance, and their
// classifications.
class AutocompleteProvider
: public base::RefCountedThreadSafe<AutocompleteProvider> {
public:
// Different AutocompleteProvider implementations.
enum Type {
TYPE_BOOKMARK = 1 << 0,
TYPE_BUILTIN = 1 << 1,
TYPE_EXTENSION_APP = 1 << 2,
TYPE_HISTORY_QUICK = 1 << 3,
TYPE_HISTORY_URL = 1 << 4,
TYPE_KEYWORD = 1 << 5,
TYPE_SEARCH = 1 << 6,
TYPE_SHORTCUTS = 1 << 7,
TYPE_ZERO_SUGGEST = 1 << 8,
};
AutocompleteProvider(AutocompleteProviderListener* listener,
Profile* profile,
Type type);
// Returns a string describing a particular AutocompleteProvider type.
static const char* TypeToString(Type type);
// Called to start an autocomplete query. The provider is responsible for
// tracking its matches for this query and whether it is done processing the
// query. When new matches are available or the provider finishes, it
// calls the controller's OnProviderUpdate() method. The controller can then
// get the new matches using the provider's accessors.
// Exception: Matches available immediately after starting the query (that
// is, synchronously) do not cause any notifications to be sent. The
// controller is expected to check for these without prompting (since
// otherwise, starting each provider running would result in a flurry of
// notifications).
//
// Once Stop() has been called, no more notifications should be sent.
//
// |minimal_changes| is an optimization that lets the provider do less work
// when the |input|'s text hasn't changed. See the body of
// OmniboxPopupModel::StartAutocomplete().
virtual void Start(const AutocompleteInput& input, bool minimal_changes) = 0;
// Called when a provider must not make any more callbacks for the current
// query. This will be called regardless of whether the provider is already
// done. If the provider caches any results, it should clear the cache based
// on the value of |clear_cached_results|.
virtual void Stop(bool clear_cached_results);
// Returns the enum equivalent to the name of this provider.
// TODO(derat): Make metrics use AutocompleteProvider::Type directly, or at
// least move this method to the metrics directory.
metrics::OmniboxEventProto_ProviderType AsOmniboxEventProviderType() const;
// Called to delete a match and the backing data that produced it. This
// match should not appear again in this or future queries. This can only be
// called for matches the provider marks as deletable. This should only be
// called when no query is running.
// NOTE: Do NOT call OnProviderUpdate() in this method, it is the
// responsibility of the caller to do so after calling us.
virtual void DeleteMatch(const AutocompleteMatch& match);
// Called when an omnibox event log entry is generated. This gives
// a provider the opportunity to add diagnostic information to the
// logs. A provider is expected to append a single entry of whatever
// information it wants to |provider_info|.
virtual void AddProviderInfo(ProvidersInfo* provider_info) const;
// Called when a new omnibox session starts or the current session ends.
// This gives the opportunity to reset the internal state, if any, associated
// with the previous session.
virtual void ResetSession();
// A convenience function to call net::FormatUrl() with the current set of
// "Accept Languages" when check_accept_lang is true. Otherwise, it's called
// with an empty list.
base::string16 StringForURLDisplay(const GURL& url,
bool check_accept_lang,
bool trim_http) const;
// Returns the set of matches for the current query.
const ACMatches& matches() const { return matches_; }
// Returns whether the provider is done processing the query.
bool done() const { return done_; }
// Returns this provider's type.
Type type() const { return type_; }
// Returns a string describing this provider's type.
const char* GetName() const;
#ifdef UNIT_TEST
void set_listener(AutocompleteProviderListener* listener) {
listener_ = listener;
}
#endif
// A suggested upper bound for how many matches a provider should return.
// TODO(pkasting): http://b/1111299 , http://b/933133 This should go away once
// we have good relevance heuristics; the controller should handle all
// culling.
static const size_t kMaxMatches;
protected:
friend class base::RefCountedThreadSafe<AutocompleteProvider>;
FRIEND_TEST_ALL_PREFIXES(BookmarkProviderTest, InlineAutocompletion);
typedef std::pair<bool, base::string16> FixupReturn;
virtual ~AutocompleteProvider();
// Updates the starred state of each of the matches in matches_ from the
// profile's bookmark bar model.
void UpdateStarredStateOfMatches();
// Fixes up user URL input to make it more possible to match against. Among
// many other things, this takes care of the following:
// * Prepending file:// to file URLs
// * Converting drive letters in file URLs to uppercase
// * Converting case-insensitive parts of URLs (like the scheme and domain)
// to lowercase
// * Convert spaces to %20s
// Note that we don't do this in AutocompleteInput's constructor, because if
// e.g. we convert a Unicode hostname to punycode, other providers will show
// output that surprises the user ("Search Google for xn--6ca.com").
// Returns a bool indicating whether fixup succeeded, as well as the fixed-up
// input text. The returned string will be the same as the input string if
// fixup failed; this lets callers who don't care about failure simply use the
// string unconditionally.
static FixupReturn FixupUserInput(const AutocompleteInput& input);
// Trims "http:" and up to two subsequent slashes from |url|. Returns the
// number of characters that were trimmed.
// NOTE: For a view-source: URL, this will trim from after "view-source:" and
// return 0.
static size_t TrimHttpPrefix(base::string16* url);
// The profile associated with the AutocompleteProvider. Reference is not
// owned by us.
Profile* profile_;
AutocompleteProviderListener* listener_;
ACMatches matches_;
bool done_;
Type type_;
private:
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(AutocompleteProvider);
};
typedef std::vector<AutocompleteProvider*> ACProviders;
#endif // CHROME_BROWSER_AUTOCOMPLETE_AUTOCOMPLETE_PROVIDER_H_