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// Copyright 2016 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
package gensupport
import (
const sniffBuffSize = 512
func newContentSniffer(r io.Reader) *contentSniffer {
return &contentSniffer{r: r}
// contentSniffer wraps a Reader, and reports the content type determined by sniffing up to 512 bytes from the Reader.
type contentSniffer struct {
r io.Reader
start []byte // buffer for the sniffed bytes.
err error // set to any error encountered while reading bytes to be sniffed.
ctype string // set on first sniff.
sniffed bool // set to true on first sniff.
func (cs *contentSniffer) Read(p []byte) (n int, err error) {
// Ensure that the content type is sniffed before any data is consumed from Reader.
_, _ = cs.ContentType()
if len(cs.start) > 0 {
n := copy(p, cs.start)
cs.start = cs.start[n:]
return n, nil
// We may have read some bytes into start while sniffing, even if the read ended in an error.
// We should first return those bytes, then the error.
if cs.err != nil {
return 0, cs.err
// Now we have handled all bytes that were buffered while sniffing. Now just delegate to the underlying reader.
return cs.r.Read(p)
// ContentType returns the sniffed content type, and whether the content type was succesfully sniffed.
func (cs *contentSniffer) ContentType() (string, bool) {
if cs.sniffed {
return cs.ctype, cs.ctype != ""
cs.sniffed = true
// If ReadAll hits EOF, it returns err==nil.
cs.start, cs.err = ioutil.ReadAll(io.LimitReader(cs.r, sniffBuffSize))
// Don't try to detect the content type based on possibly incomplete data.
if cs.err != nil {
return "", false
cs.ctype = http.DetectContentType(cs.start)
return cs.ctype, true
// DetermineContentType determines the content type of the supplied reader.
// If the content type is already known, it can be specified via ctype.
// Otherwise, the content of media will be sniffed to determine the content type.
// If media implements googleapi.ContentTyper (deprecated), this will be used
// instead of sniffing the content.
// After calling DetectContentType the caller must not perform further reads on
// media, but rather read from the Reader that is returned.
func DetermineContentType(media io.Reader, ctype string) (io.Reader, string) {
// Note: callers could avoid calling DetectContentType if ctype != "",
// but doing the check inside this function reduces the amount of
// generated code.
if ctype != "" {
return media, ctype
// For backwards compatability, allow clients to set content
// type by providing a ContentTyper for media.
if typer, ok := media.(googleapi.ContentTyper); ok {
return media, typer.ContentType()
sniffer := newContentSniffer(media)
if ctype, ok := sniffer.ContentType(); ok {
return sniffer, ctype
// If content type could not be sniffed, reads from sniffer will eventually fail with an error.
return sniffer, ""
type typeReader struct {
typ string
// multipartReader combines the contents of multiple readers to creat a multipart/related HTTP body.
// Close must be called if reads from the multipartReader are abandoned before reaching EOF.
type multipartReader struct {
pr *io.PipeReader
pipeOpen bool
ctype string
func newMultipartReader(parts []typeReader) *multipartReader {
mp := &multipartReader{pipeOpen: true}
var pw *io.PipeWriter, pw = io.Pipe()
mpw := multipart.NewWriter(pw)
mp.ctype = "multipart/related; boundary=" + mpw.Boundary()
go func() {
for _, part := range parts {
w, err := mpw.CreatePart(typeHeader(part.typ))
if err != nil {
pw.CloseWithError(fmt.Errorf("googleapi: CreatePart failed: %v", err))
_, err = io.Copy(w, part.Reader)
if err != nil {
pw.CloseWithError(fmt.Errorf("googleapi: Copy failed: %v", err))
return mp
func (mp *multipartReader) Read(data []byte) (n int, err error) {
func (mp *multipartReader) Close() error {
if !mp.pipeOpen {
return nil
mp.pipeOpen = false
// CombineBodyMedia combines a json body with media content to create a multipart/related HTTP body.
// It returns a ReadCloser containing the combined body, and the overall "multipart/related" content type, with random boundary.
// The caller must call Close on the returned ReadCloser if reads are abandoned before reaching EOF.
func CombineBodyMedia(body io.Reader, bodyContentType string, media io.Reader, mediaContentType string) (io.ReadCloser, string) {
mp := newMultipartReader([]typeReader{
{body, bodyContentType},
{media, mediaContentType},
return mp, mp.ctype
func typeHeader(contentType string) textproto.MIMEHeader {
h := make(textproto.MIMEHeader)
if contentType != "" {
h.Set("Content-Type", contentType)
return h
// PrepareUpload determines whether the data in the supplied reader should be
// uploaded in a single request, or in sequential chunks.
// chunkSize is the size of the chunk that media should be split into.
// If chunkSize is non-zero and the contents of media do not fit in a single
// chunk (or there is an error reading media), then media will be returned as a
// MediaBuffer. Otherwise, media will be returned as a Reader.
// After PrepareUpload has been called, media should no longer be used: the
// media content should be accessed via one of the return values.
func PrepareUpload(media io.Reader, chunkSize int) (io.Reader, *MediaBuffer) {
if chunkSize == 0 { // do not chunk
return media, nil
mb := NewMediaBuffer(media, chunkSize)
rdr, _, _, err := mb.Chunk()
if err == io.EOF { // we can upload this in a single request
return rdr, nil
// err might be a non-EOF error. If it is, the next call to mb.Chunk will
// return the same error. Returning a MediaBuffer ensures that this error
// will be handled at some point.
return nil, mb