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 28e100d0379a2b0710c57647a28fc5239d3d7b99 3.3.4-release
 a8b3eca451a9eaab59987efb0ab1c4217e3f2dcc DRTVWR-182
 1f27cdfdc54246484f8afbbe42ce48e954175cbd 3.4.0-beta1
+81f6b745ef27f5915fd07f988fdec9944f2bb73e DRTVWR-186

File indra/llcommon/llinitparam.h

 #include <boost/shared_ptr.hpp>
 
 #include "llerror.h"
-#include "lltypeinfolookup.h"
+#include "llstl.h"
 
 namespace LLInitParam
 {
 
 	public:
 		
-		struct CompareTypeID
-		{
-			bool operator()(const std::type_info* lhs, const std::type_info* rhs) const
-			{
-				return lhs->before(*rhs);
-			}
-		};
-
 		typedef std::vector<std::pair<std::string, bool> >					name_stack_t;
 		typedef std::pair<name_stack_t::iterator, name_stack_t::iterator>	name_stack_range_t;
 		typedef std::vector<std::string>									possible_values_t;
 		typedef bool (*parser_write_func_t)(Parser& parser, const void*, name_stack_t&);
 		typedef boost::function<void (name_stack_t&, S32, S32, const possible_values_t*)>	parser_inspect_func_t;
 
-		typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<parser_read_func_t>		parser_read_func_map_t;
-		typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<parser_write_func_t>		parser_write_func_map_t;
-		typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<parser_inspect_func_t>		parser_inspect_func_map_t;
+		typedef std::map<const std::type_info*, parser_read_func_t>		parser_read_func_map_t;
+		typedef std::map<const std::type_info*, parser_write_func_t>	parser_write_func_map_t;
+		typedef std::map<const std::type_info*, parser_inspect_func_t>	parser_inspect_func_map_t;
 
 		Parser(parser_read_func_map_t& read_map, parser_write_func_map_t& write_map, parser_inspect_func_map_t& inspect_map)
 		:	mParseSilently(false),

File indra/llcommon/llregistry.h

 
 #include <boost/type_traits.hpp>
 #include "llsingleton.h"
-#include "lltypeinfolookup.h"
+#include "llstl.h"
 
 template <typename T>
-class LLRegistryDefaultComparator
+struct LLRegistryDefaultComparator
 {
-	bool operator()(const T& lhs, const T& rhs) { return lhs < rhs; }
-};
-
-template <typename KEY, typename VALUE>
-struct LLRegistryMapSelector
-{
-    typedef std::map<KEY, VALUE> type;
-};
-
-template <typename VALUE>
-struct LLRegistryMapSelector<std::type_info*, VALUE>
-{
-    typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<VALUE> type;
-};
-
-template <typename VALUE>
-struct LLRegistryMapSelector<const std::type_info*, VALUE>
-{
-    typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<VALUE> type;
+	bool operator()(const T& lhs, const T& rhs) const
+	{
+		using std::less;
+		return less<T>()(lhs, rhs);
+	}
 };
 
 template <typename KEY, typename VALUE, typename COMPARATOR = LLRegistryDefaultComparator<KEY> >
 	{
 		friend class LLRegistry<KEY, VALUE, COMPARATOR>;
 	public:
-		typedef typename LLRegistryMapSelector<KEY, VALUE>::type registry_map_t;
+		typedef std::map<KEY, VALUE, COMPARATOR> registry_map_t;
 
 		bool add(ref_const_key_t key, ref_const_value_t value)
 		{

File indra/llcommon/llstl.h

 #include <vector>
 #include <set>
 #include <deque>
+#include <typeinfo>
 
 // Use to compare the first element only of a pair
 // e.g. typedef std::set<std::pair<int, Data*>, compare_pair<int, Data*> > some_pair_set_t; 
   return llbinder2nd<_Operation>(__oper, _Arg2_type(__x));
 }
 
+/**
+ * Compare std::type_info* pointers a la std::less. We break this out as a
+ * separate function for use in two different std::less specializations.
+ */
+inline
+bool before(const std::type_info* lhs, const std::type_info* rhs)
+{
+#if LL_LINUX && defined(__GNUC__) && ((__GNUC__ < 4) || (__GNUC__ == 4 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 4))
+    // If we're building on Linux with gcc, and it's either gcc 3.x or
+    // 4.{0,1,2,3}, then we have to use a workaround. Note that we use gcc on
+    // Mac too, and some people build with gcc on Windows (cygwin or mingw).
+    // On Linux, different load modules may produce different type_info*
+    // pointers for the same type. Have to compare name strings to get good
+    // results.
+    return strcmp(lhs->name(), rhs->name()) < 0;
+#else  // not Linux, or gcc 4.4+
+    // Just use before(), as we normally would
+    return lhs->before(*rhs);
+#endif
+}
+
+/**
+ * Specialize std::less<std::type_info*> to use std::type_info::before().
+ * See MAINT-1175. It is NEVER a good idea to directly compare std::type_info*
+ * because, on Linux, you might get different std::type_info* pointers for the
+ * same type (from different load modules)!
+ */
+namespace std
+{
+	template <>
+	struct less<const std::type_info*>:
+		public std::binary_function<const std::type_info*, const std::type_info*, bool>
+	{
+		bool operator()(const std::type_info* lhs, const std::type_info* rhs) const
+		{
+			return before(lhs, rhs);
+		}
+	};
+
+	template <>
+	struct less<std::type_info*>:
+		public std::binary_function<std::type_info*, std::type_info*, bool>
+	{
+		bool operator()(std::type_info* lhs, std::type_info* rhs) const
+		{
+			return before(lhs, rhs);
+		}
+	};
+} // std
+
 #endif // LL_LLSTL_H

File indra/llcommon/lltypeinfolookup.h

 #if ! defined(LL_LLTYPEINFOLOOKUP_H)
 #define LL_LLTYPEINFOLOOKUP_H
 
-#include "llsortedvector.h"
+#include <boost/unordered_map.hpp>
+#include <boost/functional/hash.hpp>
+#include <boost/optional.hpp>
+#include <functional>               // std::binary_function
 #include <typeinfo>
 
 /**
+ * The following helper classes are based on the Boost.Unordered documentation:
+ * http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_45_0/doc/html/unordered/hash_equality.html
+ */
+
+/**
+ * Compute hash for a string passed as const char*
+ */
+struct const_char_star_hash: public std::unary_function<const char*, std::size_t>
+{
+    std::size_t operator()(const char* str) const
+    {
+        std::size_t seed = 0;
+        for ( ; *str; ++str)
+        {
+            boost::hash_combine(seed, *str);
+        }
+        return seed;
+    }
+};
+
+/**
+ * Compute equality for strings passed as const char*
+ *
+ * I (nat) suspect that this is where the default behavior breaks for the
+ * const char* values returned from std::type_info::name(). If you compare the
+ * two const char* pointer values, as a naive, unspecialized implementation
+ * will surely do, they'll compare unequal.
+ */
+struct const_char_star_equal: public std::binary_function<const char*, const char*, bool>
+{
+    bool operator()(const char* lhs, const char* rhs) const
+    {
+        return strcmp(lhs, rhs) == 0;
+    }
+};
+
+/**
  * LLTypeInfoLookup is specifically designed for use cases for which you might
  * consider std::map<std::type_info*, VALUE>. We have several such data
  * structures in the viewer. The trouble with them is that at least on Linux,
  * different load modules will produce different std::type_info*.
  * LLTypeInfoLookup contains a workaround to address this issue.
  *
- * Specifically, when we don't find the passed std::type_info*,
- * LLTypeInfoLookup performs a linear search over registered entries to
- * compare name() strings. Presuming that this succeeds, we cache the new
- * (previously unrecognized) std::type_info* to speed future lookups.
- *
- * This worst-case fallback search (linear search with string comparison)
- * should only happen the first time we look up a given type from a particular
- * load module other than the one from which we initially registered types.
- * (However, a lookup which wouldn't succeed anyway will always have
- * worst-case performance.) This class is probably best used with less than a
- * few dozen different types.
+ * The API deliberately diverges from std::map in several respects:
+ * * It avoids iterators, not only begin()/end() but also as return values
+ *   from insert() and find(). This bypasses transform_iterator overhead.
+ * * Since we literally use compile-time types as keys, the essential insert()
+ *   and find() methods accept the key type as a @em template parameter,
+ *   accepting and returning value_type as a normal runtime value. This is to
+ *   permit future optimization (e.g. compile-time type hashing) without
+ *   changing the API.
  */
 template <typename VALUE>
 class LLTypeInfoLookup
 {
+    // Use this for our underlying implementation: lookup by
+    // std::type_info::name() string. This is one of the rare cases in which I
+    // dare use const char* directly, rather than std::string, because I'm
+    // sure that every value returned by std::type_info::name() is static.
+    // HOWEVER, specify our own hash + equality functors: naively comparing
+    // distinct const char* values won't work.
+    typedef boost::unordered_map<const char*, VALUE,
+                                 const_char_star_hash, const_char_star_equal> impl_map_type;
+
 public:
-    typedef LLTypeInfoLookup<VALUE> self;
-    typedef LLSortedVector<const std::type_info*, VALUE> vector_type;
-    typedef typename vector_type::key_type key_type;
-    typedef typename vector_type::mapped_type mapped_type;
-    typedef typename vector_type::value_type value_type;
-    typedef typename vector_type::iterator iterator;
-    typedef typename vector_type::const_iterator const_iterator;
+    typedef VALUE value_type;
 
     LLTypeInfoLookup() {}
 
-    iterator begin() { return mVector.begin(); }
-    iterator end()   { return mVector.end(); }
-    const_iterator begin() const { return mVector.begin(); }
-    const_iterator end()   const { return mVector.end(); }
-    bool empty() const { return mVector.empty(); }
-    std::size_t size() const { return mVector.size(); }
+    bool empty() const { return mMap.empty(); }
+    std::size_t size() const { return mMap.size(); }
 
-    std::pair<iterator, bool> insert(const std::type_info* key, const VALUE& value)
+    template <typename KEY>
+    bool insert(const value_type& value)
     {
-        return insert(value_type(key, value));
+        // Obtain and store the std::type_info::name() string as the key.
+        // Return just the bool from std::map::insert()'s return pair.
+        return mMap.insert(typename impl_map_type::value_type(typeid(KEY).name(), value)).second;
     }
 
-    std::pair<iterator, bool> insert(const value_type& pair)
+    template <typename KEY>
+    boost::optional<value_type> find() const
     {
-        return mVector.insert(pair);
-    }
-
-    // const find() forwards to non-const find(): this can alter mVector!
-    const_iterator find(const std::type_info* key) const
-    {
-        return const_cast<self*>(this)->find(key);
-    }
-
-    // non-const find() caches previously-unknown type_info* to speed future
-    // lookups.
-    iterator find(const std::type_info* key)
-    {
-        iterator found = mVector.find(key);
-        if (found != mVector.end())
-        {
-            // If LLSortedVector::find() found, great, we're done.
-            return found;
-        }
-        // Here we didn't find the passed type_info*. On Linux, though, even
-        // for the same type, typeid(sametype) produces a different type_info*
-        // when used in different load modules. So the fact that we didn't
-        // find the type_info* we seek doesn't mean this type isn't
-        // registered. Scan for matching name() string.
-        for (typename vector_type::iterator ti(mVector.begin()), tend(mVector.end());
-             ti != tend; ++ti)
-        {
-            if (std::string(ti->first->name()) == key->name())
-            {
-                // This unrecognized 'key' is for the same type as ti->first.
-                // To speed future lookups, insert a new entry that lets us
-                // look up ti->second using this same 'key'.
-                return insert(key, ti->second).first;
-            }
-        }
-        // We simply have never seen a type with this type_info* from any load
-        // module.
-        return mVector.end();
+        // Use the std::type_info::name() string as the key.
+        typename impl_map_type::const_iterator found = mMap.find(typeid(KEY).name());
+        if (found == mMap.end())
+            return boost::optional<value_type>();
+        return found->second;
     }
 
 private:
-    vector_type mVector;
+    impl_map_type mMap;
 };
 
 #endif /* ! defined(LL_LLTYPEINFOLOOKUP_H) */

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File indra/llui/lluictrlfactory.h

 #include "llinitparam.h"
 #include "llregistry.h"
 #include "llxuiparser.h"
+#include "llstl.h"
 
 class LLView;
 
-// sort functor for typeid maps
-struct LLCompareTypeID
-{
-	bool operator()(const std::type_info* lhs, const std::type_info* rhs) const
-	{
-		return lhs->before(*rhs);
-	}
-};
-
 // lookup widget constructor funcs by widget name
 template <typename DERIVED_TYPE>
 class LLChildRegistry : public LLRegistrySingleton<std::string, LLWidgetCreatorFunc, DERIVED_TYPE>
 
 // lookup widget name by type
 class LLWidgetNameRegistry 
-:	public LLRegistrySingleton<const std::type_info*, std::string, LLWidgetNameRegistry , LLCompareTypeID>
+:	public LLRegistrySingleton<const std::type_info*, std::string, LLWidgetNameRegistry>
 {};
 
 // lookup function for generating empty param block by widget type
 // this is used for schema generation
 //typedef const LLInitParam::BaseBlock& (*empty_param_block_func_t)();
 //class LLDefaultParamBlockRegistry
-//:	public LLRegistrySingleton<const std::type_info*, empty_param_block_func_t, LLDefaultParamBlockRegistry, LLCompareTypeID>
+//:	public LLRegistrySingleton<const std::type_info*, empty_param_block_func_t, LLDefaultParamBlockRegistry>
 //{};
 
 extern LLFastTimer::DeclareTimer FTM_WIDGET_SETUP;

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File indra/newview/llnamelistctrl.cpp

 				// ...schedule a callback
 				LLAvatarNameCache::get(id,
 					boost::bind(&LLNameListCtrl::onAvatarNameCache,
-						this, _1, _2));
+						this, _1, _2, item->getHandle()));
 			}
 			break;
 		}
 }
 
 void LLNameListCtrl::onAvatarNameCache(const LLUUID& agent_id,
-									   const LLAvatarName& av_name)
+									   const LLAvatarName& av_name,
+									   LLHandle<LLNameListItem> item)
 {
 	std::string name;
 	if (mShortNames)
 	else
 		name = av_name.getCompleteName();
 
-	item_list::iterator iter;
-	for (iter = getItemList().begin(); iter != getItemList().end(); ++iter)
+	LLNameListItem* list_item = item.get();
+	if (list_item && list_item->getUUID() == agent_id)
 	{
-		LLScrollListItem* item = *iter;
-		if (item->getUUID() == agent_id)
+		LLScrollListCell* cell = list_item->getColumn(mNameColumnIndex);
+		if (cell)
 		{
-			LLScrollListCell* cell = item->getColumn(mNameColumnIndex);
-			if (cell)
-			{
-				cell->setValue(name);
-				setNeedsSort();
-			}
+			cell->setValue(name);
+			setNeedsSort();
 		}
 	}
 

File indra/newview/llnamelistctrl.h

 
 class LLAvatarName;
 
+/**
+ * LLNameListCtrl item
+ *
+ * We don't use LLScrollListItem to be able to override getUUID(), which is needed
+ * because the name list item value is not simply an UUID but a map (uuid, is_group).
+ */
+class LLNameListItem : public LLScrollListItem, public LLHandleProvider<LLNameListItem>
+{
+public:
+	LLUUID	getUUID() const		{ return getValue()["uuid"].asUUID(); }
+protected:
+	friend class LLNameListCtrl;
+
+	LLNameListItem( const LLScrollListItem::Params& p )
+	:	LLScrollListItem(p)
+	{
+	}
+};
+
+
 class LLNameListCtrl
 :	public LLScrollListCtrl, public LLInstanceTracker<LLNameListCtrl>
 {
 	/*virtual*/ void	mouseOverHighlightNthItem( S32 index );
 private:
 	void showInspector(const LLUUID& avatar_id, bool is_group);
-	void onAvatarNameCache(const LLUUID& agent_id, const LLAvatarName& av_name);
+	void onAvatarNameCache(const LLUUID& agent_id, const LLAvatarName& av_name, LLHandle<LLNameListItem> item);
 
 private:
 	S32    			mNameColumnIndex;
 	bool			mShortNames;  // display name only, no SLID
 };
 
-/**
- * LLNameListCtrl item
- *
- * We don't use LLScrollListItem to be able to override getUUID(), which is needed
- * because the name list item value is not simply an UUID but a map (uuid, is_group).
- */
-class LLNameListItem : public LLScrollListItem
-{
-public:
-	LLUUID	getUUID() const		{ return getValue()["uuid"].asUUID(); }
-
-protected:
-	friend class LLNameListCtrl;
-
-	LLNameListItem( const LLScrollListItem::Params& p )
-	:	LLScrollListItem(p)
-	{
-	}
-};
 
 #endif

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