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Copyright 2015, 2016 OpenMarket Ltd
Copyright 2017 Vector Creations Ltd
Copyright 2018, 2019 New Vector Ltd
Copyright 2019 Michael Telatynski <>
Copyright 2020 The Foundation C.I.C.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
import React from 'react';
// add React and ReactPerf to the global namespace, to make them easier to access via the console
// this incidentally means we can forget our React imports in JSX files without penalty.
window.React = React;
import * as sdk from 'matrix-react-sdk';
import PlatformPeg from 'matrix-react-sdk/src/PlatformPeg';
import {_td, newTranslatableError} from 'matrix-react-sdk/src/languageHandler';
import AutoDiscoveryUtils from 'matrix-react-sdk/src/utils/AutoDiscoveryUtils';
import {AutoDiscovery} from "matrix-js-sdk/src/autodiscovery";
import * as Lifecycle from "matrix-react-sdk/src/Lifecycle";
import type MatrixChatType from "matrix-react-sdk/src/components/structures/MatrixChat";
import {MatrixClientPeg} from 'matrix-react-sdk/src/MatrixClientPeg';
import SdkConfig from "matrix-react-sdk/src/SdkConfig";
import {parseQs, parseQsFromFragment} from './url_utils';
import VectorBasePlatform from "./platform/VectorBasePlatform";
let lastLocationHashSet: string = null;
// Parse the given window.location and return parameters that can be used when calling
// MatrixChat.showScreen(screen, params)
function getScreenFromLocation(location: Location) {
const fragparts = parseQsFromFragment(location);
return {
screen: fragparts.location.substring(1),
params: fragparts.params,
// Here, we do some crude URL analysis to allow
// deep-linking.
function routeUrl(location: Location) {
if (!window.matrixChat) return;
console.log("Routing URL ", location.href);
const s = getScreenFromLocation(location);
(window.matrixChat as MatrixChatType).showScreen(s.screen, s.params);
function onHashChange(ev: HashChangeEvent) {
if (decodeURIComponent(window.location.hash) === lastLocationHashSet) {
// we just set this: no need to route it!
// This will be called whenever the SDK changes screens,
// so a web page can update the URL bar appropriately.
function onNewScreen(screen: string, replaceLast = false) {
console.log("newscreen " + screen);
const hash = '#/' + screen;
lastLocationHashSet = hash;
if (replaceLast) {
} else {
// We use this to work out what URL the SDK should
// pass through when registering to allow the user to
// click back to the client having registered.
// It's up to us to recognise if we're loaded with
// this URL and tell MatrixClient to resume registration.
// If we're in electron, we should never pass through a file:// URL otherwise
// the identity server will try to 302 the browser to it, which breaks horribly.
// so in that instance, hardcode to use for now instead.
function makeRegistrationUrl(params: object) {
let url;
if (window.location.protocol === "vector:") {
url = '';
} else {
url = (
window.location.protocol + '//' + +
window.location.pathname +
const keys = Object.keys(params);
for (let i = 0; i < keys.length; ++i) {
if (i === 0) {
url += '?';
} else {
url += '&';
const k = keys[i];
url += k + '=' + encodeURIComponent(params[k]);
return url;
function onTokenLoginCompleted() {
// if we did a token login, we're now left with the token, hs and is
// url as query params in the url; a little nasty but let's redirect to
// clear them.
const url = new URL(window.location.href);
console.log(`Redirecting to ${url.href} to drop loginToken from queryparams`);
window.history.replaceState(null, "", url.href);
export async function loadApp(fragParams: {}) {
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// XXX: the way we pass the path to the worker script from webpack via html in body's dataset is a hack
// but alternatives seem to require changing the interface to passing Workers to js-sdk
const vectorIndexeddbWorkerScript = document.body.dataset.vectorIndexeddbWorkerScript;
if (!vectorIndexeddbWorkerScript) {
// If this is missing, something has probably gone wrong with
// the bundling. The js-sdk will just fall back to accessing
// indexeddb directly with no worker script, but we want to
// make sure the indexeddb script is present, so fail hard.
throw newTranslatableError(_td("Missing indexeddb worker script!"));
window.addEventListener('hashchange', onHashChange);
const platform = PlatformPeg.get();
const params = parseQs(window.location);
const urlWithoutQuery = window.location.protocol + '//' + + window.location.pathname;
console.log("Vector starting at " + urlWithoutQuery);
(platform as VectorBasePlatform).startUpdater();
// Don't bother loading the app until the config is verified
const config = await verifyServerConfig();
const MatrixChat = sdk.getComponent('structures.MatrixChat');
return <MatrixChat
async function verifyServerConfig() {
let validatedConfig;
try {
console.log("Verifying homeserver configuration");
// Note: the query string may include is_url and hs_url - we only respect these in the
// context of email validation. Because we don't respect them otherwise, we do not need
// to parse or consider them here.
// Note: Although we throw all 3 possible configuration options through a .well-known-style
// verification, we do not care if the servers are online at this point. We do moderately
// care if they are syntactically correct though, so we shove them through the .well-known
// validators for that purpose.
const config = SdkConfig.get();
let wkConfig = config['default_server_config']; // overwritten later under some conditions
const serverName = config['default_server_name'];
const hsUrl = config['default_hs_url'];
const isUrl = config['default_is_url'];
const incompatibleOptions = [wkConfig, serverName, hsUrl].filter(i => !!i);
if (incompatibleOptions.length > 1) {
// noinspection ExceptionCaughtLocallyJS
throw newTranslatableError(_td(
"Invalid configuration: can only specify one of default_server_config, default_server_name, " +
"or default_hs_url.",
if (incompatibleOptions.length < 1) {
// noinspection ExceptionCaughtLocallyJS
throw newTranslatableError(_td("Invalid configuration: no default server specified."));
if (hsUrl) {
console.log("Config uses a default_hs_url - constructing a default_server_config using this information");
"DEPRECATED CONFIG OPTION: In the future, default_hs_url will not be accepted. Please use " +
"default_server_config instead.",
wkConfig = {
"m.homeserver": {
"base_url": hsUrl,
if (isUrl) {
wkConfig["m.identity_server"] = {
"base_url": isUrl,
let discoveryResult = null;
if (wkConfig) {
console.log("Config uses a default_server_config - validating object");
discoveryResult = await AutoDiscovery.fromDiscoveryConfig(wkConfig);
if (serverName) {
console.log("Config uses a default_server_name - doing .well-known lookup");
"DEPRECATED CONFIG OPTION: In the future, default_server_name will not be accepted. Please " +
"use default_server_config instead.",
discoveryResult = await AutoDiscovery.findClientConfig(serverName);
validatedConfig = AutoDiscoveryUtils.buildValidatedConfigFromDiscovery(serverName, discoveryResult, true);
} catch (e) {
const {hsUrl, isUrl, userId} = await Lifecycle.getStoredSessionVars();
if (hsUrl && userId) {
console.warn("A session was found - suppressing config error and using the session's homeserver");
console.log("Using pre-existing hsUrl and isUrl: ", {hsUrl, isUrl});
validatedConfig = await AutoDiscoveryUtils.validateServerConfigWithStaticUrls(hsUrl, isUrl, true);
} else {
// the user is not logged in, so scream
throw e;
validatedConfig.isDefault = true;
// Just in case we ever have to debug this
console.log("Using homeserver config:", validatedConfig);
// Add the newly built config to the actual config for use by the app
console.log("Updating SdkConfig with validated discovery information");
SdkConfig.add({"validated_server_config": validatedConfig});
return SdkConfig.get();