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Source file src/runtime/pprof/label.go

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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 pprof
  import (
  type label struct {
  	key   string
  	value string
  // LabelSet is a set of labels.
  type LabelSet struct {
  	list []label
  // labelContextKey is the type of contextKeys used for profiler labels.
  type labelContextKey struct{}
  func labelValue(ctx context.Context) labelMap {
  	labels, _ := ctx.Value(labelContextKey{}).(*labelMap)
  	if labels == nil {
  		return labelMap(nil)
  	return *labels
  // labelMap is the representation of the label set held in the context type.
  // This is an initial implementation, but it will be replaced with something
  // that admits incremental immutable modification more efficiently.
  type labelMap map[string]string
  // WithLabels returns a new context.Context with the given labels added.
  // A label overwrites a prior label with the same key.
  func WithLabels(ctx context.Context, labels LabelSet) context.Context {
  	childLabels := make(labelMap)
  	parentLabels := labelValue(ctx)
  	// TODO(matloob): replace the map implementation with something
  	// more efficient so creating a child context WithLabels doesn't need
  	// to clone the map.
  	for k, v := range parentLabels {
  		childLabels[k] = v
  	for _, label := range labels.list {
  		childLabels[label.key] = label.value
  	return context.WithValue(ctx, labelContextKey{}, &childLabels)
  // Labels takes an even number of strings representing key-value pairs
  // and makes a LabelSet containing them.
  // A label overwrites a prior label with the same key.
  func Labels(args ...string) LabelSet {
  	if len(args)%2 != 0 {
  		panic("uneven number of arguments to pprof.Labels")
  	labels := LabelSet{}
  	for i := 0; i+1 < len(args); i += 2 {
  		labels.list = append(labels.list, label{key: args[i], value: args[i+1]})
  	return labels
  // Label returns the value of the label with the given key on ctx, and a boolean indicating
  // whether that label exists.
  func Label(ctx context.Context, key string) (string, bool) {
  	ctxLabels := labelValue(ctx)
  	v, ok := ctxLabels[key]
  	return v, ok
  // ForLabels invokes f with each label set on the context.
  // The function f should return true to continue iteration or false to stop iteration early.
  func ForLabels(ctx context.Context, f func(key, value string) bool) {
  	ctxLabels := labelValue(ctx)
  	for k, v := range ctxLabels {
  		if !f(k, v) {

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