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/* -*- Mode: IDL; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this file,
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* DocumentL10n is a public interface for handling DOM localization.
* In it's current form it exposes the DOMLocalization API which
* allows for localization-specific DOM operations on a defined
* localization context, and retrival of formatted localization
* messages out of that context.
* The context is created when `<link rel="localization"/>` elements
* are added to the document, and is removed in case all links
* of that type are removed from it.
interface DocumentL10n : DOMLocalization {
* A promise which gets resolved when the initial DOM localization resources
* fetching is complete and the initial translation of the DOM is finished.
readonly attribute Promise<any> ready;
* An overload for the DOMLocalization::connectRoot which takes an optional second
* argument to allow the user to express an intent of translating the root
* as soon as the localization becomes available.
* If the root is being connected while the document is still being parsed,
* then irrelevant of the value of the second argument, it will be translated
* as part of the initial translation step right after the parsing completes.
* If the root is being connected after the document is parsed, then the
* second argument controls whether the root is also going to get translated,
* or just connected.
* This is a temporary workaround to avoid having to wait for the `DocumentL10n`
* to become active. It should be unnecessary once we remove JSM and make
* the `TranslateFragment` be available immediately when `DocumentL10n` becomes
* available.
[Throws] void connectRoot(Node aElement, optional boolean aTranslate = false);