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* A channel interface which allows special handling of encoded content
interface nsIEncodedChannel : nsISupports
* This attribute holds the MIME types corresponding to the content
* encodings on the channel. The enumerator returns nsISupportsCString
* objects. The first one corresponds to the outermost encoding on the
* channel and then we work our way inward. "identity" is skipped and not
* represented on the list. Unknown encodings make the enumeration stop.
* If you want the actual Content-Encoding value, use
* When there is no Content-Encoding header, this property is null.
* Modifying the Content-Encoding header on the channel will cause
* this enumerator to have undefined behavior. Don't do it.
* Also note that contentEncodings only exist during or after OnStartRequest.
* Calling contentEncodings before OnStartRequest is an error.
readonly attribute nsIUTF8StringEnumerator contentEncodings;
* This attribute controls whether or not content conversion should be
* done per the Content-Encoding response header. applyConversion can only
* be set before or during OnStartRequest. Calling this during
* OnDataAvailable is an error.
* TRUE by default.
attribute boolean applyConversion;
* This function will start converters if they are available.
* aNewNextListener will be nullptr if no converter is available.
void doApplyContentConversions(in nsIStreamListener aNextListener,
out nsIStreamListener aNewNextListener,
in nsISupports aCtxt);