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/* -*- Mode: IDL; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */
/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
* file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */
#include "nsISupports.idl"
interface nsIURI;
interface nsIFile;
interface nsIUTF8StringEnumerator;
interface nsIHandlerApp;
interface nsIArray;
interface nsIMutableArray;
interface nsIInterfaceRequestor;
webidl BrowsingContext;
typedef long nsHandlerInfoAction;
/**
* nsIHandlerInfo gives access to the information about how a given protocol
* scheme or MIME-type is handled.
*/
[scriptable, uuid(325e56a7-3762-4312-aec7-f1fcf84b4145)]
interface nsIHandlerInfo : nsISupports {
/**
* The type of this handler info. For MIME handlers, this is the MIME type.
* For protocol handlers, it's the scheme.
*
* @return String representing the type.
*/
readonly attribute ACString type;
/**
* A human readable description of the handler type
*/
attribute AString description;
/**
* The application the user has said they want associated with this content
* type. This is not always guaranteed to be set!!
*/
attribute nsIHandlerApp preferredApplicationHandler;
/**
* Applications that can handle this content type.
*
* The list will include the preferred handler, if any. Elements of this
* array are nsIHandlerApp objects, and this attribute will always reference
* an array, whether or not there are any possible handlers. If there are
* no possible handlers, the array will contain no elements, so just check
* its length (nsIArray::length) to see if there are any possible handlers.
*/
readonly attribute nsIMutableArray possibleApplicationHandlers;
/**
* Indicates whether a default application handler exists,
* i.e. whether launchWithFile with action = useSystemDefault is possible
* and defaultDescription will contain usable information.
*/
readonly attribute boolean hasDefaultHandler;
/**
* A pretty name description of the associated default application. Only
* usable if hasDefaultHandler is true.
*/
readonly attribute AString defaultDescription;
/**
* Launches the application with the specified URI, in a way that
* depends on the value of preferredAction. preferredAction must be
* useHelperApp or useSystemDefault.
*
* @note Only the URI scheme is used to determine how to launch. This is
* essentially a pass-by-value operation. This means that in the case of
* a file: URI, the handler that is registered for file: will be launched
* and our code will not make any decision based on the content-type or
* extension, though the invoked file: handler is free to do so.
*
* @param aURI
* The URI to launch this application with
*
* @param aBrowsingContext
* The window to parent the dialog against, and, if a web handler
* is chosen, it is loaded in this window as well. See
* nsIHandlerApp.launchWithURI for more details.
*
* @throw NS_ERROR_INVALID_ARG if preferredAction is not valid for this
* call. Other exceptions may be thrown.
*/
void launchWithURI(in nsIURI aURI,
[optional] in BrowsingContext aBrowsingContext);
/**
* preferredAction is how the user specified they would like to handle
* this content type: save to disk, use specified helper app, use OS
* default handler or handle using navigator; possible value constants
* listed below
*/
attribute nsHandlerInfoAction preferredAction;
const long saveToDisk = 0;
/**
* Used to indicate that we know nothing about what to do with this. You
* could consider this to be not initialized.
*/
const long alwaysAsk = 1;
const long useHelperApp = 2;
const long handleInternally = 3;
const long useSystemDefault = 4;
/**
* alwaysAskBeforeHandling: if true, we should always give the user a
* dialog asking how to dispose of this content.
*/
attribute boolean alwaysAskBeforeHandling;
};
/**
* nsIMIMEInfo extends nsIHandlerInfo with a bunch of information specific to
* MIME content-types. There is a one-to-many relationship between MIME types
* and file extensions. This means that a MIMEInfo object may have multiple
* file extensions associated with it. However, the reverse is not true.
*
* MIMEInfo objects are generally retrieved from the MIME Service
* @see nsIMIMEService
*/
[scriptable, uuid(1c21acef-c7a1-40c6-9d40-a20480ee53a1)]
interface nsIMIMEInfo : nsIHandlerInfo {
/**
* Gives you an array of file types associated with this type.
*
* @return Number of elements in the array.
* @return Array of extensions.
*/
nsIUTF8StringEnumerator getFileExtensions();
/**
* Set File Extensions. Input is a comma delimited list of extensions.
*/
void setFileExtensions(in AUTF8String aExtensions);
/**
* Returns whether or not the given extension is
* associated with this MIME info.
*
* @return TRUE if the association exists.
*/
boolean extensionExists(in AUTF8String aExtension);
/**
* Append a given extension to the set of extensions
*/
void appendExtension(in AUTF8String aExtension);
/**
* Returns the first extension association in
* the internal set of extensions.
*
* @return The first extension.
*/
attribute AUTF8String primaryExtension;
/**
* The MIME type of this MIMEInfo.
*
* @return String representing the MIME type.
*
* @deprecated use nsIHandlerInfo::type instead.
*/
readonly attribute ACString MIMEType;
/**
* Returns whether or not these two nsIMIMEInfos are logically
* equivalent.
*
* @returns PR_TRUE if the two are considered equal
*/
boolean equals(in nsIMIMEInfo aMIMEInfo);
/**
* Returns a list of nsILocalHandlerApp objects containing
* handlers associated with this mimeinfo. Implemented per
* platform using information in this object to generate the
* best list. Typically used for an "open with" style user
* option.
*
* @return nsIArray of nsILocalHandlerApp
*/
readonly attribute nsIArray possibleLocalHandlers;
/**
* Launches the application with the specified file, in a way that
* depends on the value of preferredAction. preferredAction must be
* useHelperApp or useSystemDefault.
*
* @param aFile The file to launch this application with.
*
* @throw NS_ERROR_INVALID_ARG if action is not valid for this function.
* Other exceptions may be thrown.
*/
void launchWithFile(in nsIFile aFile);
/**
* Check if we ourselves are registered as the OS default for this type.
*/
boolean isCurrentAppOSDefault();
};
/**
* nsIHandlerApp represents an external application that can handle content
* of some sort (either a MIME type or a protocol).
*
* FIXME: now that we've made nsIWebHandlerApp inherit from nsIHandlerApp,
* we should also try to make nsIWebContentHandlerInfo inherit from or possibly
* be replaced by nsIWebHandlerApp (bug 394710).
*/
[scriptable, uuid(8BDF20A4-9170-4548-AF52-78311A44F920)]
interface nsIHandlerApp : nsISupports {
/**
* Human readable name for the handler
*/
attribute AString name;
/**
* Detailed description for this handler. Suitable for
* a tooltip or short informative sentence.
*/
attribute AString detailedDescription;
/**
* Whether or not the given handler app is logically equivalent to the
* invokant (i.e. they represent the same app).
*
* Two apps are the same if they are both either local or web handlers
* and their executables/URI templates and command line parameters are
* the same.
*
* @param aHandlerApp the handler app to compare to the invokant
*
* @returns true if the two are logically equivalent, false otherwise
*/
boolean equals(in nsIHandlerApp aHandlerApp);
/**
* Launches the application with the specified URI.
*
* @param aURI
* The URI to launch this application with
*
* @param aBrowsingContext
*
* This represents the docshell to load the handler in and is passed
* through to nsIURILoader.openURI. If this parameter is null or
* not present, the web handler app implementation will attempt to
* find/create a place to load the handler and do so. As of this
* writing, it tries to load the web handler in a new window using
* nsIBrowserDOMWindow.openURI. In the future, it may attempt to
* have a more comprehensive strategy which could include handing
* off to the system default browser (bug 394479).
*/
void launchWithURI(in nsIURI aURI,
[optional] in BrowsingContext aBrowsingContext);
};
/**
* nsILocalHandlerApp is a local OS-level executable
*/
[scriptable, uuid(D36B6329-52AE-4f45-80F4-B2536AE5F8B2)]
interface nsILocalHandlerApp : nsIHandlerApp {
/**
* Pointer to the executable file used to handle content
*/
attribute nsIFile executable;
/**
* Returns the current number of command line parameters.
*/
readonly attribute unsigned long parameterCount;
/**
* Clears the current list of command line parameters.
*/
void clearParameters();
/**
* Appends a command line parameter to the command line
* parameter list.
*
* @param param the parameter to add.
*/
void appendParameter(in AString param);
/**
* Retrieves a specific command line parameter.
*
* @param param the index of the parameter to return.
*
* @return the parameter string.
*
* @throw NS_ERROR_INVALID_ARG if the index is out of range.
*/
AString getParameter(in unsigned long parameterIndex);
/**
* Checks to see if a parameter exists in the command line
* parameter list.
*
* @param param the parameter to search for.
*
* @return TRUE if the parameter exists in the current list.
*/
boolean parameterExists(in AString param);
};
/**
* nsIWebHandlerApp is a web-based handler, as speced by the WhatWG HTML5
* draft. Currently, only GET-based handlers are supported. At some point,
* we probably want to work with WhatWG to spec out and implement POST-based
* handlers as well.
*/
[scriptable, uuid(7521a093-c498-45ce-b462-df7ba0d882f6)]
interface nsIWebHandlerApp : nsIHandlerApp {
/**
* Template used to construct the URI to GET. Template is expected to have
* a %s in it, and the escaped URI to be handled is inserted in place of
* that %s, as per the HTML5 spec.
*/
attribute AUTF8String uriTemplate;
};
/**
* nsIDBusHandlerApp represents local applications launched by DBus a message
* invoking a method taking a single string argument descibing a URI
*/
[scriptable, uuid(1ffc274b-4cbf-4bb5-a635-05ad2cbb6534)]
interface nsIDBusHandlerApp : nsIHandlerApp {
/**
* Service defines the dbus service that should handle this protocol.
* If its not set, NS_ERROR_FAILURE will be returned by LaunchWithURI
*/
attribute AUTF8String service;
/**
* Objpath defines the object path of the dbus service that should handle
* this protocol. If its not set, NS_ERROR_FAILURE will be returned
* by LaunchWithURI
*/
attribute AUTF8String objectPath;
/**
* DBusInterface defines the interface of the dbus service that should
* handle this protocol. If its not set, NS_ERROR_FAILURE will be
* returned by LaunchWithURI
*/
attribute AUTF8String dBusInterface;
/**
* Method defines the dbus method that should be invoked to handle this
* protocol. If its not set, NS_ERROR_FAILURE will be returned by
* LaunchWithURI
*/
attribute AUTF8String method;
};