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/* Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
*/
/**
* This file defines the <code>PPB_URLUtil_Dev</code> interface.
*/
label Chrome {
M17 = 0.6
};
/*
* A component specifies the range of the part of the URL. The begin specifies
* the index into the string of the first character of that component. The len
* specifies the length of that component.
*
* This range does not include any special delimiter for that component, so
* the scheme doesn't include the trailing colon, the username and password
* don't include the @ and :, the port doesn't include the colon, the query
* doesn't include the ?, and the ref doesn't include the #.
*
* The exception is that the path *does* include the first /, since that's an
* integral part of the path.
*
* If the component is not present at all, begin will be 0 and len will be -1.
* If the component is present but empty, the length will be 0 instead. Example:
* http://foo/search -> query = (0, -1)
* http://foo/search? -> query = (18, 0)
*/
[assert_size(8)]
struct PP_URLComponent_Dev {
int32_t begin;
int32_t len;
};
[assert_size(64)]
struct PP_URLComponents_Dev {
PP_URLComponent_Dev scheme;
PP_URLComponent_Dev username;
PP_URLComponent_Dev password;
PP_URLComponent_Dev host;
PP_URLComponent_Dev port;
PP_URLComponent_Dev path;
PP_URLComponent_Dev query;
PP_URLComponent_Dev ref;
};
/*
* URL encoding: URLs are supplied to this interface as NULL-terminated 8-bit
* strings. You can pass non-ASCII characters which will be interpreted as
* UTF-8. Canonicalized URL strings returned by these functions will be ASCII
* except for the reference fragment (stuff after the '#') which will be
* encoded as UTF-8.
*/
interface PPB_URLUtil_Dev {
/*
* Canonicalizes the given URL string according to the rules of the host
* browser. If the URL is invalid or the var is not a string, this will
* return a Null var and the components structure will be unchanged.
*
* The components pointer, if non-NULL and the canonicalized URL is valid,
* will identify the components of the resulting URL. Components may be NULL
* to specify that no component information is necessary.
*/
PP_Var Canonicalize([in] PP_Var url, [out] PP_URLComponents_Dev components);
/*
* Resolves the given URL relative to the given base URL. The resulting URL
* is returned as a string. If the resolution is invalid or either of the
* inputs are not strings, a Null var will be returned. The resulting URL
* will also be canonicalized according to the rules of the browser.
*
* Note that the "relative" URL may in fact be absolute, in which case it
* will be returned. This function is identical to resolving the full URL
* for an <a href="..."> on a web page. Attempting to resolve a relative URL
* on a base URL that doesn't support this (e.g. "data") will fail and will
* return a Null var, unless the relative URL is itself absolute.
*
* The components pointer, if non-NULL and the canonicalized URL is valid,
* will identify the components of the resulting URL. Components may be NULL
* to specify that no component information is necessary.
*/
PP_Var ResolveRelativeToURL(
[in] PP_Var base_url,
[in] PP_Var relative_string,
[out] PP_URLComponents_Dev components);
/*
* Identical to ResolveRelativeToURL except that the base URL is the base
* URL of the document containing the given plugin instance.
*
* Danger: This will be identical to resolving a relative URL on the page,
* and might be overridden by the page to something different than its actual
* URL via the <base> tag. Therefore, resolving a relative URL of "" won't
* necessarily give you the URL of the page!
*/
PP_Var ResolveRelativeToDocument(
[in] PP_Instance instance,
[in] PP_Var relative_string,
[out] PP_URLComponents_Dev components);
/*
* Checks whether the given two URLs are in the same security origin. Returns
* FALSE if either of the URLs are invalid.
*/
PP_Bool IsSameSecurityOrigin([in] PP_Var url_a, [in] PP_Var url_b);
/*
* Checks whether the document hosting the given plugin instance can access
* the given URL according to the same origin policy of the browser. Returns
* PP_FALSE if the instance or the URL is invalid.
*/
PP_Bool DocumentCanRequest([in] PP_Instance instance, [in] PP_Var url);
/*
* Checks whether the document containing the |active| plugin instance can
* access the document containing the |target| plugin instance according to
* the security policy of the browser. This includes the same origin policy
* and any cross-origin capabilities enabled by the document. If either of
* the plugin instances are invalid, returns PP_FALSE.
*/
PP_Bool DocumentCanAccessDocument([in] PP_Instance active,
[in] PP_Instance target);
/*
* Returns the URL for the document. This is a safe way to retrieve
* window.location.href.
* The components pointer, if non-NULL and the canonicalized URL is valid,
* will identify the components of the resulting URL. Components may be NULL
* to specify that no component information is necessary.
*/
PP_Var GetDocumentURL([in] PP_Instance instance,
[out] PP_URLComponents_Dev components);
/*
* Returns the Source URL for the plugin. This returns the URL that would be
* streamed to the plugin if it were a NPAPI plugin. This is usually the src
* attribute on the <embed> element, but the rules are obscure and different
* based on whether the plugin is loaded from an <embed> element or an
* <object> element.
* The components pointer, if non-NULL and the canonicalized URL is valid,
* will identify the components of the resulting URL. Components may be NULL
* to specify that no component information is necessary.
*/
PP_Var GetPluginInstanceURL([in] PP_Instance instance,
[out] PP_URLComponents_Dev components);
};