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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 declares methods that are useful for integrating Chrome in
// Windows shell. These methods are all static and currently part of
// ShellUtil class.
#ifndef CHROME_INSTALLER_UTIL_SHELL_UTIL_H_
#define CHROME_INSTALLER_UTIL_SHELL_UTIL_H_
#include <windows.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <map>
#include <memory>
#include <set>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include "base/files/file_path.h"
#include "base/logging.h"
#include "base/macros.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "chrome/installer/util/work_item_list.h"
class RegistryEntry;
namespace base {
class CancellationFlag;
class CommandLine;
}
// This is a utility class that provides common shell integration methods
// that can be used by installer as well as Chrome.
class ShellUtil {
public:
// Input to any methods that make changes to OS shell.
enum ShellChange {
CURRENT_USER = 0x1, // Make any shell changes only at the user level
SYSTEM_LEVEL = 0x2 // Make any shell changes only at the system level
};
// Chrome's default handler state for a given protocol. If the current install
// mode is not default, the brand's other modes are checked. This allows
// callers to take specific action in case the current mode (e.g., Chrome Dev)
// is not the default handler, but another of the brand's modes (e.g., stable
// Chrome) is.
enum DefaultState {
// An error occurred while attempting to check the default handler for the
// protocol.
UNKNOWN_DEFAULT,
// No install mode for the brand is default for the protocol.
NOT_DEFAULT,
// The current install mode is default.
IS_DEFAULT,
// The current install mode is not default, although one of the brand's
// other install modes is.
OTHER_MODE_IS_DEFAULT,
};
// Typical shortcut directories. Resolved in GetShortcutPath().
// Also used in ShortcutLocationIsSupported().
enum ShortcutLocation {
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_FIRST = 0,
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_DESKTOP = SHORTCUT_LOCATION_FIRST,
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_QUICK_LAUNCH,
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_ROOT,
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_CHROME_DIR_DEPRECATED, // now placed in root
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_CHROME_APPS_DIR,
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_TASKBAR_PINS, // base::win::Version::WIN7 +
SHORTCUT_LOCATION_APP_SHORTCUTS, // base::win::Version::WIN8 +
NUM_SHORTCUT_LOCATIONS
};
enum ShortcutOperation {
// Create a new shortcut (overwriting if necessary).
SHELL_SHORTCUT_CREATE_ALWAYS,
// Create the per-user shortcut only if its system-level equivalent (with
// the same name) is not present.
SHELL_SHORTCUT_CREATE_IF_NO_SYSTEM_LEVEL,
// Overwrite an existing shortcut (fail if the shortcut doesn't exist).
// If the arguments are not specified on the new shortcut, keep the old
// shortcut's arguments.
SHELL_SHORTCUT_REPLACE_EXISTING,
// Update specified properties only on an existing shortcut.
SHELL_SHORTCUT_UPDATE_EXISTING,
};
// Properties for shortcuts. Properties set will be applied to
// the shortcut on creation/update. On update, unset properties are ignored;
// on create (and replaced) unset properties might have a default value (see
// individual property setters below for details).
// Callers are encouraged to use the setters provided which take care of
// setting |options| as desired.
struct ShortcutProperties {
enum IndividualProperties {
PROPERTIES_TARGET = 1 << 0,
PROPERTIES_ARGUMENTS = 1 << 1,
PROPERTIES_DESCRIPTION = 1 << 2,
PROPERTIES_ICON = 1 << 3,
PROPERTIES_APP_ID = 1 << 4,
PROPERTIES_SHORTCUT_NAME = 1 << 5,
PROPERTIES_DUAL_MODE = 1 << 6,
PROPERTIES_TOAST_ACTIVATOR_CLSID = 1 << 7,
};
explicit ShortcutProperties(ShellChange level_in);
ShortcutProperties(const ShortcutProperties& other);
~ShortcutProperties();
// Sets the target executable to launch from this shortcut.
// This is mandatory when creating a shortcut.
void set_target(const base::FilePath& target_in) {
target = target_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_TARGET;
}
// Sets the arguments to be passed to |target| when launching from this
// shortcut.
// The length of this string must be less than MAX_PATH.
void set_arguments(const base::string16& arguments_in) {
// Size restriction as per MSDN at
// http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/bb774954.aspx.
DCHECK(arguments_in.length() < MAX_PATH);
arguments = arguments_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_ARGUMENTS;
}
// Sets the localized description of the shortcut.
// The length of this string must be less than MAX_PATH.
void set_description(const base::string16& description_in) {
// Size restriction as per MSDN at
// http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/bb774955.aspx.
DCHECK(description_in.length() < MAX_PATH);
description = description_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_DESCRIPTION;
}
// Sets the path to the icon (icon_index set to 0).
// icon index unless otherwise specified in master_preferences).
void set_icon(const base::FilePath& icon_in, int icon_index_in) {
icon = icon_in;
icon_index = icon_index_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_ICON;
}
// Sets the app model id for the shortcut.
void set_app_id(const base::string16& app_id_in) {
app_id = app_id_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_APP_ID;
}
// Forces the shortcut's name to |shortcut_name_in|.
// Default: InstallUtil::GetShortcutName().
// The ".lnk" extension will automatically be added to this name.
void set_shortcut_name(const base::string16& shortcut_name_in) {
shortcut_name = shortcut_name_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_SHORTCUT_NAME;
}
// Sets the toast activator CLSID to |toast_activator_clsid_in|.
void set_toast_activator_clsid(const CLSID& toast_activator_clsid_in) {
toast_activator_clsid = toast_activator_clsid_in;
options |= PROPERTIES_TOAST_ACTIVATOR_CLSID;
}
// Sets whether to pin this shortcut to the taskbar after creating it
// (ignored if the shortcut is only being updated).
// Note: This property doesn't have a mask in |options|.
void set_pin_to_taskbar(bool pin_to_taskbar_in) {
pin_to_taskbar = pin_to_taskbar_in;
}
bool has_target() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_TARGET) != 0;
}
bool has_arguments() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_ARGUMENTS) != 0;
}
bool has_description() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_DESCRIPTION) != 0;
}
bool has_icon() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_ICON) != 0;
}
bool has_app_id() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_APP_ID) != 0;
}
bool has_shortcut_name() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_SHORTCUT_NAME) != 0;
}
bool has_toast_activator_clsid() const {
return (options & PROPERTIES_TOAST_ACTIVATOR_CLSID) != 0;
}
// The level to install this shortcut at (CURRENT_USER for a per-user
// shortcut and SYSTEM_LEVEL for an all-users shortcut).
ShellChange level;
base::FilePath target;
base::string16 arguments;
base::string16 description;
base::FilePath icon;
int icon_index;
base::string16 app_id;
base::string16 shortcut_name;
CLSID toast_activator_clsid;
bool pin_to_taskbar;
// Bitfield made of IndividualProperties. Properties set in |options| will
// be used to create/update the shortcut, others will be ignored on update
// and possibly replaced by default values on create (see individual
// property setters above for details on default values).
uint32_t options;
};
// Relative path of the URL Protocol registry entry (prefixed with '\').
static const wchar_t* kRegURLProtocol;
// Relative path of DefaultIcon registry entry (prefixed with '\').
static const wchar_t* kRegDefaultIcon;
// Relative path of "shell" registry key.
static const wchar_t* kRegShellPath;
// Relative path of shell open command in Windows registry
// (i.e. \\shell\\open\\command).
static const wchar_t* kRegShellOpen;
// Relative path of registry key under which applications need to register
// to control Windows Start menu links.
static const wchar_t* kRegStartMenuInternet;
// Relative path of Classes registry entry under which file associations
// are added on Windows.
static const wchar_t* kRegClasses;
// Relative path of RegisteredApplications registry entry under which
// we add Chrome as a Windows application
static const wchar_t* kRegRegisteredApplications;
// The key path and key name required to register Chrome on Windows such
// that it can be launched from Start->Run just by name (chrome.exe).
static const wchar_t* kAppPathsRegistryKey;
static const wchar_t* kAppPathsRegistryPathName;
// Registry path that stores url associations on Vista.
static const wchar_t* kRegVistaUrlPrefs;
// File extensions that Chrome registers itself as the default handler
// for when the user makes Chrome the default browser.
static const wchar_t* kDefaultFileAssociations[];
// File extensions that Chrome registers itself as being capable of
// handling.
static const wchar_t* kPotentialFileAssociations[];
// Protocols that Chrome registers itself as the default handler for
// when the user makes Chrome the default browser.
static const wchar_t* kBrowserProtocolAssociations[];
// Protocols that Chrome registers itself as being capable of handling.
static const wchar_t* kPotentialProtocolAssociations[];
// Registry value name that is needed for ChromeHTML ProgId
static const wchar_t* kRegUrlProtocol;
// Relative registry path from \Software\Classes\ChromeHTML to the ProgId
// Application definitions.
static const wchar_t* kRegApplication;
// Registry value name for the AppUserModelId of an application.
static const wchar_t* kRegAppUserModelId;
// Registry value name for the description of an application.
static const wchar_t* kRegApplicationDescription;
// Registry value name for an application's name.
static const wchar_t* kRegApplicationName;
// Registry value name for the path to an application's icon.
static const wchar_t* kRegApplicationIcon;
// Registry value name for an application's company.
static const wchar_t* kRegApplicationCompany;
// Relative path of ".exe" registry key.
static const wchar_t* kRegExePath;
// Registry value name of the open verb.
static const wchar_t* kRegVerbOpen;
// Registry value name of the opennewwindow verb.
static const wchar_t* kRegVerbOpenNewWindow;
// Registry value name of the run verb.
static const wchar_t* kRegVerbRun;
// Registry value name for command entries.
static const wchar_t* kRegCommand;
// Registry value name for the DelegateExecute verb handler.
static const wchar_t* kRegDelegateExecute;
// Registry value name for the OpenWithProgids entry for file associations.
static const wchar_t* kRegOpenWithProgids;
// Returns true if |chrome_exe| is registered in HKLM with |suffix|.
// Note: This only checks one deterministic key in HKLM for |chrome_exe| and
// doesn't otherwise validate a full Chrome install in HKLM.
static bool QuickIsChromeRegisteredInHKLM(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
const base::string16& suffix);
// Returns true if the current Windows version supports the presence of
// shortcuts at |location|.
static bool ShortcutLocationIsSupported(ShortcutLocation location);
// Sets |path| to the path for a shortcut at the |location| desired for the
// given |level| (CURRENT_USER for per-user path and SYSTEM_LEVEL for
// all-users path).
// Returns false on failure.
static bool GetShortcutPath(ShortcutLocation location,
ShellChange level,
base::FilePath* path);
// Populates the uninitialized members of |properties| with default values.
static void AddDefaultShortcutProperties(const base::FilePath& target_exe,
ShortcutProperties* properties);
// Move an existing shortcut from |old_location| to |new_location| for the
// set |shortcut_level|. If the folder containing |old_location| is then
// empty, it will be removed.
static bool MoveExistingShortcut(ShortcutLocation old_location,
ShortcutLocation new_location,
const ShortcutProperties& properties);
// Updates shortcut in |location| (or creates it if |options| specify
// SHELL_SHORTCUT_CREATE_ALWAYS).
// |properties| and |operation| affect this method as described on their
// invidividual definitions above.
// |location| may be one of SHORTCUT_LOCATION_DESKTOP,
// SHORTCUT_LOCATION_QUICK_LAUNCH, SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_ROOT,
// SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_CHROME_DIR, or
// SHORTCUT_LOCATION_START_MENU_CHROME_APPS_DIR.
static bool CreateOrUpdateShortcut(
ShortcutLocation location,
const ShortcutProperties& properties,
ShortcutOperation operation);
// Returns the string "|icon_path|,|icon_index|" (see, for example,
// http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/dd391573.aspx).
static base::string16 FormatIconLocation(const base::FilePath& icon_path,
int icon_index);
// This method returns the command to open URLs/files using chrome. Typically
// this command is written to the registry under shell\open\command key.
// |chrome_exe|: the full path to chrome.exe
static base::string16 GetChromeShellOpenCmd(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe);
// This method returns the command to be called by the DelegateExecute verb
// handler to launch chrome on Windows 8. Typically this command is written to
// the registry under the HKCR\Chrome\.exe\shell\(open|run)\command key.
// |chrome_exe|: the full path to chrome.exe
static base::string16 GetChromeDelegateCommand(
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe);
// Gets a mapping of all registered browser names (excluding the current
// browser) and their reinstall command (which usually sets browser as
// default).
// Given browsers can be registered in HKCU (as of Win7) and/or in HKLM, this
// method looks in both and gives precedence to values in HKCU as per the msdn
// standard: http://goo.gl/xjczJ.
static void GetRegisteredBrowsers(
std::map<base::string16, base::string16>* browsers);
// Returns the suffix this user's Chrome install is registered with.
// Always returns the empty string on system-level installs.
//
// This method is meant for external methods which need to know the suffix of
// the current install at run-time, not for install-time decisions.
// There are no guarantees that this suffix will not change later:
// (e.g. if two user-level installs were previously installed in parallel on
// the same machine, both without admin rights and with no user-level install
// having claimed the non-suffixed HKLM registrations, they both have no
// suffix in their progId entries (as per the old suffix rules). If they were
// to both fully register (i.e. click "Make Chrome Default" and go through
// UAC; or upgrade to Win8 and get the automatic no UAC full registration)
// they would then both get a suffixed registration as per the new suffix
// rules).
//
// |chrome_exe| The path to the currently installed (or running) chrome.exe.
static base::string16 GetCurrentInstallationSuffix(
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe);
// Returns the AppUserModelId. This identifier is unconditionally suffixed
// with a unique id for this user on user-level installs (in contrast to other
// registration entries which are suffixed as described in
// GetCurrentInstallationSuffix() above).
static base::string16 GetBrowserModelId(bool is_per_user_install);
// Returns an AppUserModelId composed of each member of |components| separated
// by dots.
// The returned appid is guaranteed to be no longer than
// chrome::kMaxAppModelIdLength (some of the components might have been
// shortened to enforce this).
static base::string16 BuildAppModelId(
const std::vector<base::string16>& components);
// Returns true if Chrome can make itself the default browser without relying
// on the Windows shell to prompt the user. This is the case for versions of
// Windows prior to Windows 8.
static bool CanMakeChromeDefaultUnattended();
enum InteractiveSetDefaultMode {
// The intent picker is opened with the different choices available to the
// user.
INTENT_PICKER,
// The Windows default apps settings page is opened with the current default
// app focused.
SYSTEM_SETTINGS,
};
// Returns the interactive mode that should be used to set the default browser
// or default protocol client on Windows 8+.
static InteractiveSetDefaultMode GetInteractiveSetDefaultMode();
// Returns the DefaultState of Chrome for HTTP and HTTPS and updates the
// default browser beacons as appropriate.
static DefaultState GetChromeDefaultState();
// Returns the DefaultState of the Chrome instance with the specified path for
// HTTP and HTTPs and updates the default browser beacons as appropriate.
static DefaultState GetChromeDefaultStateFromPath(
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe);
// Returns the DefaultState of Chrome for |protocol|.
static DefaultState GetChromeDefaultProtocolClientState(
const base::string16& protocol);
// Make Chrome the default browser. This function works by going through
// the url protocols and file associations that are related to general
// browsing, e.g. http, https, .html etc., and requesting to become the
// default handler for each. If any of these fails the operation will return
// false to indicate failure, which is consistent with the return value of
// shell_integration::GetDefaultBrowser.
//
// In the case of failure any successful changes will be left, however no
// more changes will be attempted.
// TODO(benwells): Attempt to undo any changes that were successfully made.
// http://crbug.com/83970
//
// shell_change: Defined whether to register as default browser at system
// level or user level. If value has ShellChange::SYSTEM_LEVEL
// we should be running as admin user.
// chrome_exe: The chrome.exe path to register as default browser.
// elevate_if_not_admin: On Vista if user is not admin, try to elevate for
// Chrome registration.
static bool MakeChromeDefault(int shell_change,
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
bool elevate_if_not_admin);
#if defined(GOOGLE_CHROME_BUILD)
// Opens the Apps & Features page in the Windows settings.
//
// This function DCHECKS that it is only called on Windows 10 or higher.
static bool LaunchUninstallAppsSettings();
#endif
// Windows 8: Shows and waits for the "How do you want to open webpages?"
// dialog if Chrome is not already the default HTTP/HTTPS handler. Also does
// XP-era registrations if Chrome is chosen or was already the default. Do
// not use on pre-Win8 OSes.
//
// Windows 10: The associations dialog cannot be launched so the settings
// dialog focused on default apps is launched. The function does not wait
// in this case.
//
// |chrome_exe| The chrome.exe path to register as default browser.
static bool ShowMakeChromeDefaultSystemUI(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe);
// Make Chrome the default application for a protocol.
// chrome_exe: The chrome.exe path to register as default browser.
// protocol: The protocol to register as the default handler for.
static bool MakeChromeDefaultProtocolClient(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
const base::string16& protocol);
// Shows and waits for the Windows 8 "How do you want to open links of this
// type?" dialog if Chrome is not already the default |protocol|
// handler. Also does XP-era registrations if Chrome is chosen or was already
// the default for |protocol|. Do not use on pre-Win8 OSes.
//
// |chrome_exe| The chrome.exe path to register as default browser.
// |protocol| is the protocol being registered.
static bool ShowMakeChromeDefaultProtocolClientSystemUI(
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
const base::string16& protocol);
// Registers Chrome as a potential default browser and handler for filetypes
// and protocols.
// If Chrome is already registered, this method is a no-op.
// This method requires write access to HKLM (prior to Win8) so is just a
// best effort deal.
// If write to HKLM is required, but fails, and:
// - |elevate_if_not_admin| is true (and OS is Vista or above):
// tries to launch setup.exe with admin priviledges (by prompting the user
// with a UAC) to do these tasks.
// - |elevate_if_not_admin| is false (or OS is XP):
// adds the ProgId entries to HKCU. These entries will not make Chrome show
// in Default Programs but they are still useful because Chrome can be
// registered to run when the user clicks on an http link or an html file.
//
// |chrome_exe| full path to chrome.exe.
// |unique_suffix| Optional input. If given, this function appends the value
// to default browser entries names that it creates in the registry.
// Currently, this is only used to continue an install with the same suffix
// when elevating and calling setup.exe with admin privileges as described
// above.
// |elevate_if_not_admin| if true will make this method try alternate methods
// as described above. This should only be true when following a user action
// (e.g. "Make Chrome Default") as it allows this method to UAC.
//
// Returns true if Chrome is successfully registered (or already registered).
static bool RegisterChromeBrowser(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
const base::string16& unique_suffix,
bool elevate_if_not_admin);
// This method declares to Windows that Chrome is capable of handling the
// given protocol. This function will call the RegisterChromeBrowser function
// to register with Windows as capable of handling the protocol, if it isn't
// currently registered as capable.
// Declaring the capability of handling a protocol is necessary to register
// as the default handler for the protocol in Vista and later versions of
// Windows.
//
// If called by the browser and elevation is required, it will elevate by
// calling setup.exe which will again call this function with elevate false.
//
// |chrome_exe| full path to chrome.exe.
// |unique_suffix| Optional input. If given, this function appends the value
// to default browser entries names that it creates in the registry.
// |protocol| The protocol to register as being capable of handling.s
// |elevate_if_not_admin| if true will make this method try alternate methods
// as described above.
static bool RegisterChromeForProtocol(const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
const base::string16& unique_suffix,
const base::string16& protocol,
bool elevate_if_not_admin);
// Removes installed shortcut(s) at |location|.
// |level|: CURRENT_USER to remove per-user shortcuts, or SYSTEM_LEVEL to
// remove all-users shortcuts.
// |target_exe|: Shortcut target exe; shortcuts will only be deleted when
// their target is |target_exe|.
// If |location| is a Chrome-specific folder, it will be deleted as well.
// Returns true if all shortcuts pointing to |target_exe| are successfully
// deleted, including the case where no such shortcuts are found.
static bool RemoveShortcuts(ShortcutLocation location,
ShellChange level,
const base::FilePath& target_exe);
// Updates the target of all shortcuts in |location| that satisfy the
// following:
// - the shortcut's original target is |old_target_exe|,
// - the original arguments are non-empty.
// If the shortcut's icon points to |old_target_exe|, then it also gets
// redirected to |new_target_exe|.
// Returns true if all updates to matching shortcuts are successful, including
// the vacuous case where no matching shortcuts are found.
static bool RetargetShortcutsWithArgs(
ShortcutLocation location,
ShellChange level,
const base::FilePath& old_target_exe,
const base::FilePath& new_target_exe);
typedef base::RefCountedData<base::CancellationFlag> SharedCancellationFlag;
// Appends Chrome shortcuts with non-whitelisted arguments to |shortcuts| if
// not NULL. If |do_removal|, also removes non-whitelisted arguments from
// those shortcuts. This method will abort and return false if |cancel| is
// non-NULL and gets set at any point during this call.
static bool ShortcutListMaybeRemoveUnknownArgs(
ShortcutLocation location,
ShellChange level,
const base::FilePath& chrome_exe,
bool do_removal,
const scoped_refptr<SharedCancellationFlag>& cancel,
std::vector<std::pair<base::FilePath, base::string16> >* shortcuts);
// Sets |suffix| to the base 32 encoding of the md5 hash of this user's sid
// preceded by a dot.
// This is guaranteed to be unique on the machine and 27 characters long
// (including the '.').
// This suffix is then meant to be added to all registration that may conflict
// with another user-level Chrome install.
// Note that prior to Chrome 21, the suffix registered used to be the user's
// username (see GetOldUserSpecificRegistrySuffix() below). We still honor old
// installs registered that way, but it was wrong because some of the
// characters allowed in a username are not allowed in a ProgId.
// Returns true unless the OS call to retrieve the username fails.
// NOTE: Only the installer should use this suffix directly. Other callers
// should call GetCurrentInstallationSuffix().
static bool GetUserSpecificRegistrySuffix(base::string16* suffix);
// Sets |suffix| to this user's username preceded by a dot. This suffix should
// only be used to support legacy installs that used this suffixing
// style.
// Returns true unless the OS call to retrieve the username fails.
// NOTE: Only the installer should use this suffix directly. Other callers
// should call GetCurrentInstallationSuffix().
static bool GetOldUserSpecificRegistrySuffix(base::string16* suffix);
// Associates a set of file extensions with a particular application in the
// Windows registry, for the current user only. If an extension has no
// existing default association, the given application becomes the default.
// Otherwise, the application is added to the Open With menu for this type,
// but does not become the default.
//
// |prog_id| is the ProgId used by Windows for file associations with this
// application. Must not be empty or start with a '.'.
// |command_line| is the command to execute when opening a file via this
// association. It should contain "%1" (to tell Windows to pass the filename
// as an argument).
// |file_type_name| and |icon_path| are the friendly name, and the path of the
// icon, respectively, that will be used for files of these types when
// associated with this application by default. (They are NOT the name/icon
// that will represent the application under the Open With menu.)
// |file_extensions| is the set of extensions to associate. They must not be
// empty or start with a '.'.
// Returns true on success, false on failure.
static bool AddFileAssociations(
const base::string16& prog_id,
const base::CommandLine& command_line,
const base::string16& file_type_name,
const base::FilePath& icon_path,
const std::set<base::string16>& file_extensions);
// Deletes all associations with a particular application in the Windows
// registry, for the current user only.
// |prog_id| is the ProgId used by Windows for file associations with this
// application, as given to AddFileAssociations. All information associated
// with this name will be deleted.
static bool DeleteFileAssociations(const base::string16& prog_id);
// This method converts all the RegistryEntries from the given list to
// Set/CreateRegWorkItems and runs them using WorkItemList.
static bool AddRegistryEntries(
HKEY root,
const std::vector<std::unique_ptr<RegistryEntry>>& entries);
private:
DISALLOW_COPY_AND_ASSIGN(ShellUtil);
};
#endif // CHROME_INSTALLER_UTIL_SHELL_UTIL_H_