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# Copyright 2016 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.
declare_args() {
# Optional system library.
use_xkbcommon = use_ozone && (is_linux || is_chromeos) && !is_chromecast
# Whether the platform provides a native accessibility toolkit, in other words
# the platform has a C/C++ interface for accessibility that Chrome
# implements/subclasses in some way - win, mac, linux.
has_native_accessibility = use_atk || is_win || is_mac
# Whether the platform provide platform-specific accessibility implementation,
# i.e. there an accessibility API of some kind on this platform that's
# implemented in Chrome's browser process, but not necessarily something that
# looks like subclassing an interface - so that includes Android (the Java
# AccessibilityNodeProvider API) and Fuchsia (uses fidl messaging, kind of
# like mojo).
has_platform_accessibility_support = false
# Whether the message center should be included for displaying notifications.
enable_message_center =
is_win || is_mac || is_linux || is_chromeos || is_fuchsia
# Android does have platform accessibility support that's implemented using
# BrowserAccessibilityManager. But unlike Windows, Mac and Linux it does not use
# AXPlatformNode to implement a native C++ API, instead it bridges to a Java API.
has_platform_accessibility_support = has_native_accessibility || is_android
enable_hidpi = !is_android