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# This file describes all Blink IDL extended attributes and allowed values.
# If any IDL file uses an extended attribute or values not listed below, the
# build will fail.
# If you would like to add a new extended attribute or value, please:
# (1) add the extended attribute or value to this file
# (2) add an explanation to the Blink IDL extended attributes document:
# IDLExtendedAttributes.md (in this directory)
# (3) add appropriate test cases to run-bindings-tests
#
# The syntax of this file is as follows:
# - One extended attribute per one line: Name and (optionally) Values.
# - "Attr" means that the Attr does not take a value, i.e. [Attr].
# - "Attr=X" means that Attr takes a required value, which must be X;
# i.e. [Attr=X].
# - "Attr=X|Y|Z" means that Attr takes a required value, and the valid
# values are X, Y, and Z, and combinations thereof;
# e.g. [Attr=X], [Attr=Y], [Attr=X|Z].
# The separator must be | or &, so [Attr=X&Z] is also valid.
# - "Attr=|X|Y|Z" means that Attr takes an optional value, whose valid
# values (if present) are X, Y, and Z, and combinations thereof; e.g.
# [Attr], [Attr=X], [Attr=Y], [Attr=X|Z], [Attr=X|Y|Z], [Attr=X&Z].
# Note that including an empty value in the list, as in [Attr=X||Y],
# is NOT valid: the value is optional, but empty values are not allowed.
# - "Attr=*" means that Attr takes a required value, which can be
# arbitrary, and combinations thereof, e.g. [Attr=IndexedDB],
# [Attr=DeleteFunction], [Attr=X|Y].
# - "Attr=|*" means that Attr takes an optional value, which can be
# arbitrary, e.g. [Attr], [Attr=X].
# - "Attr=X|*" means that Attr takes an required value, which can be
# arbitrary, but that "X" is standard, e.g. [Attr=X], [Attr=Foo].
#
ActiveScriptWrappable
CEReactions
CachedAttribute=*
CallWith=ExecutionContext|ScriptState|ScriptArguments|CurrentWindow|EnteredWindow|ThisValue
CheckSecurity=Receiver|ReturnValue
Clamp
Constructor
# FIXME: remove [ConstructorCallWith=Document], as can instead use
# [ConstructorCallWith=ExecutionContext] + toDocument(executionContext)
ConstructorCallWith=ExecutionContext|ScriptState|Document
Custom=|Getter|Setter|LegacyCallAsFunction|VisitDOMWrapper|PropertyGetter|PropertyEnumerator|PropertyQuery|CallPrologue|CallEpilogue
CustomConstructor
CustomElementCallbacks
Default=Undefined
DependentLifetime
DeprecateAs=*
DoNotCheckConstants
DoNotCheckSecurity=|Setter
DoNotTestNewObject
EnforceRange
Exposed=*
FlexibleArrayBufferView
Global=|*
ImplementedAs=*
ImplementedInPrivateScript
Iterable
LegacyInterfaceTypeChecking
LegacyTreatAsPartialInterface
LenientThis
LogActivity=|GetterOnly|SetterOnly
LogAllWorlds
NewObject
Measure
MeasureAs=*
NamedConstructor=*
NoImplHeader
NoInterfaceObject
NotEnumerable
OnlyExposedToPrivateScript
OriginTrialEnabled=*
OverrideBuiltins
PartialInterfaceImplementedAs=*
PermissiveDictionaryConversion
PerWorldBindings
PostMessage
PrimaryGlobal=|*
PutForwards=*
RaisesException=|Getter|Setter|Constructor
Reflect=|*
ReflectEmpty=*
ReflectInvalid=*
ReflectMissing=*
ReflectOnly=*
Replaceable
# Valid values for [RuntimeEnabled] are the Runtime Enabled Features, listed in
# Source/platform/RuntimeEnabledFeatures.in
RuntimeEnabled=*
SameObject
SaveSameObject
SetWrapperReferenceFrom=*
SetWrapperReferenceTo=*
SetterCallWith=ExecutionContext|ScriptArguments|CurrentWindow|EnteredWindow
TreatNullAs=NullString|EmptyString
TreatUndefinedAs=NullString
URL
Unforgeable
Unscopeable