js/xpconnect/idl/xpccomponents.idl
author Ehsan Akhgari <ehsan@mozilla.com>
Tue, 18 Sep 2018 10:47:04 -0400
changeset 437040 5fb38b2b939c28fa13a6396414e36eade5cb3fb7
parent 436901 930f94ff8388918d115d82fb022988a85e6deb41
child 441840 80bf9ddf5bedaaded17e4d0f3a2860ed73892c10
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1491561 follow-up: Add back Cu.createCommandParams() which was accidentally removed

/* -*- Mode: IDL; tab-width: 8; 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"

%{C++
#include "jspubtd.h"
%}

interface xpcIJSWeakReference;
interface nsIClassInfo;
interface nsICommandParams;
interface nsIComponentManager;
interface nsICycleCollectorListener;
interface nsIEditorSpellCheck;
interface nsIFile;
interface nsILoadContext;
interface nsIPersistentProperties;
interface nsIURI;
interface nsIJSCID;
interface nsIJSIID;
interface nsIPrincipal;
interface nsIStackFrame;
webidl Element;

/**
* interface of Components.interfacesByID
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(f235ef76-9919-478b-aa0f-282d994ddf76)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_InterfacesByID : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.interfaces
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(b8c31bba-79db-4a1d-930d-4cdd68713f9e)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Interfaces : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.classes
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(978ff520-d26c-11d2-9842-006008962422)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Classes : nsISupports
{
  // Make it so that |cid| gets mapped to |idString|.
  void initialize(in nsIJSCID cid, in string idString);
};

/**
* interface of Components.classesByID
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(336a9590-4d19-11d3-9893-006008962422)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_ClassesByID : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.results
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(2fc229a0-5860-11d3-9899-006008962422)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Results : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.ID
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(7994a6e0-e028-11d3-8f5d-0010a4e73d9a)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_ID : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.Exception
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(5bf039c0-e028-11d3-8f5d-0010a4e73d9a)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Exception : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of Components.Constructor
* (interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(88655640-e028-11d3-8f5d-0010a4e73d9a)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Constructor : nsISupports
{
};

/**
* interface of object returned by Components.Constructor
* (additional interesting stuff only reflected into JavaScript)
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(c814ca20-e0dc-11d3-8f5f-0010a4e73d9a)]
interface nsIXPCConstructor : nsISupports
{
    readonly attribute nsIJSCID classID;
    readonly attribute nsIJSIID interfaceID;
    readonly attribute string   initializer;
};

/**
* interface of object returned by Components.utils.Sandbox.
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(4f8ae0dc-d266-4a32-875b-6a9de71a8ce9)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_utils_Sandbox : nsISupports
{
};

/**
 * interface for callback to be passed to Cu.schedulePreciseGC
 */
[scriptable, function, uuid(71000535-b0fd-44d1-8ce0-909760e3953c)]
interface ScheduledGCCallback : nsISupports
{
    void callback();
};

/**
 * Interface for callback to be passed to Cu.blockThreadedExecution.
 */
[scriptable, function, uuid(c3b85a5c-c328-47d4-aaaf-384c4ff9d77d)]
interface nsIBlockThreadedExecutionCallback : nsISupports
{
    void callback();
};

/**
* interface of Components.utils
*/
[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(86003fe3-ee9a-4620-91dc-eef8b1e58815)]
interface nsIXPCComponents_Utils : nsISupports
{

    /* reportError is designed to be called from JavaScript only.
     *
     * It will report a JS Error object to the JS console, and return. It
     * is meant for use in exception handler blocks which want to "eat"
     * an exception, but still want to report it to the console.
     *
     * It must be called with one param, usually an object which was caught by
     * an exception handler.  If it is not a JS error object, the parameter
     * is converted to a string and reported as a new error.
     *
     * If called with two parameters, and the first parameter is not an
     * object, the second parameter is used as the stack for the error report.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void reportError(in jsval error, [optional] in jsval stack);

    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_utils_Sandbox Sandbox;

    /*
     * evalInSandbox is designed to be called from JavaScript only.
     *
     * evalInSandbox evaluates the provided source string in the given sandbox.
     * It returns the result of the evaluation to the caller.
     *
     * var s = new C.u.Sandbox("http://www.mozilla.org");
     * var res = C.u.evalInSandbox("var five = 5; 2 + five", s);
     * var outerFive = s.five;
     * s.seven = res;
     * var thirtyFive = C.u.evalInSandbox("five * seven", s);
     */
    [implicit_jscontext,optional_argc]
    jsval evalInSandbox(in AString source, in jsval sandbox,
                        [optional] in jsval version,
                        [optional] in AUTF8String filename,
                        [optional] in long lineNo);

    /*
     * Get the sandbox for running JS-implemented UA widgets (video controls etc.),
     * hosted inside UA-created Shadow DOM.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getUAWidgetScope(in nsIPrincipal principal);

    /*
     * getSandboxMetadata is designed to be called from JavaScript only.
     *
     * getSandboxMetadata retrieves the metadata associated with
     * a sandbox object. It will return undefined if there
     * is no metadata attached to the sandbox.
     *
     * var s = C.u.Sandbox(..., { metadata: "metadata" });
     * var metadata = C.u.getSandboxMetadata(s);
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getSandboxMetadata(in jsval sandbox);

    /*
     * setSandboxMetadata is designed to be called from JavaScript only.
     *
     * setSandboxMetadata sets the metadata associated with
     * a sandbox object.
     *
     * Note that the metadata object will be copied before being used.
     * The copy will be performed using the structured clone algorithm.
     * Note that this algorithm does not support reflectors and
     * it will throw if it encounters them.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void setSandboxMetadata(in jsval sandbox, in jsval metadata);

    /*
     * import is designed to be called from JavaScript only.
     *
     * Synchronously loads and evaluates the js file located at
     * 'registryLocation' with a new, fully privileged global object.
     *
     * If 'targetObj' is specified and equal to null, returns the
     * module's global object. Otherwise (if 'targetObj' is not
     * specified, or 'targetObj' is != null) looks for a property
     * 'EXPORTED_SYMBOLS' on the new global object. 'EXPORTED_SYMBOLS'
     * is expected to be an array of strings identifying properties on
     * the global object.  These properties will be installed as
     * properties on 'targetObj', or, if 'targetObj' is not specified,
     * on the caller's global object. If 'EXPORTED_SYMBOLS' is not
     * found, an error is thrown.
     *
     * @param resourceURI A resource:// URI string to load the module from.
     * @param targetObj  the object to install the exported properties on.
     *        If this parameter is a primitive value, this method throws
     *        an exception.
     * @returns the module code's global object.
     *
     * The implementation maintains a hash of registryLocation->global obj.
     * Subsequent invocations of importModule with 'registryLocation'
     * pointing to the same file will not cause the module to be re-evaluated,
     * but the symbols in EXPORTED_SYMBOLS will be exported into the
     * specified target object and the global object returned as above.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext,optional_argc]
    jsval import(in AUTF8String aResourceURI, [optional] in jsval targetObj);

    /**
     * Returns true if the js file located at 'registryLocation' location has
     * been loaded previously via the import method above. Returns false
     * otherwise.
     *
     * @param resourceURI A resource:// URI string representing the location of
     *        the js file to be checked if it is already loaded or not.
     * @returns boolean, true if the js file has been loaded via import. false
     *          otherwise
     */
    boolean isModuleLoaded(in AUTF8String aResourceURI);

    /*
     * Unloads the JS module at 'registryLocation'. Existing references to the
     * module will continue to work but any subsequent import of the module will
     * reload it and give new reference. If the JS module hasn't yet been
     * imported then this method will do nothing.
     *
     * @param resourceURI A resource:// URI string to unload the module from.
     */
    void unload(in AUTF8String registryLocation);

    /*
     * Imports global properties (like DOM constructors) into the scope, defining
     * them on the caller's global. aPropertyList should be an array of property
     * names.
     *
     * See xpc::GlobalProperties::Parse for the current list of supported
     * properties.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void importGlobalProperties(in jsval aPropertyList);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Return a weak reference for the given JS object.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    xpcIJSWeakReference getWeakReference(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Force an immediate garbage collection cycle.
     */
    void forceGC();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Force an immediate cycle collection cycle.
     */
    void forceCC([optional] in nsICycleCollectorListener aListener);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.  C++ callers should use the
     * nsCycleCollector_createLogger() function instead.
     *
     * Create an instance of the built-in cycle collector logger object.
     */
    nsICycleCollectorListener createCCLogger();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * If any incremental CC is in progress, finish it. For testing.
     */
    void finishCC();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Do some cycle collector work, with the given work budget.
     * The cost of calling Traverse() on a single object is set as 1.
     * For testing.
     */
    void ccSlice(in long long budget);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Return the longest cycle collector slice time since the last
     * time clearMaxCCTime() was called.
     */
    long getMaxCCSliceTimeSinceClear();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Reset the internal max slice time value used for
     * getMaxCCSliceTimeSinceClear().
     */
    void clearMaxCCTime();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Force an immediate shrinking garbage collection cycle.
     */
    void forceShrinkingGC();

    /*
     * Schedule a garbage collection cycle for a point in the future when no JS
     * is running. Call the provided function once this has occurred.
     */
    void schedulePreciseGC(in ScheduledGCCallback callback);

    /*
     * Schedule a shrinking garbage collection cycle for a point in the future
     * when no JS is running. Call the provided function once this has occured.
     */
    void schedulePreciseShrinkingGC(in ScheduledGCCallback callback);

    /*
     * In a debug build, unlink any ghost windows. This is only for debugging
     * leaks, and can cause bad things to happen if called.
     */
    void unlinkGhostWindows();

    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getJSTestingFunctions();

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Call 'function', using the provided stack as the async stack responsible
     * for the call, and propagate its return value or the exception it throws.
     * The function is called with no arguments, and 'this' is 'undefined'.
     *
     * The code in the function will see the given stack frame as the
     * asyncCaller of its own stack frame, instead of the current caller.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval callFunctionWithAsyncStack(in jsval function, in nsIStackFrame stack,
                                     in AString asyncCause);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Returns the global object with which the given object is associated.
     *
     * @param obj The JavaScript object whose global is to be gotten.
     * @return the corresponding global.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getGlobalForObject(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Returns the true if the object is a (scripted) proxy.
     * NOTE: Security wrappers are unwrapped first before the check.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    boolean isProxy(in jsval vobject);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Instead of simply wrapping a function into another compartment,
     * this helper function creates a native function in the target
     * compartment and forwards the call to the original function.
     * That call will be different than a regular JS function call in
     * that, the |this| is left unbound, and all the non-native JS
     * object arguments will be cloned using the structured clone
     * algorithm.
     * The return value is the new forwarder function, wrapped into
     * the caller's compartment.
     * The 3rd argument is an optional options object:
     * - defineAs: the name of the property that will
     *             be set on the target scope, with
     *             the forwarder function as the value.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval exportFunction(in jsval vfunction, in jsval vscope, [optional] in jsval voptions);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Returns an object created in |vobj|'s compartment.
     * If defineAs property on the options object is a non-null ID,
     * the new object will be added to vobj as a property. Also, the
     * returned new object is always automatically waived (see waiveXrays).
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval createObjectIn(in jsval vobj, [optional] in jsval voptions);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * Ensures that all functions come from vobj's scope (and aren't cross
     * compartment wrappers).
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void makeObjectPropsNormal(in jsval vobj);

    /**
     * Determines whether this object is backed by a DeadObjectProxy.
     *
     * Dead-wrapper objects hold no other objects alive (they have no outgoing
     * reference edges) and will throw if you touch them (e.g. by
     * reading/writing a property).
     */
    bool isDeadWrapper(in jsval obj);

    /**
     * Determines whether this object is a cross-process wrapper.
     */
    bool isCrossProcessWrapper(in jsval obj);

    /**
     * CPOWs can have user data attached to them. This data originates
     * in the local process via the
     * nsIRemoteTagService.getRemoteObjectTag method. It's sent along
     * with the CPOW to the remote process, where it can be fetched
     * with this function, getCrossProcessWrapperTag.
     */
    ACString getCrossProcessWrapperTag(in jsval obj);

    /**
     * If CPOWs are disabled for browser code via the
     * dom.ipc.cpows.forbid-unsafe-from-browser preferences, then only
     * add-ons can use CPOWs. This function allows a non-addon scope
     * to opt into CPOWs. It's necessary for the implementation of
     * RemoteAddonsParent.jsm.
     */
    void permitCPOWsInScope(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only. This is for Gecko internal use only, and may
     * disappear at any moment.
     *
     * Forces a recomputation of all wrappers in and out of the compartment
     * containing |vobj|. If |vobj| is not an object, all wrappers system-wide
     * are recomputed.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void recomputeWrappers([optional] in jsval vobj);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only. This is for Gecko internal use only, and may
     * disappear at any moment.
     *
     * Enables Xray vision for same-compartment access for the compartment
     * indicated by |vscope|. All outgoing wrappers are recomputed.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void setWantXrays(in jsval vscope);

    /*
     * For gecko internal automation use only. Calling this in production code
     * would result in security vulnerabilities, so it will crash if used outside
     * of automation.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void forcePermissiveCOWs();

    /*
     * Dispatches a runnable to the current/main thread. If |scope| is passed,
     * the runnable will be dispatch in the compartment of |scope|, which
     * affects which error reporter gets called.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    void dispatch(in jsval runnable, [optional] in jsval scope);

    /*
     * To be called from JS only.
     *
     * These are the set of JSContext options that privileged script
     * is allowed to control for the purposes of testing.  These
     * options should be kept in sync with what's controllable in the
     * jsshell and by setting prefs in nsJSEnvironment.
     *
     * NB: Assume that getting any of these attributes is relatively
     * cheap, but setting any of them is relatively expensive.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    attribute boolean strict;

    [implicit_jscontext]
    attribute boolean werror;

    [implicit_jscontext]
    attribute boolean strict_mode;

    [implicit_jscontext]
    attribute boolean ion;

    // Returns true if we're running in automation and certain security
    // restrictions can be eased.
    readonly attribute boolean isInAutomation;

    void crashIfNotInAutomation();

    [implicit_jscontext]
    void setGCZeal(in long zeal);

    [implicit_jscontext]
    void nukeSandbox(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * API to dynamically block script for a given global. This takes effect
     * immediately, unlike other APIs that only affect newly-created globals.
     *
     * The machinery here maintains a counter, and allows script only if each
     * call to blockScriptForGlobal() has been matched with a call to
     * unblockScriptForGlobal(). The caller _must_ make sure never to call
     * unblock() more times than it calls block(), since that could potentially
     * interfere with another consumer's script blocking.
     */

    [implicit_jscontext]
    void blockScriptForGlobal(in jsval global);

    [implicit_jscontext]
    void unblockScriptForGlobal(in jsval global);

    /**
     * Check whether the given object is an XrayWrapper.
     */
    bool isXrayWrapper(in jsval obj);

    /**
     * Waive Xray on a given value. Identity op for primitives.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval waiveXrays(in jsval aVal);

    /**
     * Strip off Xray waivers on a given value. Identity op for primitives.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval unwaiveXrays(in jsval aVal);

    /**
     * Gets the name of the JSClass of the object.
     *
     * if |aUnwrap| is true, all wrappers are unwrapped first. Unless you're
     * specifically trying to detect whether the object is a proxy, this is
     * probably what you want.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    string getClassName(in jsval aObj, in bool aUnwrap);

    /**
     * Get a DOM classinfo for the given classname.  Only some class
     * names are supported.
     */
    nsIClassInfo getDOMClassInfo(in AString aClassName);

    /**
     * Gets the incument global for the execution of this function. For internal
     * and testing use only.
     *
     * If |callback| is passed, it is invoked with the incumbent global as its
     * sole argument. This allows the incumbent global to be measured in callback
     * environments with no scripted frames on the stack.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getIncumbentGlobal([optional] in jsval callback);

    /**
     * Forces the generation of an XPCWrappedJS for a given object. For internal
     * and testing use only. This is only useful to set up wrapper map conditions
     * for a testcase. The return value is not an XPCWrappedJS itself, but an
     * opaque nsISupports holder that keeps the underlying XPCWrappedJS alive.
     *
     * if |scope| is passed, the XPCWrappedJS is generated in the scope of that object.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    nsISupports generateXPCWrappedJS(in jsval obj, [optional] in jsval scope);

    /**
      * Retrieve the last time, in microseconds since epoch, that a given
      * watchdog-related event occured.
      *
      * Valid categories:
      *   "ContextStateChange"      - Context switching between active and inactive states
      *   "WatchdogWakeup"          - Watchdog waking up from sleeping
      *   "WatchdogHibernateStart"  - Watchdog begins hibernating
      *   "WatchdogHibernateStop"   - Watchdog stops hibernating
      */
    PRTime getWatchdogTimestamp(in AString aCategory);

    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval getJSEngineTelemetryValue();

    /*
     * Clone an object into a scope.
     * The 3rd argument is an optional options object:
     * - cloneFunctions: boolean. If true, functions in the value are
     *   wrapped in a function forwarder that appears to be a native function in
     *   the content scope. Defaults to false.
     * - wrapReflectors: boolean. If true, DOM objects are passed through the
     *   clone directly with cross-compartment wrappers. Otherwise, the clone
     *   fails when such an object is encountered. Defaults to false.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    jsval cloneInto(in jsval value, in jsval scope, [optional] in jsval options);

    /*
     * When C++-Implemented code does security checks, it can generally query
     * the subject principal (i.e. the principal of the most-recently-executed
     * script) in order to determine the responsible party. However, when an API
     * is implemented in JS, this doesn't work - the most-recently-executed
     * script is always the System-Principaled API implementation. So we need
     * another mechanism.
     *
     * Hence the notion of the "WebIDL Caller". If the current Entry Script on
     * the Script Settings Stack represents the invocation of JS-implemented
     * WebIDL, this API returns the principal of the caller at the time
     * of invocation. Otherwise (i.e. outside of JS-implemented WebIDL), this
     * function throws. If it throws, you probably shouldn't be using it.
     */
    nsIPrincipal getWebIDLCallerPrincipal();

    /*
     * Gets the principal of a script object, after unwrapping any cross-
     * compartment wrappers.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    nsIPrincipal getObjectPrincipal(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * Gets the URI or identifier string associated with an object's
     * realm (the same one used by the memory reporter machinery).
     *
     * Unwraps cross-compartment wrappers first.
     *
     * The string formats and values may change at any time. Do not depend on
     * this from addon code.
     */
    [implicit_jscontext]
    ACString getRealmLocation(in jsval obj);

    /*
     * Return a fractional number of milliseconds from process
     * startup, measured with a monotonic clock.
     */
    double now();

    /*
     * Reads the given file and returns its contents. If called during early
     * startup, the file will be pre-read on a background thread during profile
     * startup so its contents will be available the next time they're read.
     *
     * The file must be a text file encoded in UTF-8. Otherwise the result is
     * undefined.
     */
    AUTF8String readUTF8File(in nsIFile file);

    /*
     * Reads the given local file URL and returns its contents. This has the
     * same semantics of readUTF8File.
     */
    AUTF8String readUTF8URI(in nsIURI url);

    /**
     * If the main thread is using any kind of fancy cooperative
     * scheduling (e.g., Quantum DOM scheduling),
     * blockThreadedExecution disables it temporarily. The
     * aBlockedCallback is called when it has been completely disabled
     * and events are back to running sequentially on a single main
     * thread. Calling unblockThreadedExecution will re-enable thread
     * scheduling of the main thread. Multiple calls to
     * blockThreadedExecution will require the same number of calls to
     * unblockThreadedExecution in order to resume cooperative
     * scheduling.
     */
    void blockThreadedExecution(in nsIBlockThreadedExecutionCallback aBlockedCallback);
    void unblockThreadedExecution();

    /* Give a directive to the record/replay system. */
    void recordReplayDirective(in long directive);

    /* Create a spellchecker object. */
    nsIEditorSpellCheck createSpellChecker();

    /* Create a commandline object. */
    nsISupports createCommandLine();

    /* Create a command params object. */
    nsICommandParams createCommandParams();

    /* Create a loadcontext object. */
    nsILoadContext createLoadContext();

    /* Create a private loadcontext object. */
    nsILoadContext createPrivateLoadContext();

    /* Create a persistent property object. */
    nsIPersistentProperties createPersistentProperties();
};

/**
* Interface for the 'Components' object.
*
* The first interface contains things that are available to non-chrome XBL code
* that runs in a scope with an ExpandedPrincipal. The second interface
* includes members that are only exposed to chrome.
*/

[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(eeeada2f-86c0-4609-b2bf-4bf2351b1ce6)]
interface nsIXPCComponentsBase : nsISupports
{
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Interfaces      interfaces;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_InterfacesByID  interfacesByID;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Results         results;

    boolean isSuccessCode(in nsresult result);

};

[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(aa28aaf6-70ce-4b03-9514-afe43c7dfda8)]
interface nsIXPCComponents : nsIXPCComponentsBase
{
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Classes         classes;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_ClassesByID     classesByID;
    // Will return null if there is no JS stack right now.
    readonly attribute nsIStackFrame                    stack;
    readonly attribute nsIComponentManager              manager;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Utils           utils;

    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_ID              ID;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Exception       Exception;
    readonly attribute nsIXPCComponents_Constructor     Constructor;

    [implicit_jscontext]
    // A javascript component can set |returnCode| to specify an nsresult to
    // be returned without throwing an exception.
    attribute jsval                                     returnCode;
};