author Bill McCloskey <>
Mon, 12 Jun 2017 12:34:10 -0700
changeset 364767 9846de3bd9545fb2c2b803a36af85568ccf2473b
parent 279171 67f78903bbce0d12bb2b1d66d3cd81fcc315c49c
child 404574 c4420500cda8ce75074b7fa5972c7c922002693c
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1372405 - Provide names for all runnables in the tree (r=froydnj) MozReview-Commit-ID: DKR6ROiHRS7

/* -*- 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 */

#include "nsISupports.idl"

interface nsISimpleEnumerator;
interface nsIFile;
interface nsIToolkitProfile;
interface nsIProfileLock;

[scriptable, uuid(1947899b-f369-48fa-89da-f7c37bb1e6bc)]
interface nsIToolkitProfileService : nsISupports
    attribute boolean startWithLastProfile;
    attribute boolean startOffline;

    readonly attribute nsISimpleEnumerator /*nsIToolkitProfile*/ profiles;

     * The currently selected profile (the one used or about to be used by the
     * browser).
    attribute nsIToolkitProfile selectedProfile;

     * The default profile (the one used or about to be used by the
     * browser if no other profile is specified at runtime). This is the profile
     * marked with Default=1 in profiles.ini and is usually the same as
     * selectedProfile, except on Developer Edition.
     * Developer Edition uses a profile named "dev-edition-default" as the
     * default profile (which it creates if it doesn't exist), unless a special
     * empty file named "ignore-dev-edition-profile" is present next to
     * profiles.ini. In that case Developer Edition behaves the same as any
     * other build of Firefox.
    attribute nsIToolkitProfile defaultProfile;

     * Get a profile by name. This is mainly for use by the -P
     * commandline flag.
     * @param aName The profile name to find.
    nsIToolkitProfile getProfileByName(in AUTF8String aName);

     * Lock an arbitrary path as a profile. If the path does not exist, it
     * will be created and the defaults copied from the application directory.
    nsIProfileLock lockProfilePath(in nsIFile aDirectory,
                                   in nsIFile aTempDirectory);

     * Create a new profile.
     * The profile temporary directory will be chosen based on where the
     * profile directory is located.
     * @param aRootDir
     *        The profile directory. May be null, in which case a suitable
     *        default will be chosen based on the profile name.
     * @param aName
     *        The profile name.
    nsIToolkitProfile createProfile(in nsIFile aRootDir,
                                    in AUTF8String aName);

     * Create the default profile for an application.
     * The profile will be typically in
     * {Application Data}/.profilename/{salt}.default or
     * {Application Data}/.appname/{salt}.default
     * or if aVendorName is provided
     * {Application Data}/.vendor/appname/{salt}.default
     * @note Either aProfileName or aAppName must be non-empty
     * @param  aProfileName
     *         The name of the profile
     * @param  aAppName
     *         The name of the application
     * @param  aVendorName
     *         The name of the vendor
     * @return The created profile.
    nsIToolkitProfile createDefaultProfileForApp(in AUTF8String aProfileName,
                                                 in AUTF8String aAppName,
                                                 in AUTF8String aVendorName);

     * Returns the number of profiles.
     * @return 0, 1, or 2. More than 2 profiles will always return 2.
    readonly attribute unsigned long profileCount;

     * Flush the profiles list file.
    void flush();