author B2G Bumper Bot <release+b2gbumper@mozilla.com>
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Bumping gaia.json for 2 gaia revision(s) a=gaia-bump ======== https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/gaia-central/rev/07a0aaaf4724 Author: Kevin Grandon <kevingrandon@yahoo.com> Desc: Merge pull request #26957 from KevinGrandon/bug_1112748_dual_home_screens Bug 1112748 - Do not install horizontal home screen onto devices r=ochameau r=rickychien ======== https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/gaia-central/rev/35397a319883 Author: Kevin Grandon <kevingrandon@yahoo.com> Desc: Bug 1112748 - Do not install horizontal home screen onto devices

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 4; 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/. */

#ifndef nsSample_h
#define nsSample_h

 * A sample of XPConnect. This file is the header of an implementation
 * nsSample of the nsISample interface.

#include "nsISample.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"

 * SampleImpl is an implementation of the nsISample interface.  In XPCOM,
 * there can be more than one implementation of an given interface.  Class
 * IDs (CIDs) uniquely identify a particular implementation of an interface.
 * Interface IDs (IIDs) uniquely identify an interface.
 * The CID is also a unique number that looks just like an IID
 * and uniquely identifies an implementation
 * {7CB5B7A0-07D7-11d3-BDE2-000064657374}

#define NS_SAMPLE_CID \
{ 0x7cb5b7a0, 0x7d7, 0x11d3, { 0xbd, 0xe2, 0x0, 0x0, 0x64, 0x65, 0x73, 0x74 } }

#define NS_SAMPLE_CONTRACTID "@mozilla.org/sample;1"

class nsSampleImpl MOZ_FINAL : public nsISample

   * This macro expands into a declaration of the nsISupports interface.
   * Every XPCOM component needs to implement nsISupports, as it acts
   * as the gateway to other interfaces this component implements.  You
   * could manually declare QueryInterface, AddRef, and Release instead
   * of using this macro, but why?
  // nsISupports interface

   * This macro is defined in the nsISample.h file, and is generated
   * automatically by the xpidl compiler.  It expands to
   * declarations of all of the methods required to implement the
   * interface.  xpidl will generate a NS_DECL_[INTERFACENAME] macro
   * for each interface that it processes.
   * The methods of nsISample are discussed individually below, but
   * commented out (because this macro already defines them.)

   * The following is an explanation of how the interface header
   * file expands to for a c++ implementation. NS_DELC_NSISAMPLE
   * takes care of defining the right c++ implementation.
   * The following if provided for more understanding.
   * NS_IMETHOD expands to the standard XPCOM return type.  XPCOM methods
   * should never return any other type.  The return value is used
   * behind the scenes by the XPConnect runtime to figure out if the call
   * failed in any way.
   * These methods were generated by "attribute string Value" in
   * nsISample.idl.  When reflected into JavaScript, XPCOM will use these
   * calls as Getter/Setter ops, so that they can be called transparently
   * as "sample.Value='foo';" and "var val = sample.Value"
  /* NS_IMETHOD GetValue(char** aValue); */
  /* NS_IMETHOD SetValue(char* aValue); */

   * The const came from the "in" specifier in nsISample.idl.  "in"
   * specifies that the value of this parameter is used only for input,
   * this method is not allowed to modify the contents of the buffer.
  /* NS_IMETHOD WriteValue(const char* aPrefix); */

   * nsISample.idl specifies all of its string types as string, instead
   * of wstring (wide string), the Unicode type.  If the world were a
   * perfect place, all normal strings in XPCOM interfaces would be unicode.
   * If this type had been specified as wstring, it would appear as
   * char16_t * in C++, which is the NSPR type for unicode characters.
  /* NS_IMETHOD Poke(const char* aValue); */


  char* mValue;