author Andreas Pehrson <apehrson@mozilla.com>
Tue, 12 Nov 2019 10:30:16 +0000
changeset 501560 9e3f44e87a1a2be927c7fab135653c6b86b982c9
parent 257202 a13c1f26e351dd6251da641fe7a9eb53790fc2d0
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1594466 - Don't rewrite mimeType if fully defined. r=bryce Prior to this patch the mimetype was rewritten per the printf format "%s; codecs=%s" also when codecs were defined in the constrained mime type. The latter '%s' would be the codecs string from the mime type parser, which would have dropped any quotation marks surrounding the string. Hence 'codecs="vp8, opus"' would be considered supported (quotation marks included), but when selecting mime type in start(), it would be rewritten with quotation marks dropped. Thus looking like 'codecs=vp8,' which is not supported. This patch removes the rewrite step when the mime type is fully defined with codecs, so that the quotation marks are left in place as given to the constructor. Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D52520

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#include "nsISupports.idl"

interface nsIRunnable;
%{ C++
template <class T> struct already_AddRefed;

 * Interface for the native event system layer.  This interface is designed
 * to be used on the main application thread only.
interface nsIAppShell : nsISupports
   * Enter an event loop.  Don't leave until exit() is called.
  void run();

   * Exit the handle event loop
  void exit();

   * Give hint to native event queue notification mechanism. If the native
   * platform needs to tradeoff performance vs. native event starvation this
   * hint tells the native dispatch code which to favor.  The default is to
   * prevent native event starvation.
   * Calls to this function may be nested. When the number of calls that pass
   * PR_TRUE is subtracted from the number of calls that pass PR_FALSE is
   * greater than 0, performance is given precedence over preventing event
   * starvation.
   * The starvationDelay arg is only used when favorPerfOverStarvation is
   * PR_FALSE. It is the amount of time in milliseconds to wait before the
   * PR_FALSE actually takes effect.
  void favorPerformanceHint(in boolean favorPerfOverStarvation,
                            in unsigned long starvationDelay);

   * Suspends the use of additional platform-specific methods (besides the
   * nsIAppShell->run() event loop) to run Gecko events on the main
   * application thread.  Under some circumstances these "additional methods"
   * can cause Gecko event handlers to be re-entered, sometimes leading to
   * hangs and crashes.  Calls to suspendNative() and resumeNative() may be
   * nested.  On some platforms (those that don't use any "additional
   * methods") this will be a no-op.  Does not (in itself) stop Gecko events
   * from being processed on the main application thread.  But if the
   * nsIAppShell->run() event loop is blocked when this call is made, Gecko
   * events will stop being processed until resumeNative() is called (even
   * if a plugin or library is temporarily processing events on a nested
   * event loop).
  void suspendNative();

   * Resumes the use of additional platform-specific methods to run Gecko
   * events on the main application thread.  Calls to suspendNative() and
   * resumeNative() may be nested.  On some platforms this will be a no-op.
  void resumeNative();

   * The current event loop nesting level.
  readonly attribute unsigned long eventloopNestingLevel;