author David Keeler <>
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 16:50:19 -0700
changeset 409021 5be07e86738e8993022e1c507b5b09e602872a33
parent 201671 f37d8b5936c470718e80f34d9ea9ca942b63de8b
child 448947 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
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bug 1439383 - clean up the load loadable roots thread when we're done with it r=froydnj,jcj MozReview-Commit-ID: J5GnpwxYguz

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* 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 */
#ifndef nsIHTMLContentSink_h___
#define nsIHTMLContentSink_h___

 * This interface is OBSOLETE and in the process of being REMOVED.
 * Do NOT implement!
 * This file declares the concrete HTMLContentSink class.
 * This class is used during the parsing process as the
 * primary interface between the parser and the content
 * model.
 * After the tokenizer completes, the parser iterates over
 * the known token list. As the parser identifies valid 
 * elements, it calls the contentsink interface to notify
 * the content model that a new node or child node is being
 * created and added to the content model.
 * The HTMLContentSink interface assumes 4 underlying
 * containers: HTML, HEAD, BODY and FRAMESET. Before 
 * accessing any these, the parser will call the appropriate
 * OpennsIHTMLContentSink method: OpenHTML,OpenHead,OpenBody,OpenFrameSet;
 * likewise, the ClosensIHTMLContentSink version will be called when the
 * parser is done with a given section.
 * IMPORTANT: The parser may Open each container more than
 * once! This is due to the irregular nature of HTML files.
 * For example, it is possible to encounter plain text at
 * the start of an HTML document (that precedes the HTML tag).
 * Such text is treated as if it were part of the body.
 * In such cases, the parser will Open the body, pass the text-
 * node in and then Close the body. The body will likely be
 * re-Opened later when the actual <BODY> tag has been seen.
 * Containers within the body are Opened and Closed
 * using the OpenContainer(...) and CloseContainer(...) calls.
 * It is assumed that the document or contentSink is 
 * maintaining its state to manage where new content should 
 * be added to the underlying document.
 * NOTE: OpenHTML() and OpenBody() may get called multiple times
 *       in the same document. That's fine, and it doesn't mean
 *       that we have multiple bodies or HTML's.
 * NOTE: I haven't figured out how sub-documents (non-frames)
 *       are going to be handled. Stay tuned.
#include "nsIContentSink.h"
#include "nsHTMLTags.h"

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 * This interface is OBSOLETE and in the process of being REMOVED.
 * Do NOT implement!
class nsIHTMLContentSink : public nsIContentSink 


  enum ElementType { eHTML, eBody };

   * This method is used to open a generic container in the sink.
   * @update 4/1/98 gess
  NS_IMETHOD OpenContainer(ElementType aNodeType) = 0;

   *  This method gets called by the parser when a close
   *  container tag has been consumed and needs to be closed.
   * @param  aTag - The tag to be closed.
  NS_IMETHOD CloseContainer(ElementType aTag) = 0;


#endif /* nsIHTMLContentSink_h___ */