xpcom/ds/nsIAtom.idl
author Matthew Gregan <kinetik@flim.org>
Fri, 02 Mar 2012 13:59:32 +1300
changeset 35275 c23ed8a949b2b27cb5df8a5621b8e60cef01a539
parent 1 9b2a99adc05e53cd4010de512f50118594756650
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 730425 - Perform an additional range checks in stream read functions. r=roc a=lsblakk

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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#include "nsISupports.idl"

%{C++
#include "nsStringGlue.h"
#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
%}

/*
 * Should this really be scriptable?  Using atoms from script or proxies
 * could be dangerous since double-wrapping could lead to loss of
 * pointer identity.
 */
 
[scriptable, uuid(3d1b15b0-93b4-11d1-895b-006008911b81)]
interface nsIAtom : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Get the Unicode or UTF8 value for the string
   */
  AString toString(); 
  AUTF8String toUTF8String();
  
  /**
   * Return a pointer to a zero terminated UTF8 string.
   */
  [noscript] void getUTF8String([shared, retval] out string aResult);

  /**
   * Compare the atom to a specific string value
   * Note that this will NEVER return/throw an error condition.
   */
  boolean equals(in AString aString);
  
  boolean equalsUTF8(in AUTF8String aString);

%{C++
  // note this is NOT virtual so this won't muck with the vtable!
  inline PRBool Equals(const nsAString& s) {
    PRBool result;
    Equals(s, &result);
    return result;
  }

  inline PRBool EqualsUTF8(const nsACString& s) {
    PRBool result;
    EqualsUTF8(s, &result);
    return result;
  }
%}
  
};


%{C++
/*
 * The three forms of NS_NewAtom and do_GetAtom (for use with
 * |nsCOMPtr<nsIAtom>|) return the atom for the string given.  At any
 * given time there will always be one atom representing a given string.
 * Atoms are intended to make string comparison cheaper by simplifying
 * it to pointer equality.  A pointer to the atom that does not own a
 * reference is not guaranteed to be valid.
 *
 * The three forms of NS_NewPermanentAtom and do_GetPermanentAtom return
 * the atom for the given string and ensure that the atom is permanent.
 * An atom that is permanent will exist (occupy space at a specific
 * location in memory) until XPCOM is shut down.  The advantage of
 * permanent atoms is that they do not need to maintain a reference
 * count, which requires locking and hurts performance.
 */


/**
 * Find an atom that matches the given UTF-8 string.
 * The string is assumed to be zero terminated.
 */
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewAtom(const char* aUTF8String);
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewPermanentAtom(const char* aUTF8String);

inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetAtom(const char* aUTF8String)
    { return NS_NewAtom(aUTF8String); }
inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetPermanentAtom(const char* aUTF8String)
    { return NS_NewPermanentAtom(aUTF8String); }
 
/**
 * Find an atom that matches the given UTF-8 string.
 */
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewAtom(const nsACString& aUTF8String);
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewPermanentAtom(const nsACString& aUTF8String);

inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetAtom(const nsACString& aUTF8String)
    { return NS_NewAtom(aUTF8String); }
inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetPermanentAtom(const nsACString& aUTF8String)
    { return NS_NewPermanentAtom(aUTF8String); }

/**
 * Find an atom that matches the given UTF-16 string.
 * The string is assumed to be zero terminated.
 */
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewAtom(const PRUnichar* aUTF16String);
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewPermanentAtom(const PRUnichar* aUTF16String);

inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetAtom(const PRUnichar* aUTF16String)
    { return NS_NewAtom(aUTF16String); }
inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetPermanentAtom(const PRUnichar* aUTF16String)
    { return NS_NewPermanentAtom(aUTF16String); }

/**
 * Find an atom that matches the given UTF-16 string.
 */
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewAtom(const nsAString& aUTF16String);
extern NS_COM nsIAtom* NS_NewPermanentAtom(const nsAString& aUTF16String);

inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetAtom(const nsAString& aUTF16String)
    { return NS_NewAtom(aUTF16String); }
inline already_AddRefed<nsIAtom> do_GetPermanentAtom(const nsAString& aUTF16String)
    { return NS_NewPermanentAtom(aUTF16String); }

/**
 * Return a count of the total number of atoms currently
 * alive in the system.
 */
extern NS_COM nsrefcnt NS_GetNumberOfAtoms(void);

%}