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 * 05/03/2000   IBM Corp.       Observer related defines for reflow

/* a presentation of a document, part 2 */

#ifndef nsIPresShell_h___
#define nsIPresShell_h___

#include "nsISupports.h"
#include "nsCoord.h"
#include "nsRect.h"
#include "nsColor.h"
#include "nsEvent.h"
#include "nsCompatibility.h"
#include "nsFrameManagerBase.h"
#include "mozFlushType.h"
#include "nsWeakReference.h"
#include <stdio.h> // for FILE definition

class nsIAtom;
class nsIContent;
class nsIContentIterator;
class nsIDocument;
class nsIDocumentObserver;
class nsIFrame;
class nsPresContext;
class nsStyleSet;
class nsIViewManager;
class nsIDeviceContext;
class nsIRenderingContext;
class nsIPageSequenceFrame;
class nsString;
class nsAString;
class nsStringArray;
class nsCaret;
class nsStyleContext;
class nsFrameSelection;
class nsFrameManager;
class nsILayoutHistoryState;
class nsIReflowCallback;
class nsISupportsArray;
class nsIDOMNode;
class nsIRegion;
class nsIStyleFrameConstruction;
class nsIStyleSheet;
class nsCSSFrameConstructor;
class nsISelection;
template<class E> class nsCOMArray;
class nsWeakFrame;
class nsIScrollableFrame;
class gfxASurface;
class gfxContext;

typedef short SelectionType;
typedef PRUint32 nsFrameState;

// 23e048f6-49bb-4ac4-b900-c63865363ad3
{ 0x23e048f6, 0x49bb, 0x4ac4, \
  { 0xb9, 0x00, 0xc6, 0x38, 0x65, 0x36, 0x3a, 0xd3 } }

// Constants for ScrollContentIntoView() function

// debug VerifyReflow flags
#define VERIFY_REFLOW_ON              0x01
#define VERIFY_REFLOW_NOISY           0x02
#define VERIFY_REFLOW_ALL             0x04
#define VERIFY_REFLOW_NOISY_RC        0x10

 * Presentation shell interface. Presentation shells are the
 * controlling point for managing the presentation of a document. The
 * presentation shell holds a live reference to the document, the
 * presentation context, the style manager, the style set and the root
 * frame. <p>
 * When this object is Release'd, it will release the document, the
 * presentation context, the style manager, the style set and the root
 * frame.

// hack to make egcs / gcc 2.95.2 happy
class nsIPresShell_base : public nsISupports


class nsIPresShell : public nsIPresShell_base
  NS_IMETHOD Init(nsIDocument* aDocument,
                  nsPresContext* aPresContext,
                  nsIViewManager* aViewManager,
                  nsStyleSet* aStyleSet,
                  nsCompatibility aCompatMode) = 0;

   * All callers are responsible for calling |Destroy| after calling
   * |EndObservingDocument|.  It needs to be separate only because form
   * controls incorrectly store their data in the frames rather than the
   * content model and printing calls |EndObservingDocument| multiple
   * times to make form controls behave nicely when printed.
  NS_IMETHOD Destroy() = 0;

  // All frames owned by the shell are allocated from an arena.  They are also recycled
  // using free lists (separate free lists being maintained for each size_t).
  // Methods for recycling frames.
  virtual void* AllocateFrame(size_t aSize) = 0;
  virtual void  FreeFrame(size_t aSize, void* aFreeChunk) = 0;

   * Stack memory allocation:
   * Callers who wish to allocate memory whose lifetime corresponds to
   * the lifetime of a stack-allocated object can use this API.  The
   * caller must use a pair of calls to PushStackMemory and
   * PopStackMemory, such that all stack object lifetimes are either
   * entirely between the calls or containing both calls.
   * Then, between the calls, the caller can call AllocateStackMemory to
   * allocate memory from an arena pool that will be freed by the call
   * to PopStackMemory.
   * The allocations cannot be for more than 4044 bytes.
  virtual void PushStackMemory() = 0;
  virtual void PopStackMemory() = 0;
  virtual void* AllocateStackMemory(size_t aSize) = 0;
  nsIDocument* GetDocument() { return mDocument; }

  nsPresContext* GetPresContext() { return mPresContext; }

  nsIViewManager* GetViewManager() { return mViewManager; }

  nsStyleSet*  StyleSet() { return mStyleSet; }

  nsCSSFrameConstructor* FrameConstructor()
    return mFrameConstructor;

  nsFrameManager* FrameManager() const {
    return reinterpret_cast<nsFrameManager*>


  /* Enable/disable author style level. Disabling author style disables the entire
   * author level of the cascade, including the HTML preshint level.
  // XXX these could easily be inlined, but there is a circular #include
  // problem with nsStyleSet.
  NS_HIDDEN_(void) SetAuthorStyleDisabled(PRBool aDisabled);
  NS_HIDDEN_(PRBool) GetAuthorStyleDisabled();

   * Called when stylesheets are added/removed/enabled/disabled to rebuild
   * all style data for a given pres shell without necessarily reconstructing
   * all of the frames.  This will not reconstruct style synchronously; if
   * you need to do that, call FlushPendingNotifications to flush out style
   * reresolves.
   * // XXXbz why do we have this on the interface anyway?  The only consumer
   * is calling AddOverrideStyleSheet/RemoveOverrideStyleSheet, and I think
   * those should just handle reconstructing style data...
  virtual NS_HIDDEN_(void) ReconstructStyleDataExternal();
  NS_HIDDEN_(void) ReconstructStyleDataInternal();
  void ReconstructStyleData() { ReconstructStyleDataInternal(); }
  void ReconstructStyleData() { ReconstructStyleDataExternal(); }

  /** Setup all style rules required to implement preferences
   * - used for background/text/link colors and link underlining
   *    may be extended for any prefs that are implemented via style rules
   * - aForceReflow argument is used to force a full reframe to make the rules show
   *   (only used when the current page needs to reflect changed pref rules)
   * - initially created for bugs 31816, 20760, 22963
  NS_IMETHOD SetPreferenceStyleRules(PRBool aForceReflow) = 0;

   * FrameSelection will return the Frame based selection API.
   * You cannot go back and forth anymore with QI between nsIDOM sel and
   * nsIFrame sel.
  already_AddRefed<nsFrameSelection> FrameSelection();

   * ConstFrameSelection returns an object which methods are safe to use for
   * example in nsIFrame code.
  const nsFrameSelection* ConstFrameSelection() { return mSelection; }

  // Make shell be a document observer.  If called after Destroy() has
  // been called on the shell, this will be ignored.
  NS_IMETHOD BeginObservingDocument() = 0;

  // Make shell stop being a document observer
  NS_IMETHOD EndObservingDocument() = 0;

   * Determine if InitialReflow() was previously called.
   * @param aDidInitialReflow PR_TRUE if InitalReflow() was previously called,
   * PR_FALSE otherwise.
  NS_IMETHOD GetDidInitialReflow(PRBool *aDidInitialReflow) = 0;

   * Perform the initial reflow. Constructs the frame for the root content
   * object and then reflows the frame model into the specified width and
   * height.
   * The coordinates for aWidth and aHeight must be in standard nscoords.
   * Callers of this method must hold a reference to this shell that
   * is guaranteed to survive through arbitrary script execution.
   * Calling InitialReflow can execute arbitrary script.
  NS_IMETHOD InitialReflow(nscoord aWidth, nscoord aHeight) = 0;

   * Reflow the frame model into a new width and height.  The
   * coordinates for aWidth and aHeight must be in standard nscoord's.
  NS_IMETHOD ResizeReflow(nscoord aWidth, nscoord aHeight) = 0;

   * Reflow the frame model with a reflow reason of eReflowReason_StyleChange
  NS_IMETHOD StyleChangeReflow() = 0;

   * This calls through to the frame manager to get the root frame.
   * Callers inside of gklayout should use FrameManager()->GetRootFrame()
   * instead, as it's more efficient.
  virtual NS_HIDDEN_(nsIFrame*) GetRootFrame() const;

   * Get root scroll frame from FrameManager()->GetRootFrame().
  nsIFrame* GetRootScrollFrame() const;

   * The same as GetRootScrollFrame, but returns an nsIScrollableFrame
  nsIScrollableFrame* GetRootScrollFrameAsScrollable() const;

   * Returns the page sequence frame associated with the frame hierarchy.
   * Returns NULL if not a paginated view.
  NS_IMETHOD GetPageSequenceFrame(nsIPageSequenceFrame** aResult) const = 0;

   * Gets the primary frame associated with the content object. This is a
   * helper function that just forwards the request to the frame manager.
   * The primary frame is the frame that is most closely associated with the
   * content. A frame is more closely associated with the content that another
   * frame if the one frame contains directly or indirectly the other frame (e.g.,
   * when a frame is scrolled there is a scroll frame that contains the frame
   * being scrolled). The primary frame is always the first-in-flow.
   * In the case of absolutely positioned elements and floated elements,
   * the primary frame is the placeholder frame.
  virtual NS_HIDDEN_(nsIFrame*) GetPrimaryFrameFor(nsIContent* aContent) const = 0;

   * Gets the real primary frame associated with the content object.
   * In the case of absolutely positioned elements and floated elements,
   * the real primary frame is the frame that is out of the flow and not the
   * placeholder frame.
  virtual NS_HIDDEN_(nsIFrame*) GetRealPrimaryFrameFor(nsIContent* aContent) const = 0;

   * Returns a layout object associated with the primary frame for the content object.
   * @param aContent   the content object for which we seek a layout object
   * @param aResult    the resulting layout object as an nsISupports, if found.
  NS_IMETHOD GetLayoutObjectFor(nsIContent*   aContent,
                                nsISupports** aResult) const = 0;

   * Gets the placeholder frame associated with the specified frame. This is
   * a helper frame that forwards the request to the frame manager.
  NS_IMETHOD GetPlaceholderFrameFor(nsIFrame*  aFrame,
                                    nsIFrame** aPlaceholderFrame) const = 0;

   * Tell the pres shell that a frame needs to be marked dirty and needs
   * Reflow.  It's OK if this is an ancestor of the frame needing reflow as
   * long as the ancestor chain between them doesn't cross a reflow root.  The
   * bit to add should be either NS_FRAME_IS_DIRTY or
   * NS_FRAME_HAS_DIRTY_CHILDREN (but not both!).
  enum IntrinsicDirty {
    // XXXldb eResize should be renamed
    eResize,     // don't mark any intrinsic widths dirty
    eTreeChange, // mark intrinsic widths dirty on aFrame and its ancestors
    eStyleChange // Do eTreeChange, plus all of aFrame's descendants
  NS_IMETHOD FrameNeedsReflow(nsIFrame *aFrame,
                              IntrinsicDirty aIntrinsicDirty,
                              nsFrameState aBitToAdd) = 0;

  NS_IMETHOD CancelAllPendingReflows() = 0;

   * Recreates the frames for a node
  NS_IMETHOD RecreateFramesFor(nsIContent* aContent) = 0;

  void PostRecreateFramesFor(nsIContent* aContent);
   * Determine if it is safe to flush all pending notifications
   * @param aIsSafeToFlush PR_TRUE if it is safe, PR_FALSE otherwise.
  NS_IMETHOD IsSafeToFlush(PRBool& aIsSafeToFlush) = 0;

   * Flush pending notifications of the type specified.  This method
   * will not affect the content model; it'll just affect style and
   * frames. Callers that actually want up-to-date presentation (other
   * than the document itself) should probably be calling
   * nsIDocument::FlushPendingNotifications.
   * @param aType the type of notifications to flush
  NS_IMETHOD FlushPendingNotifications(mozFlushType aType) = 0;

   * Callbacks will be called even if reflow itself fails for
   * some reason.
  NS_IMETHOD PostReflowCallback(nsIReflowCallback* aCallback) = 0;
  NS_IMETHOD CancelReflowCallback(nsIReflowCallback* aCallback) = 0;

  NS_IMETHOD ClearFrameRefs(nsIFrame* aFrame) = 0;

   * Given a frame, create a rendering context suitable for use with
   * the frame.
  NS_IMETHOD CreateRenderingContext(nsIFrame *aFrame,
                                    nsIRenderingContext** aContext) = 0;

   * Informs the pres shell that the document is now at the anchor with
   * the given name.  If |aScroll| is true, scrolls the view of the
   * document so that the anchor with the specified name is displayed at
   * the top of the window.  If |aAnchorName| is empty, then this informs
   * the pres shell that there is no current target, and |aScroll| must
   * be false.
  NS_IMETHOD GoToAnchor(const nsAString& aAnchorName, PRBool aScroll) = 0;

   * Tells the presshell to scroll again to the last anchor scrolled to by
   * GoToAnchor, if any. This scroll only happens if the scroll
   * position has not changed since the last GoToAnchor. This is called
   * by nsDocumentViewer::LoadComplete. This clears the last anchor
   * scrolled to by GoToAnchor (we don't want to keep it alive if it's
   * removed from the DOM), so don't call this more than once.
  NS_IMETHOD ScrollToAnchor() = 0;

   * Scrolls the view of the document so that the primary frame of the content
   * is displayed at the top of the window. Layout is flushed before scrolling.
   * @param aContent  The content object of which primary frame should be
   *                  scrolled into view.
   * @param aVPercent How to align the frame vertically. A value of 0
   *                  (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_TOP) means the frame's upper edge is
   *                  aligned with the top edge of the visible area. A value of
   *                  100 (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_BOTTOM) means the frame's bottom
   *                  edge is aligned with the bottom edge of the visible area.
   *                  For values in between, the point "aVPercent" down the frame
   *                  is placed at the point "aVPercent" down the visible area. A
   *                  value of 50 (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_CENTER) centers the frame
   *                  vertically. A value of NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_ANYWHERE means move
   *                  the frame the minimum amount necessary in order for the entire
   *                  frame to be visible vertically (if possible)
   * @param aHPercent How to align the frame horizontally. A value of 0
   *                  (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_LEFT) means the frame's left edge is
   *                  aligned with the left edge of the visible area. A value of
   *                  100 (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_RIGHT) means the frame's right
   *                  edge is aligned with the right edge of the visible area.
   *                  For values in between, the point "aVPercent" across the frame
   *                  is placed at the point "aVPercent" across the visible area.
   *                  A value of 50 (NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_CENTER) centers the frame
   *                  horizontally . A value of NS_PRESSHELL_SCROLL_ANYWHERE means move
   *                  the frame the minimum amount necessary in order for the entire
   *                  frame to be visible horizontally (if possible)
  NS_IMETHOD ScrollContentIntoView(nsIContent* aContent,
                                   PRIntn      aVPercent,
                                   PRIntn      aHPercent) const = 0;

   * Suppress notification of the frame manager that frames are
   * being destroyed.
  NS_IMETHOD SetIgnoreFrameDestruction(PRBool aIgnore) = 0;

   * Notification sent by a frame informing the pres shell that it is about to
   * be destroyed.
   * This allows any outstanding references to the frame to be cleaned up
  NS_IMETHOD NotifyDestroyingFrame(nsIFrame* aFrame) = 0;

   * Notify the Clipboard that we have something to copy.
  NS_IMETHOD DoCopy() = 0;

   * Get the selection of the focussed element (either the page selection,
   * or the selection for a text field).
  NS_IMETHOD GetSelectionForCopy(nsISelection** outSelection) = 0;

   * Get link location.
  NS_IMETHOD GetLinkLocation(nsIDOMNode* aNode, nsAString& aLocation) = 0;

   * Get the doc or the selection as text or html.
  NS_IMETHOD DoGetContents(const nsACString& aMimeType, PRUint32 aFlags, PRBool aSelectionOnly, nsAString& outValue) = 0;

   * Get the caret, if it exists. AddRefs it.
  NS_IMETHOD GetCaret(nsCaret **aOutCaret) = 0;

   * Invalidate the caret's current position if it's outside of its frame's
   * boundaries. This function is useful if you're batching selection
   * notifications and might remove the caret's frame out from under it.
  NS_IMETHOD_(void) MaybeInvalidateCaretPosition() = 0;

   * Set the current caret to a new caret. To undo this, call RestoreCaret.
  virtual void SetCaret(nsCaret *aNewCaret) = 0;

   * Restore the caret to the original caret that this pres shell was created
   * with.
  virtual void RestoreCaret() = 0;

   * Should the images have borders etc.  Actual visual effects are determined
   * by the frames.  Visual effects may not effect layout, only display.
   * Takes effect on next repaint, does not force a repaint itself.
   * @param aEnabled  if PR_TRUE, visual selection effects are enabled
   *                  if PR_FALSE visual selection effects are disabled
   * @return  always NS_OK
  NS_IMETHOD SetSelectionFlags(PRInt16 aInEnable) = 0;

    * Gets the current state of non text selection effects
    * @param aEnabled  [OUT] set to the current state of non text selection,
    *                  as set by SetDisplayNonTextSelection
    * @return   if aOutEnabled==null, returns NS_ERROR_INVALID_ARG
    *           else NS_OK
  NS_IMETHOD GetSelectionFlags(PRInt16 *aOutEnabled) = 0;
  virtual nsISelection* GetCurrentSelection(SelectionType aType) = 0;

    * Interface to dispatch events via the presshell
    * @note The caller must have a strong reference to the PresShell.
  NS_IMETHOD HandleEventWithTarget(nsEvent* aEvent,
                                   nsIFrame* aFrame,
                                   nsIContent* aContent,
                                   nsEventStatus* aStatus) = 0;

   * Dispatch event to content only (NOT full processing)
   * @note The caller must have a strong reference to the PresShell.
  NS_IMETHOD HandleDOMEventWithTarget(nsIContent* aTargetContent,
                                      nsEvent* aEvent,
                                      nsEventStatus* aStatus) = 0;

    * Gets the current target event frame from the PresShell
  NS_IMETHOD GetEventTargetFrame(nsIFrame** aFrame) = 0;

    * Gets the current target event frame from the PresShell
  NS_IMETHOD GetEventTargetContent(nsEvent* aEvent, nsIContent** aContent) = 0;

   * Get and set the history state for the current document 

  NS_IMETHOD CaptureHistoryState(nsILayoutHistoryState** aLayoutHistoryState, PRBool aLeavingPage = PR_FALSE) = 0;

   * Determine if reflow is currently locked
   * @param aIsReflowLocked returns PR_TRUE if reflow is locked, PR_FALSE otherwise
  NS_IMETHOD IsReflowLocked(PRBool* aIsLocked) = 0;  

   * Called to find out if painting is suppressed for this presshell.  If it is suppressd,
   * we don't allow the painting of any layer but the background, and we don't
   * recur into our children.
  NS_IMETHOD IsPaintingSuppressed(PRBool* aResult)=0;

   * Unsuppress painting.
  NS_IMETHOD UnsuppressPainting() = 0;

   * Called to disable nsITheme support in a specific presshell.
  NS_IMETHOD DisableThemeSupport() = 0;

   * Indicates whether theme support is enabled.
  virtual PRBool IsThemeSupportEnabled() = 0;

   * Get the set of agent style sheets for this presentation
  virtual nsresult GetAgentStyleSheets(nsCOMArray<nsIStyleSheet>& aSheets) = 0;

   * Replace the set of agent style sheets
  virtual nsresult SetAgentStyleSheets(const nsCOMArray<nsIStyleSheet>& aSheets) = 0;

   * Add an override style sheet for this presentation
  virtual nsresult AddOverrideStyleSheet(nsIStyleSheet *aSheet) = 0;

   * Remove an override style sheet
  virtual nsresult RemoveOverrideStyleSheet(nsIStyleSheet *aSheet) = 0;

   * Reconstruct frames for all elements in the document
  virtual nsresult ReconstructFrames() = 0;

   * Given aFrame, the root frame of a stacking context, find its descendant
   * frame under the point aPt that receives a mouse event at that location,
   * or nsnull if there is no such frame.
   * @param aPt the point, relative to the frame origin
  virtual nsIFrame* GetFrameForPoint(nsIFrame* aFrame, nsPoint aPt) = 0;

   * See if reflow verification is enabled. To enable reflow verification add
   * "verifyreflow:1" to your NSPR_LOG_MODULES environment variable
   * (any non-zero debug level will work). Or, call SetVerifyReflowEnable
   * with PR_TRUE.
  static PRBool GetVerifyReflowEnable();

   * Set the verify-reflow enable flag.
  static void SetVerifyReflowEnable(PRBool aEnabled);

   * Get the flags associated with the VerifyReflow debug tool
  static PRInt32 GetVerifyReflowFlags();

  virtual nsIFrame* GetAbsoluteContainingBlock(nsIFrame* aFrame);

  NS_IMETHOD DumpReflows() = 0;
  NS_IMETHOD CountReflows(const char * aName, nsIFrame * aFrame) = 0;
  NS_IMETHOD PaintCount(const char * aName, 
                        nsIRenderingContext* aRenderingContext, 
                        nsPresContext * aPresContext, 
                        nsIFrame * aFrame,
                        PRUint32 aColor) = 0;
  NS_IMETHOD SetPaintFrameCount(PRBool aOn) = 0;

#ifdef DEBUG
  // Debugging hooks
  virtual void ListStyleContexts(nsIFrame *aRootFrame, FILE *out,
                                 PRInt32 aIndent = 0) = 0;

  virtual void ListStyleSheets(FILE *out, PRInt32 aIndent = 0) = 0;
  virtual void VerifyStyleTree() = 0;

  static PRBool gIsAccessibilityActive;
  static PRBool IsAccessibilityActive() { return gIsAccessibilityActive; }

   * Stop all active elements (plugins and the caret) in this presentation and
   * in the presentations of subdocuments.  Resets painting to a suppressed state.
   * XXX this should include image animations
  virtual void Freeze() = 0;

   * Restarts active elements (plugins) in this presentation and in the
   * presentations of subdocuments, then do a full invalidate of the content area.
  virtual void Thaw() = 0;

   * When this shell is disconnected from its containing docshell, we
   * lose our container pointer.  However, we'd still like to be able to target
   * user events at the docshell's parent.  This pointer allows us to do that.
   * It should not be used for any other purpose.
  void SetForwardingContainer(nsWeakPtr aContainer)
    mForwardingContainer = aContainer;
   * Render the document into an arbitrary gfxContext
   * Designed for getting a picture of a document or a piece of a document
   * Note that callers will generally want to call FlushPendingNotifications
   * to get an up-to-date view of the document
   * @param aRect is the region to capture into the offscreen buffer, in the
   * root frame's coordinate system (if aIgnoreViewportScrolling is false)
   * or in the root scrolled frame's coordinate system
   * (if aIgnoreViewportScrolling is true). The coordinates are in appunits.
   * @param aUntrusted set to PR_TRUE if the contents may be passed to malicious
   * agents. E.g. we might choose not to paint the contents of sensitive widgets
   * such as the file name in a file upload widget, and we might choose not
   * to paint themes.
   * @param aIgnoreViewportScrolling ignore clipping/scrolling/scrollbar painting
   * due to scrolling in the viewport
   * @param aBackgroundColor a background color to render onto
   * @param aRenderedContext the gfxContext to render to. We render so that
   * one CSS pixel in the source document is rendered to one unit in the current
   * transform.
  NS_IMETHOD RenderDocument(const nsRect& aRect, PRBool aUntrusted,
                            PRBool aIgnoreViewportScrolling,
                            nscolor aBackgroundColor,
                            gfxContext* aRenderedContext) = 0;

   * Renders a node aNode to a surface and returns it. The aRegion may be used
   * to clip the rendering. This region is measured in device pixels from the
   * edge of the presshell area. The aPoint, aScreenRect and aSurface
   * arguments function in a similar manner as RenderSelection.
  virtual already_AddRefed<gfxASurface> RenderNode(nsIDOMNode* aNode,
                                                   nsIRegion* aRegion,
                                                   nsPoint& aPoint,
                                                   nsRect* aScreenRect) = 0;

   * Renders a selection to a surface and returns it. This method is primarily
   * intended to create the drag feedback when dragging a selection.
   * aScreenRect will be filled in with the bounding rectangle of the
   * selection area on screen.
   * If the area of the selection is large, the image will be scaled down.
   * The argument aPoint is used in this case as a reference point when
   * determining the new screen rectangle after scaling. Typically, this
   * will be the mouse position, so that the screen rectangle is positioned
   * such that the mouse is over the same point in the scaled image as in
   * the original. When scaling does not occur, the mouse point isn't used
   * as the position can be determined from the displayed frames.
  virtual already_AddRefed<gfxASurface> RenderSelection(nsISelection* aSelection,
                                                        nsPoint& aPoint,
                                                        nsRect* aScreenRect) = 0;

  void AddWeakFrame(nsWeakFrame* aWeakFrame);
  void RemoveWeakFrame(nsWeakFrame* aWeakFrame);

#ifdef NS_DEBUG
  nsIFrame* GetDrawEventTargetFrame() { return mDrawEventTargetFrame; }

  // IMPORTANT: The ownership implicit in the following member variables
  // has been explicitly checked.  If you add any members to this class,
  // please make the ownership explicit (pinkerton, scc).

  // these are the same Document and PresContext owned by the DocViewer.
  // we must share ownership.
  nsIDocument*              mDocument;      // [STRONG]
  nsPresContext*            mPresContext;   // [STRONG]
  nsStyleSet*               mStyleSet;      // [OWNS]
  nsCSSFrameConstructor*    mFrameConstructor; // [OWNS]
  nsIViewManager*           mViewManager;   // [WEAK] docViewer owns it so I don't have to
  nsFrameSelection*         mSelection;
  nsFrameManagerBase        mFrameManager;  // [OWNS]
  nsWeakPtr                 mForwardingContainer;

#ifdef NS_DEBUG
  nsIFrame*                 mDrawEventTargetFrame;

  PRPackedBool              mStylesHaveChanged;
  PRPackedBool              mDidInitialReflow;
  PRPackedBool              mIsDestroying;

   * Call this when there have been significant changes in the rendering for
   * a content subtree, so the matching accessibility subtree can be invalidated
  void InvalidateAccessibleSubtree(nsIContent *aContent);

  // Set to true when the accessibility service is being used to mirror
  // the dom/layout trees
  PRPackedBool              mIsAccessibilityActive;

  // A list of weak frames. This is a pointer to the last item in the list.
  nsWeakFrame*              mWeakFrames;

 * Create a new empty presentation shell. Upon success, call Init
 * before attempting to use the shell.
NS_NewPresShell(nsIPresShell** aInstancePtrResult);

#endif /* nsIPresShell_h___ */