dom/fm/nsIDOMFMRadio.idl
author Gregory Szorc <gps@mozilla.com>
Wed, 05 Dec 2012 22:46:01 -0800
changeset 115100 051613fd8775ca08852db74e244aff2324ae2146
parent 107524 75923725b2fc72927458f6281a78ebaab8f6bc71
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 803400 - Add clobber mach command; r=glandium DONTBUILD (NPOTB)

/* 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/. */

#include "nsISupports.idl"
#include "nsIDOMDOMRequest.idl"

[scriptable, uuid(1d0443f3-ac30-4f9e-a070-002bb20ce1e6)]
interface nsIDOMFMRadio : nsISupports {
    /* Indicates if the FM radio is enabled. */
    readonly attribute boolean enabled;

    /* Indicates if the antenna is plugged and available. */
    readonly attribute boolean antennaAvailable;

    /**
     * Current frequency in MHz.
     * The value will be null if the FM radio is disabled.
     */
    readonly attribute jsval frequency;

    /* The upper bound of frequency in MHz. */
    readonly attribute double frequencyUpperBound;

    /* The lower bound of frequency in MHz. */
    readonly attribute double frequencyLowerBound;

    /**
     * The channel width of the ranges of frequency, in MHz.
     * Usually, the value is one of:
     *  - 0.05 MHz
     *  - 0.1  MHz
     *  - 0.2  MHz
     */
    readonly attribute double channelWidth;

    /* Fired when the FM radio is enabled. */
    attribute nsIDOMEventListener onenabled;

    /* Fired when the FM radio is disabled. */
    attribute nsIDOMEventListener ondisabled;

    /**
     * Fired when the antenna becomes available or unavailable, i.e., fired when
     * the antennaAvailable attribute changes.
     */
    attribute nsIDOMEventListener onantennaavailablechange;

    /* Fired when the FM radio's frequency is changed. */
    attribute nsIDOMEventListener onfrequencychange;

    /**
     * Power the FM radio off.
     * The disabled event will be fired if this request completes successfully.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest disable();

    /**
     * Power the FM radio on, and tune the radio to the given frequency in MHz.
     * This will fail if the given frequency is out of range.
     * The enabled event and frequencychange event will be fired if this request
     * completes successfully.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest enable(in double frequency);

    /**
     * Tune the FM radio to the given frequency.
     * This will fail if the given frequency is out of range.
     *
     * Note that the FM radio may not tuned to the exact frequency given. To get
     * the frequency the radio is actually tuned to, wait for the request to fire
     * onsucess (or wait for the frequencychange event to fire), and then read the
     * frequency attribute.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest setFrequency(in double frequency);

    /**
     * Tell the FM radio to seek up to the next channel. If the frequency is
     * successfully changed, the frequencychange event will be triggered.
     *
     * Only one seek is allowed at once:
     * If the radio is seeking when the seekUp is called, onerror will be fired.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest seekUp();

    /**
     * Tell the FM radio to seek down to the next channel. If the frequency is
     * successfully changed, the frequencychange event will be triggered.
     *
     * Only one seek is allowed at once:
     * If the radio is seeking when the seekDown is called, onerror will be fired.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest seekDown();

    /**
     * Cancel the seek action.
     * If the radio is not currently seeking up or down, onerror will be fired.
     */
    nsIDOMDOMRequest cancelSeek();


    /**
     * These functions related to EventTarget are temporary hacks:
     *   - addEventListener
     *   - removeEventListener
     *   - handleEvent
     *
     * These will be removed by inheriting from nsIJSDOMEventTarget,
     * see bug 731746.
     */
    [optional_argc] void addEventListener(in DOMString type,
                                          in nsIDOMEventListener listener,
                                          [optional] in boolean useCapture,
                                          [optional] in boolean wantsUntrusted);

    void  removeEventListener(in DOMString type,
                              in nsIDOMEventListener listener,
                              [optional] in boolean useCapture);

    boolean dispatchEvent(in nsIDOMEvent evt) raises(DOMException);
};