dom/audiochannel/nsIAudioChannelAgent.idl
author Andreas Pehrson <pehrsons@mozilla.com>
Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:55:42 +0100
changeset 454191 87a5b07fa4c9c258e11b1c77058afe135b9a6533
parent 423402 bbedde5d27b4a025e0fd01eeced352511d99367c
child 555974 8b9f61694270c5fc70bae591c5e8040c5e43474b
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Bug 1299515 - Plumb MediaStreamTrack enabled state to sources. r=jib MozReview-Commit-ID: Eg1g9JtLmOz

/* 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"

interface mozIDOMWindow;

typedef uint32_t nsSuspendedTypes;

[scriptable, builtinclass, uuid(2822a840-f009-11e5-a837-0800200c9a66)]
interface nsISuspendedTypes : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * The suspended enum is used in three different situations,
   * - platform audio focus (Fennec/B2G)
   * - remote media control (Fennec)
   * - block auto-play video in non-active page
   *
   * Note: the "remote side" must control the AudioChannelAgent using
   * nsIAudioChannelAgentCallback.windowSuspendChanged() callback instead using
   * play/pause methods or any button in the webpage.
   *
   * - SUSPENDED_PAUSE :
   * It's used when transiently losing audio focus, the media can't be resumed
   * until we gain the audio focus again. It would change the internal state of
   * MediaElement when it's being suspended/resumed, and it would trigger the
   * related JS event. eg. "play" and "pause" event.
   *
   * - SUSPENDED_BLOCK
   * It's used to prevent auto-playing media in inactive page in order to
   * reduce the power consumption, and the media can't be resumed until the
   * page becomes active again. It would change the internal state of
   * MediaElement when it's being blocked/resumed, so it won't trigger the
   * related JS event. eg. "play" and "pause" event.
   *
   * - SUSPENDED_PAUSE_DISPOSABLE
   * It's used for remote media-control to pause the playing media and when we
   * lose audio focus permanently. It's disposable suspended, so the media can
   * be resumed arbitrary after that. Same as SUSPENDED_PAUSE, it would change
   * the internal state of MediaElement when it's being suspended.
   *
   * - SUSPENDED_STOP_DISPOSABLE
   * It's used for remote media-control to stop the playing media. The remote
   * control would disappear after stopping the media, so we would disconnect
   * the audio channel agent. It's disposable suspended, so the media can be
   * resumed arbitrary after that. Same as SUSPENDED_PAUSE, it would change
   * the internal state of MediaElement when it's being suspended.
   */

  const uint32_t NONE_SUSPENDED             = 0;
  const uint32_t SUSPENDED_PAUSE            = 1;
  const uint32_t SUSPENDED_BLOCK            = 2;
  const uint32_t SUSPENDED_PAUSE_DISPOSABLE = 3;
  const uint32_t SUSPENDED_STOP_DISPOSABLE  = 4;
};

%{C++
namespace mozilla {
namespace dom {
// It's defined in dom/audiochannel/AudioChannelService.h.
class AudioPlaybackConfig;
}
}
%}
[ptr] native AudioPlaybackConfig(mozilla::dom::AudioPlaybackConfig);

[uuid(15c05894-408e-4798-b527-a8c32d9c5f8c)]
interface nsIAudioChannelAgentCallback : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Notified when the window volume/mute is changed
   */
  void windowVolumeChanged(in float aVolume, in bool aMuted);

   /**
   * Notified when the window needs to be suspended or resumed.
   */
  void windowSuspendChanged(in uint32_t aSuspend);

  /**
   * Notified when the capture state is changed.
   */
  void windowAudioCaptureChanged(in bool aCapture);
};

/**
 * This interface provides an agent for gecko components to participate
 * in the audio channel service. Gecko components are responsible for
 *   1. Notifying the agent when they start/stop using this channel.
 *   2. Notifying the agent when they are audible.
 *
 * The agent will invoke a callback to notify Gecko components of
 *   1. Changes to the playable status of this channel.
 */

[uuid(4d212770-5d7b-446f-9394-632e351d96ee)]
interface nsIAudioChannelAgent : nsISupports
{
  const long AUDIO_AGENT_STATE_NORMAL               = 0;
  const long AUDIO_AGENT_STATE_MUTED                = 1;
  const long AUDIO_AGENT_STATE_FADED                = 2;

  /**
   * Initialize the agent with a channel type.
   * Note: This function should only be called once.
   *
   * @param window
   *    The window
   * @param callback
   *    1. Once the playable status changes, agent uses this callback function
   *       to notify Gecko component.
   *    2. The callback is allowed to be null. Ex: telephony doesn't need to
   *       listen change of the playable status.
   *    3. The AudioChannelAgent keeps a strong reference to the callback
   *       object.
   */
  void init(in mozIDOMWindow window, in nsIAudioChannelAgentCallback callback);

  /**
   * This method is just like init(), except the audio channel agent keeps a
   * weak reference to the callback object.
   *
   * In order for this to work, |callback| must implement
   * nsISupportsWeakReference.
   */
  void initWithWeakCallback(in mozIDOMWindow window,
                            in nsIAudioChannelAgentCallback callback);

  /**
   * Notify the agent that we want to start playing.
   * Note: Gecko component SHOULD call this function first then start to
   *          play audio stream only when return value is true.
   *
   * @param config
   *    It contains the playback related states (volume/mute/suspend)
   */
  void notifyStartedPlaying(in AudioPlaybackConfig config, in uint8_t audible);

  /**
   * Notify the agent we no longer want to play.
   *
   * Note : even if notifyStartedPlaying() returned false, the agent would
   * still be registered with the audio channel service and receive callbacks
   * for status changes. So notifyStoppedPlaying must still eventually be
   * called to unregister the agent with the channel service.
   */
  void notifyStoppedPlaying();


  /**
   * Notify agent that we already start producing audible data.
   *
   * Note : sometime audio might become silent during playing, this method is used to
   * notify the actually audible state to other services which want to know
   * about that, ex. tab sound indicator.
   */
  void notifyStartedAudible(in uint8_t audible, in uint32_t reason);
};