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/* -*- Mode: IDL; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */
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 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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#include "nsISupports.idl"

 * This interface allows the proxy code to use platform-specific proxy
 * settings when the proxy preference is set to "automatic discovery". This service
 * acts like a PAC parser to netwerk, but it will actually read the system settings and
 * either return the proper proxy data from the autoconfig URL specified in the system proxy,
 * or generate proxy data based on the system's manual proxy settings.
[scriptable, uuid(971591cd-277e-409a-bbf6-0a79879cd307)]
interface nsISystemProxySettings : nsISupports
     * Whether or not it is appropriate to execute getProxyForURI off the main thread.
     * If that method can block (e.g. for WPAD as windows does) then it must be
     * not mainThreadOnly to avoid creating main thread jank. The main thread only option is
     * provided for implementations that do not block but use other main thread only
     * functions such as dbus.
    readonly attribute bool mainThreadOnly;

     * If non-empty, use this PAC file. If empty, call getProxyForURI instead.
    readonly attribute AUTF8String PACURI;
     * See ProxyAutoConfig::getProxyForURI; this function behaves similarly except
     * a more relaxed return string is allowed that includes full urls instead of just
     * host:port syntax. e.g. "PROXY" instead of
     * "PROXY"
    AUTF8String getProxyForURI(in AUTF8String testSpec,
                               in AUTF8String testScheme,
                               in AUTF8String testHost,
                               in int32_t     testPort);