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#include "nsIFile.idl"

#include "prio.h"
#include "prlink.h"
#include <stdio.h>

[ptr] native PRFileDescStar(PRFileDesc);
[ptr] native PRLibraryStar(PRLibrary);
[ptr] native FILE(FILE);

 * This interface adds methods to nsIFile that are particular to a file
 * that is accessible via the local file system.
 * It follows the same string conventions as nsIFile.
 * @status FROZEN
[scriptable, uuid(aa610f20-a889-11d3-8c81-000064657374)]
00062 interface nsILocalFile : nsIFile
     *  initWith[Native]Path
     *  This function will initialize the nsILocalFile object.  Any
     *  internal state information will be reset.  
     *  NOTE: This function has a known bug on the macintosh and
     *  other OSes which do not represent file locations as paths.
     *  If you do use this function, be very aware of this problem!
     *   @param filePath       
     *       A string which specifies a full file path to a 
     *       location.  Relative paths will be treated as an
     *       error (NS_ERROR_FILE_UNRECOGNIZED_PATH).  For 
     *       initWithNativePath, the filePath must be in the native
     *       filesystem charset.
    void initWithPath(in AString filePath);
    [noscript] void initWithNativePath(in ACString filePath);
     *  initWithFile
     *  Initialize this object with another file
     *   @param aFile
     *       the file this becomes equivalent to
    void initWithFile(in nsILocalFile aFile);
     *  followLinks
     *  This attribute will determine if the nsLocalFile will auto
     *  resolve symbolic links.  By default, this value will be false
     *  on all non unix systems.  On unix, this attribute is effectively
     *  a noop.  
00102     attribute PRBool followLinks;  

    [noscript] PRFileDescStar openNSPRFileDesc(in long flags, in long mode);
    [noscript] FILE           openANSIFileDesc(in string mode);

    [noscript] PRLibraryStar  load();
    readonly attribute PRInt64 diskSpaceAvailable;

     *  appendRelative[Native]Path
     *  Append a relative path to the current path of the nsILocalFile object.
     *   @param relativeFilePath
     *       relativeFilePath is a native relative path. For security reasons,
     *       this cannot contain .. or cannot start with a directory separator.
     *       For the |appendRelativeNativePath| method, the relativeFilePath 
     *       must be in the native filesystem charset.
    void appendRelativePath(in AString relativeFilePath);
    [noscript] void appendRelativeNativePath(in ACString relativeFilePath);
     *  Accessor to a null terminated string which will specify
     *  the file in a persistent manner for disk storage.
     *  The character set of this attribute is undefined.  DO NOT TRY TO
00132     attribute ACString persistentDescriptor;

     *  reveal
     *  Ask the operating system to open the folder which contains
     *  this file or folder. This routine only works on platforms which 
     *  support the ability to open a folder...
    void reveal();
     *  launch
     *  Ask the operating system to attempt to open the file. 
     *  this really just simulates "double clicking" the file on your platform.
     *  This routine only works on platforms which support this functionality.
    void launch();
     *  getRelativeDescriptor
     *  Returns a relative file path in an opaque, XP format. It is therefore
     *  not a native path.
     *  The character set of the string returned from this function is
     *   @param fromFile
     *       the file from which the descriptor is relative.
     *       There is no defined result if this param is null.
    ACString getRelativeDescriptor(in nsILocalFile fromFile);

     *  setRelativeDescriptor
     *  Initializes the file to the location relative to fromFile using
     *  a string returned by getRelativeDescriptor.
     *   @param fromFile
     *       the file to which the descriptor is relative
     *   @param relative
     *       the relative descriptor obtained from getRelativeDescriptor
    void setRelativeDescriptor(in nsILocalFile fromFile, in ACString relativeDesc);    

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