KParts::BrowserArguments Struct Reference

#include <KParts/BrowserArguments>

Public Member Functions

 BrowserArguments (const BrowserArguments &args)
QString contentType () const
bool doPost () const
bool forcesNewWindow () const
bool lockHistory () const
bool newTab () const
BrowserArgumentsoperator= (const BrowserArguments &args)
bool redirectedRequest () const
void setContentType (const QString &contentType)
void setDoPost (bool enable)
void setForcesNewWindow (bool forcesNewWindow)
void setLockHistory (bool lock)
void setNewTab (bool newTab)
void setRedirectedRequest (bool redirected)

Public Attributes

QStringList docState
QString frameName
QByteArray postData
bool softReload
bool trustedSource

Detailed Description

BrowserArguments is a set of web-browsing-specific arguments, which allow specifying how a URL should be opened by openUrl() (as a complement to KParts::OpenUrlArguments which are the non-web-specific arguments)

The arguments remain stored in the browser extension after that, and can be used for instance to jump to the xOffset/yOffset position once the url has finished loading.

The parts (with a browser extension) who care about urlargs will use those arguments, others will ignore them.

This can also be used the other way round, when a part asks for a URL to be opened (with openUrlRequest or createNewWindow).

Definition at line 41 of file browserarguments.h.

Member Function Documentation

◆ contentType()

QString BrowserArguments::contentType ( ) const

KHTML-specific field, header defining the type of the POST data.

Definition at line 88 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ doPost()

bool BrowserArguments::doPost ( ) const

KHTML-specific field, whether to do a POST instead of a GET, for the next openURL.

Definition at line 101 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ forcesNewWindow()

bool BrowserArguments::forcesNewWindow ( ) const

Whether the URL specifies to be opened in a new window.

Definition at line 140 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ redirectedRequest()

bool BrowserArguments::redirectedRequest ( ) const
true if the request was a result of a META refresh/redirect request or HTTP redirect.

Definition at line 83 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setContentType()

void BrowserArguments::setContentType ( const QString contentType)

KHTML-specific field, header defining the type of the POST data.

Definition at line 67 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setDoPost()

void BrowserArguments::setDoPost ( bool  enable)

KHTML-specific field, whether to do a POST instead of a GET, for the next openURL.

Definition at line 93 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setForcesNewWindow()

void BrowserArguments::setForcesNewWindow ( bool  forcesNewWindow)

Set whether the URL specifies to be opened in a new window.

When openUrlRequest is emitted:

  • normally the url would be opened in the current view.
  • setForcesNewWindow(true) specifies that a new window or tab should be used: setNewTab(true) requests a tab specifically, otherwise the user-preference is followed. This is typically used for target="_blank" in web browsers.

When createNewWindow is emitted:

  • if setNewTab(true) was called, a tab is created.
  • otherwise, if setForcesNewWindow(true) was called, a window is created.
  • otherwise the user preference is followed.

Definition at line 132 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setLockHistory()

void BrowserArguments::setLockHistory ( bool  lock)

Whether to lock the history when opening the next URL.

This is used during e.g. a redirection, to avoid a new entry in the history.

Definition at line 106 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setNewTab()

void BrowserArguments::setNewTab ( bool  newTab)

Whether the URL should be opened in a new tab instead in a new window.

Definition at line 119 of file browserarguments.cpp.

◆ setRedirectedRequest()

void BrowserArguments::setRedirectedRequest ( bool  redirected)

Set the redirect flag to indicate URL is a result of either a META redirect or HTTP redirect.


Definition at line 75 of file browserarguments.cpp.

Member Data Documentation

◆ docState

QStringList KParts::BrowserArguments::docState

This buffer can be used by the part to save and restore its contents.

See KHTMLPart for instance.

Definition at line 52 of file browserarguments.h.

◆ frameName

QString KParts::BrowserArguments::frameName

The frame in which to open the URL.


Definition at line 104 of file browserarguments.h.

◆ postData

QByteArray KParts::BrowserArguments::postData

KHTML-specific field, contents of the HTTP POST data.

Definition at line 65 of file browserarguments.h.

◆ softReload

bool KParts::BrowserArguments::softReload

softReload is set when user just hits reload button.

It's used currently for two different frameset reload strategies. In case of soft reload individual frames are reloaded instead of reloading whole frameset.

Definition at line 60 of file browserarguments.h.

◆ trustedSource

bool KParts::BrowserArguments::trustedSource

If true, the part who asks for a URL to be opened can be 'trusted' to execute applications.

For instance, the directory views can be 'trusted' whereas HTML pages are not trusted in that respect.

Definition at line 111 of file browserarguments.h.

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