|virtual bool||handleClick (MessageViewer::Viewer *viewerInstance, MimeTreeParser::Interface::BodyPart *part, const QString &path) const =0|
|virtual bool||handleContextMenuRequest (MimeTreeParser::Interface::BodyPart *part, const QString &path, const QPoint &p) const =0|
|virtual QString||name () const =0|
|virtual QString||statusBarMessage (MimeTreeParser::Interface::BodyPart *part, const QString &path) const =0|
An interface to body part reader link handlers.
This interface is a condensed of variant of the more general
- See also
- URLHandler interface, designed to make bodypart-dependent link operations possible without exposing KMail-internal classes.
Implementation-wise, these handlers are called as a nested Chain Of Responsibilty by an internal implementation of URLHandler.
You can create a link whose handling is passed to this handler by using BodyPart::makeLink( const QString & path ). path is what * is passed back to the methods of this interface.
Note that the BodyPart interface does not provide a means of learning the content type of the body part passed. This is intentional. It is expected that either separate BodyPartURLHandlers are created for these purposes or else the information encoded into the path parameter by the BodyPartFormatter.
Member Function Documentation
Called when LMB-clicking on a link in the reader.
Should start processing equivalent to "opening" the link.
- true if the click was handled by this handler, false otherwise.
Called when RMB-clicking on a link in the reader.
Should show a context menu at the specified point with the specified widget as parent.
- true if the right-click was handled by this handler, false otherwise.
Called when hovering over a link.
- a string to be shown in the status bar while hovering over this link or QString() if the link was not handled by this handler.
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