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Witold Filipczyk 1f57e72212 [mozjs24] Allow build elinks with g++
SpiderMonkey was updated to mozjs24. If you want to build elinks
with ecmascript support, you must compile using g++ with -fpermissive .
There is a lot of warnings.
There are some memleaks in ecmascript code, especially related to JSAutoCompartment.
I don't know yet, where and how to free it.

Debian does not support mozjs24, so I'm going to gradually update SpiderMonkey version.
2020-10-05 20:14:55 +02:00

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#include "util/lists.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
struct dialog_data;
struct term_event;
struct terminal;
struct window;
enum window_type {
/** Normal windows.
* Used for things like dialogs. The default type when adding windows
* with add_window(). */
/** Tab windows.
* Tabs are a separate session and has separate history, current
* document and action-in-progress .. basically a separate browsing
* state. */
typedef void (window_handler_T)(struct window *, struct term_event *);
/** A window in the terminal screen. This structure does not know the
* position and size of the window, and no functions are provided for
* drawing into a window. Instead, when window.handler draws the
* window, it should decide the position and size of the window, and
* then draw directly to the terminal, taking care not to draw outside
* the window. Windows generally do not have their own coordinate
* systems; they get mouse events in the coordinate system of the
* terminal. */
struct window {
LIST_HEAD(struct window); /*!< terminal.windows is the sentinel. */
/** Whether this is a normal window or a tab window. */
enum window_type type;
/** The window event handler */
window_handler_T *handler;
/** For tab windows the session is stored in @c data.
* For normal windows it can contain dialog data.
* It is free()'d by delete_window() */
void *data;
/** The terminal (and screen) that hosts the window */
struct terminal *term;
/** For ::WINDOW_TAB, the position and size in the tab bar.
* Updated while the tab bar is being drawn, and read if the
* user clicks there with the mouse. */
int xpos, width;
/** The position of something that has focus in the window.
* Any popup menus are drawn near this position.
* In tab windows, during ::NAVIGATE_CURSOR_ROUTING, this is
* also the position of the cursor that the user can move;
* there is no separate cursor position for each frame.
* In dialog boxes, this is typically the top left corner of
* the focused widget, while the cursor is somewhere within
* the widget.
* @see set_window_ptr, get_parent_ptr, set_cursor */
int x, y;
/** For delayed tab resizing */
unsigned int resize:1;
/** Which windows redraw_windows() should redraw. */
enum windows_to_redraw {
/** Redraw the windows in front of the specified window,
* but not the specified window itself. */
/** Redraw the specified window, and the windows in front of
* it. */
/** Redraw the windows behind the specified window,
* but not the specified window itself.
* Do that even if terminal.redrawing is TREDRAW_BUSY. */
void redraw_windows(enum windows_to_redraw, struct window *);
void add_window(struct terminal *, window_handler_T, void *);
void delete_window(struct window *);
void delete_window_ev(struct window *, struct term_event *ev);
#define set_window_ptr(window, x_, y_) do { (window)->x = (x_); (window)->y = (y_); } while (0)
void set_dlg_window_ptr(struct dialog_data *dlg_data, struct window *window, int x, int y);
void get_parent_ptr(struct window *, int *, int *);
void add_empty_window(struct terminal *, void (*)(void *), void *);
void assert_window_stacking(struct terminal *);
#define assert_window_stacking(t) ((void) (t))
int would_window_receive_keypresses(const struct window *);
#ifdef __cplusplus