[scriptable, uuid(14efb76c-5bd6-449e-b36f-0cbd22981f20)]
interface nsIDOMJSWindow : nsISupports

Attributes

 window.frames in Netscape 4.x and IE is just a reference to the
 window itself (i.e. window.frames === window), but this doesn't
 make sense from a generic API point of view so that's why this is
 JS specific.

 This property is "replaceable" in JavaScript.
readonly attribute nsIDOMWindow frames

Methods

 @deprecated These are old Netscape 4 methods. Do not use,
             the implementation is no-op.
void captureEvents(in long eventFlags)

          
void clearInterval()
 These methods take one optional argument that's the timer ID to
 clear. Often in existing code these methods are passed undefined,
 which is a nop so we need to support that as well.
void clearTimeout()

          
void disableExternalCapture()

          
void dump(in DOMString str)

          
void enableExternalCapture()
 This is the scriptable version of nsIDOMWindowInternal::open()
 that takes 3 optional arguments. Its binary name is OpenJS to
 avoid colliding with nsIDOMWindowInternal::open(), which has the
 same signature. The reason we can't have that collision is that
 the implementation needs to know whether it was called from JS or
 not.

 IOW, DO NOT CALL THIS FROM C++
[binaryname(OpenJS)] nsIDOMWindow open([optional] in DOMString url, [optional] in DOMString name, [optional] in DOMString options)
 This is the scriptable version of
 nsIDOMWindowInternal::openDialog() that takes 3 optional
 arguments, plus any additional arguments are passed on as
 arguments on the dialog's window object (window.arguments).
nsIDOMWindow openDialog([optional] in DOMString url, [optional] in DOMString name, [optional] in DOMString options)

          
void releaseEvents(in long eventFlags)

          
void routeEvent(in nsIDOMEvent evt)

          
long setInterval()
 This method is here for backwards compatibility with 4.x only,
 its implementation is a no-op
void setResizable(in boolean resizable)
 These methods take typeless arguments and optional arguments, the
 first argument is either a function or a string, the second
 argument must be a number (ms) and the rest of the arguments (2
 ... n) are passed to the callback function
long setTimeout()