[Mono-osx] [MonoMac] Adding WebKit DOM interfaces
alexander.shulgin at yessoftware.com
Thu Nov 18 12:34:25 EST 2010
On 16.11.2010 23:46, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> Yeah, because it'll be compiled into a class rather than an
> interface, so DomNode couldn't inherit from that. So after more
> thought, I've come up with this patch which adds IDomEventTarget
> What I did was to add the events directly to the DomNode, so it is
> possible to add the event listeners directly into the DomNode:
> myNode.AddEventListener (...)
> The problem with introducing C# interfaces into the mix is that it would
> be half a solution, they are not universally supported for
> incoming/outgoing arguments nor marshalling.
it's me again. :-)
I'd like to get some help about binding Private interfaces and protocols.
I need to get the current selection rectangle for a WebFrame. From what
I could gather in WebKit.framework/Headers and PrivateHeaders, I need to
access through WebDocumentSelection protocol (defined in
WebDocumentPrivate.h) the `selectionRect' method:
@protocol WebDocumentSelection <WebDocumentText>
Grepping further I've found that WebDocumentText is an optional protocol
for WebDocumentView objects (not sure here):
@protocol WebDocumentText <NSObject>
What missing here is `WebView.MainFrame.FrameView.DocumentView' which
should be of type `WebDocumentView'. Unfortunately, it throws an
InvalidCastException at me when I try to evaluate the last property
accessor: `FrameView.DocumentView'. So I'm puzzled.
`WebDocumentView' is declared [Model] and stuffed with [Abstract]
methods in webkit.cs
How should I go about debugging this?
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