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<?xml version="1.0"?>
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 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
-->

<node name="/" xmlns:doc="http://www.freedesktop.org/dbus/1.0/doc.dtd">
  <!--
       org.freedesktop.portal.OpenURI:
       @short_description: Portal for opening URIs

       The OpenURI portal allows sandboxed applications to open
       URIs (e.g. a http: link to the applications homepage)
       under the control of the user.
  -->
  <interface name="org.freedesktop.portal.OpenURI">
    <!--
        OpenURI:
        @parent_window: Identifier for the application window
        @uri: The uri to open
        @options: Vardict with optional further onformation
        @handle: Object path for the #org.freedesktop.portal.Request object representing this call

        Asks to open a uri.

        The @parent_window identifier must be of the form "x11:$XID" for an X11
        window. Support for other window systems may be added in the future.

        Note that file:// uris are explicitly not supported by this method.
        To request opening local files, use org.freedesktop.portal.OpenFile().

        Supported keys in the @options vardict include:
        <variablelist>
          <varlistentry>
            <term>writable b</term>
            <listitem><para>
              Whether to allow the chosen application to write to the file.
            </para><para>
              This key only takes effect the uri points to a local file that
              is exported in the document portal, and the chosen application
              is sandboxed itself.
            </para></listitem>
          </varlistentry>
        </variablelist>

    -->
    <method name="OpenURI">
      <arg type="s" name="parent_window" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="s" name="uri" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="a{sv}" name="options" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="o" name="handle" direction="out"/>
    </method>

    <!--
        OpenFile:
        @parent_window: Identifier for the application window
        @fd: File descriptor for the file to open
        @options: Vardict with optional further onformation
        @handle: Object path for the #org.freedesktop.portal.Request object representing this call

        Asks to open a local file.

        The @parent_window identifier must be of the form "x11:$XID" for an X11
        window. Support for other window systems may be added in the future.

        Supported keys in the @options vardict include:
        <variablelist>
          <varlistentry>
            <term>writable b</term>
            <listitem><para>
              Whether to allow the chosen application to write to the file.
            </para><para>
              This key only takes effect the uri points to a local file that
              is exported in the document portal, and the chosen application
              is sandboxed itself.
            </para></listitem>
          </varlistentry>
        </variablelist>

        The OpenFile method was introduced in version 2 of the OpenURI portal API.
    -->
    <method name="OpenFile">
      <arg type="s" name="parent_window" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="h" name="fd" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="a{sv}" name="options" direction="in"/>
      <arg type="o" name="handle" direction="out"/>
    </method>

    <property name="version" type="u" access="read"/>
  </interface>
</node>