[This is preliminary documentation and is subject to change.]
Thetype exposes the following members.
When true, all CEF callback events are disabled for this handler. Incoming callbacks will return default values to CEF.(Inherited from CfxClientBase.)
Provides access to the underlying native cef struct. This is a refcounted client struct derived from cef_base_t. Add a ref in order to keep it alive when this managed object go out of scope.(Inherited from CfxClientBase.)
Retrieves the CfxBrowserProcessHandler provided by the event handler attached to the GetBrowserProcessHandler event, if any. Returns null if no event handler is attached.
Retrieves the CfxRenderProcessHandler provided by the event handler attached to the GetRenderProcessHandler event, if any. Returns null if no event handler is attached.
Retrieves the CfxResourceBundleHandler provided by the event handler attached to the GetResourceBundleHandler event, if any. Returns null if no event handler is attached.
Return the handler for functionality specific to the browser process. This function is called on multiple threads in the browser process.
Return the handler for functionality specific to the render process. This function is called on the render process main thread.
Return the handler for resource bundle events. If CfxSettings.PackLoadingDisabled is true (1) a handler must be returned. If no handler is returned resources will be loaded from pack files. This function is called by the browser and render processes on multiple threads.
Provides an opportunity to view and/or modify command-line arguments before processing by CEF and Chromium. The |ProcessType| value will be NULL for the browser process. Do not keep a reference to the CfxCommandLine object passed to this function. The CfxSettings.CommandLineArgsDisabled value can be used to start with an NULL command-line object. Any values specified in CfxSettings that equate to command-line arguments will be set before this function is called. Be cautious when using this function to modify command-line arguments for non-browser processes as this may result in undefined behavior including crashes.
Provides an opportunity to register custom schemes. Do not keep a reference to the |Registrar| object. This function is called on the main thread for each process and the registered schemes should be the same across all processes.