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* This is an internal helper for mozIMozIntl API. There should be virtually
* no reason for you to call this API except from mozIMozIntl implementation.
* This API helps accessing the SpiderMonkey Intl APIs, but it is mozIMozIntl
* that exposes the thin wrapper around them that binds the functionality
* to Gecko.
interface mozIMozIntlHelper : nsISupports
[implicit_jscontext] void addGetCalendarInfo(in jsval intlObject);
[implicit_jscontext] void addGetDisplayNames(in jsval intlObject);
[implicit_jscontext] void addGetLocaleInfo(in jsval intlObject);
* Adds a MozDateTimeFormat contructor to the given object. This function may only
* be called once within a realm/global object: calling it multiple times will
* The difference between regular Intl.DateTimeFormat and the method created here
* is that we support two more options:
* timeStyle: full | long | medium | short
* dateStyle: full | long | medium | short
* which allow user to create normalized date/time style formats.
* Additionally, when those options are used instead of the regular atomic
* options (hour, minute, month, etc.) this code will look into host
* Operating System regional preferences and adjust for that.
* That means that if user will manually select time format (hour12/24) or
* adjust how the date should be displayed, MozDateTimeFormat will use that.
* This API should be used everywhere in the UI instead of regular Intl API.
[implicit_jscontext] void addDateTimeFormatConstructor(in jsval intlObject);