Struct script::dom::headers::Headers

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#[repr(C)]
pub struct Headers { reflector_: Reflector, guard: Cell<Guard>, header_list: DomRefCell<HeaderMap>, }

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§reflector_: Reflector§guard: Cell<Guard>§header_list: DomRefCell<HeaderMap>

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impl DomObject for Headers

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fn reflector(&self) -> &Reflector

Returns the receiver’s reflector.
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fn global(&self) -> Root<Dom<GlobalScope>>where Self: Sized,

Returns the global scope of the realm that the DomObject was created in.
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impl DomObjectIteratorWrap for Headers

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const ITER_WRAP: unsafe fn(_: SafeJSContext, _: &GlobalScope, _: Option<HandleObject<'_>>, _: Box<IterableIterator<Self>>) -> Root<Dom<IterableIterator<Self>>> = {dom::bindings::codegen::Bindings::HeadersBinding::HeadersIterator_Binding::Wrap as for<'a, 'b> unsafe fn(script_runtime::JSContext, &'a dom::globalscope::GlobalScope, std::option::Option<js::rust::Handle<'b, *mut js::jsapi::JSObject>>, std::boxed::Box<dom::bindings::iterable::IterableIterator<dom::headers::Headers>>) -> dom::bindings::root::Root<dom::bindings::root::Dom<dom::bindings::iterable::IterableIterator<dom::headers::Headers>>>}

Function pointer to the wrap function for IterableIterator<T>
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impl DomObjectWrap for Headers

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const WRAP: unsafe fn(_: SafeJSContext, _: &GlobalScope, _: Option<HandleObject<'_>>, _: Box<Self>) -> Root<Dom<Self>> = {dom::bindings::codegen::Bindings::HeadersBinding::Headers_Binding::Wrap as for<'a, 'b> unsafe fn(script_runtime::JSContext, &'a dom::globalscope::GlobalScope, std::option::Option<js::rust::Handle<'b, *mut js::jsapi::JSObject>>, std::boxed::Box<dom::headers::Headers>) -> dom::bindings::root::Root<dom::bindings::root::Dom<dom::headers::Headers>>}

Function pointer to the general wrap function type
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impl HasParent for Headers

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fn as_parent(&self) -> &Reflector

This is used in a type assertion to ensure that the source and webidls agree as to what the parent type is

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type Parent = Reflector

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impl HeadersMethods for Headers

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fn Append(&self, name: ByteString, value: ByteString) -> Result<(), Error>

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fn Delete(&self, name: ByteString) -> Result<(), Error>

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fn Get(&self, name: ByteString) -> Result<Option<ByteString>, Error>

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fn GetSetCookie(&self) -> Vec<ByteString>

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fn Has(&self, name: ByteString) -> Result<bool, Error>

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fn Set(&self, name: ByteString, value: ByteString) -> Result<(), Error>

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impl IDLInterface for Headers

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fn derives(class: &'static DOMClass) -> bool

Returns whether the given DOM class derives that interface.
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impl Iterable for Headers

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type Key = ByteString

The type of the key of the iterator pair.
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type Value = ByteString

The type of the value of the iterator pair.
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fn get_iterable_length(&self) -> u32

Return the number of entries that can be iterated over.
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fn get_value_at_index(&self, n: u32) -> ByteString

Return the value at the provided index.
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fn get_key_at_index(&self, n: u32) -> ByteString

Return the key at the provided index.
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impl MallocSizeOf for Headers

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fn size_of(&self, ops: &mut MallocSizeOfOps) -> usize

Measure the heap usage of all descendant heap-allocated structures, but not the space taken up by the value itself.
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impl MutDomObject for Headers

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unsafe fn init_reflector(&self, obj: *mut JSObject)

Initializes the Reflector
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impl PartialEq<Headers> for Headers

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fn eq(&self, other: &Headers) -> bool

This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==.
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fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool

This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason.
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impl ToJSValConvertible for Headers

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unsafe fn to_jsval(&self, cx: *mut JSContext, rval: MutableHandleValue<'_>)

Convert self to a JSVal. JSAPI failure causes a panic.
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impl Traceable for Headers

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unsafe fn trace(&self, tracer: *mut JSTracer)

Trace self.

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