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- Basic UNO interfaces.
||This is the server-side interface to a weak adapter.
||[ DEPRECATED ]
Objects which implement this interface can become aggregates of
||Component context to be passed to a component via
Arbitrary values (e.g. deployment values) can be retrieved from the context.
||Task (e.g. thread) local execution context for UNO.
Arbitrary values can be retrieved from the context.
||base interface of all UNO interfaces
||allows to insert, remove and access named objects.
||must be implemented by anyone who holds the adapter on the client side.
||Components can implement
XUnloadingPreference in order to indicate
how they should be treated when their hosting library is to be unloaded.
When someone calls
rtl_unloadUnusedModules then the unloading
listeners are notified by calling previously registered callback
functions. A listener is an entity that employs, registers, and
unregisters the callback functions on its behalf. Upon notification
(the callback function is being called)
a listener may release references to UNO components. Thus, the
loaded libraries can be unloaded, if no one else keeps any
objects from the library alive.
Before a listener releases references, it should ask for this interface.
If the interface is not implemented, then the listener may release the
object; otherwise, it calls
releaseOnNotification. If the function
returns false then the listener should keep the reference, otherwise
it may release it.
||the server-side interface to a weak object.
||[ DEPRECATED ]
Specifies an universal interface key (globally unique).
This struct is deprecated. Uiks are not used anymore.
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||This enum describes all type classes of UNO. Every specific type has a type
class specifying the general context of the reflected type.
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