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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "chrome/installer/util/util_constants.h"
namespace installer {
namespace switches {
// Whether to set Chrome to launch at computer startup.
const char kAutoLaunchChrome[] = "auto-launch-chrome";
// Install Chrome.
// Currently this is only required when used in combination with kMultiInstall.
const char kChrome[] = "chrome";
// Install Chrome App Host. This is now interpreted as kChromeAppLauncher.
// TODO(huangs): Remove by M27.
const char kChromeAppHostDeprecated[] = "app-host";
// Install Chrome App Launcher, which subsumes Chrome App Host, i.e.,
// App Launcher install converts App Host to App Launcher, and all subsequent
// App Host updates/uninstalls become App Launcher updates/uninstalls.
const char kChromeAppLauncher[] = "app-launcher";
// Install Chrome Frame.
const char kChromeFrame[] = "chrome-frame";
// Run the installer for Chrome SxS.
const char kChromeSxS[] = "chrome-sxs";
// Create shortcuts for this user to point to a system-level install (which
// must already be installed on the machine). The shortcuts created will
// match the preferences of the already present system-level install as such
// this option is not compatible with any other installer options.
const char kConfigureUserSettings[] = "configure-user-settings";
// The version number of an update containing critical fixes, for which an
// in-use Chrome should be restarted ASAP.
const char kCriticalUpdateVersion[] = "critical-update-version";
// Delete user profile data. This param is useful only when specified with
// kUninstall, otherwise it is silently ignored.
const char kDeleteProfile[] = "delete-profile";
// Disable logging
const char kDisableLogging[] = "disable-logging";
// Prevent installer from launching Chrome after a successful first install.
const char kDoNotLaunchChrome[] = "do-not-launch-chrome";
// Prevents installer from writing the Google Update key that causes Google
// Update to launch Chrome after a first install.
const char kDoNotRegisterForUpdateLaunch[] =
// By default we remove all shared (between users) files, registry entries etc
// during uninstall. If this option is specified together with kUninstall option
// we do not clean up shared entries otherwise this option is ignored.
const char kDoNotRemoveSharedItems[] = "do-not-remove-shared-items";
// Enable logging at the error level. This is the default behavior.
const char kEnableLogging[] = "enable-logging";
// Ensures that Google Update is present at the current level of installation.
const char kEnsureGoogleUpdatePresent[] = "ensure-google-update-present";
// Same as kConfigureUserSettings above; except the checks to know whether
// first run already occured are bypassed and shortcuts are created either way
// (kConfigureUserSettings also needs to be on the command-line for this to have
// any effect).
const char kForceConfigureUserSettings[] = "force-configure-user-settings";
// If present, setup will uninstall chrome without asking for any
// confirmation from user.
const char kForceUninstall[] = "force-uninstall";
// Specify the path to the compressed Chrome archive for install. If not
// specified, chrome.packed.7z or chrome.7z in the same directory as setup.exe
// is used (the packed file is preferred; see kUncompressedArchive to force use
// of an uncompressed archive).
const char kInstallArchive[] = "install-archive";
// Specify the file path of Chrome master preference file.
const char kInstallerData[] = "installerdata";
// If present, specify file path to write logging info.
const char kLogFile[] = "log-file";
// Register Chrome as default browser on the system. Usually this will require
// that setup is running as admin. If running as admin we try to register
// as default browser at system level, if running as non-admin we try to
// register as default browser only for the current user.
const char kMakeChromeDefault[] = "make-chrome-default";
// Tells installer to expect to be run as a subsidiary to an MSI.
const char kMsi[] = "msi";
// Tells installer to install multiple products specified on the command line.
// (e.g. Chrome Frame, Chrome)
const char kMultiInstall[] = "multi-install";
// Useful only when used with --update-setup-exe, otherwise ignored. It
// specifies the full path where updated setup.exe will be stored.
const char kNewSetupExe[] = "new-setup-exe";
// Notify the installer that the OS has been upgraded.
const char kOnOsUpgrade[] = "on-os-upgrade";
// Determines whether or not EULA has been accepted at some point. Returns via
// exit code: 0 if EULA not accepted, 1 if EULA accepted, and E_FAIL on error.
const char kQueryEULAAcceptance[] = "query-eula-acceptance";
// Requests that setup attempt to reenable autoupdates for Chrome.
const char kReenableAutoupdates[] = "reenable-autoupdates";
// Register Chrome as a valid browser on the current system. This option
// requires that setup.exe is running as admin. If this option is specified,
// options kInstallArchive and kUninstall are ignored.
const char kRegisterChromeBrowser[] = "register-chrome-browser";
// Used by the installer to forward the registration suffix of the
// (un)installation in progress when launching an elevated setup.exe to finish
// registration work.
const char kRegisterChromeBrowserSuffix[] = "register-chrome-browser-suffix";
// Specify the path to the dev build of chrome.exe the user wants to install
// (register and install Start menu shortcut for) on the system. This will
// always result in a user-level install and will make this install default
// browser.
const char kRegisterDevChrome[] = "register-dev-chrome";
// Switch to allow an extra URL protocol to be registered. This option is used
// in conjunction with kRegisterChromeBrowser to specify an extra protocol
// in addition to the standard set of protocols.
const char kRegisterURLProtocol[] = "register-url-protocol";
// Renames chrome.exe to old_chrome.exe and renames new_chrome.exe to chrome.exe
// to support in-use updates. Also deletes opv key.
const char kRenameChromeExe[] = "rename-chrome-exe";
// Removes Chrome registration from current machine. Requires admin rights.
const char kRemoveChromeRegistration[] = "remove-chrome-registration";
// When we try to relaunch setup.exe as admin on Vista, we append this command
// line flag so that we try the launch only once.
const char kRunAsAdmin[] = "run-as-admin";
// Combined with --uninstall, signals to setup.exe that this uninstall was
// triggered by a self-destructing Chrome.
const char kSelfDestruct[] = "self-destruct";
// Install Chrome to system wise location. The default is per user install.
const char kSystemLevel[] = "system-level";
// Signals to setup.exe that it should trigger the active setup command.
const char kTriggerActiveSetup[] = "trigger-active-setup";
// If present, setup will uninstall chrome.
const char kUninstall[] = "uninstall";
// Also see --new-setup-exe. This command line option specifies a diff patch
// that setup.exe will apply to itself and store the resulting binary in the
// path given by --new-setup-exe.
const char kUpdateSetupExe[] = "update-setup-exe";
// Use the given uncompressed chrome.7z archive as the source of files to
// install.
const char kUncompressedArchive[] = "uncompressed-archive";
// Enable verbose logging (info level).
const char kVerboseLogging[] = "verbose-logging";
// Show the embedded EULA dialog.
const char kShowEula[] = "show-eula";
// Show the embedded EULA dialog, relaunch metro Chrome on acceptance.
const char kShowEulaForMetro[] = "show-eula-for-metro";
// Perform the inactive user toast experiment.
const char kInactiveUserToast[] = "inactive-user-toast";
// User toast experiment switch from system context to user context.
const char kSystemLevelToast[] = "system-level-toast";
// The group this experiment belongs to.
const char kExperimentGroup[] = "experiment-group";
// A handle value of the key to write the results of the toast experiment
// to. See DuplicateGoogleUpdateSystemClientKey for details.
const char kToastResultsKey[] = "toast-results-key";
// Applies a binary patch to a file. The input, patch, and the output file are
// specified as command line arguments following the --patch switch.
// Ex: --patch=courgette --input_file='input' --patch_file='patch'
// --output_file='output'
const char kPatch[] = "patch";
const char kInputFile[] = "input-file";
const char kPatchFile[] = "patch-file";
const char kOutputFile[] = "output-file";
} // namespace switches
// The Active Setup executable will be an identical copy of setup.exe; this is
// necessary because Windows' installer detection heuristics (which include
// things like process name being "setup.exe") will otherwise force elevation
// for non-admin users when setup.exe is launched. This is mitigated by adding
// requestedExecutionLevel="asInvoker" to setup.exe's manifest on Vista+, but
// there is no such manifest entry on Windows XP (which results in
// TODO(gab): Rename setup.exe itself altogether and use the same binary for
// Active Setup.
const wchar_t kActiveSetupExe[] = L"chrmstp.exe";
const wchar_t kAppLauncherGuid[] = L"{FDA71E6F-AC4C-4a00-8B70-9958A68906BF}";
const wchar_t kChromeAppHostExe[] = L"app_host.exe";
const wchar_t kChromeDll[] = L"chrome.dll";
const wchar_t kChromeChildDll[] = L"chrome_child.dll";
const wchar_t kChromeExe[] = L"chrome.exe";
const wchar_t kChromeFrameDll[] = L"npchrome_frame.dll";
const wchar_t kChromeFrameHelperDll[] = L"chrome_frame_helper.dll";
const wchar_t kChromeFrameHelperExe[] = L"chrome_frame_helper.exe";
const wchar_t kChromeFrameHelperWndClass[] = L"ChromeFrameHelperWindowClass";
const wchar_t kChromeLauncherExe[] = L"chrome_launcher.exe";
const wchar_t kChromeMetroDll[] = L"metro_driver.dll";
const wchar_t kChromeNewExe[] = L"new_chrome.exe";
const wchar_t kChromeOldExe[] = L"old_chrome.exe";
const wchar_t kCmdInstallApp[] = L"install-application";
const wchar_t kCmdInstallExtension[] = L"install-extension";
const wchar_t kCmdOnOsUpgrade[] = L"on-os-upgrade";
const wchar_t kCmdQueryEULAAcceptance[] = L"query-eula-acceptance";
const wchar_t kCmdQuickEnableApplicationHost[] =
const wchar_t kCmdQuickEnableCf[] = L"quick-enable-cf";
const wchar_t kDelegateExecuteExe[] = L"delegate_execute.exe";
const wchar_t kEULASentinelFile[] = L"EULA Accepted";
const wchar_t kGoogleChromeInstallSubDir1[] = L"Google";
const wchar_t kGoogleChromeInstallSubDir2[] = L"Chrome";
const wchar_t kInstallBinaryDir[] = L"Application";
const wchar_t kInstallerDir[] = L"Installer";
const wchar_t kInstallTempDir[] = L"Temp";
const wchar_t kLnkExt[] = L".lnk";
const wchar_t kNaClExe[] = L"nacl64.exe";
const wchar_t kSetupExe[] = L"setup.exe";
const wchar_t kSxSSuffix[] = L" SxS";
const wchar_t kUninstallStringField[] = L"UninstallString";
const wchar_t kUninstallArgumentsField[] = L"UninstallArguments";
const wchar_t kUninstallDisplayNameField[] = L"DisplayName";
const char kUninstallMetricsName[] = "uninstall_metrics";
const wchar_t kUninstallInstallationDate[] = L"installation_date";
const wchar_t kInstallerError[] = L"InstallerError";
const wchar_t kInstallerExtraCode1[] = L"InstallerExtraCode1";
const wchar_t kInstallerResult[] = L"InstallerResult";
const wchar_t kInstallerResultUIString[] = L"InstallerResultUIString";
const wchar_t kInstallerSuccessLaunchCmdLine[] =
const wchar_t kOptionMultiInstall[] = L"multi-install";
// Chrome channel display names.
const wchar_t kChromeChannelUnknown[] = L"unknown";
const wchar_t kChromeChannelCanary[] = L"canary";
const wchar_t kChromeChannelDev[] = L"dev";
const wchar_t kChromeChannelBeta[] = L"beta";
const wchar_t kChromeChannelStable[] = L"";
const wchar_t kChromeChannelStableExplicit[] = L"stable";
const size_t kMaxAppModelIdLength = 64U;
const char kCourgette[] = "courgette";
const char kBsdiff[] = "bsdiff";
} // namespace installer