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                            //------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
//
//  Microsoft Windows Client Platform
//  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation, 2005
// 
//  File:      MarkupProperty.cs
// 
//  Contents:  API for iterating a tree of objects for serialization 
//
//  Created:   04/28/2005 [....] 
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------

using System; 
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Collections; 
using System.Reflection;
using System.Text; 

using System.Windows;
using MS.Internal.WindowsBase;
 
namespace System.Windows.Markup.Primitives
{ 
    ///  
    /// A property description used by serialiation to encapsulate access to properties and their values. A property is
    /// either representable as a string or a list of items. If the property can be respresented as a string 
    /// IsComposite is false, otherwise, if IsComposite is true, the property is a list of items.
    /// 
    public abstract class MarkupProperty
    { 
        /// 
        /// Prevent external specialization 
        ///  
        [FriendAccessAllowed] // Used by MarkupPropertyWrapper
        internal MarkupProperty() { } 

        /// 
        /// A name sutible for diagnostics and error reporting. A serializer should not use this value. It should use
        /// the PropertyDescriptor and/or DependencyProperty instead. 
        /// 
        public abstract string Name { get; } 
 
        /// 
        /// The type of the property. 
        /// 
        public abstract Type PropertyType { get; }

        ///  
        /// whether the property type is a collection or not
        ///  
        internal bool IsCollectionProperty 
        {
            get 
            {
                Type propertyType = PropertyType;

                return (typeof(IList).IsAssignableFrom(propertyType) || 
                        typeof(IDictionary).IsAssignableFrom(propertyType) ||
                        propertyType.IsArray); 
            } 
        }
 
        /// 
        /// The property descriptor for the markup property if this property is associated with a CLR property.
        /// 
        public virtual PropertyDescriptor PropertyDescriptor { get { return null; } } 

        ///  
        /// The dependency property for the markup property if this property is backed by a DependencyProperty. 
        /// 
        public virtual DependencyProperty DependencyProperty { get { return null; } } 

        /// 
        /// Returns true when this propety is an attached dependency property. When true, PropertyDescriptor
        /// can be null (but is not required to be) and DependencyProperty is not null. 
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsAttached { get { return false; } } 
 
        /// 
        /// Returns true when this property represents a constructor argument. When true, PropertyDescriptor and 
        /// DependencyProperty are both null. XAML only uses this for represnting the constructor parameters of
        /// MarkupExtension instances.
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsConstructorArgument { get { return false; } } 

        ///  
        /// Returns true when this property represents the text to pass to the type's ValueConverter to create an 
        /// instance instead of using a constructor. When true, PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty are both
        /// null. If a property is provided through MarkupItem.Properties that has this value set to true it is the 
        /// only property the type will provide.
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsValueAsString { get { return false; } }
 
        /// 
        /// Returns true when this property represents direct content of a collection (or dictionary) class. When true, 
        /// PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty are both null. 
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsContent { get { return false; } } 

        /// 
        /// Returns true when the property represents the key used by the MarkupItem's container to store the item in a
        /// dictionary. When true, the PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty will return null. XAML will emit this 
        /// as an x:Key attribute.
        ///  
        public virtual bool IsKey { get { return false; } } 

        ///  
        /// If IsComposite is false Value and StringValue are valid to call, the property can be represented as a
        /// string. If is true, Items is valid to use and the property is one or more items. If the property is
        /// composite but has not items, the property isn't returned by MarkupItem.GetProperties.
        ///  
        public virtual bool IsComposite { get { return false; } }
 
        ///  
        /// The current value of the property.
        ///  
        public abstract object Value { get; }

        /// 
        /// The string value of the property using ValueSerializer classes when appropriate to convert the value to a 
        /// string. Which ValueSerializer to invoke is determined by the IValueSerializerContext of the MarkupItem that
        /// returned this MarkupProperty. 
        ///  
        public abstract string StringValue { get; }
 
        /// 
        /// The list of types that this property will reference when it serializes its value as a string. This allows
        /// a serializer to ensure that the de-serializer has enough information to convert references to these type
        /// from the string representations. For example, ensuring there is an xmlns declaration for the XML namespace 
        /// that defines the type.
        ///  
        public abstract IEnumerable TypeReferences { get; } 

        ///  
        /// Enumerate the items that make up the value of this property. If the property is not an enumeration, this
        /// will only be one item in the enumeration. If the property is an enumeration (or enumerable) then all the
        /// items will be returned. At least one will always be returned since it MarkupItem will not create a
        /// MarkupProperty for properties with no items. 
        /// 
        public abstract IEnumerable Items { get; } 
 
        /// 
        /// The attributes associated with the markup property. 
        /// 
        public abstract AttributeCollection Attributes { get; }

        ///  
        /// Checks to see that each markup object is of a public type.  Used in serialization.
        ///  
        internal virtual void VerifyOnlySerializableTypes() { } 
    }
} 

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
//------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
//
//  Microsoft Windows Client Platform
//  Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation, 2005
// 
//  File:      MarkupProperty.cs
// 
//  Contents:  API for iterating a tree of objects for serialization 
//
//  Created:   04/28/2005 [....] 
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------

using System; 
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Collections; 
using System.Reflection;
using System.Text; 

using System.Windows;
using MS.Internal.WindowsBase;
 
namespace System.Windows.Markup.Primitives
{ 
    ///  
    /// A property description used by serialiation to encapsulate access to properties and their values. A property is
    /// either representable as a string or a list of items. If the property can be respresented as a string 
    /// IsComposite is false, otherwise, if IsComposite is true, the property is a list of items.
    /// 
    public abstract class MarkupProperty
    { 
        /// 
        /// Prevent external specialization 
        ///  
        [FriendAccessAllowed] // Used by MarkupPropertyWrapper
        internal MarkupProperty() { } 

        /// 
        /// A name sutible for diagnostics and error reporting. A serializer should not use this value. It should use
        /// the PropertyDescriptor and/or DependencyProperty instead. 
        /// 
        public abstract string Name { get; } 
 
        /// 
        /// The type of the property. 
        /// 
        public abstract Type PropertyType { get; }

        ///  
        /// whether the property type is a collection or not
        ///  
        internal bool IsCollectionProperty 
        {
            get 
            {
                Type propertyType = PropertyType;

                return (typeof(IList).IsAssignableFrom(propertyType) || 
                        typeof(IDictionary).IsAssignableFrom(propertyType) ||
                        propertyType.IsArray); 
            } 
        }
 
        /// 
        /// The property descriptor for the markup property if this property is associated with a CLR property.
        /// 
        public virtual PropertyDescriptor PropertyDescriptor { get { return null; } } 

        ///  
        /// The dependency property for the markup property if this property is backed by a DependencyProperty. 
        /// 
        public virtual DependencyProperty DependencyProperty { get { return null; } } 

        /// 
        /// Returns true when this propety is an attached dependency property. When true, PropertyDescriptor
        /// can be null (but is not required to be) and DependencyProperty is not null. 
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsAttached { get { return false; } } 
 
        /// 
        /// Returns true when this property represents a constructor argument. When true, PropertyDescriptor and 
        /// DependencyProperty are both null. XAML only uses this for represnting the constructor parameters of
        /// MarkupExtension instances.
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsConstructorArgument { get { return false; } } 

        ///  
        /// Returns true when this property represents the text to pass to the type's ValueConverter to create an 
        /// instance instead of using a constructor. When true, PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty are both
        /// null. If a property is provided through MarkupItem.Properties that has this value set to true it is the 
        /// only property the type will provide.
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsValueAsString { get { return false; } }
 
        /// 
        /// Returns true when this property represents direct content of a collection (or dictionary) class. When true, 
        /// PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty are both null. 
        /// 
        public virtual bool IsContent { get { return false; } } 

        /// 
        /// Returns true when the property represents the key used by the MarkupItem's container to store the item in a
        /// dictionary. When true, the PropertyDescriptor and DependencyProperty will return null. XAML will emit this 
        /// as an x:Key attribute.
        ///  
        public virtual bool IsKey { get { return false; } } 

        ///  
        /// If IsComposite is false Value and StringValue are valid to call, the property can be represented as a
        /// string. If is true, Items is valid to use and the property is one or more items. If the property is
        /// composite but has not items, the property isn't returned by MarkupItem.GetProperties.
        ///  
        public virtual bool IsComposite { get { return false; } }
 
        ///  
        /// The current value of the property.
        ///  
        public abstract object Value { get; }

        /// 
        /// The string value of the property using ValueSerializer classes when appropriate to convert the value to a 
        /// string. Which ValueSerializer to invoke is determined by the IValueSerializerContext of the MarkupItem that
        /// returned this MarkupProperty. 
        ///  
        public abstract string StringValue { get; }
 
        /// 
        /// The list of types that this property will reference when it serializes its value as a string. This allows
        /// a serializer to ensure that the de-serializer has enough information to convert references to these type
        /// from the string representations. For example, ensuring there is an xmlns declaration for the XML namespace 
        /// that defines the type.
        ///  
        public abstract IEnumerable TypeReferences { get; } 

        ///  
        /// Enumerate the items that make up the value of this property. If the property is not an enumeration, this
        /// will only be one item in the enumeration. If the property is an enumeration (or enumerable) then all the
        /// items will be returned. At least one will always be returned since it MarkupItem will not create a
        /// MarkupProperty for properties with no items. 
        /// 
        public abstract IEnumerable Items { get; } 
 
        /// 
        /// The attributes associated with the markup property. 
        /// 
        public abstract AttributeCollection Attributes { get; }

        ///  
        /// Checks to see that each markup object is of a public type.  Used in serialization.
        ///  
        internal virtual void VerifyOnlySerializableTypes() { } 
    }
} 

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
                        

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