Tells the plug-in that a stream is about to be closed or destroyed.
#include <npapi.h> NPError NPP_DestroyStream(NPP instance, NPStream* stream, NPReason reason);
The function has the following parameters:
- Pointer to current plug-in instance.
- Pointer to current stream.
- Reason the stream was destroyed. Values:
- NPRES_DONE (Most common): Completed normally; all data was sent to the instance.
- NPRES_USER_BREAK: User canceled stream directly by clicking the Stop button or indirectly by some action such as deleting the instance or initiating higher-priority network operations.
- NPRES_NETWORK_ERR: Stream failed due to problems with network, disk I/O, lack of memory, or other problems.
- If successful, the plug-in should return NPERR_NO_ERROR.
- If unsuccessful, the plug-in should return an error code. For possible values, see Error Codes.
The browser calls the
NPP_DestroyStream function when a data stream sent to the plug-in is finished, either because it has completed successfully or terminated abnormally. After this, the browser deletes the NPStream object.
You should delete any private data allocated in stream->pdata at this time, and should not make any further references to the stream object.