ExtensionInfo object contains information about an add-on.
It is an object with the following properties:
string. The add-on's description, taken from the manifest.json description key.
string. If the add-on is disabled, the reason it was disabled. One of "unknown" or "permissions_increase".
boolean. Whether or not the add-on is currently enabled.
string. The add-on's homepage URL, taken from the manifest.json homepage_url key.
string. The add-on's host permissions.
object. Information about the add-on's icons. An array of objects, one for each icon. Each object contains two properties:
size: an integer representing the icon's width and height in pixels.
url: a string containing a relative URL to the icon, starting at the add-on's root.
string. The add-on's ID.
string. String describing how the add-on was installed. One of the following:
- "admin": the add-on was installed because of an administrative policy.
- "development": the add-on was installed unpacked from disk.
- "normal": the add-on was installed normally from an install package.
- "sideload": the add-on was installed by some other software on the user's computer.
- "other": the add-on was installed in some other way.
boolean. Whether this add-on can be disabled or uninstalled by the user.
string. The add-on's name, taken from the manifest.json name key.
boolean. Whether the add-on claims to support offline.
string. URL for the item's options page, if it has one. This is a relative URL, starting at the add-on's root.
string. The add-on's API permissions.
string. A short version of the add-on's name, taken from the manifest.json short_name key.
string. String describing the type of add-on. This is used to distinguish extensions from apps and themes. It may take any of the following values:
- "extension": most common type of add-on.
string. URL for updates to this add-on, taken from the manifest.json applications key.
string. Version of this add-on, taken from the manifest.json version key.
string. Descriptive name for this add-on's version, taken from the manifest.json version_name key.
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