WebKitGeolocationPermissionRequest — A permission request for sharing user's location
WebKitGeolocationPermissionRequest implements WebKitPermissionRequest.
WebKitGeolocationPermissionRequest represents a request for permission to decide whether WebKit should provide the user's location to a website when requested through the Geolocation API.
When a WebKitGeolocationPermissionRequest is not handled by the user, it is denied by default.
When embedding web views in your application, you *must* configure an
application identifier to allow web content to use geolocation services.
The identifier *must* match the name of the
.desktop file which describes
the application, sans the suffix.
If your application uses GApplication (or any subclass like
GtkApplication), WebKit will automatically use the identifier returned by
g_application_get_application_id(). This is the recommended approach for
enabling geolocation in applications.
If an identifier cannot be obtained through GApplication, the value
g_get_prgname() will be used instead as a fallback. For
programs which cannot use GApplication, calling
during initialization is needed when the name of the executable on disk
does not match the name of a valid