The function define_browser_object_class does what its name suggests. Its arguments are as follows:
Name of the browser object class given as a string. Multi-word names should be hyphenated. From this name will be generated a top level variable of the form browser_object_NAME, as well as an interactive command called browser-object-NAME.
- A documentation string.
A coroutine function of two arguments, (I, prompt), to carry out the UI interaction and yield the datum. Return the datum with yield co_return(ob).
- Optional keyword argument. It is a terse string, usually noun and verb, instructing the user in what they will do with this browser object class. For example, "select link". Any browser object class which uses the minibuffer prompt for interaction should provide this keyword.