The type of record that Resolver.lookupRecords or Resolver.lookupRecordsAsync should retrieve. The records are returned as lists of glib.Variant tuples. Each record type has different values in the variant tuples returned.
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SRV records are returned as variants with the signature (qqqs), containing a guint16 with the priority, a guint16 with the weight, a guint16 with the port, and a string of the hostname.
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_MX records are returned as variants with the signature (qs), representing a guint16 with the preference, and a string containing the mail exchanger hostname.
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_TXT records are returned as variants with the signature (as), representing an array of the strings in the text record. Note: Most TXT records only contain a single string, but RFC 1035 does allow a record to contain multiple strings. The RFC which defines the interpretation of a specific TXT record will likely require concatenation of multiple strings if they are present, as with RFC 7208.
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_SOA records are returned as variants with the signature (ssuuuuu), representing a string containing the primary name server, a string containing the administrator, the serial as a guint32, the refresh interval as a guint32, the retry interval as a guint32, the expire timeout as a guint32, and the TTL as a guint32.
G_RESOLVER_RECORD_NS records are returned as variants with the signature (s), representing a string of the hostname of the name server.
look up DNS SRV records for a domain
look up DNS MX records for a domain
look up DNS TXT records for a name
look up DNS SOA records for a zone
look up DNS NS records for a domain