servo/components/style/properties/properties.mako.rs
author Emilio Cobos Álvarez <emilio@crisal.io>
Thu, 15 Aug 2019 13:31:36 +0000
changeset 488230 175608dbc5018b3563b85908578cc0ca038f7acb
parent 486078 abe0d15df80fa37934832fb3ed3cdaa9f9687b3c
child 490806 f529796a87c2e6ef2db08d7d8348500901ec4da9
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1574148 - Cherry-pick some Servo build/formatting fixes. Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D42128

/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at https://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/. */

// This file is a Mako template: http://www.makotemplates.org/

// Please note that valid Rust syntax may be mangled by the Mako parser.
// For example, Vec<&Foo> will be mangled as Vec&Foo>. To work around these issues, the code
// can be escaped. In the above example, Vec<<&Foo> or Vec< &Foo> achieves the desired result of Vec<&Foo>.

<%namespace name="helpers" file="/helpers.mako.rs" />

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
use app_units::Au;
use arrayvec::{ArrayVec, Drain as ArrayVecDrain};
use servo_arc::{Arc, UniqueArc};
use std::borrow::Cow;
use std::{ops, ptr};
use std::fmt::{self, Write};
use std::mem;

use cssparser::{Parser, RGBA, TokenSerializationType};
use cssparser::ParserInput;
#[cfg(feature = "servo")] use euclid::SideOffsets2D;
use crate::context::QuirksMode;
#[cfg(feature = "gecko")] use crate::gecko_bindings::structs::{self, nsCSSPropertyID};
#[cfg(feature = "servo")] use crate::logical_geometry::LogicalMargin;
#[cfg(feature = "servo")] use crate::computed_values;
use crate::logical_geometry::WritingMode;
use malloc_size_of::{MallocSizeOf, MallocSizeOfOps};
use crate::media_queries::Device;
use crate::parser::ParserContext;
use crate::properties::longhands::system_font::SystemFont;
use crate::selector_parser::PseudoElement;
use selectors::parser::SelectorParseErrorKind;
#[cfg(feature = "servo")] use servo_config::prefs;
use style_traits::{CssWriter, KeywordsCollectFn, ParseError, ParsingMode};
use style_traits::{SpecifiedValueInfo, StyleParseErrorKind, ToCss};
use to_shmem::impl_trivial_to_shmem;
use crate::stylesheets::{CssRuleType, Origin, UrlExtraData};
use crate::values::generics::text::LineHeight;
use crate::values::{computed, resolved};
use crate::values::computed::NonNegativeLength;
use crate::values::serialize_atom_name;
use crate::rule_tree::StrongRuleNode;
use crate::Zero;
use self::computed_value_flags::*;
use crate::str::{CssString, CssStringBorrow, CssStringWriter};
use std::cell::Cell;

pub use self::declaration_block::*;
pub use self::cascade::*;

<%!
    from collections import defaultdict
    from data import Method, PropertyRestrictions, Keyword, to_rust_ident, to_camel_case, SYSTEM_FONT_LONGHANDS
    import os.path
%>

#[path="${repr(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'computed_value_flags.rs'))[1:-1]}"]
pub mod computed_value_flags;
#[path="${repr(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'declaration_block.rs'))[1:-1]}"]
pub mod declaration_block;
#[path="${repr(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'cascade.rs'))[1:-1]}"]
pub mod cascade;

/// Conversion with fewer impls than From/Into
pub trait MaybeBoxed<Out> {
    /// Convert
    fn maybe_boxed(self) -> Out;
}

impl<T> MaybeBoxed<T> for T {
    #[inline]
    fn maybe_boxed(self) -> T { self }
}

impl<T> MaybeBoxed<Box<T>> for T {
    #[inline]
    fn maybe_boxed(self) -> Box<T> { Box::new(self) }
}

macro_rules! expanded {
    ( $( $name: ident: $value: expr ),+ ) => {
        expanded!( $( $name: $value, )+ )
    };
    ( $( $name: ident: $value: expr, )+ ) => {
        Longhands {
            $(
                $name: MaybeBoxed::maybe_boxed($value),
            )+
        }
    }
}

/// A module with all the code for longhand properties.
#[allow(missing_docs)]
pub mod longhands {
    % for style_struct in data.style_structs:
    include!("${repr(os.path.join(OUT_DIR, 'longhands/{}.rs'.format(style_struct.name_lower)))[1:-1]}");
    % endfor
    pub const ANIMATABLE_PROPERTY_COUNT: usize = ${sum(1 for prop in data.longhands if prop.animatable)};
}

macro_rules! unwrap_or_initial {
    ($prop: ident) => (unwrap_or_initial!($prop, $prop));
    ($prop: ident, $expr: expr) =>
        ($expr.unwrap_or_else(|| $prop::get_initial_specified_value()));
}

/// A module with code for all the shorthand css properties, and a few
/// serialization helpers.
#[allow(missing_docs)]
pub mod shorthands {
    use cssparser::Parser;
    use crate::parser::{Parse, ParserContext};
    use style_traits::{ParseError, StyleParseErrorKind};
    use crate::values::specified;

    use style_traits::{CssWriter, ToCss};
    use crate::values::specified::{BorderStyle, Color};
    use std::fmt::{self, Write};

    fn serialize_directional_border<W, I,>(
        dest: &mut CssWriter<W>,
        width: &I,
        style: &BorderStyle,
        color: &Color,
    ) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
        I: ToCss,
    {
        width.to_css(dest)?;
        // FIXME(emilio): Should we really serialize the border style if it's
        // `solid`?
        dest.write_str(" ")?;
        style.to_css(dest)?;
        if *color != Color::CurrentColor {
            dest.write_str(" ")?;
            color.to_css(dest)?;
        }
        Ok(())
    }

    % for style_struct in data.style_structs:
    include!("${repr(os.path.join(OUT_DIR, 'shorthands/{}.rs'.format(style_struct.name_lower)))[1:-1]}");
    % endfor

    // We didn't define the 'all' shorthand using the regular helpers:shorthand
    // mechanism, since it causes some very large types to be generated.
    //
    // Also, make sure logical properties appear before its physical
    // counter-parts, in order to prevent bugs like:
    //
    //   https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1410028
    //
    // FIXME(emilio): Adopt the resolution from:
    //
    //   https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/1898
    //
    // when there is one, whatever that is.
    <%
        logical_longhands = []
        other_longhands = []

        for p in data.longhands:
            if p.name in ['direction', 'unicode-bidi']:
                continue;
            if not p.enabled_in_content() and not p.experimental(engine):
                continue;
            if p.logical:
                logical_longhands.append(p.name)
            else:
                other_longhands.append(p.name)

        data.declare_shorthand(
            "all",
            logical_longhands + other_longhands,
            engines="gecko servo-2013 servo-2020",
            spec="https://drafts.csswg.org/css-cascade-3/#all-shorthand"
        )
    %>

    /// The max amount of longhands that the `all` shorthand will ever contain.
    pub const ALL_SHORTHAND_MAX_LEN: usize = ${len(logical_longhands + other_longhands)};
}

<%
    from itertools import groupby

    # After this code, `data.longhands` is sorted in the following order:
    # - first all keyword variants and all variants known to be Copy,
    # - second all the other variants, such as all variants with the same field
    #   have consecutive discriminants.
    # The variable `variants` contain the same entries as `data.longhands` in
    # the same order, but must exist separately to the data source, because
    # we then need to add three additional variants `WideKeywordDeclaration`,
    # `VariableDeclaration` and `CustomDeclaration`.

    variants = []
    for property in data.longhands:
        variants.append({
            "name": property.camel_case,
            "type": property.specified_type(),
            "doc": "`" + property.name + "`",
            "copy": property.specified_is_copy(),
        })

    groups = {}
    keyfunc = lambda x: x["type"]
    sortkeys = {}
    for ty, group in groupby(sorted(variants, key=keyfunc), keyfunc):
        group = list(group)
        groups[ty] = group
        for v in group:
            if len(group) == 1:
                sortkeys[v["name"]] = (not v["copy"], 1, v["name"], "")
            else:
                sortkeys[v["name"]] = (not v["copy"], len(group), ty, v["name"])
    variants.sort(key=lambda x: sortkeys[x["name"]])

    # It is extremely important to sort the `data.longhands` array here so
    # that it is in the same order as `variants`, for `LonghandId` and
    # `PropertyDeclarationId` to coincide.
    data.longhands.sort(key=lambda x: sortkeys[x.camel_case])
%>

// WARNING: It is *really* important for the variants of `LonghandId`
// and `PropertyDeclaration` to be defined in the exact same order,
// with the exception of `CSSWideKeyword`, `WithVariables` and `Custom`,
// which don't exist in `LonghandId`.

<%
    extra = [
        {
            "name": "CSSWideKeyword",
            "type": "WideKeywordDeclaration",
            "doc": "A CSS-wide keyword.",
            "copy": False,
        },
        {
            "name": "WithVariables",
            "type": "VariableDeclaration",
            "doc": "An unparsed declaration.",
            "copy": False,
        },
        {
            "name": "Custom",
            "type": "CustomDeclaration",
            "doc": "A custom property declaration.",
            "copy": False,
        },
    ]
    for v in extra:
        variants.append(v)
        groups[v["type"]] = [v]
%>

/// Servo's representation for a property declaration.
#[derive(ToShmem)]
#[repr(u16)]
pub enum PropertyDeclaration {
    % for variant in variants:
    /// ${variant["doc"]}
    ${variant["name"]}(${variant["type"]}),
    % endfor
}

#[repr(C)]
struct PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<T> {
    tag: u16,
    value: T
}

impl Clone for PropertyDeclaration {
    #[inline]
    fn clone(&self) -> Self {
        use self::PropertyDeclaration::*;

        <%
            [copy, others] = [list(g) for _, g in groupby(variants, key=lambda x: not x["copy"])]
        %>

        let self_tag = unsafe {
            (*(self as *const _ as *const PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<()>)).tag
        };
        if self_tag <= LonghandId::${copy[-1]["name"]} as u16 {
            #[derive(Clone, Copy)]
            #[repr(u16)]
            enum CopyVariants {
                % for v in copy:
                _${v["name"]}(${v["type"]}),
                % endfor
            }

            unsafe {
                let mut out = mem::MaybeUninit::uninit();
                ptr::write(
                    out.as_mut_ptr() as *mut CopyVariants,
                    *(self as *const _ as *const CopyVariants),
                );
                return out.assume_init();
            }
        }

        // This function ensures that all properties not handled above
        // do not have a specified value implements Copy. If you hit
        // compile error here, you may want to add the type name into
        // Longhand.specified_is_copy in data.py.
        fn _static_assert_others_are_not_copy() {
            struct Helper<T>(T);
            trait AssertCopy { fn assert() {} }
            trait AssertNotCopy { fn assert() {} }
            impl<T: Copy> AssertCopy for Helper<T> {}
            % for ty in set(x["type"] for x in others):
            impl AssertNotCopy for Helper<${ty}> {}
            Helper::<${ty}>::assert();
            % endfor
        }

        match *self {
            ${" |\n".join("{}(..)".format(v["name"]) for v in copy)} => {
                unsafe { debug_unreachable!() }
            }
            % for ty, vs in groupby(others, key=lambda x: x["type"]):
            <%
                vs = list(vs)
            %>
            % if len(vs) == 1:
            ${vs[0]["name"]}(ref value) => {
                ${vs[0]["name"]}(value.clone())
            }
            % else:
            ${" |\n".join("{}(ref value)".format(v["name"]) for v in vs)} => {
                unsafe {
                    let mut out = mem::MaybeUninit::uninit();
                    ptr::write(
                        out.as_mut_ptr() as *mut PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<${ty}>,
                        PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr {
                            tag: *(self as *const _ as *const u16),
                            value: value.clone(),
                        },
                    );
                    out.assume_init()
                }
            }
            % endif
            % endfor
        }
    }
}

impl PartialEq for PropertyDeclaration {
    #[inline]
    fn eq(&self, other: &Self) -> bool {
        use self::PropertyDeclaration::*;

        unsafe {
            let this_repr =
                &*(self as *const _ as *const PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<()>);
            let other_repr =
                &*(other as *const _ as *const PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<()>);
            if this_repr.tag != other_repr.tag {
                return false;
            }
            match *self {
                % for ty, vs in groupby(variants, key=lambda x: x["type"]):
                ${" |\n".join("{}(ref this)".format(v["name"]) for v in vs)} => {
                    let other_repr =
                        &*(other as *const _ as *const PropertyDeclarationVariantRepr<${ty}>);
                    *this == other_repr.value
                }
                % endfor
            }
        }
    }
}

impl MallocSizeOf for PropertyDeclaration {
    #[inline]
    fn size_of(&self, ops: &mut MallocSizeOfOps) -> usize {
        use self::PropertyDeclaration::*;

        match *self {
            % for ty, vs in groupby(variants, key=lambda x: x["type"]):
            ${" | ".join("{}(ref value)".format(v["name"]) for v in vs)} => {
                value.size_of(ops)
            }
            % endfor
        }
    }
}


impl PropertyDeclaration {
    /// Like the method on ToCss, but without the type parameter to avoid
    /// accidentally monomorphizing this large function multiple times for
    /// different writers.
    pub fn to_css(&self, dest: &mut CssStringWriter) -> fmt::Result {
        use self::PropertyDeclaration::*;

        let mut dest = CssWriter::new(dest);
        match *self {
            % for ty, vs in groupby(variants, key=lambda x: x["type"]):
            ${" | ".join("{}(ref value)".format(v["name"]) for v in vs)} => {
                value.to_css(&mut dest)
            }
            % endfor
        }
    }
}

/// A module with all the code related to animated properties.
///
/// This needs to be "included" by mako at least after all longhand modules,
/// given they populate the global data.
pub mod animated_properties {
    <%include file="/helpers/animated_properties.mako.rs" />
}

/// A longhand or shorthand property.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug)]
pub struct NonCustomPropertyId(usize);

/// The length of all the non-custom properties.
pub const NON_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_ID_COUNT: usize =
    ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands) + len(data.all_aliases())};

% if engine == "gecko":
#[allow(dead_code)]
unsafe fn static_assert_nscsspropertyid() {
    % for i, property in enumerate(data.longhands + data.shorthands + data.all_aliases()):
    std::mem::transmute::<[u8; ${i}], [u8; ${property.nscsspropertyid()} as usize]>([0; ${i}]); // ${property.name}
    % endfor
}
% endif

impl NonCustomPropertyId {
    /// Returns the underlying index, used for use counter.
    pub fn bit(self) -> usize {
        self.0
    }

    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    fn to_nscsspropertyid(self) -> nsCSSPropertyID {
        // unsafe: guaranteed by static_assert_nscsspropertyid above.
        unsafe { std::mem::transmute(self.0 as i32) }
    }

    /// Convert an `nsCSSPropertyID` into a `NonCustomPropertyId`.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn from_nscsspropertyid(prop: nsCSSPropertyID) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        let prop = prop as i32;
        if prop < 0 {
            return Err(());
        }
        if prop >= NON_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_ID_COUNT as i32 {
            return Err(());
        }
        // unsafe: guaranteed by static_assert_nscsspropertyid above.
        Ok(unsafe { std::mem::transmute(prop as usize) })
    }

    /// Get the property name.
    #[inline]
    pub fn name(self) -> &'static str {
        static MAP: [&'static str; NON_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_ID_COUNT] = [
            % for property in data.longhands + data.shorthands + data.all_aliases():
            "${property.name}",
            % endfor
        ];
        MAP[self.0]
    }

    /// Returns whether this property is transitionable.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_transitionable(self) -> bool {
        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set("TRANSITIONABLE", lambda p: p.transitionable)}
        TRANSITIONABLE.contains(self)
    }

    /// Returns whether this property is animatable.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_animatable(self) -> bool {
        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set("ANIMATABLE", lambda p: p.animatable)}
        ANIMATABLE.contains(self)
    }

    #[inline]
    fn enabled_for_all_content(self) -> bool {
        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "EXPERIMENTAL",
            lambda p: p.experimental(engine)
        )}

        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "ALWAYS_ENABLED",
            lambda p: (not p.experimental(engine)) and p.enabled_in_content()
        )}

        let passes_pref_check = || {
            % if engine == "gecko":
                unsafe { structs::nsCSSProps_gPropertyEnabled[self.0] }
            % else:
                static PREF_NAME: [Option< &str>; ${
                    len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands) + len(data.all_aliases())
                }] = [
                    % for property in data.longhands + data.shorthands + data.all_aliases():
                        <%
                            attrs = {"servo-2013": "servo_2013_pref", "servo-2020": "servo_2020_pref"}
                            pref = getattr(property, attrs[engine])
                        %>
                        % if pref:
                            Some("${pref}"),
                        % else:
                            None,
                        % endif
                    % endfor
                ];
                let pref = match PREF_NAME[self.0] {
                    None => return true,
                    Some(pref) => pref,
                };

                prefs::pref_map().get(pref).as_bool().unwrap_or(false)
            % endif
        };

        if ALWAYS_ENABLED.contains(self) {
            return true
        }

        if EXPERIMENTAL.contains(self) && passes_pref_check() {
            return true
        }

        false
    }

    fn allowed_in(self, context: &ParserContext) -> bool {
        debug_assert!(
            matches!(
                context.rule_type(),
                CssRuleType::Keyframe | CssRuleType::Page | CssRuleType::Style
            ),
            "Declarations are only expected inside a keyframe, page, or style rule."
        );

        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "DISALLOWED_IN_KEYFRAME_BLOCK",
            lambda p: not p.allowed_in_keyframe_block
        )}
        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "DISALLOWED_IN_PAGE_RULE",
            lambda p: not p.allowed_in_page_rule
        )}
        match context.rule_type() {
            CssRuleType::Keyframe if DISALLOWED_IN_KEYFRAME_BLOCK.contains(self) => {
                return false;
            }
            CssRuleType::Page if DISALLOWED_IN_PAGE_RULE.contains(self) => {
                return false;
            }
            _ => {}
        }

        self.allowed_in_ignoring_rule_type(context)
    }


    fn allowed_in_ignoring_rule_type(self, context: &ParserContext) -> bool {
        // The semantics of these are kinda hard to reason about, what follows
        // is a description of the different combinations that can happen with
        // these three sets.
        //
        // Experimental properties are generally controlled by prefs, but an
        // experimental property explicitly enabled in certain context (UA or
        // chrome sheets) is always usable in the context regardless of the
        // pref value.
        //
        // Non-experimental properties are either normal properties which are
        // usable everywhere, or internal-only properties which are only usable
        // in certain context they are explicitly enabled in.
        if self.enabled_for_all_content() {
            return true;
        }

        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "ENABLED_IN_UA_SHEETS",
            lambda p: p.explicitly_enabled_in_ua_sheets()
        )}
        ${static_non_custom_property_id_set(
            "ENABLED_IN_CHROME",
            lambda p: p.explicitly_enabled_in_chrome()
        )}

        if context.stylesheet_origin == Origin::UserAgent &&
            ENABLED_IN_UA_SHEETS.contains(self)
        {
            return true
        }

        if context.chrome_rules_enabled() && ENABLED_IN_CHROME.contains(self) {
            return true
        }

        false
    }

    /// The supported types of this property. The return value should be
    /// style_traits::CssType when it can become a bitflags type.
    fn supported_types(&self) -> u8 {
        const SUPPORTED_TYPES: [u8; ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands)}] = [
            % for prop in data.longhands:
                <${prop.specified_type()} as SpecifiedValueInfo>::SUPPORTED_TYPES,
            % endfor
            % for prop in data.shorthands:
            % if prop.name == "all":
                0, // 'all' accepts no value other than CSS-wide keywords
            % else:
                <shorthands::${prop.ident}::Longhands as SpecifiedValueInfo>::SUPPORTED_TYPES,
            % endif
            % endfor
        ];
        SUPPORTED_TYPES[self.0]
    }

    /// See PropertyId::collect_property_completion_keywords.
    fn collect_property_completion_keywords(&self, f: KeywordsCollectFn) {
        fn do_nothing(_: KeywordsCollectFn) {}
        const COLLECT_FUNCTIONS: [fn(KeywordsCollectFn);
                                  ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands)}] = [
            % for prop in data.longhands:
                <${prop.specified_type()} as SpecifiedValueInfo>::collect_completion_keywords,
            % endfor
            % for prop in data.shorthands:
            % if prop.name == "all":
                do_nothing, // 'all' accepts no value other than CSS-wide keywords
            % else:
                <shorthands::${prop.ident}::Longhands as SpecifiedValueInfo>::
                    collect_completion_keywords,
            % endif
            % endfor
        ];
        COLLECT_FUNCTIONS[self.0](f);
    }

    /// Turns this `NonCustomPropertyId` into a `PropertyId`.
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_property_id(self) -> PropertyId {
        use std::mem::transmute;
        if self.0 < ${len(data.longhands)} {
            return unsafe {
                PropertyId::Longhand(transmute(self.0 as u16))
            }
        }
        if self.0 < ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands)} {
            return unsafe {
                PropertyId::Shorthand(transmute((self.0 - ${len(data.longhands)}) as u16))
            }
        }
        assert!(self.0 < NON_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_ID_COUNT);
        let alias_id: AliasId = unsafe {
            transmute((self.0 - ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands)}) as u16)
        };

        match alias_id.aliased_property() {
            AliasedPropertyId::Longhand(longhand) => PropertyId::LonghandAlias(longhand, alias_id),
            AliasedPropertyId::Shorthand(shorthand) => PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(shorthand, alias_id),
        }
    }
}

impl From<LonghandId> for NonCustomPropertyId {
    #[inline]
    fn from(id: LonghandId) -> Self {
        NonCustomPropertyId(id as usize)
    }
}

impl From<ShorthandId> for NonCustomPropertyId {
    #[inline]
    fn from(id: ShorthandId) -> Self {
        NonCustomPropertyId((id as usize) + ${len(data.longhands)})
    }
}

impl From<AliasId> for NonCustomPropertyId {
    #[inline]
    fn from(id: AliasId) -> Self {
        NonCustomPropertyId(id as usize + ${len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands)})
    }
}

/// A set of all properties
#[derive(Clone, PartialEq)]
pub struct NonCustomPropertyIdSet {
    storage: [u32; (NON_CUSTOM_PROPERTY_ID_COUNT - 1 + 32) / 32]
}

impl NonCustomPropertyIdSet {
    /// Creates an empty `NonCustomPropertyIdSet`.
    pub fn new() -> Self {
        Self {
            storage: Default::default(),
        }
    }

    /// Insert a non-custom-property in the set.
    #[inline]
    pub fn insert(&mut self, id: NonCustomPropertyId) {
        let bit = id.0;
        self.storage[bit / 32] |= 1 << (bit % 32);
    }

    /// Return whether the given property is in the set
    #[inline]
    pub fn contains(&self, id: NonCustomPropertyId) -> bool {
        let bit = id.0;
        (self.storage[bit / 32] & (1 << (bit % 32))) != 0
    }
}

<%def name="static_non_custom_property_id_set(name, is_member)">
static ${name}: NonCustomPropertyIdSet = NonCustomPropertyIdSet {
    <%
        storage = [0] * ((len(data.longhands) + len(data.shorthands) + len(data.all_aliases()) - 1 + 32) / 32)
        for i, property in enumerate(data.longhands + data.shorthands + data.all_aliases()):
            if is_member(property):
                storage[i / 32] |= 1 << (i % 32)
    %>
    storage: [${", ".join("0x%x" % word for word in storage)}]
};
</%def>

<%def name="static_longhand_id_set(name, is_member)">
static ${name}: LonghandIdSet = LonghandIdSet {
    <%
        storage = [0] * ((len(data.longhands) - 1 + 32) / 32)
        for i, property in enumerate(data.longhands):
            if is_member(property):
                storage[i / 32] |= 1 << (i % 32)
    %>
    storage: [${", ".join("0x%x" % word for word in storage)}]
};
</%def>

/// A set of longhand properties
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, Default, MallocSizeOf, PartialEq)]
pub struct LonghandIdSet {
    storage: [u32; (${len(data.longhands)} - 1 + 32) / 32]
}

impl_trivial_to_shmem!(LonghandIdSet);

/// An iterator over a set of longhand ids.
pub struct LonghandIdSetIterator<'a> {
    longhands: &'a LonghandIdSet,
    cur: usize,
}

impl<'a> Iterator for LonghandIdSetIterator<'a> {
    type Item = LonghandId;

    fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
        use std::mem;

        loop {
            if self.cur >= ${len(data.longhands)} {
                return None;
            }

            let id: LonghandId = unsafe { mem::transmute(self.cur as u16) };
            self.cur += 1;

            if self.longhands.contains(id) {
                return Some(id);
            }
        }
    }
}

impl LonghandIdSet {
    #[inline]
    fn reset() -> &'static Self {
        ${static_longhand_id_set("RESET", lambda p: not p.style_struct.inherited)}
        &RESET
    }

    #[inline]
    fn animatable() -> &'static Self {
        ${static_longhand_id_set("ANIMATABLE", lambda p: p.animatable)}
        &ANIMATABLE
    }

    #[inline]
    fn discrete_animatable() -> &'static Self {
        ${static_longhand_id_set("DISCRETE_ANIMATABLE", lambda p: p.animation_value_type == "discrete")}
        &DISCRETE_ANIMATABLE
    }

    #[inline]
    fn logical() -> &'static Self {
        ${static_longhand_id_set("LOGICAL", lambda p: p.logical)}
        &LOGICAL
    }

    /// Returns the set of longhands that are ignored when document colors are
    /// disabled.
    #[inline]
    pub fn ignored_when_colors_disabled() -> &'static Self {
        ${static_longhand_id_set(
            "IGNORED_WHEN_COLORS_DISABLED",
            lambda p: p.ignored_when_colors_disabled
        )}
        &IGNORED_WHEN_COLORS_DISABLED
    }

    /// Returns the set of properties that are declared as having no effect on
    /// Gecko <scrollbar> elements or their descendant scrollbar parts.
    #[cfg(debug_assertions)]
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn has_no_effect_on_gecko_scrollbars() -> &'static Self {
        // data.py asserts that has_no_effect_on_gecko_scrollbars is True or
        // False for properties that are inherited and Gecko pref controlled,
        // and is None for all other properties.
        ${static_longhand_id_set(
            "HAS_NO_EFFECT_ON_SCROLLBARS",
            lambda p: p.has_effect_on_gecko_scrollbars is False
        )}
        &HAS_NO_EFFECT_ON_SCROLLBARS
    }

    /// Iterate over the current longhand id set.
    pub fn iter(&self) -> LonghandIdSetIterator {
        LonghandIdSetIterator { longhands: self, cur: 0, }
    }

    /// Returns whether this set contains at least every longhand that `other`
    /// also contains.
    pub fn contains_all(&self, other: &Self) -> bool {
        for (self_cell, other_cell) in self.storage.iter().zip(other.storage.iter()) {
            if (*self_cell & *other_cell) != *other_cell {
                return false;
            }
        }
        true
    }

    /// Returns whether this set contains any longhand that `other` also contains.
    pub fn contains_any(&self, other: &Self) -> bool {
        for (self_cell, other_cell) in self.storage.iter().zip(other.storage.iter()) {
            if (*self_cell & *other_cell) != 0 {
                return true;
            }
        }
        false
    }

    /// Remove all the given properties from the set.
    #[inline]
    pub fn remove_all(&mut self, other: &Self) {
        for (self_cell, other_cell) in self.storage.iter_mut().zip(other.storage.iter()) {
            *self_cell &= !*other_cell;
        }
    }

    /// Create an empty set
    #[inline]
    pub fn new() -> LonghandIdSet {
        LonghandIdSet { storage: [0; (${len(data.longhands)} - 1 + 32) / 32] }
    }

    /// Return whether the given property is in the set
    #[inline]
    pub fn contains(&self, id: LonghandId) -> bool {
        let bit = id as usize;
        (self.storage[bit / 32] & (1 << (bit % 32))) != 0
    }

    /// Return whether this set contains any reset longhand.
    #[inline]
    pub fn contains_any_reset(&self) -> bool {
        self.contains_any(Self::reset())
    }

    /// Add the given property to the set
    #[inline]
    pub fn insert(&mut self, id: LonghandId) {
        let bit = id as usize;
        self.storage[bit / 32] |= 1 << (bit % 32);
    }

    /// Remove the given property from the set
    #[inline]
    pub fn remove(&mut self, id: LonghandId) {
        let bit = id as usize;
        self.storage[bit / 32] &= !(1 << (bit % 32));
    }

    /// Clear all bits
    #[inline]
    pub fn clear(&mut self) {
        for cell in &mut self.storage {
            *cell = 0
        }
    }

    /// Returns whether the set is empty.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_empty(&self) -> bool {
        self.storage.iter().all(|c| *c == 0)
    }
}

/// An enum to represent a CSS Wide keyword.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, Eq, MallocSizeOf, PartialEq, SpecifiedValueInfo,
         ToCss, ToShmem)]
pub enum CSSWideKeyword {
    /// The `initial` keyword.
    Initial,
    /// The `inherit` keyword.
    Inherit,
    /// The `unset` keyword.
    Unset,
    /// The `revert` keyword.
    Revert,
}

impl CSSWideKeyword {
    fn to_str(&self) -> &'static str {
        match *self {
            CSSWideKeyword::Initial => "initial",
            CSSWideKeyword::Inherit => "inherit",
            CSSWideKeyword::Unset => "unset",
            CSSWideKeyword::Revert => "revert",
        }
    }
}

impl CSSWideKeyword {
    fn parse(input: &mut Parser) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        let keyword = {
            let ident = input.expect_ident().map_err(|_| ())?;
            match_ignore_ascii_case! { ident,
                // If modifying this set of keyword, also update values::CustomIdent::from_ident
                "initial" => CSSWideKeyword::Initial,
                "inherit" => CSSWideKeyword::Inherit,
                "unset" => CSSWideKeyword::Unset,
                "revert" => CSSWideKeyword::Revert,
                _ => return Err(()),
            }
        };
        input.expect_exhausted().map_err(|_| ())?;
        Ok(keyword)
    }
}

bitflags! {
    /// A set of flags for properties.
    pub struct PropertyFlags: u16 {
        /// This property requires a stacking context.
        const CREATES_STACKING_CONTEXT = 1 << 0;
        /// This property has values that can establish a containing block for
        /// fixed positioned and absolutely positioned elements.
        const FIXPOS_CB = 1 << 1;
        /// This property has values that can establish a containing block for
        /// absolutely positioned elements.
        const ABSPOS_CB = 1 << 2;
        /// This longhand property applies to ::first-letter.
        const APPLIES_TO_FIRST_LETTER = 1 << 3;
        /// This longhand property applies to ::first-line.
        const APPLIES_TO_FIRST_LINE = 1 << 4;
        /// This longhand property applies to ::placeholder.
        const APPLIES_TO_PLACEHOLDER = 1 << 5;
        ///  This longhand property applies to ::cue.
        const APPLIES_TO_CUE = 1 << 6;
        /// This longhand property applies to ::marker.
        const APPLIES_TO_MARKER = 1 << 7;
        /// This property is a legacy shorthand.
        ///
        /// https://drafts.csswg.org/css-cascade/#legacy-shorthand
        const IS_LEGACY_SHORTHAND = 1 << 8;

        /* The following flags are currently not used in Rust code, they
         * only need to be listed in corresponding properties so that
         * they can be checked in the C++ side via ServoCSSPropList.h. */
        /// This property can be animated on the compositor.
        const CAN_ANIMATE_ON_COMPOSITOR = 0;
        /// This shorthand property is accessible from getComputedStyle.
        const SHORTHAND_IN_GETCS = 0;
    }
}

<%
    logical_groups = defaultdict(list)
    for prop in data.longhands:
        if prop.logical_group:
            logical_groups[prop.logical_group].append(prop)

    for group, props in logical_groups.iteritems():
        logical_count = sum(1 for p in props if p.logical)
        if logical_count * 2 != len(props):
            raise RuntimeError("Logical group {} has ".format(group) +
                               "unbalanced logical / physical properties")

    FIRST_LINE_RESTRICTIONS = PropertyRestrictions.first_line(data)
    FIRST_LETTER_RESTRICTIONS = PropertyRestrictions.first_letter(data)
    MARKER_RESTRICTIONS = PropertyRestrictions.marker(data)
    PLACEHOLDER_RESTRICTIONS = PropertyRestrictions.placeholder(data)
    CUE_RESTRICTIONS = PropertyRestrictions.cue(data)

    def restriction_flags(property):
        name = property.name
        flags = []
        if name in FIRST_LINE_RESTRICTIONS:
            flags.append("APPLIES_TO_FIRST_LINE")
        if name in FIRST_LETTER_RESTRICTIONS:
            flags.append("APPLIES_TO_FIRST_LETTER")
        if name in PLACEHOLDER_RESTRICTIONS:
            flags.append("APPLIES_TO_PLACEHOLDER")
        if name in MARKER_RESTRICTIONS:
            flags.append("APPLIES_TO_MARKER")
        if name in CUE_RESTRICTIONS:
            flags.append("APPLIES_TO_CUE")
        return flags

%>

/// A group for properties which may override each other
/// via logical resolution.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Eq, Hash, PartialEq)]
pub enum LogicalGroup {
    % for group in logical_groups.iterkeys():
    /// ${group}
    ${to_camel_case(group)},
    % endfor
}

/// An identifier for a given longhand property.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Eq, Hash, MallocSizeOf, PartialEq, ToShmem)]
#[repr(u16)]
pub enum LonghandId {
    % for i, property in enumerate(data.longhands):
        /// ${property.name}
        ${property.camel_case} = ${i},
    % endfor
}

impl ToCss for LonghandId {
    #[inline]
    fn to_css<W>(&self, dest: &mut CssWriter<W>) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        dest.write_str(self.name())
    }
}

impl fmt::Debug for LonghandId {
    fn fmt(&self, formatter: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
        formatter.write_str(self.name())
    }
}

impl LonghandId {
    /// Get the name of this longhand property.
    #[inline]
    pub fn name(&self) -> &'static str {
        NonCustomPropertyId::from(*self).name()
    }

    /// Returns whether the longhand property is inherited by default.
    #[inline]
    pub fn inherited(self) -> bool {
        !LonghandIdSet::reset().contains(self)
    }

    fn shorthands(&self) -> NonCustomPropertyIterator<ShorthandId> {
        // first generate longhand to shorthands lookup map
        //
        // NOTE(emilio): This currently doesn't exclude the "all" shorthand. It
        // could potentially do so, which would speed up serialization
        // algorithms and what not, I guess.
        <%
            longhand_to_shorthand_map = {}
            num_sub_properties = {}
            for shorthand in data.shorthands:
                num_sub_properties[shorthand.camel_case] = len(shorthand.sub_properties)
                for sub_property in shorthand.sub_properties:
                    if sub_property.ident not in longhand_to_shorthand_map:
                        longhand_to_shorthand_map[sub_property.ident] = []

                    longhand_to_shorthand_map[sub_property.ident].append(shorthand.camel_case)

            def preferred_order(x, y):
                # Since we want properties in order from most subproperties to least,
                # reverse the arguments to cmp from the expected order.
                result = cmp(num_sub_properties.get(y, 0), num_sub_properties.get(x, 0))
                if result:
                    return result
                # Fall back to lexicographic comparison.
                return cmp(x, y)

            # Sort the lists of shorthand properties according to preferred order:
            # https://drafts.csswg.org/cssom/#concept-shorthands-preferred-order
            for shorthand_list in longhand_to_shorthand_map.itervalues():
                shorthand_list.sort(cmp=preferred_order)
        %>

        // based on lookup results for each longhand, create result arrays
        % for property in data.longhands:
            static ${property.ident.upper()}: &'static [ShorthandId] = &[
                % for shorthand in longhand_to_shorthand_map.get(property.ident, []):
                    ShorthandId::${shorthand},
                % endfor
            ];
        % endfor

        NonCustomPropertyIterator {
            filter: NonCustomPropertyId::from(*self).enabled_for_all_content(),
            iter: match *self {
                % for property in data.longhands:
                    LonghandId::${property.camel_case} => ${property.ident.upper()},
                % endfor
            }.iter(),
        }
    }

    // TODO(emilio): Should we use a function table like CASCADE_PROPERTY does
    // to avoid blowing up code-size here?
    fn parse_value<'i, 't>(
        &self,
        context: &ParserContext,
        input: &mut Parser<'i, 't>,
    ) -> Result<PropertyDeclaration, ParseError<'i>> {
        match *self {
            % for property in data.longhands:
                LonghandId::${property.camel_case} => {
                    longhands::${property.ident}::parse_declared(context, input)
                }
            % endfor
        }
    }

    /// Returns whether this property is animatable.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_animatable(self) -> bool {
        LonghandIdSet::animatable().contains(self)
    }

    /// Returns whether this property is animatable in a discrete way.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_discrete_animatable(self) -> bool {
        LonghandIdSet::discrete_animatable().contains(self)
    }

    /// Converts from a LonghandId to an adequate nsCSSPropertyID.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_nscsspropertyid(self) -> nsCSSPropertyID {
        NonCustomPropertyId::from(self).to_nscsspropertyid()
    }

    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[allow(non_upper_case_globals)]
    /// Returns a longhand id from Gecko's nsCSSPropertyID.
    pub fn from_nscsspropertyid(id: nsCSSPropertyID) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        match PropertyId::from_nscsspropertyid(id) {
            Ok(PropertyId::Longhand(id)) |
            Ok(PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _)) => Ok(id),
            _ => Err(()),
        }
    }

    /// Return whether this property is logical.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_logical(self) -> bool {
        LonghandIdSet::logical().contains(self)
    }

    /// If this is a logical property, return the corresponding physical one in
    /// the given writing mode.
    ///
    /// Otherwise, return unchanged.
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_physical(&self, wm: WritingMode) -> Self {
        match *self {
            % for property in data.longhands:
            % if property.logical:
                <% logical_group = property.logical_group %>
                LonghandId::${property.camel_case} => {
                    <%helpers:logical_setter_helper name="${property.name}">
                    <%def name="inner(physical_ident)">
                        <%
                            physical_name = physical_ident.replace("_", "-")
                            physical_property = data.longhands_by_name[physical_name]
                            assert logical_group == physical_property.logical_group
                        %>
                        LonghandId::${to_camel_case(physical_ident)}
                    </%def>
                    </%helpers:logical_setter_helper>
                }
            % endif
            % endfor
            _ => *self
        }
    }

    /// Return the logical group of this longhand property.
    pub fn logical_group(&self) -> Option<LogicalGroup> {
        const LOGICAL_GROUPS: [Option<LogicalGroup>; ${len(data.longhands)}] = [
            % for prop in data.longhands:
            % if prop.logical_group:
            Some(LogicalGroup::${to_camel_case(prop.logical_group)}),
            % else:
            None,
            % endif
            % endfor
        ];
        LOGICAL_GROUPS[*self as usize]
    }

    /// Returns PropertyFlags for given longhand property.
    #[inline(always)]
    pub fn flags(self) -> PropertyFlags {
        // TODO(emilio): This can be simplified further as Rust gains more
        // constant expression support.
        const FLAGS: [u16; ${len(data.longhands)}] = [
            % for property in data.longhands:
                % for flag in property.flags + restriction_flags(property):
                    PropertyFlags::${flag}.bits |
                % endfor
                0,
            % endfor
        ];
        PropertyFlags::from_bits_truncate(FLAGS[self as usize])
    }

    /// Only a few properties are allowed to depend on the visited state of
    /// links. When cascading visited styles, we can save time by only
    /// processing these properties.
    fn is_visited_dependent(&self) -> bool {
        matches!(*self,
            % if engine == "gecko":
            LonghandId::ColumnRuleColor |
            LonghandId::TextEmphasisColor |
            LonghandId::WebkitTextFillColor |
            LonghandId::WebkitTextStrokeColor |
            LonghandId::TextDecorationColor |
            LonghandId::Fill |
            LonghandId::Stroke |
            LonghandId::CaretColor |
            % endif
            % if engine in ["gecko", "servo-2013"]:
            LonghandId::BackgroundColor |
            LonghandId::BorderTopColor |
            LonghandId::BorderRightColor |
            LonghandId::BorderBottomColor |
            LonghandId::BorderLeftColor |
            LonghandId::OutlineColor |
            % endif
            LonghandId::Color
        )
    }

    /// Returns true if the property is one that is ignored when document
    /// colors are disabled.
    #[inline]
    fn ignored_when_document_colors_disabled(self) -> bool {
        LonghandIdSet::ignored_when_colors_disabled().contains(self)
    }

    /// The computed value of some properties depends on the (sometimes
    /// computed) value of *other* properties.
    ///
    /// So we classify properties into "early" and "other", such that the only
    /// dependencies can be from "other" to "early".
    ///
    /// Unfortunately, it’s not easy to check that this classification is
    /// correct.
    fn is_early_property(&self) -> bool {
        matches!(*self,
            % if engine == "gecko":

            // Needed to properly compute the writing mode, to resolve logical
            // properties, and similar stuff. In this block instead of along
            // `WritingMode` and `Direction` just for convenience, since it's
            // Gecko-only (for now at least).
            //
            // see WritingMode::new.
            LonghandId::TextOrientation |

            // Needed to properly compute the zoomed font-size.
            //
            // FIXME(emilio): This could probably just be a cascade flag like
            // IN_SVG_SUBTREE or such, and we could nuke this property.
            LonghandId::XTextZoom |

            // Needed to do font-size computation in a language-dependent way.
            LonghandId::XLang |
            // Needed for ruby to respect language-dependent min-font-size
            // preferences properly, see bug 1165538.
            LonghandId::MozMinFontSizeRatio |

            // Needed to do font-size for MathML. :(
            LonghandId::MozScriptLevel |
            % endif

            % if engine in ["gecko", "servo-2013"]:
            // Needed to compute the first available font, in order to
            // compute font-relative units correctly.
            LonghandId::FontSize |
            LonghandId::FontWeight |
            LonghandId::FontStretch |
            LonghandId::FontStyle |
            % endif
            LonghandId::FontFamily |

            // Needed to properly compute the writing mode, to resolve logical
            // properties, and similar stuff.
            LonghandId::WritingMode |
            LonghandId::Direction
        )
    }
}

/// An iterator over all the property ids that are enabled for a given
/// shorthand, if that shorthand is enabled for all content too.
pub struct NonCustomPropertyIterator<Item: 'static> {
    filter: bool,
    iter: std::slice::Iter<'static, Item>,
}

impl<Item> Iterator for NonCustomPropertyIterator<Item>
where
    Item: 'static + Copy + Into<NonCustomPropertyId>,
{
    type Item = Item;

    fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
        loop {
            let id = *self.iter.next()?;
            if !self.filter || id.into().enabled_for_all_content() {
                return Some(id)
            }
        }
    }
}

/// An identifier for a given shorthand property.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, Eq, Hash, MallocSizeOf, PartialEq, ToShmem)]
#[repr(u16)]
pub enum ShorthandId {
    % for i, property in enumerate(data.shorthands):
        /// ${property.name}
        ${property.camel_case} = ${i},
    % endfor
}

impl ToCss for ShorthandId {
    #[inline]
    fn to_css<W>(&self, dest: &mut CssWriter<W>) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        dest.write_str(self.name())
    }
}

impl ShorthandId {
    /// Get the name for this shorthand property.
    #[inline]
    pub fn name(&self) -> &'static str {
        NonCustomPropertyId::from(*self).name()
    }

    /// Converts from a ShorthandId to an adequate nsCSSPropertyID.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_nscsspropertyid(self) -> nsCSSPropertyID {
        NonCustomPropertyId::from(self).to_nscsspropertyid()
    }

    /// Converts from a nsCSSPropertyID to a ShorthandId.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn from_nscsspropertyid(prop: nsCSSPropertyID) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        PropertyId::from_nscsspropertyid(prop)?.as_shorthand().map_err(|_| ())
    }

    /// Get the longhand ids that form this shorthand.
    pub fn longhands(&self) -> NonCustomPropertyIterator<LonghandId> {
        % for property in data.shorthands:
            static ${property.ident.upper()}: &'static [LonghandId] = &[
                % for sub in property.sub_properties:
                    LonghandId::${sub.camel_case},
                % endfor
            ];
        % endfor
        NonCustomPropertyIterator {
            filter: NonCustomPropertyId::from(*self).enabled_for_all_content(),
            iter: match *self {
                % for property in data.shorthands:
                    ShorthandId::${property.camel_case} => ${property.ident.upper()},
                % endfor
            }.iter()
        }
    }

    /// Try to serialize the given declarations as this shorthand.
    ///
    /// Returns an error if writing to the stream fails, or if the declarations
    /// do not map to a shorthand.
    pub fn longhands_to_css<'a, W, I>(
        &self,
        declarations: I,
        dest: &mut CssWriter<W>,
    ) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
        I: Iterator<Item=&'a PropertyDeclaration>,
    {
        match *self {
            ShorthandId::All => {
                // No need to try to serialize the declarations as the 'all'
                // shorthand, since it only accepts CSS-wide keywords (and
                // variable references), which will be handled in
                // get_shorthand_appendable_value.
                Err(fmt::Error)
            }
            % for property in data.shorthands_except_all():
                ShorthandId::${property.camel_case} => {
                    match shorthands::${property.ident}::LonghandsToSerialize::from_iter(declarations) {
                        Ok(longhands) => longhands.to_css(dest),
                        Err(_) => Err(fmt::Error)
                    }
                },
            % endfor
        }
    }

    /// Finds and returns an appendable value for the given declarations.
    ///
    /// Returns the optional appendable value.
    pub fn get_shorthand_appendable_value<'a, I>(
        self,
        declarations: I,
    ) -> Option<AppendableValue<'a, I::IntoIter>>
    where
        I: IntoIterator<Item=&'a PropertyDeclaration>,
        I::IntoIter: Clone,
    {
        let declarations = declarations.into_iter();

        // Only cloning iterators (a few pointers each) not declarations.
        let mut declarations2 = declarations.clone();
        let mut declarations3 = declarations.clone();

        let first_declaration = declarations2.next()?;

        // https://drafts.csswg.org/css-variables/#variables-in-shorthands
        if let Some(css) = first_declaration.with_variables_from_shorthand(self) {
            if declarations2.all(|d| d.with_variables_from_shorthand(self) == Some(css)) {
               return Some(AppendableValue::Css {
                   css: CssStringBorrow::from(css),
                   with_variables: true,
               });
            }
            return None;
        }

        // Check whether they are all the same CSS-wide keyword.
        if let Some(keyword) = first_declaration.get_css_wide_keyword() {
            if declarations2.all(|d| d.get_css_wide_keyword() == Some(keyword)) {
                return Some(AppendableValue::Css {
                    css: CssStringBorrow::from(keyword.to_str()),
                    with_variables: false,
                });
            }
            return None;
        }

        // Check whether all declarations can be serialized as part of shorthand.
        if declarations3.all(|d| d.may_serialize_as_part_of_shorthand()) {
            return Some(AppendableValue::DeclarationsForShorthand(self, declarations));
        }

        None
    }

    /// Returns PropertyFlags for the given shorthand property.
    #[inline]
    pub fn flags(self) -> PropertyFlags {
        const FLAGS: [u16; ${len(data.shorthands)}] = [
            % for property in data.shorthands:
                % for flag in property.flags:
                    PropertyFlags::${flag}.bits |
                % endfor
                0,
            % endfor
        ];
        PropertyFlags::from_bits_truncate(FLAGS[self as usize])
    }

    /// Returns whether this property is a legacy shorthand.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_legacy_shorthand(self) -> bool {
        self.flags().contains(PropertyFlags::IS_LEGACY_SHORTHAND)
    }

    /// Returns the order in which this property appears relative to other
    /// shorthands in idl-name-sorting order.
    #[inline]
    pub fn idl_name_sort_order(self) -> u32 {
        <%
            from data import to_idl_name
            ordered = {}
            sorted_shorthands = sorted(data.shorthands, key=lambda p: to_idl_name(p.ident))
            for order, shorthand in enumerate(sorted_shorthands):
                ordered[shorthand.ident] = order
        %>
        static IDL_NAME_SORT_ORDER: [u32; ${len(data.shorthands)}] = [
            % for property in data.shorthands:
            ${ordered[property.ident]},
            % endfor
        ];
        IDL_NAME_SORT_ORDER[self as usize]
    }

    fn parse_into<'i, 't>(
        &self,
        declarations: &mut SourcePropertyDeclaration,
        context: &ParserContext,
        input: &mut Parser<'i, 't>,
    ) -> Result<(), ParseError<'i>> {
        match *self {
            % for shorthand in data.shorthands_except_all():
                ShorthandId::${shorthand.camel_case} => {
                    shorthands::${shorthand.ident}::parse_into(declarations, context, input)
                }
            % endfor
            // 'all' accepts no value other than CSS-wide keywords
            ShorthandId::All => Err(input.new_custom_error(StyleParseErrorKind::UnspecifiedError))
        }
    }
}

/// An unparsed property value that contains `var()` functions.
#[derive(Debug, Eq, PartialEq, ToShmem)]
pub struct UnparsedValue {
    /// The css serialization for this value.
    css: String,
    /// The first token type for this serialization.
    first_token_type: TokenSerializationType,
    /// The url data for resolving url values.
    url_data: UrlExtraData,
    /// The shorthand this came from.
    from_shorthand: Option<ShorthandId>,
}

impl ToCss for UnparsedValue {
    fn to_css<W>(&self, dest: &mut CssWriter<W>) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        // https://drafts.csswg.org/css-variables/#variables-in-shorthands
        if self.from_shorthand.is_none() {
            dest.write_str(&*self.css)?;
        }
        Ok(())
    }
}

impl UnparsedValue {
    fn substitute_variables(
        &self,
        longhand_id: LonghandId,
        custom_properties: Option<<&Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>>,
        quirks_mode: QuirksMode,
        environment: &::custom_properties::CssEnvironment,
    ) -> PropertyDeclaration {
        let invalid_at_computed_value_time = || {
            let keyword = if longhand_id.inherited() {
                CSSWideKeyword::Inherit
            } else {
                CSSWideKeyword::Initial
            };
            PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(WideKeywordDeclaration {
                id: longhand_id,
                keyword,
            })
        };

        let css = match crate::custom_properties::substitute(
            &self.css,
            self.first_token_type,
            custom_properties,
            environment,
        ) {
            Ok(css) => css,
            Err(..) => return invalid_at_computed_value_time(),
        };

        // As of this writing, only the base URL is used for property
        // values.
        //
        // NOTE(emilio): we intentionally pase `None` as the rule type here.
        // If something starts depending on it, it's probably a bug, since
        // it'd change how values are parsed depending on whether we're in a
        // @keyframes rule or not, for example... So think twice about
        // whether you want to do this!
        //
        // FIXME(emilio): ParsingMode is slightly fishy...
        let context = ParserContext::new(
            Origin::Author,
            &self.url_data,
            None,
            ParsingMode::DEFAULT,
            quirks_mode,
            None,
            None,
        );

        let mut input = ParserInput::new(&css);
        let mut input = Parser::new(&mut input);
        input.skip_whitespace();  // Unnecessary for correctness, but may help try() rewind less.
        if let Ok(keyword) = input.try(CSSWideKeyword::parse) {
            return PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(WideKeywordDeclaration {
                id: longhand_id,
                keyword,
            });
        }

        let declaration = input.parse_entirely(|input| {
            match self.from_shorthand {
                None => longhand_id.parse_value(&context, input),
                Some(ShorthandId::All) => {
                    // No need to parse the 'all' shorthand as anything other
                    // than a CSS-wide keyword, after variable substitution.
                    Err(input.new_custom_error(SelectorParseErrorKind::UnexpectedIdent("all".into())))
                }
                % for shorthand in data.shorthands_except_all():
                Some(ShorthandId::${shorthand.camel_case}) => {
                    shorthands::${shorthand.ident}::parse_value(&context, input)
                    .map(|longhands| {
                        match longhand_id {
                            % for property in shorthand.sub_properties:
                                LonghandId::${property.camel_case} => {
                                    PropertyDeclaration::${property.camel_case}(
                                        longhands.${property.ident}
                                    )
                                }
                            % endfor
                            _ => unreachable!()
                        }
                    })
                }
                % endfor
            }
        });

        match declaration {
            Ok(decl) => decl,
            Err(..) => invalid_at_computed_value_time(),
        }
    }
}

/// An identifier for a given property declaration, which can be either a
/// longhand or a custom property.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, PartialEq)]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "servo", derive(MallocSizeOf))]
pub enum PropertyDeclarationId<'a> {
    /// A longhand.
    Longhand(LonghandId),
    /// A custom property declaration.
    Custom(&'a crate::custom_properties::Name),
}

impl<'a> ToCss for PropertyDeclarationId<'a> {
    fn to_css<W>(&self, dest: &mut CssWriter<W>) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => dest.write_str(id.name()),
            PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(ref name) => {
                dest.write_str("--")?;
                serialize_atom_name(name, dest)
            }
        }
    }
}

impl<'a> PropertyDeclarationId<'a> {
    /// Whether a given declaration id is either the same as `other`, or a
    /// longhand of it.
    pub fn is_or_is_longhand_of(&self, other: &PropertyId) -> bool {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => {
                match *other {
                    PropertyId::Longhand(other_id) |
                    PropertyId::LonghandAlias(other_id, _) => id == other_id,
                    PropertyId::Shorthand(shorthand) |
                    PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(shorthand, _) => self.is_longhand_of(shorthand),
                    PropertyId::Custom(_) => false,
                }
            }
            PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(name) => {
                matches!(*other, PropertyId::Custom(ref other_name) if name == other_name)
            }
        }
    }

    /// Whether a given declaration id is a longhand belonging to this
    /// shorthand.
    pub fn is_longhand_of(&self, shorthand: ShorthandId) -> bool {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(ref id) => id.shorthands().any(|s| s == shorthand),
            _ => false,
        }
    }

    /// Returns the name of the property without CSS escaping.
    pub fn name(&self) -> Cow<'static, str> {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => id.name().into(),
            PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(name) => {
                let mut s = String::new();
                write!(&mut s, "--{}", name).unwrap();
                s.into()
            }
        }
    }

    /// Returns longhand id if it is, None otherwise.
    #[inline]
    pub fn as_longhand(&self) -> Option<LonghandId> {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => Some(id),
            _ => None,
        }
    }
}

/// Servo's representation of a CSS property, that is, either a longhand, a
/// shorthand, or a custom property.
#[derive(Clone, Eq, PartialEq)]
pub enum PropertyId {
    /// A longhand property.
    Longhand(LonghandId),
    /// A shorthand property.
    Shorthand(ShorthandId),
    /// An alias for a longhand property.
    LonghandAlias(LonghandId, AliasId),
    /// An alias for a shorthand property.
    ShorthandAlias(ShorthandId, AliasId),
    /// A custom property.
    Custom(crate::custom_properties::Name),
}

impl fmt::Debug for PropertyId {
    fn fmt(&self, formatter: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
        self.to_css(&mut CssWriter::new(formatter))
    }
}

impl ToCss for PropertyId {
    fn to_css<W>(&self, dest: &mut CssWriter<W>) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        match *self {
            PropertyId::Longhand(id) => dest.write_str(id.name()),
            PropertyId::Shorthand(id) => dest.write_str(id.name()),
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _) => dest.write_str(id.name()),
            PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(id, _) => dest.write_str(id.name()),
            PropertyId::Custom(ref name) => {
                dest.write_str("--")?;
                serialize_atom_name(name, dest)
            }
        }
    }
}

impl PropertyId {
    /// Return the longhand id that this property id represents.
    #[inline]
    pub fn longhand_id(&self) -> Option<LonghandId> {
        Some(match *self {
            PropertyId::Longhand(id) => id,
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _) => id,
            _ => return None,
        })
    }

    /// Returns a given property from the string `s`.
    ///
    /// Returns Err(()) for unknown non-custom properties.
    fn parse_unchecked(property_name: &str) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        ascii_case_insensitive_phf_map! {
            property_id -> PropertyId = {
                % for (kind, properties) in [("Longhand", data.longhands), ("Shorthand", data.shorthands)]:
                % for property in properties:
                "${property.name}" => PropertyId::${kind}(${kind}Id::${property.camel_case}),
                % for alias in property.alias:
                "${alias.name}" => {
                    PropertyId::${kind}Alias(
                        ${kind}Id::${property.camel_case},
                        AliasId::${alias.camel_case},
                    )
                },
                % endfor
                % endfor
                % endfor
            }
        }

        if let Some(id) = property_id(property_name) {
            return Ok(id.clone())
        }

        let name = crate::custom_properties::parse_name(property_name)?;
        Ok(PropertyId::Custom(crate::custom_properties::Name::from(name)))
    }

    /// Parses a property name, and returns an error if it's unknown or isn't
    /// enabled for all content.
    #[inline]
    pub fn parse_enabled_for_all_content(name: &str) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        let id = Self::parse_unchecked(name)?;

        if !id.enabled_for_all_content() {
            return Err(());
        }

        Ok(id)
    }


    /// Parses a property name, and returns an error if it's unknown or isn't
    /// allowed in this context.
    #[inline]
    pub fn parse(name: &str, context: &ParserContext) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        let id = Self::parse_unchecked(name)?;

        if !id.allowed_in(context) {
            return Err(());
        }

        Ok(id)
    }

    /// Parses a property name, and returns an error if it's unknown or isn't
    /// allowed in this context, ignoring the rule_type checks.
    ///
    /// This is useful for parsing stuff from CSS values, for example.
    #[inline]
    pub fn parse_ignoring_rule_type(
        name: &str,
        context: &ParserContext,
    ) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        let id = Self::parse_unchecked(name)?;

        if !id.allowed_in_ignoring_rule_type(context) {
            return Err(());
        }

        Ok(id)
    }

    /// Returns a property id from Gecko's nsCSSPropertyID.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[allow(non_upper_case_globals)]
    #[inline]
    pub fn from_nscsspropertyid(id: nsCSSPropertyID) -> Result<Self, ()> {
        Ok(NonCustomPropertyId::from_nscsspropertyid(id)?.to_property_id())
    }

    /// Returns true if the property is a shorthand or shorthand alias.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_shorthand(&self) -> bool {
        self.as_shorthand().is_ok()
    }

    /// Given this property id, get it either as a shorthand or as a
    /// `PropertyDeclarationId`.
    pub fn as_shorthand(&self) -> Result<ShorthandId, PropertyDeclarationId> {
        match *self {
            PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(id, _) |
            PropertyId::Shorthand(id) => Ok(id),
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _) |
            PropertyId::Longhand(id) => Err(PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id)),
            PropertyId::Custom(ref name) => Err(PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(name)),
        }
    }

    /// Returns the `NonCustomPropertyId` corresponding to this property id.
    pub fn non_custom_id(&self) -> Option<NonCustomPropertyId> {
        Some(match *self {
            PropertyId::Custom(_) => return None,
            PropertyId::Shorthand(shorthand_id) => shorthand_id.into(),
            PropertyId::Longhand(longhand_id) => longhand_id.into(),
            PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(_, alias_id) => alias_id.into(),
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(_, alias_id) => alias_id.into(),
        })
    }

    /// Returns non-alias NonCustomPropertyId corresponding to this
    /// property id.
    fn non_custom_non_alias_id(&self) -> Option<NonCustomPropertyId> {
        Some(match *self {
            PropertyId::Custom(_) => return None,
            PropertyId::Shorthand(id) => id.into(),
            PropertyId::Longhand(id) => id.into(),
            PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(id, _) => id.into(),
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _) => id.into(),
        })
    }

    /// Whether the property is enabled for all content regardless of the
    /// stylesheet it was declared on (that is, in practice only checks prefs).
    #[inline]
    pub fn enabled_for_all_content(&self) -> bool {
        let id = match self.non_custom_id() {
            // Custom properties are allowed everywhere
            None => return true,
            Some(id) => id,
        };

        id.enabled_for_all_content()
    }

    /// Converts this PropertyId in nsCSSPropertyID, resolving aliases to the
    /// resolved property, and returning eCSSPropertyExtra_variable for custom
    /// properties.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_nscsspropertyid_resolving_aliases(&self) -> nsCSSPropertyID {
        match self.non_custom_non_alias_id() {
            Some(id) => id.to_nscsspropertyid(),
            None => nsCSSPropertyID::eCSSPropertyExtra_variable,
        }
    }

    fn allowed_in(&self, context: &ParserContext) -> bool {
        let id = match self.non_custom_id() {
            // Custom properties are allowed everywhere
            None => return true,
            Some(id) => id,
        };
        id.allowed_in(context)
    }

    #[inline]
    fn allowed_in_ignoring_rule_type(&self, context: &ParserContext) -> bool {
        let id = match self.non_custom_id() {
            // Custom properties are allowed everywhere
            None => return true,
            Some(id) => id,
        };
        id.allowed_in_ignoring_rule_type(context)
    }

    /// Whether the property supports the given CSS type.
    /// `ty` should a bitflags of constants in style_traits::CssType.
    pub fn supports_type(&self, ty: u8) -> bool {
        let id = self.non_custom_non_alias_id();
        id.map_or(0, |id| id.supported_types()) & ty != 0
    }

    /// Collect supported starting word of values of this property.
    ///
    /// See style_traits::SpecifiedValueInfo::collect_completion_keywords for more
    /// details.
    pub fn collect_property_completion_keywords(&self, f: KeywordsCollectFn) {
        if let Some(id) = self.non_custom_non_alias_id() {
            id.collect_property_completion_keywords(f);
        }
        CSSWideKeyword::collect_completion_keywords(f);
    }
}

/// A declaration using a CSS-wide keyword.
#[cfg_attr(feature = "gecko", derive(MallocSizeOf))]
#[derive(Clone, PartialEq, ToCss, ToShmem)]
pub struct WideKeywordDeclaration {
    #[css(skip)]
    id: LonghandId,
    keyword: CSSWideKeyword,
}

/// An unparsed declaration that contains `var()` functions.
#[cfg_attr(feature = "gecko", derive(MallocSizeOf))]
#[derive(Clone, PartialEq, ToCss, ToShmem)]
pub struct VariableDeclaration {
    #[css(skip)]
    id: LonghandId,
    #[cfg_attr(feature = "gecko", ignore_malloc_size_of = "XXX: how to handle this?")]
    value: Arc<UnparsedValue>,
}

/// A custom property declaration value is either an unparsed value or a CSS
/// wide-keyword.
#[derive(Clone, PartialEq, ToCss, ToShmem)]
pub enum CustomDeclarationValue {
    /// A value.
    Value(Arc<crate::custom_properties::SpecifiedValue>),
    /// A wide keyword.
    CSSWideKeyword(CSSWideKeyword),
}

/// A custom property declaration with the property name and the declared value.
#[cfg_attr(feature = "gecko", derive(MallocSizeOf))]
#[derive(Clone, PartialEq, ToCss, ToShmem)]
pub struct CustomDeclaration {
    /// The name of the custom property.
    #[css(skip)]
    pub name: crate::custom_properties::Name,
    /// The value of the custom property.
    #[cfg_attr(feature = "gecko", ignore_malloc_size_of = "XXX: how to handle this?")]
    pub value: CustomDeclarationValue,
}

impl fmt::Debug for PropertyDeclaration {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
        self.id().to_css(&mut CssWriter::new(f))?;
        f.write_str(": ")?;

        // Because PropertyDeclaration::to_css requires CssStringWriter, we can't write
        // it directly to f, and need to allocate an intermediate string. This is
        // fine for debug-only code.
        let mut s = CssString::new();
        self.to_css(&mut s)?;
        write!(f, "{}", s)
    }
}

impl PropertyDeclaration {
    /// Given a property declaration, return the property declaration id.
    #[inline]
    pub fn id(&self) -> PropertyDeclarationId {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::Custom(ref declaration) => {
                return PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(&declaration.name)
            }
            PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(ref declaration) => {
                return PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(declaration.id);
            }
            PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(ref declaration) => {
                return PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(declaration.id);
            }
            _ => {}
        }
        // This is just fine because PropertyDeclaration and LonghandId
        // have corresponding discriminants.
        let id = unsafe { *(self as *const _ as *const LonghandId) };
        debug_assert_eq!(id, match *self {
            % for property in data.longhands:
            PropertyDeclaration::${property.camel_case}(..) => LonghandId::${property.camel_case},
            % endfor
            _ => id,
        });
        PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id)
    }

    /// Given a declaration, convert it into a declaration for a corresponding
    /// physical property.
    #[inline]
    pub fn to_physical(&self, wm: WritingMode) -> Self {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(VariableDeclaration {
                id,
                ref value,
            }) => {
                return PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(VariableDeclaration {
                    id: id.to_physical(wm),
                    value: value.clone(),
                })
            }
            PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(WideKeywordDeclaration {
                id,
                keyword,
            }) => {
                return PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(WideKeywordDeclaration {
                    id: id.to_physical(wm),
                    keyword,
                })
            }
            PropertyDeclaration::Custom(..) => return self.clone(),
            % for prop in data.longhands:
            PropertyDeclaration::${prop.camel_case}(..) => {},
            % endfor
        }

        let mut ret = self.clone();

        % for prop in data.longhands:
        % if prop.logical:
        % for physical_property in prop.all_physical_mapped_properties():
        % if data.longhands_by_name[physical_property].specified_type() != prop.specified_type():
            <% raise "Logical property %s should share specified value with physical property %s" % \
                     (prop.name, physical_property) %>
        % endif
        % endfor
        % endif
        % endfor

        unsafe {
            let longhand_id = *(&mut ret as *mut _ as *mut LonghandId);

            debug_assert_eq!(
                PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(longhand_id),
                ret.id()
            );

            // This is just fine because PropertyDeclaration and LonghandId
            // have corresponding discriminants.
            *(&mut ret as *mut _ as *mut LonghandId) = longhand_id.to_physical(wm);

            debug_assert_eq!(
                PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(longhand_id.to_physical(wm)),
                ret.id()
            );
        }

        ret
    }

    fn with_variables_from_shorthand(&self, shorthand: ShorthandId) -> Option< &str> {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(ref declaration) => {
                let s = declaration.value.from_shorthand?;
                if s != shorthand {
                    return None;
                }
                Some(&*declaration.value.css)
            },
            _ => None,
        }
    }

    /// Returns a CSS-wide keyword if the declaration's value is one.
    #[inline]
    pub fn get_css_wide_keyword(&self) -> Option<CSSWideKeyword> {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(ref declaration) => {
                Some(declaration.keyword)
            },
            _ => None,
        }
    }

    /// Returns whether or not the property is set by a system font
    pub fn get_system(&self) -> Option<SystemFont> {
        match *self {
            % if engine == "gecko":
            % for prop in SYSTEM_FONT_LONGHANDS:
                PropertyDeclaration::${to_camel_case(prop)}(ref prop) => {
                    prop.get_system()
                }
            % endfor
            % endif
            _ => None,
        }
    }

    /// Is it the default value of line-height?
    pub fn is_default_line_height(&self) -> bool {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::LineHeight(LineHeight::Normal) => true,
            _ => false
        }
    }

    /// Returns whether the declaration may be serialized as part of a shorthand.
    ///
    /// This method returns false if this declaration contains variable or has a
    /// CSS-wide keyword value, since these values cannot be serialized as part
    /// of a shorthand.
    ///
    /// Caller should check `with_variables_from_shorthand()` and whether all
    /// needed declarations has the same CSS-wide keyword first.
    ///
    /// Note that, serialization of a shorthand may still fail because of other
    /// property-specific requirement even when this method returns true for all
    /// the longhand declarations.
    pub fn may_serialize_as_part_of_shorthand(&self) -> bool {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(..) |
            PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(..) => false,
            PropertyDeclaration::Custom(..) =>
                unreachable!("Serializing a custom property as part of shorthand?"),
            _ => true,
        }
    }

    /// Return whether the value is stored as it was in the CSS source,
    /// preserving whitespace (as opposed to being parsed into a more abstract
    /// data structure).
    ///
    /// This is the case of custom properties and values that contain
    /// unsubstituted variables.
    pub fn value_is_unparsed(&self) -> bool {
        match *self {
            PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(..) => true,
            PropertyDeclaration::Custom(ref declaration) => {
                matches!(declaration.value, CustomDeclarationValue::Value(..))
            }
            _ => false,
        }
    }

    /// Returns true if this property declaration is for one of the animatable
    /// properties.
    pub fn is_animatable(&self) -> bool {
        match self.id() {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => id.is_animatable(),
            PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(..) => false,
        }
    }

    /// Returns true if this property is a custom property, false
    /// otherwise.
    pub fn is_custom(&self) -> bool {
        matches!(*self, PropertyDeclaration::Custom(..))
    }

    /// The `context` parameter controls this:
    ///
    /// <https://drafts.csswg.org/css-animations/#keyframes>
    /// > The <declaration-list> inside of <keyframe-block> accepts any CSS property
    /// > except those defined in this specification,
    /// > but does accept the `animation-play-state` property and interprets it specially.
    ///
    /// This will not actually parse Importance values, and will always set things
    /// to Importance::Normal. Parsing Importance values is the job of PropertyDeclarationParser,
    /// we only set them here so that we don't have to reallocate
    pub fn parse_into<'i, 't>(
        declarations: &mut SourcePropertyDeclaration,
        id: PropertyId,
        context: &ParserContext,
        input: &mut Parser<'i, 't>,
    ) -> Result<(), ParseError<'i>> {
        assert!(declarations.is_empty());
        debug_assert!(id.allowed_in(context), "{:?}", id);

        let non_custom_id = id.non_custom_id();
        let start = input.state();
        match id {
            PropertyId::Custom(property_name) => {
                // FIXME: fully implement https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/774
                // before adding skip_whitespace here.
                // This probably affects some test results.
                let value = match input.try(CSSWideKeyword::parse) {
                    Ok(keyword) => CustomDeclarationValue::CSSWideKeyword(keyword),
                    Err(()) => CustomDeclarationValue::Value(
                        crate::custom_properties::SpecifiedValue::parse(input)?
                    ),
                };
                declarations.push(PropertyDeclaration::Custom(CustomDeclaration {
                    name: property_name,
                    value,
                }));
                return Ok(());
            }
            PropertyId::LonghandAlias(id, _) |
            PropertyId::Longhand(id) => {
                input.skip_whitespace();  // Unnecessary for correctness, but may help try() rewind less.
                input.try(CSSWideKeyword::parse).map(|keyword| {
                    PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(
                        WideKeywordDeclaration { id, keyword },
                    )
                }).or_else(|()| {
                    input.look_for_var_or_env_functions();
                    input.parse_entirely(|input| id.parse_value(context, input))
                    .or_else(|err| {
                        while let Ok(_) = input.next() {}  // Look for var() after the error.
                        if !input.seen_var_or_env_functions() {
                            return Err(err);
                        }
                        input.reset(&start);
                        let (first_token_type, css) =
                            crate::custom_properties::parse_non_custom_with_var(input)?;
                        Ok(PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(VariableDeclaration {
                            id,
                            value: Arc::new(UnparsedValue {
                                css: css.into_owned(),
                                first_token_type: first_token_type,
                                url_data: context.url_data.clone(),
                                from_shorthand: None,
                            }),
                        }))
                    })
                }).map(|declaration| {
                    declarations.push(declaration)
                })?;
            }
            PropertyId::ShorthandAlias(id, _) |
            PropertyId::Shorthand(id) => {
                input.skip_whitespace();  // Unnecessary for correctness, but may help try() rewind less.
                if let Ok(keyword) = input.try(CSSWideKeyword::parse) {
                    if id == ShorthandId::All {
                        declarations.all_shorthand = AllShorthand::CSSWideKeyword(keyword)
                    } else {
                        for longhand in id.longhands() {
                            declarations.push(PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(
                                WideKeywordDeclaration {
                                    id: longhand,
                                    keyword,
                                },
                            ))
                        }
                    }
                } else {
                    input.look_for_var_or_env_functions();
                    // Not using parse_entirely here: each
                    // ${shorthand.ident}::parse_into function needs to do so
                    // *before* pushing to `declarations`.
                    id.parse_into(declarations, context, input).or_else(|err| {
                        while let Ok(_) = input.next() {}  // Look for var() after the error.
                        if !input.seen_var_or_env_functions() {
                            return Err(err);
                        }

                        input.reset(&start);
                        let (first_token_type, css) =
                            crate::custom_properties::parse_non_custom_with_var(input)?;
                        let unparsed = Arc::new(UnparsedValue {
                            css: css.into_owned(),
                            first_token_type: first_token_type,
                            url_data: context.url_data.clone(),
                            from_shorthand: Some(id),
                        });
                        if id == ShorthandId::All {
                            declarations.all_shorthand = AllShorthand::WithVariables(unparsed)
                        } else {
                            for id in id.longhands() {
                                declarations.push(
                                    PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(VariableDeclaration {
                                        id,
                                        value: unparsed.clone(),
                                    })
                                )
                            }
                        }
                        Ok(())
                    })?;
                }
            }
        }
        debug_assert!(non_custom_id.is_some(), "Custom properties should've returned earlier");
        if let Some(use_counters) = context.use_counters {
            use_counters.non_custom_properties.record(non_custom_id.unwrap());
        }
        Ok(())
    }
}

type SubpropertiesArray<T> =
    [T; ${max(len(s.sub_properties) for s in data.shorthands_except_all()) \
          if data.shorthands_except_all() else 0}];

type SubpropertiesVec<T> = ArrayVec<SubpropertiesArray<T>>;

/// A stack-allocated vector of `PropertyDeclaration`
/// large enough to parse one CSS `key: value` declaration.
/// (Shorthands expand to multiple `PropertyDeclaration`s.)
pub struct SourcePropertyDeclaration {
    declarations: SubpropertiesVec<PropertyDeclaration>,

    /// Stored separately to keep SubpropertiesVec smaller.
    all_shorthand: AllShorthand,
}

impl SourcePropertyDeclaration {
    /// Create one. It’s big, try not to move it around.
    #[inline]
    pub fn new() -> Self {
        SourcePropertyDeclaration {
            declarations: ::arrayvec::ArrayVec::new(),
            all_shorthand: AllShorthand::NotSet,
        }
    }

    /// Create one with a single PropertyDeclaration.
    #[inline]
    pub fn with_one(decl: PropertyDeclaration) -> Self {
        let mut result = Self::new();
        result.declarations.push(decl);
        result
    }

    /// Similar to Vec::drain: leaves this empty when the return value is dropped.
    pub fn drain(&mut self) -> SourcePropertyDeclarationDrain {
        SourcePropertyDeclarationDrain {
            declarations: self.declarations.drain(..),
            all_shorthand: mem::replace(&mut self.all_shorthand, AllShorthand::NotSet),
        }
    }

    /// Reset to initial state
    pub fn clear(&mut self) {
        self.declarations.clear();
        self.all_shorthand = AllShorthand::NotSet;
    }

    fn is_empty(&self) -> bool {
        self.declarations.is_empty() && matches!(self.all_shorthand, AllShorthand::NotSet)
    }

    fn push(&mut self, declaration: PropertyDeclaration) {
        let _result = self.declarations.try_push(declaration);
        debug_assert!(_result.is_ok());
    }
}

/// Return type of SourcePropertyDeclaration::drain
pub struct SourcePropertyDeclarationDrain<'a> {
    declarations: ArrayVecDrain<'a, SubpropertiesArray<PropertyDeclaration>>,
    all_shorthand: AllShorthand,
}

enum AllShorthand {
    NotSet,
    CSSWideKeyword(CSSWideKeyword),
    WithVariables(Arc<UnparsedValue>)
}

impl AllShorthand {
    /// Iterates property declarations from the given all shorthand value.
    #[inline]
    fn declarations(&self) -> AllShorthandDeclarationIterator {
        AllShorthandDeclarationIterator {
            all_shorthand: self,
            longhands: ShorthandId::All.longhands(),
        }
    }
}

struct AllShorthandDeclarationIterator<'a> {
    all_shorthand: &'a AllShorthand,
    longhands: NonCustomPropertyIterator<LonghandId>,
}

impl<'a> Iterator for AllShorthandDeclarationIterator<'a> {
    type Item = PropertyDeclaration;

    #[inline]
    fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
        match *self.all_shorthand {
            AllShorthand::NotSet => None,
            AllShorthand::CSSWideKeyword(ref keyword) => {
                Some(PropertyDeclaration::CSSWideKeyword(
                    WideKeywordDeclaration {
                        id: self.longhands.next()?,
                        keyword: *keyword
                    }
                ))
            }
            AllShorthand::WithVariables(ref unparsed) => {
                Some(PropertyDeclaration::WithVariables(
                    VariableDeclaration {
                        id: self.longhands.next()?,
                        value: unparsed.clone()
                    }
                ))
            }
        }
    }
}

#[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
pub use crate::gecko_properties::style_structs;

/// The module where all the style structs are defined.
#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
pub mod style_structs {
    use fxhash::FxHasher;
    use super::longhands;
    use std::hash::{Hash, Hasher};
    use crate::logical_geometry::WritingMode;
    use crate::media_queries::Device;
    use crate::values::computed::NonNegativeLength;

    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        % if style_struct.name == "Font":
        #[derive(Clone, Debug, MallocSizeOf)]
        % else:
        #[derive(Clone, Debug, MallocSizeOf, PartialEq)]
        % endif
        /// The ${style_struct.name} style struct.
        pub struct ${style_struct.name} {
            % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
                /// The ${longhand.name} computed value.
                pub ${longhand.ident}: longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::T,
            % endfor
            % if style_struct.name == "InheritedText":
                /// The "used" text-decorations that apply to this box.
                ///
                /// FIXME(emilio): This is technically a box-tree concept, and
                /// would be nice to move away from style.
                pub text_decorations_in_effect: crate::values::computed::text::TextDecorationsInEffect,
            % endif
            % if style_struct.name == "Font":
                /// The font hash, used for font caching.
                pub hash: u64,
            % endif
            % if style_struct.name == "Box":
                /// The display value specified by the CSS stylesheets (without any style adjustments),
                /// which is needed for hypothetical layout boxes.
                pub original_display: longhands::display::computed_value::T,
            % endif
        }
        % if style_struct.name == "Font":
        impl PartialEq for Font {
            fn eq(&self, other: &Font) -> bool {
                self.hash == other.hash
                % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
                    && self.${longhand.ident} == other.${longhand.ident}
                % endfor
            }
        }
        % endif

        impl ${style_struct.name} {
            % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
                % if longhand.logical:
                    ${helpers.logical_setter(name=longhand.name)}
                % else:
                    % if longhand.ident == "display":
                        /// Set `display`.
                        ///
                        /// We need to keep track of the original display for hypothetical boxes,
                        /// so we need to special-case this.
                        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                        #[inline]
                        pub fn set_display(&mut self, v: longhands::display::computed_value::T) {
                            self.display = v;
                            self.original_display = v;
                        }
                    % else:
                        /// Set ${longhand.name}.
                        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                        #[inline]
                        pub fn set_${longhand.ident}(&mut self, v: longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::T) {
                            self.${longhand.ident} = v;
                        }
                    % endif
                    % if longhand.ident == "display":
                        /// Set `display` from other struct.
                        ///
                        /// Same as `set_display` above.
                        /// Thus, we need to special-case this.
                        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                        #[inline]
                        pub fn copy_display_from(&mut self, other: &Self) {
                            self.display = other.display.clone();
                            self.original_display = other.display.clone();
                        }
                    % else:
                        /// Set ${longhand.name} from other struct.
                        #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                        #[inline]
                        pub fn copy_${longhand.ident}_from(&mut self, other: &Self) {
                            self.${longhand.ident} = other.${longhand.ident}.clone();
                        }
                    % endif
                    /// Reset ${longhand.name} from the initial struct.
                    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                    #[inline]
                    pub fn reset_${longhand.ident}(&mut self, other: &Self) {
                        self.copy_${longhand.ident}_from(other)
                    }

                    /// Get the computed value for ${longhand.name}.
                    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                    #[inline]
                    pub fn clone_${longhand.ident}(&self) -> longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::T {
                        self.${longhand.ident}.clone()
                    }
                % endif
                % if longhand.need_index:
                    /// If this longhand is indexed, get the number of elements.
                    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                    pub fn ${longhand.ident}_count(&self) -> usize {
                        self.${longhand.ident}.0.len()
                    }

                    /// If this longhand is indexed, get the element at given
                    /// index.
                    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                    pub fn ${longhand.ident}_at(&self, index: usize)
                        -> longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::SingleComputedValue {
                        self.${longhand.ident}.0[index].clone()
                    }
                % endif
            % endfor
            % if style_struct.name == "Border":
                % for side in ["top", "right", "bottom", "left"]:
                    /// Whether the border-${side} property has nonzero width.
                    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                    pub fn border_${side}_has_nonzero_width(&self) -> bool {
                        use crate::Zero;
                        !self.border_${side}_width.is_zero()
                    }
                % endfor
            % elif style_struct.name == "Font":
                /// Computes a font hash in order to be able to cache fonts
                /// effectively in GFX and layout.
                pub fn compute_font_hash(&mut self) {
                    // Corresponds to the fields in
                    // `gfx::font_template::FontTemplateDescriptor`.
                    let mut hasher: FxHasher = Default::default();
                    self.font_weight.hash(&mut hasher);
                    self.font_stretch.hash(&mut hasher);
                    self.font_style.hash(&mut hasher);
                    self.font_family.hash(&mut hasher);
                    self.hash = hasher.finish()
                }

                /// (Servo does not handle MathML, so this just calls copy_font_size_from)
                pub fn inherit_font_size_from(&mut self, parent: &Self,
                                              _: Option<NonNegativeLength>,
                                              _: &Device) {
                    self.copy_font_size_from(parent);
                }
                /// (Servo does not handle MathML, so this just calls set_font_size)
                pub fn apply_font_size(&mut self,
                                       v: longhands::font_size::computed_value::T,
                                       _: &Self,
                                       _: &Device) -> Option<NonNegativeLength> {
                    self.set_font_size(v);
                    None
                }
                /// (Servo does not handle MathML, so this does nothing)
                pub fn apply_unconstrained_font_size(&mut self, _: NonNegativeLength) {
                }

            % elif style_struct.name == "Outline":
                /// Whether the outline-width property is non-zero.
                #[inline]
                pub fn outline_has_nonzero_width(&self) -> bool {
                    use crate::Zero;
                    !self.outline_width.is_zero()
                }
            % elif style_struct.name == "Box":
                /// Sets the display property, but without touching original_display,
                /// except when the adjustment comes from root or item display fixups.
                pub fn set_adjusted_display(
                    &mut self,
                    dpy: longhands::display::computed_value::T,
                    is_item_or_root: bool
                ) {
                    self.display = dpy;
                    if is_item_or_root {
                        self.original_display = dpy;
                    }
                }
            % endif
        }

    % endfor
}

% for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
    impl style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
        % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
            % if longhand.need_index:
                /// Iterate over the values of ${longhand.name}.
                #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                #[inline]
                pub fn ${longhand.ident}_iter(&self) -> ${longhand.camel_case}Iter {
                    ${longhand.camel_case}Iter {
                        style_struct: self,
                        current: 0,
                        max: self.${longhand.ident}_count(),
                    }
                }

                /// Get a value mod `index` for the property ${longhand.name}.
                #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                #[inline]
                pub fn ${longhand.ident}_mod(&self, index: usize)
                    -> longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::SingleComputedValue {
                    self.${longhand.ident}_at(index % self.${longhand.ident}_count())
                }

                /// Clone the computed value for the property.
                #[allow(non_snake_case)]
                #[inline]
                #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
                pub fn clone_${longhand.ident}(
                    &self,
                ) -> longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::T {
                    longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::List(
                        self.${longhand.ident}_iter().collect()
                    )
                }
            % endif
        % endfor

        % if style_struct.name == "Box":
            /// Returns whether there is any animation specified with
            /// animation-name other than `none`.
            pub fn specifies_animations(&self) -> bool {
                self.animation_name_iter().any(|name| name.0.is_some())
            }

            /// Returns whether there are any transitions specified.
            #[cfg(feature = "servo")]
            pub fn specifies_transitions(&self) -> bool {
                self.transition_duration_iter()
                    .take(self.transition_property_count())
                    .any(|t| t.seconds() > 0.)
            }
        % elif style_struct.name == "Column":
            /// Whether this is a multicol style.
            #[cfg(feature = "servo")]
            pub fn is_multicol(&self) -> bool {
                !self.column_width.is_auto() || !self.column_count.is_auto()
            }
        % endif
    }

    % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
        % if longhand.need_index:
            /// An iterator over the values of the ${longhand.name} properties.
            pub struct ${longhand.camel_case}Iter<'a> {
                style_struct: &'a style_structs::${style_struct.name},
                current: usize,
                max: usize,
            }

            impl<'a> Iterator for ${longhand.camel_case}Iter<'a> {
                type Item = longhands::${longhand.ident}::computed_value::SingleComputedValue;

                fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
                    self.current += 1;
                    if self.current <= self.max {
                        Some(self.style_struct.${longhand.ident}_at(self.current - 1))
                    } else {
                        None
                    }
                }
            }
        % endif
    % endfor
% endfor


#[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
pub use crate::gecko_properties::{ComputedValues, ComputedValuesInner};

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "servo", derive(Clone, Debug))]
/// Actual data of ComputedValues, to match up with Gecko
pub struct ComputedValuesInner {
    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        ${style_struct.ident}: Arc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}>,
    % endfor
    custom_properties: Option<Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>>,
    /// The writing mode of this computed values struct.
    pub writing_mode: WritingMode,

    /// A set of flags we use to store misc information regarding this style.
    pub flags: ComputedValueFlags,

    /// The rule node representing the ordered list of rules matched for this
    /// node.  Can be None for default values and text nodes.  This is
    /// essentially an optimization to avoid referencing the root rule node.
    pub rules: Option<StrongRuleNode>,

    /// The element's computed values if visited, only computed if there's a
    /// relevant link for this element. A element's "relevant link" is the
    /// element being matched if it is a link or the nearest ancestor link.
    visited_style: Option<Arc<ComputedValues>>,
}

/// The struct that Servo uses to represent computed values.
///
/// This struct contains an immutable atomically-reference-counted pointer to
/// every kind of style struct.
///
/// When needed, the structs may be copied in order to get mutated.
#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "servo", derive(Clone, Debug))]
pub struct ComputedValues {
    /// The actual computed values
    ///
    /// In Gecko the outer ComputedValues is actually a ComputedStyle, whereas
    /// ComputedValuesInner is the core set of computed values.
    ///
    /// We maintain this distinction in servo to reduce the amount of special
    /// casing.
    inner: ComputedValuesInner,
}

impl ComputedValues {
    /// Returns whether this style's display value is equal to contents.
    pub fn is_display_contents(&self) -> bool {
        self.get_box().clone_display().is_contents()
    }

    /// Gets a reference to the rule node. Panic if no rule node exists.
    pub fn rules(&self) -> &StrongRuleNode {
        self.rules.as_ref().unwrap()
    }

    /// Returns the visited style, if any.
    pub fn visited_style(&self) -> Option<<&ComputedValues> {
        self.visited_style.as_ref().map(|s| &**s)
    }

    /// Returns the visited rules, if applicable.
    pub fn visited_rules(&self) -> Option<<&StrongRuleNode> {
        self.visited_style.as_ref().and_then(|s| s.rules.as_ref())
    }

    /// Gets a reference to the custom properties map (if one exists).
    pub fn custom_properties(&self) -> Option<<&Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>> {
        self.custom_properties.as_ref()
    }

% for prop in data.longhands:
    /// Gets the computed value of a given property.
    #[inline(always)]
    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
    pub fn clone_${prop.ident}(
        &self,
    ) -> longhands::${prop.ident}::computed_value::T {
        self.get_${prop.style_struct.ident.strip("_")}()
        % if prop.logical:
            .clone_${prop.ident}(self.writing_mode)
        % else:
            .clone_${prop.ident}()
        % endif
    }
% endfor

    /// Writes the value of the given longhand as a string in `dest`.
    ///
    /// Note that the value will usually be the computed value, except for
    /// colors, where it's resolved.
    pub fn get_longhand_property_value<W>(
        &self,
        property_id: LonghandId,
        dest: &mut CssWriter<W>
    ) -> fmt::Result
    where
        W: Write,
    {
        use crate::values::resolved::ToResolvedValue;

        let context = resolved::Context {
            style: self,
        };

        // TODO(emilio): Is it worth to merge branches here just like
        // PropertyDeclaration::to_css does?
        match property_id {
            % for prop in data.longhands:
            LonghandId::${prop.camel_case} => {
                let value = self.clone_${prop.ident}();
                value.to_resolved_value(&context).to_css(dest)
            }
            % endfor
        }
    }

    /// Resolves the currentColor keyword.
    ///
    /// Any color value from computed values (except for the 'color' property
    /// itself) should go through this method.
    ///
    /// Usage example:
    /// let top_color =
    ///   style.resolve_color(style.get_border().clone_border_top_color());
    #[inline]
    pub fn resolve_color(&self, color: computed::Color) -> RGBA {
        color.to_rgba(self.get_inherited_text().clone_color())
    }

    /// Returns which longhand properties have different values in the two
    /// ComputedValues.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko_debug")]
    pub fn differing_properties(&self, other: &ComputedValues) -> LonghandIdSet {
        let mut set = LonghandIdSet::new();
        % for prop in data.longhands:
        if self.clone_${prop.ident}() != other.clone_${prop.ident}() {
            set.insert(LonghandId::${prop.camel_case});
        }
        % endfor
        set
    }
}

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
impl ComputedValues {
    /// Create a new refcounted `ComputedValues`
    pub fn new(
        _: Option<<&PseudoElement>,
        custom_properties: Option<Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>>,
        writing_mode: WritingMode,
        flags: ComputedValueFlags,
        rules: Option<StrongRuleNode>,
        visited_style: Option<Arc<ComputedValues>>,
        % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        ${style_struct.ident}: Arc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}>,
        % endfor
    ) -> Arc<Self> {
        Arc::new(Self {
            inner: ComputedValuesInner {
                custom_properties,
                writing_mode,
                rules,
                visited_style,
                flags,
            % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
                ${style_struct.ident},
            % endfor
            }
        })
    }

    /// Get the initial computed values.
    pub fn initial_values() -> &'static Self { &*INITIAL_SERVO_VALUES }

    /// Serializes the computed value of this property as a string.
    pub fn computed_value_to_string(&self, property: PropertyDeclarationId) -> String {
        match property {
            PropertyDeclarationId::Longhand(id) => {
                let mut s = String::new();
                self.get_longhand_property_value(
                    id,
                    &mut CssWriter::new(&mut s)
                ).unwrap();
                s
            }
            PropertyDeclarationId::Custom(name) => {
                self.custom_properties
                    .as_ref()
                    .and_then(|map| map.get(name))
                    .map_or(String::new(), |value| value.to_css_string())
            }
        }
    }
}

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
impl ops::Deref for ComputedValues {
    type Target = ComputedValuesInner;
    fn deref(&self) -> &ComputedValuesInner {
        &self.inner
    }
}

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
impl ops::DerefMut for ComputedValues {
    fn deref_mut(&mut self) -> &mut ComputedValuesInner {
        &mut self.inner
    }
}

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
impl ComputedValuesInner {
    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        /// Clone the ${style_struct.name} struct.
        #[inline]
        pub fn clone_${style_struct.name_lower}(&self) -> Arc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}> {
            self.${style_struct.ident}.clone()
        }

        /// Get a immutable reference to the ${style_struct.name} struct.
        #[inline]
        pub fn get_${style_struct.name_lower}(&self) -> &style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
            &self.${style_struct.ident}
        }

        /// Gets an immutable reference to the refcounted value that wraps
        /// `${style_struct.name}`.
        pub fn ${style_struct.name_lower}_arc(&self) -> &Arc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}> {
            &self.${style_struct.ident}
        }

        /// Get a mutable reference to the ${style_struct.name} struct.
        #[inline]
        pub fn mutate_${style_struct.name_lower}(&mut self) -> &mut style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
            Arc::make_mut(&mut self.${style_struct.ident})
        }
    % endfor

    /// Gets a reference to the rule node. Panic if no rule node exists.
    pub fn rules(&self) -> &StrongRuleNode {
        self.rules.as_ref().unwrap()
    }

    /// Whether this style has a -moz-binding value. This is always false for
    /// Servo for obvious reasons.
    pub fn has_moz_binding(&self) -> bool { false }

    #[inline]
    /// Returns whether the "content" property for the given style is completely
    /// ineffective, and would yield an empty `::before` or `::after`
    /// pseudo-element.
    pub fn ineffective_content_property(&self) -> bool {
        use crate::values::generics::counters::Content;
        match self.get_counters().content {
            Content::Normal | Content::None => true,
            Content::Items(ref items) => items.is_empty(),
        }
    }

    /// Whether the current style or any of its ancestors is multicolumn.
    #[inline]
    pub fn can_be_fragmented(&self) -> bool {
        self.flags.contains(ComputedValueFlags::CAN_BE_FRAGMENTED)
    }

    /// Whether the current style is multicolumn.
    #[inline]
    pub fn is_multicol(&self) -> bool {
        self.get_column().is_multicol()
    }

    /// Get the logical computed inline size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn content_inline_size(&self) -> computed::Size {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() {
            position_style.height
        } else {
            position_style.width
        }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed block size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn content_block_size(&self) -> computed::Size {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() { position_style.width } else { position_style.height }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed min inline size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn min_inline_size(&self) -> computed::Size {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() { position_style.min_height } else { position_style.min_width }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed min block size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn min_block_size(&self) -> computed::Size {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() { position_style.min_width } else { position_style.min_height }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed max inline size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn max_inline_size(&self) -> computed::MaxSize {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() { position_style.max_height } else { position_style.max_width }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed max block size.
    #[inline]
    pub fn max_block_size(&self) -> computed::MaxSize {
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        if self.writing_mode.is_vertical() { position_style.max_width } else { position_style.max_height }
    }

    /// Get the logical computed padding for this writing mode.
    #[inline]
    pub fn logical_padding(&self) -> LogicalMargin<computed::LengthPercentage> {
        let padding_style = self.get_padding();
        LogicalMargin::from_physical(self.writing_mode, SideOffsets2D::new(
            padding_style.padding_top.0,
            padding_style.padding_right.0,
            padding_style.padding_bottom.0,
            padding_style.padding_left.0,
        ))
    }

    /// Get the logical border width
    #[inline]
    pub fn border_width_for_writing_mode(&self, writing_mode: WritingMode) -> LogicalMargin<Au> {
        let border_style = self.get_border();
        LogicalMargin::from_physical(writing_mode, SideOffsets2D::new(
            Au::from(border_style.border_top_width),
            Au::from(border_style.border_right_width),
            Au::from(border_style.border_bottom_width),
            Au::from(border_style.border_left_width),
        ))
    }

    /// Gets the logical computed border widths for this style.
    #[inline]
    pub fn logical_border_width(&self) -> LogicalMargin<Au> {
        self.border_width_for_writing_mode(self.writing_mode)
    }

    /// Gets the logical computed margin from this style.
    #[inline]
    pub fn logical_margin(&self) -> LogicalMargin<computed::LengthPercentageOrAuto> {
        let margin_style = self.get_margin();
        LogicalMargin::from_physical(self.writing_mode, SideOffsets2D::new(
            margin_style.margin_top,
            margin_style.margin_right,
            margin_style.margin_bottom,
            margin_style.margin_left,
        ))
    }

    /// Gets the logical position from this style.
    #[inline]
    pub fn logical_position(&self) -> LogicalMargin<computed::LengthPercentageOrAuto> {
        // FIXME(SimonSapin): should be the writing mode of the containing block, maybe?
        let position_style = self.get_position();
        LogicalMargin::from_physical(self.writing_mode, SideOffsets2D::new(
            position_style.top,
            position_style.right,
            position_style.bottom,
            position_style.left,
        ))
    }

    /// Return true if the effects force the transform style to be Flat
    pub fn overrides_transform_style(&self) -> bool {
        use crate::computed_values::mix_blend_mode::T as MixBlendMode;

        let effects = self.get_effects();
        // TODO(gw): Add clip-path, isolation, mask-image, mask-border-source when supported.
        effects.opacity < 1.0 ||
           !effects.filter.0.is_empty() ||
           !effects.clip.is_auto() ||
           effects.mix_blend_mode != MixBlendMode::Normal
    }

    /// <https://drafts.csswg.org/css-transforms/#grouping-property-values>
    pub fn get_used_transform_style(&self) -> computed_values::transform_style::T {
        use crate::computed_values::transform_style::T as TransformStyle;

        let box_ = self.get_box();

        if self.overrides_transform_style() {
            TransformStyle::Flat
        } else {
            // Return the computed value if not overridden by the above exceptions
            box_.transform_style
        }
    }

    /// Whether given this transform value, the compositor would require a
    /// layer.
    pub fn transform_requires_layer(&self) -> bool {
        use crate::values::generics::transform::TransformOperation;
        // Check if the transform matrix is 2D or 3D
        for transform in &*self.get_box().transform.0 {
            match *transform {
                TransformOperation::Perspective(..) => {
                    return true;
                }
                TransformOperation::Matrix3D(m) => {
                    // See http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-transforms/#2d-matrix
                    if m.m31 != 0.0 || m.m32 != 0.0 ||
                       m.m13 != 0.0 || m.m23 != 0.0 ||
                       m.m43 != 0.0 || m.m14 != 0.0 ||
                       m.m24 != 0.0 || m.m34 != 0.0 ||
                       m.m33 != 1.0 || m.m44 != 1.0 {
                        return true;
                    }
                }
                TransformOperation::Translate3D(_, _, z) |
                TransformOperation::TranslateZ(z) => {
                    if z.px() != 0. {
                        return true;
                    }
                }
                _ => {}
            }
        }

        // Neither perspective nor transform present
        false
    }
}

% if engine == "gecko":
    pub use crate::servo_arc::RawOffsetArc as BuilderArc;
    /// Clone an arc, returning a regular arc
    fn clone_arc<T: 'static>(x: &BuilderArc<T>) -> Arc<T> {
        Arc::from_raw_offset(x.clone())
    }
% else:
    pub use crate::servo_arc::Arc as BuilderArc;
    /// Clone an arc, returning a regular arc
    fn clone_arc<T: 'static>(x: &BuilderArc<T>) -> Arc<T> {
        x.clone()
    }
% endif

/// A reference to a style struct of the parent, or our own style struct.
pub enum StyleStructRef<'a, T: 'static> {
    /// A borrowed struct from the parent, for example, for inheriting style.
    Borrowed(&'a BuilderArc<T>),
    /// An owned struct, that we've already mutated.
    Owned(UniqueArc<T>),
    /// Temporarily vacated, will panic if accessed
    Vacated,
}

impl<'a, T: 'a> StyleStructRef<'a, T>
where
    T: Clone,
{
    /// Ensure a mutable reference of this value exists, either cloning the
    /// borrowed value, or returning the owned one.
    pub fn mutate(&mut self) -> &mut T {
        if let StyleStructRef::Borrowed(v) = *self {
            *self = StyleStructRef::Owned(UniqueArc::new((**v).clone()));
        }

        match *self {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(ref mut v) => v,
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(..) => unreachable!(),
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct")
        }
    }

    /// Whether this is pointer-equal to the struct we're going to copy the
    /// value from.
    ///
    /// This is used to avoid allocations when people write stuff like `font:
    /// inherit` or such `all: initial`.
    #[inline]
    pub fn ptr_eq(&self, struct_to_copy_from: &T) -> bool {
        match *self {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(..) => false,
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(arc) => {
                &**arc as *const T == struct_to_copy_from as *const T
            }
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct")
        }
    }

    /// Extract a unique Arc from this struct, vacating it.
    ///
    /// The vacated state is a transient one, please put the Arc back
    /// when done via `put()`. This function is to be used to separate
    /// the struct being mutated from the computed context
    pub fn take(&mut self) -> UniqueArc<T> {
        use std::mem::replace;
        let inner = replace(self, StyleStructRef::Vacated);

        match inner {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(arc) => arc,
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(arc) => UniqueArc::new((**arc).clone()),
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct"),
        }
    }

    /// Replace vacated ref with an arc
    pub fn put(&mut self, arc: UniqueArc<T>) {
        debug_assert!(matches!(*self, StyleStructRef::Vacated));
        *self = StyleStructRef::Owned(arc);
    }

    /// Get a mutable reference to the owned struct, or `None` if the struct
    /// hasn't been mutated.
    pub fn get_if_mutated(&mut self) -> Option<<&mut T> {
        match *self {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(ref mut v) => Some(v),
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(..) => None,
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct")
        }
    }

    /// Returns an `Arc` to the internal struct, constructing one if
    /// appropriate.
    pub fn build(self) -> Arc<T> {
        match self {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(v) => v.shareable(),
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(v) => clone_arc(v),
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct")
        }
    }
}

impl<'a, T: 'a> ops::Deref for StyleStructRef<'a, T> {
    type Target = T;

    fn deref(&self) -> &T {
        match *self {
            StyleStructRef::Owned(ref v) => &**v,
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(v) => &**v,
            StyleStructRef::Vacated => panic!("Accessed vacated style struct")
        }
    }
}

/// A type used to compute a struct with minimal overhead.
///
/// This allows holding references to the parent/default computed values without
/// actually cloning them, until we either build the style, or mutate the
/// inherited value.
pub struct StyleBuilder<'a> {
    /// The device we're using to compute style.
    ///
    /// This provides access to viewport unit ratios, etc.
    pub device: &'a Device,

    /// The style we're inheriting from.
    ///
    /// This is effectively
    /// `parent_style.unwrap_or(device.default_computed_values())`.
    inherited_style: &'a ComputedValues,

    /// The style we're inheriting from for properties that don't inherit from
    /// ::first-line.  This is the same as inherited_style, unless
    /// inherited_style is a ::first-line style.
    inherited_style_ignoring_first_line: &'a ComputedValues,

    /// The style we're getting reset structs from.
    reset_style: &'a ComputedValues,

    /// The rule node representing the ordered list of rules matched for this
    /// node.
    pub rules: Option<StrongRuleNode>,

    custom_properties: Option<Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>>,

    /// The pseudo-element this style will represent.
    pub pseudo: Option<<&'a PseudoElement>,

    /// Whether we have mutated any reset structs since the the last time
    /// `clear_modified_reset` was called.  This is used to tell whether the
    /// `StyleAdjuster` did any work.
    modified_reset: bool,

    /// The writing mode flags.
    ///
    /// TODO(emilio): Make private.
    pub writing_mode: WritingMode,

    /// Flags for the computed value.
    pub flags: Cell<ComputedValueFlags>,

    /// The element's style if visited, only computed if there's a relevant link
    /// for this element.  A element's "relevant link" is the element being
    /// matched if it is a link or the nearest ancestor link.
    visited_style: Option<Arc<ComputedValues>>,
    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        ${style_struct.ident}: StyleStructRef<'a, style_structs::${style_struct.name}>,
    % endfor
}

impl<'a> StyleBuilder<'a> {
    /// Trivially construct a `StyleBuilder`.
    fn new(
        device: &'a Device,
        parent_style: Option<<&'a ComputedValues>,
        parent_style_ignoring_first_line: Option<<&'a ComputedValues>,
        pseudo: Option<<&'a PseudoElement>,
        rules: Option<StrongRuleNode>,
        custom_properties: Option<Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>>,
    ) -> Self {
        debug_assert_eq!(parent_style.is_some(), parent_style_ignoring_first_line.is_some());
        #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
        debug_assert!(parent_style.is_none() ||
                      std::ptr::eq(parent_style.unwrap(),
                                     parent_style_ignoring_first_line.unwrap()) ||
                      parent_style.unwrap().is_first_line_style());
        let reset_style = device.default_computed_values();
        let inherited_style = parent_style.unwrap_or(reset_style);
        let inherited_style_ignoring_first_line = parent_style_ignoring_first_line.unwrap_or(reset_style);

        let flags = inherited_style.flags.inherited();

        StyleBuilder {
            device,
            inherited_style,
            inherited_style_ignoring_first_line,
            reset_style,
            pseudo,
            rules,
            modified_reset: false,
            custom_properties,
            writing_mode: inherited_style.writing_mode,
            flags: Cell::new(flags),
            visited_style: None,
            % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
            % if style_struct.inherited:
            ${style_struct.ident}: StyleStructRef::Borrowed(inherited_style.${style_struct.name_lower}_arc()),
            % else:
            ${style_struct.ident}: StyleStructRef::Borrowed(reset_style.${style_struct.name_lower}_arc()),
            % endif
            % endfor
        }
    }

    /// NOTE(emilio): This is done so we can compute relative units with respect
    /// to the parent style, but all the early properties / writing-mode / etc
    /// are already set to the right ones on the kid.
    ///
    /// Do _not_ actually call this to construct a style, this should mostly be
    /// used for animations.
    pub fn for_animation(
        device: &'a Device,
        style_to_derive_from: &'a ComputedValues,
        parent_style: Option<<&'a ComputedValues>,
    ) -> Self {
        let reset_style = device.default_computed_values();
        let inherited_style = parent_style.unwrap_or(reset_style);
        #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
        debug_assert!(parent_style.is_none() ||
                      !parent_style.unwrap().is_first_line_style());
        StyleBuilder {
            device,
            inherited_style,
            // None of our callers pass in ::first-line parent styles.
            inherited_style_ignoring_first_line: inherited_style,
            reset_style,
            pseudo: None,
            modified_reset: false,
            rules: None,
            custom_properties: style_to_derive_from.custom_properties().cloned(),
            writing_mode: style_to_derive_from.writing_mode,
            flags: Cell::new(style_to_derive_from.flags),
            visited_style: None,
            % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
            ${style_struct.ident}: StyleStructRef::Borrowed(
                style_to_derive_from.${style_struct.name_lower}_arc()
            ),
            % endfor
        }
    }

    /// Copy the reset properties from `style`.
    pub fn copy_reset_from(&mut self, style: &'a ComputedValues) {
        % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        % if not style_struct.inherited:
        self.${style_struct.ident} =
            StyleStructRef::Borrowed(style.${style_struct.name_lower}_arc());
        % endif
        % endfor
    }

    % for property in data.longhands:
    % if not property.style_struct.inherited:
    /// Inherit `${property.ident}` from our parent style.
    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
    pub fn inherit_${property.ident}(&mut self) {
        let inherited_struct =
            self.inherited_style_ignoring_first_line
                .get_${property.style_struct.name_lower}();

        self.modified_reset = true;
        self.add_flags(ComputedValueFlags::INHERITS_RESET_STYLE);

        % if property.ident == "content":
        self.add_flags(ComputedValueFlags::INHERITS_CONTENT);
        % endif

        % if property.ident == "display":
        self.add_flags(ComputedValueFlags::INHERITS_DISPLAY);
        % endif

        if self.${property.style_struct.ident}.ptr_eq(inherited_struct) {
            return;
        }

        self.${property.style_struct.ident}.mutate()
            .copy_${property.ident}_from(
                inherited_struct,
                % if property.logical:
                self.writing_mode,
                % endif
            );
    }
    % else:
    /// Reset `${property.ident}` to the initial value.
    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
    pub fn reset_${property.ident}(&mut self) {
        let reset_struct =
            self.reset_style.get_${property.style_struct.name_lower}();

        if self.${property.style_struct.ident}.ptr_eq(reset_struct) {
            return;
        }

        self.${property.style_struct.ident}.mutate()
            .reset_${property.ident}(
                reset_struct,
                % if property.logical:
                self.writing_mode,
                % endif
            );
    }
    % endif

    % if not property.is_vector or property.simple_vector_bindings or engine in ["servo-2013", "servo-2020"]:
    /// Set the `${property.ident}` to the computed value `value`.
    #[allow(non_snake_case)]
    pub fn set_${property.ident}(
        &mut self,
        value: longhands::${property.ident}::computed_value::T
    ) {
        % if not property.style_struct.inherited:
        self.modified_reset = true;
        % endif

        self.${property.style_struct.ident}.mutate()
            .set_${property.ident}(
                value,
                % if property.logical:
                self.writing_mode,
                % endif
            );
    }
    % endif
    % endfor
    <% del property %>

    /// Inherits style from the parent element, accounting for the default
    /// computed values that need to be provided as well.
    pub fn for_inheritance(
        device: &'a Device,
        parent: Option<<&'a ComputedValues>,
        pseudo: Option<<&'a PseudoElement>,
    ) -> Self {
        // Rebuild the visited style from the parent, ensuring that it will also
        // not have rules.  This matches the unvisited style that will be
        // produced by this builder.  This assumes that the caller doesn't need
        // to adjust or process visited style, so we can just build visited
        // style here for simplicity.
        let visited_style = parent.and_then(|parent| {
            parent.visited_style().map(|style| {
                Self::for_inheritance(
                    device,
                    Some(style),
                    pseudo,
                ).build()
            })
        });
        let mut ret = Self::new(
            device,
            parent,
            parent,
            pseudo,
            /* rules = */ None,
            parent.and_then(|p| p.custom_properties().cloned()),
        );
        ret.visited_style = visited_style;
        ret
    }

    /// Returns whether we have a visited style.
    pub fn has_visited_style(&self) -> bool {
        self.visited_style.is_some()
    }

    /// Returns whether we're a pseudo-elements style.
    pub fn is_pseudo_element(&self) -> bool {
        self.pseudo.map_or(false, |p| !p.is_anon_box())
    }

    /// Returns the style we're getting reset properties from.
    pub fn default_style(&self) -> &'a ComputedValues {
        self.reset_style
    }

    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        /// Gets an immutable view of the current `${style_struct.name}` style.
        pub fn get_${style_struct.name_lower}(&self) -> &style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
            &self.${style_struct.ident}
        }

        /// Gets a mutable view of the current `${style_struct.name}` style.
        pub fn mutate_${style_struct.name_lower}(&mut self) -> &mut style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
            % if not style_struct.inherited:
            self.modified_reset = true;
            % endif
            self.${style_struct.ident}.mutate()
        }

        /// Gets a mutable view of the current `${style_struct.name}` style.
        pub fn take_${style_struct.name_lower}(&mut self) -> UniqueArc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}> {
            % if not style_struct.inherited:
            self.modified_reset = true;
            % endif
            self.${style_struct.ident}.take()
        }

        /// Gets a mutable view of the current `${style_struct.name}` style.
        pub fn put_${style_struct.name_lower}(&mut self, s: UniqueArc<style_structs::${style_struct.name}>) {
            self.${style_struct.ident}.put(s)
        }

        /// Gets a mutable view of the current `${style_struct.name}` style,
        /// only if it's been mutated before.
        pub fn get_${style_struct.name_lower}_if_mutated(&mut self)
                                                         -> Option<<&mut style_structs::${style_struct.name}> {
            self.${style_struct.ident}.get_if_mutated()
        }

        /// Reset the current `${style_struct.name}` style to its default value.
        pub fn reset_${style_struct.name_lower}_struct(&mut self) {
            self.${style_struct.ident} =
                StyleStructRef::Borrowed(self.reset_style.${style_struct.name_lower}_arc());
        }
    % endfor
    <% del style_struct %>

    /// Returns whether this computed style represents a floated object.
    pub fn floated(&self) -> bool {
        self.get_box().clone_float() != longhands::float::computed_value::T::None
    }

    /// Returns whether this computed style represents an out of flow-positioned
    /// object.
    pub fn out_of_flow_positioned(&self) -> bool {
        use crate::properties::longhands::position::computed_value::T as Position;
        matches!(self.get_box().clone_position(),
                 Position::Absolute | Position::Fixed)
    }

    /// Whether this style has a top-layer style.
    #[cfg(feature = "servo")]
    pub fn in_top_layer(&self) -> bool {
        matches!(self.get_box().clone__servo_top_layer(),
                 longhands::_servo_top_layer::computed_value::T::Top)
    }

    /// Whether this style has a top-layer style.
    #[cfg(feature = "gecko")]
    pub fn in_top_layer(&self) -> bool {
        matches!(self.get_box().clone__moz_top_layer(),
                 longhands::_moz_top_layer::computed_value::T::Top)
    }

    /// Clears the "have any reset structs been modified" flag.
    fn clear_modified_reset(&mut self) {
        self.modified_reset = false;
    }

    /// Returns whether we have mutated any reset structs since the the last
    /// time `clear_modified_reset` was called.
    fn modified_reset(&self) -> bool {
        self.modified_reset
    }

    /// Return the current flags.
    #[inline]
    pub fn flags(&self) -> ComputedValueFlags {
        self.flags.get()
    }

    /// Add a flag to the current builder.
    #[inline]
    pub fn add_flags(&self, flag: ComputedValueFlags) {
        let flags = self.flags() | flag;
        self.flags.set(flags);
    }

    /// Removes a flag to the current builder.
    #[inline]
    pub fn remove_flags(&self, flag: ComputedValueFlags) {
        let flags = self.flags() & !flag;
        self.flags.set(flags);
    }

    /// Turns this `StyleBuilder` into a proper `ComputedValues` instance.
    pub fn build(self) -> Arc<ComputedValues> {
        ComputedValues::new(
            self.pseudo,
            self.custom_properties,
            self.writing_mode,
            self.flags.get(),
            self.rules,
            self.visited_style,
            % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
            self.${style_struct.ident}.build(),
            % endfor
        )
    }

    /// Get the custom properties map if necessary.
    ///
    /// Cloning the Arc here is fine because it only happens in the case where
    /// we have custom properties, and those are both rare and expensive.
    fn custom_properties(&self) -> Option<<&Arc<crate::custom_properties::CustomPropertiesMap>> {
        self.custom_properties.as_ref()
    }

    /// Access to various information about our inherited styles.  We don't
    /// expose an inherited ComputedValues directly, because in the
    /// ::first-line case some of the inherited information needs to come from
    /// one ComputedValues instance and some from a different one.

    /// Inherited writing-mode.
    pub fn inherited_writing_mode(&self) -> &WritingMode {
        &self.inherited_style.writing_mode
    }

    /// The computed value flags of our parent.
    #[inline]
    pub fn get_parent_flags(&self) -> ComputedValueFlags {
        self.inherited_style.flags
    }

    /// And access to inherited style structs.
    % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
        /// Gets our inherited `${style_struct.name}`.  We don't name these
        /// accessors `inherited_${style_struct.name_lower}` because we already
        /// have things like "box" vs "inherited_box" as struct names.  Do the
        /// next-best thing and call them `parent_${style_struct.name_lower}`
        /// instead.
        pub fn get_parent_${style_struct.name_lower}(&self) -> &style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
            % if style_struct.inherited:
            self.inherited_style.get_${style_struct.name_lower}()
            % else:
            self.inherited_style_ignoring_first_line.get_${style_struct.name_lower}()
            % endif
        }
    % endfor
}

#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
pub use self::lazy_static_module::INITIAL_SERVO_VALUES;

// Use a module to work around #[cfg] on lazy_static! not being applied to every generated item.
#[cfg(feature = "servo")]
#[allow(missing_docs)]
mod lazy_static_module {
    use crate::logical_geometry::WritingMode;
    use servo_arc::Arc;
    use super::{ComputedValues, ComputedValuesInner, longhands, style_structs};
    use super::computed_value_flags::ComputedValueFlags;

    lazy_static! {
        /// The initial values for all style structs as defined by the specification.
        pub static ref INITIAL_SERVO_VALUES: ComputedValues = ComputedValues {
            inner: ComputedValuesInner {
                % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
                    ${style_struct.ident}: Arc::new(style_structs::${style_struct.name} {
                        % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
                            ${longhand.ident}: longhands::${longhand.ident}::get_initial_value(),
                        % endfor
                        % if style_struct.name == "InheritedText":
                            text_decorations_in_effect:
                                crate::values::computed::text::TextDecorationsInEffect::default(),
                        % endif
                        % if style_struct.name == "Font":
                            hash: 0,
                        % endif
                        % if style_struct.name == "Box":
                            original_display: longhands::display::get_initial_value(),
                        % endif
                    }),
                % endfor
                custom_properties: None,
                writing_mode: WritingMode::empty(),
                rules: None,
                visited_style: None,
                flags: ComputedValueFlags::empty(),
            }
        };
    }
}

/// A per-longhand function that performs the CSS cascade for that longhand.
pub type CascadePropertyFn =
    extern "Rust" fn(
        declaration: &PropertyDeclaration,
        context: &mut computed::Context,
    );

/// A per-longhand array of functions to perform the CSS cascade on each of
/// them, effectively doing virtual dispatch.
pub static CASCADE_PROPERTY: [CascadePropertyFn; ${len(data.longhands)}] = [
    % for property in data.longhands:
        longhands::${property.ident}::cascade_property,
    % endfor
];


/// See StyleAdjuster::adjust_for_border_width.
pub fn adjust_border_width(style: &mut StyleBuilder) {
    % for side in ["top", "right", "bottom", "left"]:
        // Like calling to_computed_value, which wouldn't type check.
        if style.get_border().clone_border_${side}_style().none_or_hidden() &&
           style.get_border().border_${side}_has_nonzero_width() {
            style.set_border_${side}_width(NonNegativeLength::zero());
        }
    % endfor
}

/// An identifier for a given alias property.
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Eq, PartialEq, MallocSizeOf)]
#[repr(u16)]
pub enum AliasId {
    % for i, property in enumerate(data.all_aliases()):
        /// ${property.name}
        ${property.camel_case} = ${i},
    % endfor
}

#[derive(Clone, Copy, Eq, PartialEq)]
enum AliasedPropertyId {
    #[allow(dead_code)] // Servo doesn't have aliased shorthands.
    Shorthand(ShorthandId),
    Longhand(LonghandId),
}

impl fmt::Debug for AliasId {
    fn fmt(&self, formatter: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
        let name = NonCustomPropertyId::from(*self).name();
        formatter.write_str(name)
    }
}

impl AliasId {
    /// Returns the property we're aliasing, as a longhand or a shorthand.
    #[inline]
    fn aliased_property(self) -> AliasedPropertyId {
        static MAP: [AliasedPropertyId; ${len(data.all_aliases())}] = [
        % for alias in data.all_aliases():
            % if alias.original.type() == "longhand":
            AliasedPropertyId::Longhand(LonghandId::${alias.original.camel_case}),
            % else:
            <% assert alias.original.type() == "shorthand" %>
            AliasedPropertyId::Shorthand(ShorthandId::${alias.original.camel_case}),
            % endif
        % endfor
        ];
        MAP[self as usize]
    }
}

/// Call the given macro with tokens like this for each longhand and shorthand properties
/// that is enabled in content:
///
/// ```
/// [CamelCaseName, SetCamelCaseName, PropertyId::Longhand(LonghandId::CamelCaseName)],
/// ```
///
/// NOTE(emilio): Callers are responsible to deal with prefs.
#[macro_export]
macro_rules! css_properties_accessors {
    ($macro_name: ident) => {
        $macro_name! {
            % for kind, props in [("Longhand", data.longhands), ("Shorthand", data.shorthands)]:
                % for property in props:
                    % if property.enabled_in_content():
                        % for prop in [property] + property.alias:
                            % if '-' in prop.name:
                                [${prop.ident.capitalize()}, Set${prop.ident.capitalize()},
                                 PropertyId::${kind}(${kind}Id::${property.camel_case})],
                            % endif
                            [${prop.camel_case}, Set${prop.camel_case},
                             PropertyId::${kind}(${kind}Id::${property.camel_case})],
                        % endfor
                    % endif
                % endfor
            % endfor
        }
    }
}

/// Call the given macro with tokens like this for each longhand properties:
///
/// ```
/// { snake_case_ident, true }
/// ```
///
/// … where the boolean indicates whether the property value type
/// is wrapped in a `Box<_>` in the corresponding `PropertyDeclaration` variant.
#[macro_export]
macro_rules! longhand_properties_idents {
    ($macro_name: ident) => {
        $macro_name! {
            % for property in data.longhands:
                { ${property.ident}, ${"true" if property.boxed else "false"} }
            % endfor
        }
    }
}

% if engine in ["servo-2013", "servo-2020"]:
% for effect_name in ["repaint", "reflow_out_of_flow", "reflow", "rebuild_and_reflow_inline", "rebuild_and_reflow"]:
    macro_rules! restyle_damage_${effect_name} {
        ($old: ident, $new: ident, $damage: ident, [ $($effect:expr),* ]) => ({
            if
                % for style_struct in data.active_style_structs():
                    % for longhand in style_struct.longhands:
                        % if effect_name in longhand.servo_restyle_damage.split() and not longhand.logical:
                            $old.get_${style_struct.name_lower}().${longhand.ident} !=
                            $new.get_${style_struct.name_lower}().${longhand.ident} ||
                        % endif
                    % endfor
                % endfor

                false {
                    $damage.insert($($effect)|*);
                    true
            } else {
                false
            }
        })
    }
% endfor
% endif