author Hiroyuki Ikezoe <>
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 09:59:03 +0900
changeset 317477 62cf4a7d6007e3f0b1da0f0590c81a17791ec898
parent 278673 81412f10431df126532c2c3cf4bb6361a5575ffa
child 344051 48b29a84e4e507b596e92e106a8ef03d644cff2a
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1278136 - Part 5: Create a stacking context for opacity/transform animations even if it's in delay phase and even if the property is overridden by !important rules. r=birtles This patch introduces a new functions named HasEffectiveAnimationOfProperty. This function checks that a given CSS property is overridden by !important rules. On the other hand, now KeyframeEffetReadOnly::HasAnimationOfProperty() does just check that the effect has a given CSS property. This is used to create a stacking context because we should create a stacking context for opacity or transform animations even if the property is overridden by !important rules. MozReview-Commit-ID: AG1Y0IgoB3U

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim: set ts=2 sw=2 et tw=78: */
/* 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 */

/* the caret is the text cursor used, e.g., when editing */

#ifndef nsCaret_h__
#define nsCaret_h__

#include "mozilla/MemoryReporting.h"
#include "nsCoord.h"
#include "nsISelectionListener.h"
#include "nsIWeakReferenceUtils.h"
#include "CaretAssociationHint.h"
#include "nsPoint.h"
#include "nsRect.h"

class nsDisplayListBuilder;
class nsFrameSelection;
class nsIContent;
class nsIDOMNode;
class nsIFrame;
class nsINode;
class nsIPresShell;
class nsITimer;

namespace mozilla {
namespace dom {
class Selection;
} // namespace dom
namespace gfx {
class DrawTarget;
} // namespace gfx
} // namespace mozilla

class nsCaret final : public nsISelectionListener
    typedef mozilla::gfx::DrawTarget DrawTarget;


    virtual ~nsCaret();


    typedef mozilla::CaretAssociationHint CaretAssociationHint;

    nsresult Init(nsIPresShell *inPresShell);
    void Terminate();

    void SetSelection(nsISelection *aDOMSel);
    nsISelection* GetSelection();

     * Sets whether the caret should only be visible in nodes that are not
     * user-modify: read-only, or whether it should be visible in all nodes.
     * @param aIgnoreUserModify true to have the cursor visible in all nodes,
     *                          false to have it visible in all nodes except
     *                          those with user-modify: read-only
    void SetIgnoreUserModify(bool aIgnoreUserModify);
    /** SetVisible will set the visibility of the caret
     *  @param inMakeVisible true to show the caret, false to hide it
    void SetVisible(bool intMakeVisible);
    /** IsVisible will get the visibility of the caret.
     *  This returns false if the caret is hidden because it was set
     *  to not be visible, or because the selection is not collapsed, or
     *  because an open popup is hiding the caret.
     *  It does not take account of blinking or the caret being hidden
     *  because we're in non-editable/disabled content.
    bool IsVisible();
     * AddForceHide() increases mHideCount and hide the caret even if
     * SetVisible(true) has been or will be called.  This is useful when the
     * caller wants to hide caret temporarily and it needs to cancel later.
     * Especially, in the latter case, it's too difficult to decide if the
     * caret should be actually visible or not because caret visible state
     * is set from a lot of event handlers.  So, it's very stateful.
    void AddForceHide();
     * RemoveForceHide() decreases mHideCount if it's over 0.
     * If the value becomes 0, this may show the caret if SetVisible(true)
     * has been called.
    void RemoveForceHide();
    /** SetCaretReadOnly set the appearance of the caret
     *  @param inMakeReadonly true to show the caret in a 'read only' state,
     *         false to show the caret in normal, editing state
    void SetCaretReadOnly(bool inMakeReadonly);
     * @param aVisibility true if the caret should be visible even when the
     * selection is not collapsed.
    void SetVisibilityDuringSelection(bool aVisibility);

     * Set the caret's position explicitly to the specified node and offset
     * instead of tracking its selection.
     * Passing null for aNode would set the caret to track its selection again.
    void SetCaretPosition(nsIDOMNode* aNode, int32_t aOffset);

     * Schedule a repaint for the frame where the caret would appear.
     * Does not check visibility etc.
    void SchedulePaint();

     * Returns a frame to paint in, and the bounds of the painted caret
     * relative to that frame.
     * The rectangle includes bidi decorations.
     * Returns null if the caret should not be drawn (including if it's blinked
     * off).
    nsIFrame* GetPaintGeometry(nsRect* aRect);
     * A simple wrapper around GetGeometry. Does not take any caret state into
     * account other than the current selection.
    nsIFrame* GetGeometry(nsRect* aRect)
      return GetGeometry(GetSelection(), aRect);

    /** PaintCaret
     *  Actually paint the caret onto the given rendering context.
    void PaintCaret(DrawTarget& aDrawTarget,
                    nsIFrame *aForFrame,
                    const nsPoint &aOffset);

    //nsISelectionListener interface

     * Gets the position and size of the caret that would be drawn for
     * the focus node/offset of aSelection (assuming it would be drawn,
     * i.e., disregarding blink status). The geometry is stored in aRect,
     * and we return the frame aRect is relative to.
     * Only looks at the focus node of aSelection, so you can call it even if
     * aSelection is not collapsed.
     * This rect does not include any extra decorations for bidi.
     * @param aRect must be non-null
    static nsIFrame* GetGeometry(nsISelection* aSelection,
                                 nsRect* aRect);
    static nsresult GetCaretFrameForNodeOffset(nsFrameSelection* aFrameSelection,
                                               nsIContent* aContentNode,
                                               int32_t aOffset,
                                               CaretAssociationHint aFrameHint,
                                               uint8_t aBidiLevel,
                                               nsIFrame** aReturnFrame,
                                               int32_t* aReturnOffset);
    static nsRect GetGeometryForFrame(nsIFrame* aFrame,
                                      int32_t   aFrameOffset,
                                      nscoord*  aBidiIndicatorSize);

    // Get the frame and frame offset based on the focus node and focus offset
    // of aSelection. If aOverrideNode and aOverride are provided, use them
    // instead.
    // @param aFrameOffset return the frame offset if non-null.
    // @return the frame of the focus node.
    static nsIFrame* GetFrameAndOffset(mozilla::dom::Selection* aSelection,
                                       nsINode* aOverrideNode,
                                       int32_t aOverrideOffset,
                                       int32_t* aFrameOffset);

    size_t SizeOfIncludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf aMallocSizeOf) const;

    static void   CaretBlinkCallback(nsITimer *aTimer, void *aClosure);

    void          CheckSelectionLanguageChange();

    void          ResetBlinking();
    void          StopBlinking();

    mozilla::dom::Selection* GetSelectionInternal();

    struct Metrics {
      nscoord mBidiIndicatorSize; // width and height of bidi indicator
      nscoord mCaretWidth;        // full caret width including bidi indicator
    static Metrics ComputeMetrics(nsIFrame* aFrame, int32_t aOffset,
                                  nscoord aCaretHeight);

    void          ComputeCaretRects(nsIFrame* aFrame, int32_t aFrameOffset,
                                    nsRect* aCaretRect, nsRect* aHookRect);

    // Returns true if we should not draw the caret because of XUL menu popups.
    // The caret should be hidden if:
    // 1. An open popup contains the caret, but a menu popup exists before the
    //    caret-owning popup in the popup list (i.e. a menu is in front of the
    //    popup with the caret). If the menu itself contains the caret we don't
    //    hide it.
    // 2. A menu popup is open, but there is no caret present in any popup.
    // 3. The caret selection is empty.
    bool IsMenuPopupHidingCaret();

    nsWeakPtr             mPresShell;
    nsWeakPtr             mDomSelectionWeak;

    nsCOMPtr<nsITimer>    mBlinkTimer;

     * The content to draw the caret at. If null, we use mDomSelectionWeak's
     * focus node instead.
    nsCOMPtr<nsINode>     mOverrideContent;
     * The character offset to draw the caret at.
     * Ignored if mOverrideContent is null.
    int32_t               mOverrideOffset;
     * mBlinkCount is used to control the number of times to blink the caret
     * before stopping the blink. This is reset each time we reset the
     * blinking.
    int32_t               mBlinkCount;
     * mHideCount is not 0, it means that somebody doesn't want the caret
     * to be visible.  See AddForceHide() and RemoveForceHide().
    uint32_t              mHideCount;

     * mIsBlinkOn is true when we're in a blink cycle where the caret is on.
    bool                  mIsBlinkOn;
     * mIsVisible is true when SetVisible was last called with 'true'.
    bool                  mVisible;
     * mReadOnly is true when the caret is set to "read only" mode (i.e.,
     * it doesn't blink).
    bool                  mReadOnly;
     * mShowDuringSelection is true when the caret should be shown even when
     * the selection is not collapsed.
    bool                  mShowDuringSelection;
     * mIgnoreUserModify is true when the caret should be shown even when
     * it's in non-user-modifiable content.
    bool                  mIgnoreUserModify;

#endif //nsCaret_h__