layout/base/nsFrameManagerBase.h
author Hiroyuki Ikezoe <hiikezoe@mozilla-japan.org>
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 09:59:03 +0900
changeset 317477 62cf4a7d6007e3f0b1da0f0590c81a17791ec898
parent 285246 a2a7c4cc94dca9adc3329bd8f7d0670d5f8be3df
child 328435 aadc84fe447251962ab5fc7cf79b379c83c7db34
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

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/* part of nsFrameManager, to work around header inclusionordering */

#ifndef _nsFrameManagerBase_h_
#define _nsFrameManagerBase_h_

#include "nsDebug.h"
#include "PLDHashTable.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"

class nsIFrame;
class nsIPresShell;

class nsFrameManagerBase
{
public:
  nsFrameManagerBase();

  bool IsDestroyingFrames() { return mIsDestroyingFrames; }

  /*
   * Gets and sets the root frame (typically the viewport). The lifetime of the
   * root frame is controlled by the frame manager. When the frame manager is
   * destroyed, it destroys the entire frame hierarchy.
   */
  nsIFrame* GetRootFrame() const { return mRootFrame; }
  void      SetRootFrame(nsIFrame* aRootFrame)
  {
    NS_ASSERTION(!mRootFrame, "already have a root frame");
    mRootFrame = aRootFrame;
  }

  static uint32_t GetGlobalGenerationNumber() { return sGlobalGenerationNumber; }

protected:
  class UndisplayedMap;

  // weak link, because the pres shell owns us
  nsIPresShell* MOZ_NON_OWNING_REF mPresShell;
  nsIFrame*                       mRootFrame;
  PLDHashTable                    mPlaceholderMap;
  UndisplayedMap*                 mUndisplayedMap;
  UndisplayedMap*                 mDisplayContentsMap;
  bool                            mIsDestroyingFrames;  // The frame manager is destroying some frame(s).

  // The frame tree generation number
  // We use this to avoid unnecessary screenshotting
  // on Android. Unfortunately, this is static to match
  // the single consumer which is also static. Keeping
  // this the same greatly simplifies lifetime issues and
  // makes sure we always using the correct number.
  // A per PresContext generation number is available
  // via nsPresContext::GetDOMGeneration
  static uint32_t                 sGlobalGenerationNumber;
};

#endif