author Ting-Yu Lin <>
Mon, 05 Nov 2018 19:11:12 +0000
changeset 444456 09df5390e2fb01be435bf72a8c8e1c1948e45f62
parent 435024 bc3b69fb442656b1f4b484dbc2e5c11452e7183b
child 448947 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 916972 - Eliminate nsIFrame::GetSplittableType() completely. r=mats,dholbert Currently, GetSplittableType() is called only in nsCSSFrameConstructor::CreateContinuingFrame(). The splittable concrete frames should inherit from nsSplittableFrame, and must explicitly create continuing frame in CreateContinuingFrame(). Thus, no need to maintain GetSplittableType(). Differential Revision:

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80: */
/* 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 */

 * base class for rendering objects that can be split across lines,
 * columns, or pages

#ifndef nsSplittableFrame_h___
#define nsSplittableFrame_h___

#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "nsFrame.h"

// Derived class that allows splitting
class nsSplittableFrame : public nsFrame

  void Init(nsIContent*       aContent,
            nsContainerFrame* aParent,
            nsIFrame*         aPrevInFlow) override;

  void DestroyFrom(nsIFrame* aDestructRoot, PostDestroyData& aPostDestroyData) override;

   * Frame continuations can be either fluid or not:
   * Fluid continuations ("in-flows") are the result of line breaking,
   * column breaking, or page breaking.
   * Other (non-fluid) continuations can be the result of BiDi frame splitting.
   * A "flow" is a chain of fluid continuations.

  // Get the previous/next continuation, regardless of its type (fluid or non-fluid).
  nsIFrame* GetPrevContinuation() const final;
  nsIFrame* GetNextContinuation() const final;

  // Set a previous/next non-fluid continuation.
  void SetPrevContinuation(nsIFrame*) final;
  void SetNextContinuation(nsIFrame*) final;

  // Get the first/last continuation for this frame.
  nsIFrame* FirstContinuation() const final;
  nsIFrame* LastContinuation() const final;

#ifdef DEBUG
  // Can aFrame2 be reached from aFrame1 by following prev/next continuations?
  static bool IsInPrevContinuationChain(nsIFrame* aFrame1, nsIFrame* aFrame2);
  static bool IsInNextContinuationChain(nsIFrame* aFrame1, nsIFrame* aFrame2);

  // Get the previous/next continuation, only if it is fluid (an "in-flow").
  nsIFrame* GetPrevInFlow() const;
  nsIFrame* GetNextInFlow() const;

  nsIFrame* GetPrevInFlowVirtual() const final { return GetPrevInFlow(); }
  nsIFrame* GetNextInFlowVirtual() const final { return GetNextInFlow(); }

  // Set a previous/next fluid continuation.
  void SetPrevInFlow(nsIFrame*) final;
  void SetNextInFlow(nsIFrame*) final;

  // Get the first/last frame in the current flow.
  nsIFrame* FirstInFlow() const final;
  nsIFrame* LastInFlow() const final;

  // Remove the frame from the flow. Connects the frame's prev-in-flow
  // and its next-in-flow. This should only be called in frame Destroy() methods.
  static void RemoveFromFlow(nsIFrame* aFrame);

  nsSplittableFrame(ComputedStyle* aStyle, ClassID aID)
    : nsFrame(aStyle, aID)
    , mPrevContinuation(nullptr)
    , mNextContinuation(nullptr)

   * Return the sum of the block-axis content size of our prev-in-flows.
   * @param aWM a writing-mode to determine the block-axis
   * @note (bz) This makes laying out a splittable frame with N in-flows
   *       O(N^2)! So, use this function with caution and minimize the number
   *       of calls to this method.
  nscoord ConsumedBSize(mozilla::WritingMode aWM) const;

   * Retrieve the effective computed block size of this frame, which is the
   * computed block size, minus the block size consumed by any previous in-flows.
  nscoord GetEffectiveComputedBSize(const ReflowInput& aReflowInput,
                                    nscoord aConsumed = NS_INTRINSICSIZE) const;

   * @see nsIFrame::GetLogicalSkipSides()
  LogicalSides GetLogicalSkipSides(const ReflowInput* aReflowInput = nullptr) const override;

   * A faster version of GetLogicalSkipSides() that is intended to be used
   * inside Reflow before it's known if |this| frame will be COMPLETE or not.
   * It returns a result that assumes this fragment is the last and thus
   * should apply the block-end border/padding etc (except for "true" overflow
   * containers which always skip block sides).  You're then expected to
   * recalculate the block-end side (as needed) when you know |this| frame's
   * reflow status is INCOMPLETE.
   * This method is intended for frames that breaks in the block axis.
  LogicalSides PreReflowBlockLevelLogicalSkipSides() const;

  nsIFrame*   mPrevContinuation;
  nsIFrame*   mNextContinuation;

#endif /* nsSplittableFrame_h___ */