author Anny Gakhokidze <>
Fri, 25 May 2018 10:35:43 -0400
changeset 421008 4231bd54fb2feca2d479876db705acc3262bea58
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Bug 1464205 - Clear cached values unconditionally in DataTransferItemList::SetDataWithPrincipal, r=Nika MozReview-Commit-ID: 9HLkDwNkdo7

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#ifndef mozilla_TextComposition_h
#define mozilla_TextComposition_h

#include "nsCOMPtr.h"
#include "nsINode.h"
#include "nsIWeakReference.h"
#include "nsIWidget.h"
#include "nsTArray.h"
#include "nsThreadUtils.h"
#include "nsPresContext.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "mozilla/EventForwards.h"
#include "mozilla/TextRange.h"
#include "mozilla/dom/TabParent.h"
#include "mozilla/dom/Text.h"

namespace mozilla {

class EditorBase;
class EventDispatchingCallback;
class IMEStateManager;

 * TextComposition represents a text composition.  This class stores the
 * composition event target and its presContext.  At dispatching the event via
 * this class, the instances use the stored event target.

class TextComposition final
  friend class IMEStateManager;


  typedef dom::TabParent TabParent;
  typedef dom::Text Text;

  static bool IsHandlingSelectionEvent() { return sHandlingSelectionEvent; }

  TextComposition(nsPresContext* aPresContext,
                  nsINode* aNode,
                  TabParent* aTabParent,
                  WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent);

  bool Destroyed() const { return !mPresContext; }
  nsPresContext* GetPresContext() const { return mPresContext; }
  nsINode* GetEventTargetNode() const { return mNode; }
  // The text node which includes composition string.
  Text* GetContainerTextNode() const { return mContainerTextNode; }
  // The latest value except compositionstart event.
  // This value is modified at dispatching compositionupdate.
  const nsString& LastData() const { return mLastData; }
  // The composition string which is already handled by the focused editor.
  // I.e., this value must be same as the composition string on the focused
  // editor.  This value is modified at a call of
  // EditorDidHandleCompositionChangeEvent().
  // Note that mString and mLastData are different between dispatcing
  // compositionupdate and compositionchange event handled by focused editor.
  const nsString& String() const { return mString; }
  // The latest clauses range of the composition string.
  // During compositionupdate event, GetRanges() returns old ranges.
  // So if getting on compositionupdate, Use GetLastRange instead of GetRange().
  TextRangeArray* GetLastRanges() const { return mLastRanges; }
  // Returns the clauses and/or caret range of the composition string.
  // This is modified at a call of EditorWillHandleCompositionChangeEvent().
  // This may return null if there is no clauses and caret.
  // XXX We should return |const TextRangeArray*| here, but it causes compile
  //     error due to inaccessible Release() method.
  TextRangeArray* GetRanges() const { return mRanges; }
  // Returns the widget which is proper to call NotifyIME().
  nsIWidget* GetWidget() const
    return mPresContext ? mPresContext->GetRootWidget() : nullptr;
  // Returns the tab parent which has this composition in its remote process.
  TabParent* GetTabParent() const
    return mTabParent;
  // Returns true if the composition is started with synthesized event which
  // came from nsDOMWindowUtils.
  bool IsSynthesizedForTests() const { return mIsSynthesizedForTests; }

  const widget::NativeIMEContext& GetNativeIMEContext() const
    return mNativeContext;

   * This is called when IMEStateManager stops managing the instance.
  void Destroy();

   * Request to commit (or cancel) the composition to IME.  This method should
   * be called only by IMEStateManager::NotifyIME().
  nsresult RequestToCommit(nsIWidget* aWidget, bool aDiscard);

   * IsRequestingCommitOrCancelComposition() returns true if the instance is
   * requesting widget to commit or cancel composition.
  bool IsRequestingCommitOrCancelComposition() const
    return mIsRequestingCancel || mIsRequestingCommit;

   * Send a notification to IME.  It depends on the IME or platform spec what
   * will occur (or not occur).
  nsresult NotifyIME(widget::IMEMessage aMessage);

   * the offset of first composition string
  uint32_t NativeOffsetOfStartComposition() const
    return mCompositionStartOffset;

   * the offset of first selected clause or start of composition
  uint32_t NativeOffsetOfTargetClause() const
    return mCompositionStartOffset + mTargetClauseOffsetInComposition;

   * The offset of composition string in the text node.  If composition string
   * hasn't been inserted in any text node yet, this returns UINT32_MAX.
  uint32_t XPOffsetInTextNode() const
    return mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode;

   * The length of composition string in the text node.  If composition string
   * hasn't been inserted in any text node yet, this returns 0.
  uint32_t XPLengthInTextNode() const
    return mCompositionLengthInTextNode == UINT32_MAX ?
             0 : mCompositionLengthInTextNode;

   * The end offset of composition string in the text node.  If composition
   * string hasn't been inserted in any text node yet, this returns UINT32_MAX.
  uint32_t XPEndOffsetInTextNode() const
    if (mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode == UINT32_MAX ||
        mCompositionLengthInTextNode == UINT32_MAX) {
      return UINT32_MAX;
    return mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode + mCompositionLengthInTextNode;

   * Returns true if there is non-empty composition string and it's not fixed.
   * Otherwise, false.
  bool IsComposing() const { return mIsComposing; }

   * Returns true while editor is handling an event which is modifying the
   * composition string.
  bool IsEditorHandlingEvent() const
    return mIsEditorHandlingEvent;

   * IsMovingToNewTextNode() returns true if editor detects the text node
   * has been removed and still not insert the composition string into
   * new text node.
  bool IsMovingToNewTextNode() const
    return !mContainerTextNode && mCompositionLengthInTextNode &&
           mCompositionLengthInTextNode != UINT32_MAX;

   * StartHandlingComposition() and EndHandlingComposition() are called by
   * editor when it holds a TextComposition instance and release it.
  void StartHandlingComposition(EditorBase* aEditorBase);
  void EndHandlingComposition(EditorBase* aEditorBase);

   * OnEditorDestroyed() is called when the editor is destroyed but there is
   * active composition.
  void OnEditorDestroyed();

   * CompositionChangeEventHandlingMarker class should be created at starting
   * to handle text event in focused editor.  This calls
   * EditorWillHandleCompositionChangeEvent() and
   * EditorDidHandleCompositionChangeEvent() automatically.
  class MOZ_STACK_CLASS CompositionChangeEventHandlingMarker
      TextComposition* aComposition,
      const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionChangeEvent)
      : mComposition(aComposition)


    RefPtr<TextComposition> mComposition;
      const CompositionChangeEventHandlingMarker& aOther);

   * OnCreateCompositionTransaction() is called by
   * CompositionTransaction::Create() immediately after creating
   * new CompositionTransaction instance.
   * @param aStringToInsert     The string to insert the text node actually.
   *                            This may be different from the data of
   *                            dispatching composition event because it may
   *                            be replaced with different character for
   *                            passwords, or truncated due to maxlength.
   * @param aTextNode           The text node which includes composition string.
   * @param aOffset             The offset of composition string in aTextNode.
  void OnCreateCompositionTransaction(const nsAString& aStringToInsert,
                                      Text* aTextNode,
                                      uint32_t aOffset)
    if (!mContainerTextNode) {
      mContainerTextNode = aTextNode;
      mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode = aOffset;
      NS_WARNING_ASSERTION(mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode != UINT32_MAX,
        "The text node is really too long.");
#ifdef DEBUG
    else {
      MOZ_ASSERT(aTextNode == mContainerTextNode);
      MOZ_ASSERT(aOffset == mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode);
#endif // #ifdef DEBUG
    mCompositionLengthInTextNode = aStringToInsert.Length();
    NS_WARNING_ASSERTION(mCompositionLengthInTextNode != UINT32_MAX,
      "The string to insert is really too long.");

   * OnTextNodeRemoved() is called when focused editor is reframed and
   * mContainerTextNode may be (or have been) replaced with different text
   * node, or just removes the text node due to empty.
  void OnTextNodeRemoved()
    mContainerTextNode = nullptr;
    // Don't reset mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode nor
    // mCompositionLengthInTextNode because editor needs them to restore
    // composition in new text node.

  // Private destructor, to discourage deletion outside of Release():
    // WARNING: mPresContext may be destroying, so, be careful if you touch it.

  // sHandlingSelectionEvent is true while TextComposition sends a selection
  // event to ContentEventHandler.
  static bool sHandlingSelectionEvent;

  // This class holds nsPresContext weak.  This instance shouldn't block
  // destroying it.  When the presContext is being destroyed, it's notified to
  // IMEStateManager::OnDestroyPresContext(), and then, it destroy
  // this instance.
  nsPresContext* mPresContext;
  nsCOMPtr<nsINode> mNode;
  RefPtr<TabParent> mTabParent;

  // The text node which includes the composition string.
  RefPtr<Text> mContainerTextNode;

  // This is the clause and caret range information which is managed by
  // the focused editor.  This may be null if there is no clauses or caret.
  RefPtr<TextRangeArray> mRanges;
  // Same as mRange, but mRange will have old data during compositionupdate.
  // So this will be valied during compositionupdate.
  RefPtr<TextRangeArray> mLastRanges;

  // mNativeContext stores a opaque pointer.  This works as the "ID" for this
  // composition.  Don't access the instance, it may not be available.
  widget::NativeIMEContext mNativeContext;

  // mEditorBaseWeak is a weak reference to the focused editor handling
  // composition.
  nsWeakPtr mEditorBaseWeak;

  // mLastData stores the data attribute of the latest composition event (except
  // the compositionstart event).
  nsString mLastData;

  // mString stores the composition text which has been handled by the focused
  // editor.
  nsString mString;

  // Offset of the composition string from start of the editor
  uint32_t mCompositionStartOffset;
  // Offset of the selected clause of the composition string from
  // mCompositionStartOffset
  uint32_t mTargetClauseOffsetInComposition;
  // Offset of the composition string in mContainerTextNode.
  // NOTE: This is NOT valid in the main process if focused editor is in a
  //       remote process.
  uint32_t mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode;
  // Length of the composition string in mContainerTextNode.  If this instance
  // has already dispatched eCompositionCommit(AsIs) and
  // EditorDidHandleCompositionChangeEvent() has already been called,
  // this may be different from length of mString because committed string
  // may be truncated by maxlength attribute of <input> or <textarea>.
  // NOTE: This is NOT valid in the main process if focused editor is in a
  //       remote process.
  uint32_t mCompositionLengthInTextNode;

  // See the comment for IsSynthesizedForTests().
  bool mIsSynthesizedForTests;

  // See the comment for IsComposing().
  bool mIsComposing;

  // mIsEditorHandlingEvent is true while editor is modifying the composition
  // string.
  bool mIsEditorHandlingEvent;

  // mIsRequestingCommit or mIsRequestingCancel is true *only* while we're
  // requesting commit or canceling the composition.  In other words, while
  // one of these values is true, we're handling the request.
  bool mIsRequestingCommit;
  bool mIsRequestingCancel;

  // mRequestedToCommitOrCancel is true *after* we requested IME to commit or
  // cancel the composition.  In other words, we already requested of IME that
  // it commits or cancels current composition.
  // NOTE: Before this is set to true, both mIsRequestingCommit and
  //       mIsRequestingCancel are set to false.
  bool mRequestedToCommitOrCancel;

  // Before this dispatches commit event into the tree, this is set to true.
  // So, this means if native IME already commits the composition.
  bool mHasReceivedCommitEvent;

  // mWasNativeCompositionEndEventDiscarded is true if this composition was
  // requested commit or cancel itself but native compositionend event is
  // discarded by PresShell due to not safe to dispatch events.
  bool mWasNativeCompositionEndEventDiscarded;

  // Allow control characters appear in composition string.
  // When this is false, control characters except
  // CHARACTER TABULATION (horizontal tab) are removed from
  // both composition string and data attribute of compositionupdate
  // and compositionend events.
  bool mAllowControlCharacters;

  // mWasCompositionStringEmpty is true if the composition string was empty
  // when DispatchCompositionEvent() is called.
  bool mWasCompositionStringEmpty;

  // Hide the default constructor and copy constructor.
    : mPresContext(nullptr)
    , mNativeContext(nullptr)
    , mCompositionStartOffset(0)
    , mTargetClauseOffsetInComposition(0)
    , mCompositionStartOffsetInTextNode(UINT32_MAX)
    , mCompositionLengthInTextNode(UINT32_MAX)
    , mIsSynthesizedForTests(false)
    , mIsComposing(false)
    , mIsEditorHandlingEvent(false)
    , mIsRequestingCommit(false)
    , mIsRequestingCancel(false)
    , mRequestedToCommitOrCancel(false)
    , mHasReceivedCommitEvent(false)
    , mWasNativeCompositionEndEventDiscarded(false)
    , mAllowControlCharacters(false)
    , mWasCompositionStringEmpty(true)
  TextComposition(const TextComposition& aOther);

   * If we're requesting IME to commit or cancel composition, or we've already
   * requested it, or we've already known this composition has been ended in
   * IME, we don't need to request commit nor cancel composition anymore and
   * shouldn't do so if we're in content process for not committing/canceling
   * "current" composition in native IME.  So, when this returns true,
   * RequestIMEToCommit() does nothing.
  bool CanRequsetIMEToCommitOrCancelComposition() const
    return !mIsRequestingCommit && !mIsRequestingCancel &&
           !mRequestedToCommitOrCancel && !mHasReceivedCommitEvent;

   * GetEditorBase() returns EditorBase pointer of mEditorBaseWeak.
  already_AddRefed<EditorBase> GetEditorBase() const;

   * HasEditor() returns true if mEditorBaseWeak holds EditorBase instance
   * which is alive.  Otherwise, false.
  bool HasEditor() const;

   * EditorWillHandleCompositionChangeEvent() must be called before the focused
   * editor handles the compositionchange event.
  void EditorWillHandleCompositionChangeEvent(
         const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionChangeEvent);

   * EditorDidHandleCompositionChangeEvent() must be called after the focused
   * editor handles a compositionchange event.
  void EditorDidHandleCompositionChangeEvent();

   * IsValidStateForComposition() returns true if it's safe to dispatch an event
   * to the DOM tree.  Otherwise, false.
   * WARNING: This doesn't check script blocker state.  It should be checked
   *          before dispatching the first event.
  bool IsValidStateForComposition(nsIWidget* aWidget) const;

   * DispatchCompositionEvent() dispatches the aCompositionEvent to the mContent
   * synchronously. The caller must ensure that it's safe to dispatch the event.
  void DispatchCompositionEvent(WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent,
                                nsEventStatus* aStatus,
                                EventDispatchingCallback* aCallBack,
                                bool aIsSynthesized);

   * Simply calling EventDispatcher::Dispatch() with plugin event.
   * If dispatching event has no orginal clone, aOriginalEvent can be null.
  void DispatchEvent(WidgetCompositionEvent* aDispatchEvent,
                     nsEventStatus* aStatus,
                     EventDispatchingCallback* aCallback,
                     const WidgetCompositionEvent *aOriginalEvent = nullptr);

   * HandleSelectionEvent() sends the selection event to ContentEventHandler
   * or dispatches it to the focused child process.
  void HandleSelectionEvent(WidgetSelectionEvent* aSelectionEvent)
    HandleSelectionEvent(mPresContext, mTabParent, aSelectionEvent);
  static void HandleSelectionEvent(nsPresContext* aPresContext,
                                   TabParent* aTabParent,
                                   WidgetSelectionEvent* aSelectionEvent);

   * MaybeDispatchCompositionUpdate() may dispatch a compositionupdate event
   * if aCompositionEvent changes composition string.
   * @return Returns false if dispatching the compositionupdate event caused
   *         destroying this composition.
  bool MaybeDispatchCompositionUpdate(
         const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent);

   * CloneAndDispatchAs() dispatches a composition event which is
   * duplicateed from aCompositionEvent and set the aMessage.
   * @return Returns BaseEventFlags which is the result of dispatched event.
  BaseEventFlags CloneAndDispatchAs(
                   const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent,
                   EventMessage aMessage,
                   nsEventStatus* aStatus = nullptr,
                   EventDispatchingCallback* aCallBack = nullptr);

   * If IME has already dispatched compositionend event but it was discarded
   * by PresShell due to not safe to dispatch, this returns true.
  bool WasNativeCompositionEndEventDiscarded() const
    return mWasNativeCompositionEndEventDiscarded;

   * OnCompositionEventDiscarded() is called when PresShell discards
   * compositionupdate, compositionend or compositionchange event due to not
   * safe to dispatch event.
  void OnCompositionEventDiscarded(WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent);

   * OnCompositionEventDispatched() is called after a composition event is
   * dispatched.
  void OnCompositionEventDispatched(
         const WidgetCompositionEvent* aDispatchEvent);

   * MaybeNotifyIMEOfCompositionEventHandled() notifies IME of composition
   * event handled.  This should be called after dispatching a composition
   * event which came from widget.
  void MaybeNotifyIMEOfCompositionEventHandled(
         const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent);

   * GetSelectionStartOffset() returns normal selection start offset in the
   * editor which has this composition.
   * If it failed or lost focus, this would return 0.
  uint32_t GetSelectionStartOffset();

   * OnStartOffsetUpdatedInChild() is called when composition start offset
   * is updated in the child process.  I.e., this is called and never called
   * if the composition is in this process.
   * @param aStartOffset        New composition start offset with native
   *                            linebreaks.
  void OnStartOffsetUpdatedInChild(uint32_t aStartOffset);

   * CompositionEventDispatcher dispatches the specified composition (or text)
   * event.
  class CompositionEventDispatcher : public Runnable
    CompositionEventDispatcher(TextComposition* aTextComposition,
                               nsINode* aEventTarget,
                               EventMessage aEventMessage,
                               const nsAString& aData,
                               bool aIsSynthesizedEvent = false);
    NS_IMETHOD Run() override;

    RefPtr<TextComposition> mTextComposition;
    nsCOMPtr<nsINode> mEventTarget;
    nsString mData;
    EventMessage mEventMessage;
    bool mIsSynthesizedEvent;

      : Runnable("TextComposition::CompositionEventDispatcher")
      , mIsSynthesizedEvent(false){};

   * DispatchCompositionEventRunnable() dispatches a composition event to the
   * content.  Be aware, if you use this method, nsPresShellEventCB isn't used.
   * That means that nsIFrame::HandleEvent() is never called.
   * WARNING: The instance which is managed by IMEStateManager may be
   *          destroyed by this method call.
   * @param aEventMessage       Must be one of composition events.
   * @param aData               Used for mData value.
   * @param aIsSynthesizingCommit   true if this is called for synthesizing
   *                                commit or cancel composition.  Otherwise,
   *                                false.
  void DispatchCompositionEventRunnable(EventMessage aEventMessage,
                                        const nsAString& aData,
                                        bool aIsSynthesizingCommit = false);

 * TextCompositionArray manages the instances of TextComposition class.
 * Managing with array is enough because only one composition is typically
 * there.  Even if user switches native IME context, it's very rare that
 * second or more composition is started.
 * It's assumed that this is used by IMEStateManager for storing all active
 * compositions in the process.  If the instance is it, each TextComposition
 * in the array can be destroyed by calling some methods of itself.

class TextCompositionArray final :
  public AutoTArray<RefPtr<TextComposition>, 2>
  // Looking for per native IME context.
  index_type IndexOf(const widget::NativeIMEContext& aNativeIMEContext);
  index_type IndexOf(nsIWidget* aWidget);

  TextComposition* GetCompositionFor(nsIWidget* aWidget);
  TextComposition* GetCompositionFor(
                     const WidgetCompositionEvent* aCompositionEvent);

  // Looking for per nsPresContext
  index_type IndexOf(nsPresContext* aPresContext);
  index_type IndexOf(nsPresContext* aPresContext, nsINode* aNode);

  TextComposition* GetCompositionFor(nsPresContext* aPresContext);
  TextComposition* GetCompositionFor(nsPresContext* aPresContext,
                                     nsINode* aNode);
  TextComposition* GetCompositionInContent(nsPresContext* aPresContext,
                                           nsIContent* aContent);

} // namespace mozilla

#endif // #ifndef mozilla_TextComposition_h