author David Keeler <>
Fri, 16 Mar 2018 16:50:19 -0700
changeset 409021 5be07e86738e8993022e1c507b5b09e602872a33
parent 388790 905239391e05483e8fb221378dd2092c5a0df8b7
child 448947 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
bug 1439383 - clean up the load loadable roots thread when we're done with it r=froydnj,jcj MozReview-Commit-ID: J5GnpwxYguz

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 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at */


#include "gfxMatrix.h"
#include "gfxRect.h"
#include "nsQueryFrame.h"
#include "mozilla/gfx/MatrixFwd.h"

class gfxContext;
class nsIFrame;
class SVGBBox;

struct nsRect;

namespace mozilla {
class SVGAnimatedLengthList;
class SVGAnimatedNumberList;
class SVGLengthList;
class SVGNumberList;
class SVGUserUnitList;

} // namespace mozilla

 * This class is used for elements that can be part of a directly displayable
 * section of a document.  This includes SVGGeometryFrame and nsSVGGframe.
 * (Even though the latter doesn't display anything itself, if it contains
 * SVGGeometryFrame descendants it is can still be part of a displayable
 * section of a document)  This class is not used for elements that can never
 * display directly, including nsSVGGradientFrame and nsSVGPatternFrame.  (The
 * latter may contain displayable content, but it and its content are never
 * *directly* displayed in a document.  It can only end up being displayed by
 * means of a reference from other content.)
 * Note specifically that SVG frames that inherit nsSVGContainerFrame do *not*
 * implement this class (only those that inherit nsSVGDisplayContainerFrame
 * do.)
class nsSVGDisplayableFrame : public nsQueryFrame
  typedef mozilla::SVGAnimatedNumberList SVGAnimatedNumberList;
  typedef mozilla::SVGNumberList SVGNumberList;
  typedef mozilla::SVGAnimatedLengthList SVGAnimatedLengthList;
  typedef mozilla::SVGLengthList SVGLengthList;
  typedef mozilla::SVGUserUnitList SVGUserUnitList;
  typedef mozilla::image::imgDrawingParams imgDrawingParams;


   * Paint this frame.
   * SVG is painted using a combination of display lists (trees of
   * nsDisplayItem built by BuildDisplayList() implementations) and recursive
   * PaintSVG calls.  SVG frames with the NS_FRAME_IS_NONDISPLAY bit set are
   * always painted using recursive PaintSVG calls since display list painting
   * would provide no advantages (they wouldn't be retained for invalidation).
   * Displayed SVG is normally painted via a display list tree created under
   * nsSVGOuterSVGFrame::BuildDisplayList, unless the
   * svg.display-lists.painting.enabled pref has been set to false by the user
   * in which case it is done via an nsSVGOuterSVGFrame::PaintSVG() call that
   * recurses over the entire SVG frame tree.  In future we may use PaintSVG()
   * calls on SVG container frames to avoid display list construction when it
   * is expensive and unnecessary (see bug 934411).
   * @param aTransform The transform that has to be multiplied onto the
   *   DrawTarget in order for drawing to be in this frame's SVG user space.
   *   Implementations of this method should avoid multiplying aTransform onto
   *   the DrawTarget when possible and instead just pass a transform down to
   *   their children.  This is preferable because changing the transform is
   *   very expensive for certain DrawTarget backends so it is best to minimize
   *   the number of transform changes.
   * @param aImgParams imagelib parameters that may be used when painting
   *   feImage.
   * @param aDirtyRect The area being redrawn, in frame offset pixel
   *   coordinates.
  virtual void PaintSVG(gfxContext& aContext,
                        const gfxMatrix& aTransform,
                        imgDrawingParams& aImgParams,
                        const nsIntRect* aDirtyRect = nullptr) = 0;

   * Returns the frame that should handle pointer events at aPoint.  aPoint is
   * expected to be in the SVG user space of the frame on which this method is
   * called.  The frame returned may be the frame on which this method is
   * called, any of its descendants or else nullptr.
  virtual nsIFrame* GetFrameForPoint(const gfxPoint& aPoint) = 0;

  // Called on SVG child frames (except NS_FRAME_IS_NONDISPLAY frames)
  // to update and then invalidate their cached bounds. This method is not
  // called until after the nsSVGOuterSVGFrame has had its initial reflow
  // (i.e. once the SVG viewport dimensions are known). It should also only
  // be called by nsSVGOuterSVGFrame during its reflow.
  virtual void ReflowSVG()=0;

  // Flags to pass to NotifySVGChange:
  // DO_NOT_NOTIFY_RENDERING_OBSERVERS - this should only be used when
  //                           updating the descendant frames of a clipPath,
  //                           mask, pattern or marker frame (or other similar
  //                           NS_FRAME_IS_NONDISPLAY frame) immediately
  //                           prior to painting that frame's descendants.
  // TRANSFORM_CHANGED     - the current transform matrix for this frame has changed
  // COORD_CONTEXT_CHANGED - the dimensions of this frame's coordinate context has
  //                           changed (percentage lengths must be reevaluated)
  enum SVGChangedFlags {
    TRANSFORM_CHANGED     = 0x01,
    FULL_ZOOM_CHANGED     = 0x04
   * This is called on a frame when there has been a change to one of its
   * ancestors that might affect the frame too. SVGChangedFlags are passed
   * to indicate what changed.
   * Implementations do not need to invalidate, since the caller will
   * invalidate the entire area of the ancestor that changed. However, they
   * may need to update their bounds.
  virtual void NotifySVGChanged(uint32_t aFlags)=0;

   * Get this frame's contribution to the rect returned by a GetBBox() call
   * that occurred either on this element, or on one of its ancestors.
   * SVG defines an element's bbox to be the element's fill bounds in the
   * userspace established by that element. By allowing callers to pass in the
   * transform from the userspace established by this element to the userspace
   * established by an an ancestor, this method allows callers to obtain this
   * element's fill bounds in the userspace established by that ancestor
   * instead. In that case, since we return the bounds in a different userspace
   * (the ancestor's), the bounds we return are not this element's bbox, but
   * rather this element's contribution to the bbox of the ancestor.
   * @param aToBBoxUserspace The transform from the userspace established by
   *   this element to the userspace established by the ancestor on which
   *   getBBox was called. This will be the identity matrix if we are the
   *   element on which getBBox was called.
   * @param aFlags Flags indicating whether, stroke, for example, should be
   *   included in the bbox calculation.
  virtual SVGBBox GetBBoxContribution(const mozilla::gfx::Matrix &aToBBoxUserspace,
                                      uint32_t aFlags) = 0;

  // Are we a container frame?
  virtual bool IsDisplayContainer()=0;