author David Anderson <>
Mon, 21 May 2012 14:40:04 -0700
changeset 109823 80e4ab0d24bc64ceaa7693ab5def36faffde7a40
parent 109218 5f86dd728a3c9935f95b0e1a3cde2de68a346af3
parent 96742 f4157e8c410708d76703f19e4dfb61859bfe32d8
child 131777 cbe09ce5f9ed4695b83ae6c52fc2e3520efc4c9c
permissions -rw-r--r--
Merge from mozilla-central.

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 2; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* 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
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#include "nsAutoPtr.h"
#include "nsISMILAttr.h"
#include "SVGPointList.h"

class nsISMILAnimationElement;
class nsSMILValue;
class nsSVGElement;

namespace mozilla {

 * Class SVGAnimatedPointList
 * Despite the fact that no SVGAnimatedPointList interface or objects exist
 * in the SVG specification (unlike e.g. SVGAnimated*Length*List), we
 * nevertheless have this internal class. (Note that there is an
 * SVGAnimatedPoints interface, but that's quite different to
 * SVGAnimatedLengthList since it is inherited by elements, as opposed to
 * elements having members of that type.) The reason that we have this class is
 * to provide a single locked down point of entry to the SVGPointList objects,
 * which helps ensure that the DOM wrappers for SVGPointList objects' are
 * always kept in sync. This is vitally important (see the comment in
 * DOMSVGPointList::InternalListWillChangeTo) and frees consumers from having
 * to know or worry about wrappers (or forget about them!) for the most part.
class SVGAnimatedPointList
  // friends so that they can get write access to mBaseVal and mAnimVal
  friend class DOMSVGPoint;
  friend class DOMSVGPointList;

  SVGAnimatedPointList() {}

   * Because it's so important that mBaseVal and its DOMSVGPointList wrapper
   * (if any) be kept in sync (see the comment in
   * DOMSVGPointList::InternalListWillChangeTo), this method returns a const
   * reference. Only our friend classes may get mutable references to mBaseVal.
  const SVGPointList& GetBaseValue() const {
    return mBaseVal;

  nsresult SetBaseValueString(const nsAString& aValue);

  void ClearBaseValue();

   * const! See comment for GetBaseValue!
  const SVGPointList& GetAnimValue() const {
    return mAnimVal ? *mAnimVal : mBaseVal;

  nsresult SetAnimValue(const SVGPointList& aValue,
                        nsSVGElement *aElement);

  void ClearAnimValue(nsSVGElement *aElement);

   * Needed for correct DOM wrapper construction since GetAnimValue may
   * actually return the baseVal!
  void *GetBaseValKey() const {
    return (void*)&mBaseVal;
  void *GetAnimValKey() const {
    return (void*)&mAnimVal;

  bool IsAnimating() const {
    return !!mAnimVal;

  /// Callers own the returned nsISMILAttr
  nsISMILAttr* ToSMILAttr(nsSVGElement* aElement);


  // mAnimVal is a pointer to allow us to determine if we're being animated or
  // not. Making it a non-pointer member and using mAnimVal.IsEmpty() to check
  // if we're animating is not an option, since that would break animation *to*
  // the empty string (<set to="">).

  SVGPointList mBaseVal;
  nsAutoPtr<SVGPointList> mAnimVal;

  struct SMILAnimatedPointList : public nsISMILAttr
    SMILAnimatedPointList(SVGAnimatedPointList* aVal,
                          nsSVGElement* aElement)
      : mVal(aVal)
      , mElement(aElement)

    // These will stay alive because a nsISMILAttr only lives as long
    // as the Compositing step, and DOM elements don't get a chance to
    // die during that.
    SVGAnimatedPointList *mVal;
    nsSVGElement *mElement;

    // nsISMILAttr methods
    virtual nsresult ValueFromString(const nsAString& aStr,
                                     const nsISMILAnimationElement* aSrcElement,
                                     nsSMILValue& aValue,
                                     bool& aPreventCachingOfSandwich) const;
    virtual nsSMILValue GetBaseValue() const;
    virtual void ClearAnimValue();
    virtual nsresult SetAnimValue(const nsSMILValue& aValue);

} // namespace mozilla