gfx/layers/ipc/FenceUtilsGonk.cpp
author Sotaro Ikeda <sikeda@mozilla.com>
Sun, 08 Jun 2014 06:18:53 -0700
changeset 206720 229dc47b5059d1feb9a32af179e0141616a482a7
parent 188001 dfcedba046649038e8603ee897ce1911b2db68a4
child 221786 403203e27deb401bba75af48545085d3f0f0f8c1
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1001417 - Forward fence objects in SharedSurfaceGralloc to Compositor r=jgilbert,nical

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#include "GLContext.h"
#include "mozilla/unused.h"
#include "nsXULAppAPI.h"

#include "FenceUtilsGonk.h"

using namespace android;
using namespace base;
using namespace mozilla::layers;

namespace IPC {

void
ParamTraits<FenceHandle>::Write(Message* aMsg,
                                const paramType& aParam)
{
#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  sp<Fence> flattenable = aParam.mFence;
#else
  Flattenable *flattenable = aParam.mFence.get();
#endif
  size_t nbytes = flattenable->getFlattenedSize();
  size_t nfds = flattenable->getFdCount();

  char data[nbytes];
  int fds[nfds];

#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  // Make a copy of "data" and "fds" for flatten() to avoid casting problem
  void *pdata = (void *)data;
  int *pfds = fds;

  flattenable->flatten(pdata, nbytes, pfds, nfds);

  // In Kitkat, flatten() will change the value of nbytes and nfds, which dues
  // to multiple parcelable object consumption. The actual size and fd count
  // which returned by getFlattenedSize() and getFdCount() are not changed.
  // So we change nbytes and nfds back by call corresponding calls.
  nbytes = flattenable->getFlattenedSize();
  nfds = flattenable->getFdCount();
#else
  flattenable->flatten(data, nbytes, fds, nfds);
#endif
  aMsg->WriteSize(nbytes);
  aMsg->WriteSize(nfds);

  aMsg->WriteBytes(data, nbytes);
  for (size_t n = 0; n < nfds; ++n) {
    // These buffers can't die in transit because they're created
    // synchonously and the parent-side buffer can only be dropped if
    // there's a crash.
    aMsg->WriteFileDescriptor(FileDescriptor(fds[n], false));
  }
}

bool
ParamTraits<FenceHandle>::Read(const Message* aMsg,
                               void** aIter, paramType* aResult)
{
  size_t nbytes;
  size_t nfds;
  const char* data;

  if (!aMsg->ReadSize(aIter, &nbytes) ||
      !aMsg->ReadSize(aIter, &nfds) ||
      !aMsg->ReadBytes(aIter, &data, nbytes)) {
    return false;
  }

  int fds[nfds];

  for (size_t n = 0; n < nfds; ++n) {
    FileDescriptor fd;
    if (!aMsg->ReadFileDescriptor(aIter, &fd)) {
      return false;
    }
    // If the GraphicBuffer was shared cross-process, SCM_RIGHTS does
    // the right thing and dup's the fd.  If it's shared cross-thread,
    // SCM_RIGHTS doesn't dup the fd.  That's surprising, but we just
    // deal with it here.  NB: only the "default" (master) process can
    // alloc gralloc buffers.
    bool sameProcess = (XRE_GetProcessType() == GeckoProcessType_Default);
    int dupFd = sameProcess ? dup(fd.fd) : fd.fd;
    fds[n] = dupFd;
  }

  sp<Fence> buffer(new Fence());
#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  // Make a copy of "data" and "fds" for unflatten() to avoid casting problem
  void const *pdata = (void const *)data;
  int const *pfds = fds;

  if (NO_ERROR == buffer->unflatten(pdata, nbytes, pfds, nfds)) {
#else
  Flattenable *flattenable = buffer.get();

  if (NO_ERROR == flattenable->unflatten(data, nbytes, fds, nfds)) {
#endif
    aResult->mFence = buffer;
    return true;
  }
  return false;
}

void
ParamTraits<FenceHandleFromChild>::Write(Message* aMsg,
                                         const paramType& aParam)
{
#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  sp<Fence> flattenable = aParam.mFence;
#else
  Flattenable *flattenable = aParam.mFence.get();
#endif
  size_t nbytes = flattenable->getFlattenedSize();
  size_t nfds = flattenable->getFdCount();

  char data[nbytes];
  int fds[nfds];

#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  // Make a copy of "data" and "fds" for flatten() to avoid casting problem
  void *pdata = (void *)data;
  int *pfds = fds;

  flattenable->flatten(pdata, nbytes, pfds, nfds);

  // In Kitkat, flatten() will change the value of nbytes and nfds, which dues
  // to multiple parcelable object consumption. The actual size and fd count
  // which returned by getFlattenedSize() and getFdCount() are not changed.
  // So we change nbytes and nfds back by call corresponding calls.
  nbytes = flattenable->getFlattenedSize();
  nfds = flattenable->getFdCount();
#else
  flattenable->flatten(data, nbytes, fds, nfds);
#endif
  aMsg->WriteSize(nbytes);
  aMsg->WriteSize(nfds);

  aMsg->WriteBytes(data, nbytes);
  for (size_t n = 0; n < nfds; ++n) {
    // If the Fence was shared cross-process, SCM_RIGHTS does
    // the right thing and dup's the fd.  If it's shared cross-thread,
    // SCM_RIGHTS doesn't dup the fd.  That's surprising, but we just
    // deal with it here.  NB: only the "default" (master) process can
    // alloc gralloc buffers.
    bool sameProcess = (XRE_GetProcessType() == GeckoProcessType_Default);
    int dupFd = sameProcess ? dup(fds[n]) : fds[n];
    //int dupFd = fds[n];

    // These buffers can't die in transit because they're created
    // synchonously and the parent-side buffer can only be dropped if
    // there's a crash.
    aMsg->WriteFileDescriptor(FileDescriptor(dupFd, false));
  }
}

bool
ParamTraits<FenceHandleFromChild>::Read(const Message* aMsg,
                                        void** aIter, paramType* aResult)
{
  size_t nbytes;
  size_t nfds;
  const char* data;

  if (!aMsg->ReadSize(aIter, &nbytes) ||
      !aMsg->ReadSize(aIter, &nfds) ||
      !aMsg->ReadBytes(aIter, &data, nbytes)) {
    return false;
  }

  int fds[nfds];

  for (size_t n = 0; n < nfds; ++n) {
    FileDescriptor fd;
    if (!aMsg->ReadFileDescriptor(aIter, &fd)) {
      return false;
    }
    fds[n] = fd.fd;
  }

  sp<Fence> buffer(new Fence());
#if ANDROID_VERSION >= 19
  // Make a copy of "data" and "fds" for unflatten() to avoid casting problem
  void const *pdata = (void const *)data;
  int const *pfds = fds;

  if (NO_ERROR == buffer->unflatten(pdata, nbytes, pfds, nfds)) {
#else
  Flattenable *flattenable = buffer.get();

  if (NO_ERROR == flattenable->unflatten(data, nbytes, fds, nfds)) {
#endif
    aResult->mFence = buffer;
    return true;
  }
  return false;
}

} // namespace IPC

namespace mozilla {
namespace layers {

FenceHandle::FenceHandle(const sp<Fence>& aFence)
  : mFence(aFence)
{
}

FenceHandle::FenceHandle(const FenceHandleFromChild& aFenceHandle) {
  mFence = aFenceHandle.mFence;
}

FenceHandleFromChild::FenceHandleFromChild(const sp<Fence>& aFence)
  : mFence(aFence)
{
}

} // namespace layers
} // namespace mozilla