author Bas Schouten <>
Tue, 26 Feb 2019 08:46:08 +0100
changeset 513319 46f0f4418eddc69b08f223b7766ef55725df3920
parent 501216 52a1404ac742b76a5776c41aabc7f9d295e3a08a
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 1526045 - Part 2: Verify all DrawTargets created through CreateOffscreenContentDrawTarget. r=rhunt a=lizzard Preferrably CreateOffscreenContentDrawTarget would create Capture DrawTargets when we intend to use OMTP. This is not the case at the moment though and changing this would likely introduce more unforseen issues. For now all of these calls basically mean a DrawTarget will be used on the main thread and we should use a no-op ClearRect to ensure that the DrawTarget is actually initialized. Since IsValid for the moment won't do this for DrawTargetD2D. (See bug 1521368)

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