author James Willcox <snorp@snorp.net>
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 10:17:49 -0600
changeset 225935 51f45407f84333b84df311d0af2b5fab9a189fb6
parent 225233 77aa406740894c64357ffdea6fe36c27e8cd5d21
child 235502 d2cbf090111f66eb9f5265578ba0ab855ec4fff9
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1014614 - Rename nsSurfaceTexture to AndroidSurfaceTexture r=jgilbert a=lsblakk

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#include "InputData.h"
#include "Units.h"
#include "mozilla/Mutex.h"
#include <vector>

class nsIWidget;

namespace mozilla {
class WidgetMouseEvent;

// Used to resample touch events whenever a vsync event occurs. It batches
// touch moves and on every vsync, resamples the touch position to create smooth
// scrolls. We use the Android touch resample algorithm. It uses a combination of
// extrapolation and interpolation. The algorithm takes the vsync time and
// subtracts mVsyncAdjust time in ms and creates a sample time. All touch events are
// relative to this sample time. If the last touch event occurs AFTER this
// sample time, interpolate the last two touch events. If the last touch event occurs BEFORE
// this sample time, we extrapolate the last two touch events to the sample
// time. The magic numbers defined as constants are taken from android
// InputTransport.cpp.
class GeckoTouchDispatcher

  void NotifyTouch(MultiTouchInput& aData, uint64_t aEventTime);
  void DispatchTouchEvent(MultiTouchInput& aMultiTouch);
  void DispatchTouchMoveEvents(uint64_t aVsyncTime);
  static bool NotifyVsync(uint64_t aVsyncTimestamp);

  int32_t InterpolateTouch(MultiTouchInput& aOutTouch, uint64_t aSampleTime);
  int32_t ExtrapolateTouch(MultiTouchInput& aOutTouch, uint64_t aSampleTime);
  void ResampleTouchMoves(MultiTouchInput& aOutTouch, uint64_t vsyncTime);
  void SendTouchEvent(MultiTouchInput& aData);
  void DispatchMouseEvent(MultiTouchInput& aMultiTouch,
                          bool aForwardToChildren);
  WidgetMouseEvent ToWidgetMouseEvent(const MultiTouchInput& aData, nsIWidget* aWidget) const;

  // mTouchQueueLock are used to protect the vector below
  // as it is accessed on the vsync thread and main thread
  Mutex mTouchQueueLock;
  std::vector<MultiTouchInput> mTouchMoveEvents;

  bool mResamplingEnabled;
  bool mTouchEventsFiltered;
  bool mEnabledUniformityInfo;

  // All times below are in nanoseconds
  int32_t mVsyncAdjust;     // Time from vsync we create sample times from
  int32_t mMaxPredict;      // How far into the future we're allowed to extrapolate

  // Amount of time between vsync and the last event that is required before we
  // resample
  int32_t mMinResampleTime;

  // The time difference between the last two touch move events
  int64_t mTouchTimeDiff;

  // The system time at which the last touch event occured
  uint64_t mLastTouchTime;

} // namespace mozilla