author longsonr <>
Tue, 01 Jan 2019 09:16:21 +0000
changeset 509337 c8faeeccdb0eb21465e878d98b766fcf194e517d
parent 505383 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1516980 - Move nsSMILCompositor and nsSMILTimedElement to the mozilla namespace r=bbirtles

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 * A significant moment in an SMILTimedElement's lifetime where a sample is
 * required.
 * Animations register the next milestone in their lifetime with the time
 * container that they belong to. When the animation controller goes to run
 * a sample it first visits all the animations that have a registered milestone
 * in order of their milestone times. This allows interdependencies between
 * animations to be correctly resolved and events to fire in the proper order.
 * A distinction is made between a milestone representing the end of an interval
 * and any other milestone. This is because if animation A ends at time t, and
 * animation B begins at the same time t (or has some other significant moment
 * such as firing a repeat event), SMIL's endpoint-exclusive timing model
 * implies that the interval end occurs first. In fact, interval ends can be
 * thought of as ending an infinitesimally small time before t. Therefore,
 * A should be sampled before B.
 * Furthermore, this distinction between sampling the end of an interval and
 * a regular sample is used within the timing model (specifically in
 * SMILTimedElement) to ensure that all intervals ending at time t are sampled
 * before any new intervals are entered so that we have a fully up-to-date set
 * of instance times available before committing to a new interval. Once an
 * interval is entered, the begin time is fixed.
class nsSMILMilestone {
  nsSMILMilestone(nsSMILTime aTime, bool aIsEnd)
      : mTime(aTime), mIsEnd(aIsEnd) {}

  nsSMILMilestone() : mTime(0), mIsEnd(false) {}

  bool operator==(const nsSMILMilestone& aOther) const {
    return mTime == aOther.mTime && mIsEnd == aOther.mIsEnd;

  bool operator!=(const nsSMILMilestone& aOther) const {
    return !(*this == aOther);

  bool operator<(const nsSMILMilestone& aOther) const {
    // Earlier times sort first, and for equal times end milestones sort first
    return mTime < aOther.mTime ||
           (mTime == aOther.mTime && mIsEnd && !aOther.mIsEnd);

  bool operator<=(const nsSMILMilestone& aOther) const {
    return *this == aOther || *this < aOther;

  bool operator>=(const nsSMILMilestone& aOther) const {
    return !(*this < aOther);

  nsSMILTime mTime;  // The milestone time. This may be in container time or
                     // parent container time depending on where it is used.
  bool mIsEnd;       // true if this milestone corresponds to an interval
                     // end, false otherwise.