widget/gonk/GeckoTouchDispatcher.h
author Andrea Marchesini <amarchesini@mozilla.com>
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 09:46:00 +0200
changeset 273122 1d8a8363362266ded5166b33c96d2910e8d48322
parent 265233 ac4464790ec4896a5188fa50cfc69ae0ffeddc08
child 273260 6deee758b43ce4af8e38891b871fa0d6479a306f
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Bug 1159794 - "fix the comment for dom.workers.websocket.enabled in all.js" . r=bz

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#ifndef GECKO_TOUCH_INPUT_DISPATCHER_h
#define GECKO_TOUCH_INPUT_DISPATCHER_h

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

class nsIWidget;

namespace mozilla {
namespace layers {
class CompositorVsyncObserver;
}

// 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 final
{
  NS_INLINE_DECL_THREADSAFE_REFCOUNTING(GeckoTouchDispatcher)

public:
  static GeckoTouchDispatcher* GetInstance();
  void NotifyTouch(MultiTouchInput& aTouch, TimeStamp aEventTime);
  void DispatchTouchEvent(MultiTouchInput aMultiTouch);
  void DispatchTouchNonMoveEvent(MultiTouchInput aInput);
  void DispatchTouchMoveEvents(TimeStamp aVsyncTime);
  void NotifyVsync(TimeStamp aVsyncTimestamp);
  void SetCompositorVsyncObserver(layers::CompositorVsyncObserver* aObserver);

protected:
  ~GeckoTouchDispatcher() {}

private:
  GeckoTouchDispatcher();
  void ResampleTouchMoves(MultiTouchInput& aOutTouch, TimeStamp vsyncTime);
  void SendTouchEvent(MultiTouchInput& aData);
  void DispatchMouseEvent(MultiTouchInput& aMultiTouch,
                          bool aForwardToChildren);

  // mTouchQueueLock is used to protect the vector and state below
  // as it is accessed on multiple threads.
  Mutex mTouchQueueLock;
  std::vector<MultiTouchInput> mTouchMoveEvents;
  bool mHavePendingTouchMoves;
  int mInflightNonMoveEvents;
  // end stuff protected by mTouchQueueLock

  bool mResamplingEnabled;
  bool mTouchEventsFiltered;
  bool mEnabledUniformityInfo;

  // All times below are in nanoseconds
  TimeDuration mVsyncAdjust;     // Time from vsync we create sample times from
  TimeDuration 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
  TimeDuration mMinResampleTime;

  // Threshold if a vsync event runs too far behind touch events
  TimeDuration mDelayedVsyncThreshold;

  // How far ahead can vsync events get ahead of touch events.
  TimeDuration mOldTouchThreshold;

  nsRefPtr<layers::CompositorVsyncObserver> mCompositorVsyncObserver;
};

} // namespace mozilla
#endif // GECKO_TOUCH_INPUT_DISPATCHER_h