author Ryan VanderMeulen <>
Sun, 19 Jan 2014 23:04:26 -0500
changeset 175883 2f9b15aa2f8b6a4b8e4fd8e8667e4d4a4e36fdfa
parent 175881 d9d1983edb5c790457a6d2f2d7cdb1bb810430f4
child 175898 b7a571142fa5b209da747304b62156cf003bcf4a
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Backed out changesets ce0ef3278d5f, d9d1983edb5c, and 7e0609e54c24 (bug 914847) for bustage. a=backout

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/* This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
 * License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
 * file, You can obtain one at */

/* Code to start and animate CSS transitions. */

#ifndef nsTransitionManager_h_
#define nsTransitionManager_h_

#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "mozilla/MemoryReporting.h"
#include "AnimationCommon.h"
#include "nsCSSPseudoElements.h"

class nsStyleContext;
class nsPresContext;
class nsCSSPropertySet;
struct nsTransition;
struct ElementDependentRuleProcessorData;

 * Per-Element data                                                          *

struct ElementPropertyTransition
    : mIsRunningOnCompositor(false)

  nsCSSProperty mProperty;
  nsStyleAnimation::Value mStartValue, mEndValue;
  mozilla::TimeStamp mStartTime; // actual start plus transition delay

  // data from the relevant nsTransition
  mozilla::TimeDuration mDuration;
  mozilla::css::ComputedTimingFunction mTimingFunction;

  // This is the start value to be used for a check for whether a
  // transition is being reversed.  Normally the same as mStartValue,
  // except when this transition started as the reversal of another
  // in-progress transition.  Needed so we can handle two reverses in a
  // row.
  nsStyleAnimation::Value mStartForReversingTest;
  // Likewise, the portion (in value space) of the "full" reversed
  // transition that we're actually covering.  For example, if a :hover
  // effect has a transition that moves the element 10px to the right
  // (by changing 'left' from 0px to 10px), and the mouse moves in to
  // the element (starting the transition) but then moves out after the
  // transition has advanced 4px, the second transition (from 10px/4px
  // to 0px) will have mReversePortion of 0.4.  (If the mouse then moves
  // in again when the transition is back to 2px, the mReversePortion
  // for the third transition (from 0px/2px to 10px) will be 0.8.
  double mReversePortion;
  // true when the transition is running on the compositor. In particular,
  // mIsRunningOnCompositor will be false if the transition has a delay and we
  // are not yet at mStartTime, so there is no animation on the layer.
  bool mIsRunningOnCompositor;

  // Compute the portion of the *value* space that we should be through
  // at the given time.  (The input to the transition timing function
  // has time units, the output has value units.)
  double ValuePortionFor(mozilla::TimeStamp aRefreshTime) const;

  bool IsRemovedSentinel() const
    return mStartTime.IsNull();

  void SetRemovedSentinel()
    // assign the null time stamp
    mStartTime = mozilla::TimeStamp();

  bool IsRunningAt(mozilla::TimeStamp aTime) const;

struct ElementTransitions MOZ_FINAL
  : public mozilla::css::CommonElementAnimationData 
  ElementTransitions(mozilla::dom::Element *aElement, nsIAtom *aElementProperty,
                     nsTransitionManager *aTransitionManager,
                     mozilla::TimeStamp aNow);

  void EnsureStyleRuleFor(mozilla::TimeStamp aRefreshTime);

  virtual bool HasAnimationOfProperty(nsCSSProperty aProperty) const MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual bool CanPerformOnCompositorThread(CanAnimateFlags aFlags) const MOZ_OVERRIDE;

  // Either zero or one for each CSS property:
  nsTArray<ElementPropertyTransition> mPropertyTransitions;

  // Generation counter for flushes of throttled transitions.
  // Used to prevent updating the styles twice for a given element during
  // UpdateAllThrottledStyles.
  mozilla::TimeStamp mFlushGeneration;

class nsTransitionManager MOZ_FINAL
  : public mozilla::css::CommonAnimationManager
  nsTransitionManager(nsPresContext *aPresContext)
    : mozilla::css::CommonAnimationManager(aPresContext)

  static ElementTransitions* GetTransitions(nsIContent* aContent) {
    return static_cast<ElementTransitions*>

  // Returns true if aContent or any of its ancestors has a transition.
  static bool ContentOrAncestorHasTransition(nsIContent* aContent) {
    do {
      if (GetTransitions(aContent)) {
        return true;
    } while ((aContent = aContent->GetParent()));

    return false;

  typedef mozilla::css::CommonElementAnimationData CommonElementAnimationData;

  static ElementTransitions*
    GetTransitionsForCompositor(nsIContent* aContent,
                                nsCSSProperty aProperty)
    if (!aContent->MayHaveAnimations()) {
      return nullptr;
    ElementTransitions* transitions = GetTransitions(aContent);
    if (!transitions ||
        !transitions->HasAnimationOfProperty(aProperty) ||
          CommonElementAnimationData::CanAnimate_AllowPartial)) {
      return nullptr;
    return transitions;

   * StyleContextChanged
   * To be called from nsFrameManager::ReResolveStyleContext when the
   * style of an element has changed, to initiate transitions from
   * that style change.  For style contexts with :before and :after
   * pseudos, aElement is expected to be the generated before/after
   * element.
   * It may return a "cover rule" (see CoverTransitionStartStyleRule) to
   * cover up some of the changes for the duration of the restyling of
   * descendants.  If it does, this function will take care of causing
   * the necessary restyle afterwards, but the caller must restyle the
   * element *again* with the original sequence of rules plus the
   * returned cover rule as the most specific rule.
    StyleContextChanged(mozilla::dom::Element *aElement,
                        nsStyleContext *aOldStyleContext,
                        nsStyleContext *aNewStyleContext);

  // nsIStyleRuleProcessor (parts)
  virtual void RulesMatching(ElementRuleProcessorData* aData) MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual void RulesMatching(PseudoElementRuleProcessorData* aData) MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual void RulesMatching(AnonBoxRuleProcessorData* aData) MOZ_OVERRIDE;
#ifdef MOZ_XUL
  virtual void RulesMatching(XULTreeRuleProcessorData* aData) MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual size_t SizeOfExcludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf aMallocSizeOf) const
  virtual size_t SizeOfIncludingThis(mozilla::MallocSizeOf aMallocSizeOf) const

  // nsARefreshObserver
  virtual void WillRefresh(mozilla::TimeStamp aTime) MOZ_OVERRIDE;

  void FlushTransitions(FlushFlags aFlags);

  // Performs a 'mini-flush' to make styles from throttled transitions
  // up-to-date prior to processing an unrelated style change, so that
  // any transitions triggered by that style change produce correct
  // results.
  // In more detail:  when we're able to run animations on the
  // compositor, we sometimes "throttle" these animations by skipping
  // updating style data on the main thread.  However, whenever we
  // process a normal (non-animation) style change, any changes in
  // computed style on elements that have transition-* properties set
  // may need to trigger new transitions; this process requires knowing
  // both the old and new values of the property.  To do this correctly,
  // we need to have an up-to-date *old* value of the property on the
  // primary frame.  So the purpose of the mini-flush is to update the
  // style for all throttled transitions and animations to the current
  // animation state without making any other updates, so that when we
  // process the queued style updates we'll have correct old data to
  // compare against.  When we do this, we don't bother touching frames
  // other than primary frames.
  void UpdateAllThrottledStyles();

  virtual void ElementDataRemoved() MOZ_OVERRIDE;
  virtual void AddElementData(mozilla::css::CommonElementAnimationData* aData) MOZ_OVERRIDE;

  void ConsiderStartingTransition(nsCSSProperty aProperty,
                                  const nsTransition& aTransition,
                                  mozilla::dom::Element *aElement,
                                  ElementTransitions *&aElementTransitions,
                                  nsStyleContext *aOldStyleContext,
                                  nsStyleContext *aNewStyleContext,
                                  bool *aStartedAny,
                                  nsCSSPropertySet *aWhichStarted);
  ElementTransitions* GetElementTransitions(mozilla::dom::Element *aElement,
                                            nsCSSPseudoElements::Type aPseudoType,
                                            bool aCreateIfNeeded);
  void WalkTransitionRule(ElementDependentRuleProcessorData* aData,
                          nsCSSPseudoElements::Type aPseudoType);

  // Update the animated styles of an element and its descendants.
  // If the element has a transition, it is flushed back to its primary frame.
  // If the element does not have a transition, then its style is reparented.
  void UpdateThrottledStylesForSubtree(nsIContent* aContent,
                                       nsStyleContext* aParentStyle,
                                       nsStyleChangeList &aChangeList);
  // Update the style on aElement from the transition stored in this manager and
  // the new parent style - aParentStyle. aElement must be transitioning or
  // animated. Returns the updated style.
  nsStyleContext* UpdateThrottledStyle(mozilla::dom::Element* aElement,
                                       nsStyleContext* aParentStyle,
                                       nsStyleChangeList &aChangeList);

#endif /* !defined(nsTransitionManager_h_) */