author David Anderson <>
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 18:47:07 -0800
changeset 377057 4704ac96489ac410b8be58336ebb6225d1f19afb
parent 377056 58db09989d0509a721ad4ae60c24753fba767716
child 389858 8bb8a944f0bc2ee93012375e386882b36fef71c0
permissions -rw-r--r--
Remove PCompositable. (bug 1323957 part 5, r=mattwoodrow)

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#include <stdint.h>                     // for uint64_t
#include <vector>                       // for vector
#include <map>                          // for map
#include "mozilla/Assertions.h"         // for MOZ_CRASH
#include "mozilla/RefPtr.h"             // for already_AddRefed, RefCounted
#include "mozilla/gfx/Types.h"          // for SurfaceFormat
#include "mozilla/layers/CompositorTypes.h"
#include "mozilla/layers/LayersTypes.h"  // for LayersBackend, TextureDumpMode
#include "mozilla/layers/TextureClient.h"  // for TextureClient
#include "nsISupportsImpl.h"            // for MOZ_COUNT_CTOR, etc

namespace mozilla {
namespace layers {

class CompositableClient;
class ImageBridgeChild;
class ImageContainer;
class CompositableForwarder;
class CompositableChild;
class PCompositableChild;
class TextureClientRecycleAllocator;
class ContentClientRemote;

 * CompositableClient manages the texture-specific logic for composite layers,
 * independently of the layer. It is the content side of a CompositableClient/
 * CompositableHost pair.
 * CompositableClient's purpose is to send texture data to the compositor side
 * along with any extra information about how the texture is to be composited.
 * Things like opacity or transformation belong to layer and not compositable.
 * Since Compositables are independent of layers it is possible to create one,
 * connect it to the compositor side, and start sending images to it. This alone
 * is arguably not very useful, but it means that as long as a shadow layer can
 * do the proper magic to find a reference to the right CompositableHost on the
 * Compositor side, a Compositable client can be used outside of the main
 * shadow layer forwarder machinery that is used on the main thread.
 * The first step is to create a Compositable client and call Connect().
 * Connect() creates the underlying IPDL actor (see CompositableChild) and the
 * corresponding CompositableHost on the other side.
 * To do in-transaction texture transfer (the default), call
 * ShadowLayerForwarder::Attach(CompositableClient*, ShadowableLayer*). This
 * will let the LayerComposite on the compositor side know which CompositableHost
 * to use for compositing.
 * To do async texture transfer (like async-video), the CompositableClient
 * should be created with a different CompositableForwarder (like
 * ImageBridgeChild) and attachment is done with
 * CompositableForwarder::AttachAsyncCompositable that takes an identifier
 * instead of a CompositableChild, since the CompositableClient is not managed
 * by this layer forwarder (the matching uses a global map on the compositor side,
 * see CompositableMap in ImageBridgeParent.cpp)
 * Subclasses: Painted layers use ContentClients, ImageLayers use ImageClients,
 * Canvas layers use CanvasClients (but ImageHosts). We have a different subclass
 * where we have a different way of interfacing with the textures - in terms of
 * drawing into the compositable and/or passing its contents to the compostior.
class CompositableClient
  virtual ~CompositableClient();


  explicit CompositableClient(CompositableForwarder* aForwarder, TextureFlags aFlags = TextureFlags::NO_FLAGS);

  virtual void Dump(std::stringstream& aStream,
                    const char* aPrefix="",
                    bool aDumpHtml=false,
                    TextureDumpMode aCompress=TextureDumpMode::Compress) {};

  virtual TextureInfo GetTextureInfo() const = 0;

  LayersBackend GetCompositorBackendType() const;

  CreateBufferTextureClient(gfx::SurfaceFormat aFormat,
                            gfx::IntSize aSize,
                            gfx::BackendType aMoz2dBackend = gfx::BackendType::NONE,
                            TextureFlags aFlags = TextureFlags::DEFAULT);

  CreateTextureClientForDrawing(gfx::SurfaceFormat aFormat,
                                gfx::IntSize aSize,
                                BackendSelector aSelector,
                                TextureFlags aTextureFlags,
                                TextureAllocationFlags aAllocFlags = ALLOC_DEFAULT);

  CreateTextureClientFromSurface(gfx::SourceSurface* aSurface,
                                 BackendSelector aSelector,
                                 TextureFlags aTextureFlags,
                                 TextureAllocationFlags aAllocFlags = ALLOC_DEFAULT);

   * Establishes the connection with compositor side through IPDL
  virtual bool Connect(ImageContainer* aImageContainer = nullptr);

  void Destroy();

  bool IsConnected() const;

  CompositableForwarder* GetForwarder() const
    return mForwarder;

   * This identifier is what lets us attach async compositables with a shadow
   * layer. It is not used if the compositable is used with the regular shadow
   * layer forwarder.
   * If this returns empty, it means the compositable is not async (it is used
   * on the main thread).
  CompositableHandle GetAsyncHandle() const;

   * Handle for IPDL communication.
  CompositableHandle GetIPCHandle() const {
    return mHandle;

   * Tells the Compositor to create a TextureHost for this TextureClient.
  virtual bool AddTextureClient(TextureClient* aClient);

   * A hook for the when the Compositable is detached from it's layer.
  virtual void OnDetach() {}

   * Clear any resources that are not immediately necessary. This may be called
   * in low-memory conditions.
  virtual void ClearCachedResources();

   * Shrink memory usage.
   * Called when "memory-pressure" is observed.
  virtual void HandleMemoryPressure();

   * Should be called when deataching a TextureClient from a Compositable, because
   * some platforms need to do some extra book keeping when this happens.
   * See AutoRemoveTexture to automatically invoke this at the end of a scope.
  virtual void RemoveTexture(TextureClient* aTexture);

  virtual ContentClientRemote* AsContentClientRemote() { return nullptr; }

  void InitIPDL(const CompositableHandle& aHandle);

  TextureFlags GetTextureFlags() const { return mTextureFlags; }

  TextureClientRecycleAllocator* GetTextureClientRecycler();

  bool HasTextureClientRecycler() { return !!mTextureClientRecycler; }

  static void DumpTextureClient(std::stringstream& aStream,
                                TextureClient* aTexture,
                                TextureDumpMode aCompress);
  RefPtr<CompositableForwarder> mForwarder;
  // Some layers may want to enforce some flags to all their textures
  // (like disallowing tiling)
  TextureFlags mTextureFlags;
  RefPtr<TextureClientRecycleAllocator> mTextureClientRecycler;

  CompositableHandle mHandle;
  bool mIsAsync;

  friend class CompositableChild;

 * Helper to call RemoveTexture at the end of a scope.
struct AutoRemoveTexture
  explicit AutoRemoveTexture(CompositableClient* aCompositable,
                             TextureClient* aTexture = nullptr)
    : mTexture(aTexture)
    , mCompositable(aCompositable)


  RefPtr<TextureClient> mTexture;
  CompositableClient* mCompositable;

} // namespace layers
} // namespace mozilla