author Nika Layzell <>
Tue, 25 Sep 2018 17:34:53 +0200
changeset 507828 5e6dae0c1e5a4939ccd406f14607f7fafffd45a7
parent 491048 5c420838bf5229f08145ac9a8c0f4b06cfbc2925
child 508163 6f3709b3878117466168c40affa7bca0b60cf75b
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1448426 - Wrap windows.h to avoid problematic define statements, r=froydnj,glandium By default, windows.h exposes a large number of problematic define statements which are UpperCamelCase, such as a define from `CreateWindow` to `CreateWindow{A,W}`. As many of these names are generic (e.g. CreateFile, CreateWindow), they can mess up Gecko code that may legitimately have its own methods with the same names. The header also defines some traditional SCREAMING_SNAKE_CASE defines which can mess up our code by conflicting with local values. This patch adds a simple code generator which generates wrappers for these defines, and uses them to wrap the windows.h wrapper using the `stl_wrappers` mechanism, allowing us to use windows.h in more places. Differential Revision:

/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
/* vim: set ts=8 sts=2 et sw=2 tw=80: */
/* 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 */

/* state and methods used while laying out a single line of a block frame */

#ifndef nsLineLayout_h___
#define nsLineLayout_h___

#include "gfxTypes.h"
#include "JustificationUtils.h"
#include "mozilla/ArenaAllocator.h"
#include "mozilla/WritingModes.h"
#include "BlockReflowInput.h"
#include "nsLineBox.h"

class nsBulletFrame;
class nsFloatManager;
struct nsStyleText;

class nsLineLayout {
  using BlockReflowInput = mozilla::BlockReflowInput;
  using ReflowInput = mozilla::ReflowInput;
  using ReflowOutput = mozilla::ReflowOutput;

   * @param aBaseLineLayout the nsLineLayout for ruby base,
   * nullptr if no separate base nsLineLayout is needed.
  nsLineLayout(nsPresContext* aPresContext,
               nsFloatManager* aFloatManager,
               const ReflowInput* aOuterReflowInput,
               const nsLineList::iterator* aLine,
               nsLineLayout* aBaseLineLayout);

  void Init(BlockReflowInput* aState, nscoord aMinLineBSize,
            int32_t aLineNumber) {
    mBlockRI = aState;
    mMinLineBSize = aMinLineBSize;
    mLineNumber = aLineNumber;

  int32_t GetLineNumber() const {
    return mLineNumber;

  void BeginLineReflow(nscoord aICoord, nscoord aBCoord,
                       nscoord aISize, nscoord aBSize,
                       bool aImpactedByFloats,
                       bool aIsTopOfPage,
                       mozilla::WritingMode aWritingMode,
                       const nsSize& aContainerSize);

  void EndLineReflow();

   * Called when a float has been placed. This method updates the
   * inline frame and span data to account for any change in positions
   * due to available space for the line boxes changing.
   * @param aX/aY/aWidth/aHeight are the new available
   * space rectangle, relative to the containing block.
   * @param aFloatFrame the float frame that was placed.
  void UpdateBand(mozilla::WritingMode aWM,
                  const mozilla::LogicalRect& aNewAvailableSpace,
                  nsIFrame* aFloatFrame);

  void BeginSpan(nsIFrame* aFrame, const ReflowInput* aSpanReflowInput,
                 nscoord aLeftEdge, nscoord aRightEdge, nscoord* aBaseline);

  // Returns the width of the span
  nscoord EndSpan(nsIFrame* aFrame);

  // This method attaches the last frame reflowed in this line layout
  // to that in the base line layout.
  void AttachLastFrameToBaseLineLayout()

  // This method attaches the root frame of this line layout to the
  // last reflowed frame in the base line layout.
  void AttachRootFrameToBaseLineLayout()

  int32_t GetCurrentSpanCount() const;

  void SplitLineTo(int32_t aNewCount);

  bool IsZeroBSize();

  // Reflows the frame and returns the reflow status. aPushedFrame is true
  // if the frame is pushed to the next line because it doesn't fit.
  void ReflowFrame(nsIFrame* aFrame,
                   nsReflowStatus& aReflowStatus,
                   ReflowOutput* aMetrics,
                   bool& aPushedFrame);

  void AddBulletFrame(nsBulletFrame* aFrame, const ReflowOutput& aMetrics);

  void RemoveBulletFrame(nsBulletFrame* aFrame);

   * Place frames in the block direction (CSS property vertical-align)
  void VerticalAlignLine();

  bool TrimTrailingWhiteSpace();

   * Place frames in the inline direction (CSS property text-align).
  void TextAlignLine(nsLineBox* aLine, bool aIsLastLine);

   * Handle all the relative positioning in the line, compute the
   * combined area (== overflow area) for the line, and handle view
   * sizing/positioning and the setting of the overflow rect.
  void RelativePositionFrames(nsOverflowAreas& aOverflowAreas)
    RelativePositionFrames(mRootSpan, aOverflowAreas);

  // Support methods for word-wrapping during line reflow

  void SetJustificationInfo(const mozilla::JustificationInfo& aInfo)
    mJustificationInfo = aInfo;

   * @return true if so far during reflow no non-empty content has been
   * placed in the line (according to nsIFrame::IsEmpty())
  bool LineIsEmpty() const
    return mLineIsEmpty;

   * @return true if so far during reflow no non-empty leaf content
   * (non-collapsed whitespace, replaced element, inline-block, etc) has been
   * placed in the line
  bool LineAtStart() const
    return mLineAtStart;

  bool LineIsBreakable() const;

  bool GetLineEndsInBR() const
    return mLineEndsInBR;

  void SetLineEndsInBR(bool aOn)
    mLineEndsInBR = aOn;

  // Inform the line-layout about the presence of a floating frame
  // XXX get rid of this: use get-frame-type?
  bool AddFloat(nsIFrame* aFloat, nscoord aAvailableISize)
    // When reflowing ruby text frames, no block reflow state is
    // provided to the line layout. However, floats should never be
    // associated with ruby text containers, hence this method should
    // not be called in that case.
               "Should not call this method if there is no block reflow state "
    return mBlockRI->AddFloat(this, aFloat, aAvailableISize);

  void SetTrimmableISize(nscoord aTrimmableISize) {
    mTrimmableISize = aTrimmableISize;


  bool GetFirstLetterStyleOK() const {
    return mFirstLetterStyleOK;

  void SetFirstLetterStyleOK(bool aSetting) {
    mFirstLetterStyleOK = aSetting;

  bool GetInFirstLetter() const {
    return mInFirstLetter;

  void SetInFirstLetter(bool aSetting) {
    mInFirstLetter = aSetting;

  bool GetInFirstLine() const {
    return mInFirstLine;

  void SetInFirstLine(bool aSetting) {
    mInFirstLine = aSetting;

  // Calling this during block reflow ensures that the next line of inlines
  // will be marked dirty, if there is one.
  void SetDirtyNextLine() {
    mDirtyNextLine = true;
  bool GetDirtyNextLine() {
    return mDirtyNextLine;


  nsPresContext* mPresContext;

   * Record where an optional break could have been placed. During line reflow,
   * frames containing optional break points (e.g., whitespace in text frames)
   * can call SetLastOptionalBreakPosition to record where a break could
   * have been made, but wasn't because we decided to place more content on
   * the line. For non-text frames, offset 0 means before the frame, offset
   * INT32_MAX means after the frame.
   * Currently this is used to handle cases where a single word comprises
   * multiple frames, and the first frame fits on the line but the whole word
   * doesn't. We look back to the last optional break position and
   * reflow the whole line again, forcing a break at that position. The last
   * optional break position could be in a text frame or else after a frame
   * that cannot be part of a text run, so those are the positions we record.
   * @param aFrame the frame which contains the optional break position.
   * @param aFits set to true if the break position is within the available width.
   * @param aPriority the priority of the break opportunity. If we are
   * prioritizing break opportunities, we will not set a break if we have
   * already set a break with a higher priority. @see gfxBreakPriority.
   * @return true if we are actually reflowing with forced break position and we
   * should break here
  bool NotifyOptionalBreakPosition(nsIFrame* aFrame,
                                   int32_t aOffset,
                                   bool aFits,
                                   gfxBreakPriority aPriority);

  // Tries to place a float, and records whether the float actually was placed.
  bool TryToPlaceFloat(nsIFrame* aFloat);

  // Records a floating frame in a nowrap context for it to be placed on the
  // next break opportunity.
  void RecordNoWrapFloat(nsIFrame* aFloat);

  // Tries to place the floats from the nowrap context.
  void FlushNoWrapFloats();

   * Like NotifyOptionalBreakPosition, but here it's OK for mNeedBackup
   * to be set, because the caller is merely pruning some saved break position(s)
   * that are actually not feasible.
  void RestoreSavedBreakPosition(nsIFrame* aFrame, int32_t aOffset,
                                 gfxBreakPriority aPriority) {
    mLastOptionalBreakFrame = aFrame;
    mLastOptionalBreakFrameOffset = aOffset;
    mLastOptionalBreakPriority = aPriority;
   * Signal that no backing up will be required after all.
  void ClearOptionalBreakPosition() {
    mNeedBackup = false;
    mLastOptionalBreakFrame = nullptr;
    mLastOptionalBreakFrameOffset = -1;
    mLastOptionalBreakPriority = gfxBreakPriority::eNoBreak;
  // Retrieve last set optional break position. When this returns null, no
  // optional break has been recorded (which means that the line can't break yet).
  nsIFrame* GetLastOptionalBreakPosition(int32_t* aOffset,
                                         gfxBreakPriority* aPriority) {
    *aOffset = mLastOptionalBreakFrameOffset;
    *aPriority = mLastOptionalBreakPriority;
    return mLastOptionalBreakFrame;
  // Whether any optional break position has been recorded.
  bool HasOptionalBreakPosition() const
    return mLastOptionalBreakFrame != nullptr;
  // Get the priority of the last optional break position recorded.
  gfxBreakPriority LastOptionalBreakPriority() const
    return mLastOptionalBreakPriority;

   * Check whether frames overflowed the available width and CanPlaceFrame
   * requested backing up to a saved break position.
  bool NeedsBackup() { return mNeedBackup; }

  // Line layout may place too much content on a line, overflowing its available
  // width. When that happens, if SetLastOptionalBreakPosition has been
  // used to record an optional break that wasn't taken, we can reflow the line
  // again and force the break to happen at that point (i.e., backtracking
  // to the last choice point).

  // Record that we want to break at the given content+offset (which
  // should have been previously returned by GetLastOptionalBreakPosition
  // from another nsLineLayout).
  void ForceBreakAtPosition(nsIFrame* aFrame, int32_t aOffset) {
    mForceBreakFrame = aFrame;
    mForceBreakFrameOffset = aOffset;
  bool HaveForcedBreakPosition() { return mForceBreakFrame != nullptr; }
  int32_t GetForcedBreakPosition(nsIFrame* aFrame) {
    return mForceBreakFrame == aFrame ? mForceBreakFrameOffset : -1;

   * This can't be null. It usually returns a block frame but may return
   * some other kind of frame when inline frames are reflowed in a non-block
   * context (e.g. MathML or floating first-letter).
  nsIFrame* LineContainerFrame() const { return mBlockReflowInput->mFrame; }
  const ReflowInput* LineContainerRI() const { return mBlockReflowInput; }
  const nsLineList::iterator* GetLine() const {
    return mGotLineBox ? &mLineBox : nullptr;
  nsLineList::iterator* GetLine() {
    return mGotLineBox ? &mLineBox : nullptr;

   * Returns the accumulated advance width of frames before the current frame
   * on the line, plus the line container's left border+padding.
   * This is always positive, the advance width is measured from
   * the right edge for RTL blocks and from the left edge for LTR blocks.
   * In other words, the current frame's distance from the line container's
   * start content edge is:
   * <code>GetCurrentFrameInlineDistanceFromBlock() - lineContainer->GetUsedBorderAndPadding().left</code>
   * Note the use of <code>.left</code> for both LTR and RTL line containers.
  nscoord GetCurrentFrameInlineDistanceFromBlock();

   * Move the inline position where the next frame will be reflowed forward by
   * aAmount.
  void AdvanceICoord(nscoord aAmount) { mCurrentSpan->mICoord += aAmount; }
   * Returns the writing mode for the root span.
  mozilla::WritingMode GetWritingMode() { return mRootSpan->mWritingMode; }
   * Returns the inline position where the next frame will be reflowed.
  nscoord GetCurrentICoord() { return mCurrentSpan->mICoord; }

  void SetSuppressLineWrap(bool aEnabled) { mSuppressLineWrap = aEnabled; }

  // This state is constant for a given block frame doing line layout

  // A non-owning pointer, which points to the object owned by
  // nsAutoFloatManager::mNew.
  nsFloatManager* mFloatManager;

  const nsStyleText* mStyleText; // for the block
  const ReflowInput* mBlockReflowInput;

  // The line layout for the base text.  It is usually nullptr.
  // It becomes not null when the current line layout is for ruby
  // annotations. When there is nested ruby inside annotation, it
  // forms a linked list from the inner annotation to the outermost
  // line layout. The outermost line layout, which has this member
  // being nullptr, is responsible for managing the life cycle of
  // per-frame data and per-span data, and handling floats.
  nsLineLayout* const mBaseLineLayout;

  nsLineLayout* GetOutermostLineLayout() {
    nsLineLayout* lineLayout = this;
    while (lineLayout->mBaseLineLayout) {
      lineLayout = lineLayout->mBaseLineLayout;
    return lineLayout;

  nsIFrame* mLastOptionalBreakFrame;
  nsIFrame* mForceBreakFrame;

  // XXX remove this when landing bug 154892 (splitting absolute positioned frames)
  friend class nsInlineFrame;

  // XXX Take care that nsRubyBaseContainer would give nullptr to this
  //     member. It should not be a problem currently, since the only
  //     code use it is handling float, which does not affect ruby.
  //     See comment in nsLineLayout::AddFloat
  BlockReflowInput* mBlockRI;/* XXX hack! */

  nsLineList::iterator mLineBox;

  // Per-frame data recorded by the line-layout reflow logic. This
  // state is the state needed to post-process the line after reflow
  // has completed (block-direction alignment, inline-direction alignment,
  // justification and relative positioning).

  struct PerSpanData;
  struct PerFrameData;
  friend struct PerSpanData;
  friend struct PerFrameData;
  struct PerFrameData
    // link to next/prev frame in same span
    PerFrameData* mNext;
    PerFrameData* mPrev;

    // Link to the frame of next ruby annotation.  It is a linked list
    // through this pointer from ruby base to all its annotations.  It
    // could be nullptr if there is no more annotation.
    // If PFD_ISLINKEDTOBASE is set, the current PFD is one of the ruby
    // annotations in the base's list, otherwise it is the ruby base,
    // and its mNextAnnotation is the start of the linked list.
    PerFrameData* mNextAnnotation;

    // pointer to child span data if this is an inline container frame
    PerSpanData* mSpan;

    // The frame
    nsIFrame* mFrame;

    // From metrics
    nscoord mAscent;
    // note that mBounds is a logical rect in the *line*'s writing mode.
    // When setting frame coordinates, we have to convert to the frame's
    //  writing mode
    mozilla::LogicalRect mBounds;
    nsOverflowAreas mOverflowAreas;

    // From reflow-state
    mozilla::LogicalMargin mMargin;        // in *line* writing mode
    mozilla::LogicalMargin mBorderPadding; // in *line* writing mode
    mozilla::LogicalMargin mOffsets;       // in *frame* writing mode

    // state for text justification
    // Note that, although all frames would have correct inner
    // opportunities computed after ComputeFrameJustification, start
    // and end justifiable info are not reliable for non-text frames.
    mozilla::JustificationInfo mJustificationInfo;
    mozilla::JustificationAssignment mJustificationAssignment;

    // PerFrameData flags
    bool mRelativePos : 1;
    bool mIsTextFrame : 1;
    bool mIsNonEmptyTextFrame : 1;
    bool mIsNonWhitespaceTextFrame : 1;
    bool mIsLetterFrame : 1;
    bool mRecomputeOverflow : 1;
    bool mIsBullet : 1;
    bool mSkipWhenTrimmingWhitespace : 1;
    bool mIsEmpty : 1;
    bool mIsPlaceholder : 1;
    bool mIsLinkedToBase : 1;

    // Other state we use
    uint8_t mBlockDirAlign;
    mozilla::WritingMode mWritingMode;

    PerFrameData* Last() {
      PerFrameData* pfd = this;
      while (pfd->mNext) {
        pfd = pfd->mNext;
      return pfd;

    bool IsStartJustifiable() const
      return mJustificationInfo.mIsStartJustifiable;

    bool IsEndJustifiable() const
      return mJustificationInfo.mIsEndJustifiable;

    bool ParticipatesInJustification() const;
  PerFrameData* mFrameFreeList;

  // In nsLineLayout, a "span" is a container inline frame, and a "frame" is one
  // of its children.
  // nsLineLayout::BeginLineReflow() creates the initial PerSpanData which is
  // called the "root span". nsInlineFrame::ReflowFrames() creates a new
  // PerSpanData when it calls nsLineLayout::BeginSpan(); at this time, the
  // nsLineLayout object's mCurrentSpan is switched to the new span. The new
  // span records the old mCurrentSpan as its parent. After reflowing the child
  // inline frames, nsInlineFrame::ReflowFrames() calls nsLineLayout::EndSpan(),
  // which pops the PerSpanData and re-sets mCurrentSpan.
  struct PerSpanData {
    union {
      PerSpanData* mParent;
      PerSpanData* mNextFreeSpan;

    // The PerFrameData of the inline frame that "owns" the span, or null if
    // this is the root span. mFrame is initialized to the containing inline
    // frame's PerFrameData when a new PerSpanData is pushed in
    // nsLineLayout::BeginSpan().
    PerFrameData* mFrame;

    // The first PerFrameData structure in the span.
    PerFrameData* mFirstFrame;

    // The last PerFrameData structure in the span. PerFrameData structures are
    // added to the span as they are reflowed. mLastFrame may also be directly
    // manipulated if a line is split, or if frames are pushed from one line to
    // the next.
    PerFrameData* mLastFrame;

    const ReflowInput* mReflowInput;
    bool mNoWrap;
    mozilla::WritingMode mWritingMode;
    bool mContainsFloat;
    bool mHasNonemptyContent;

    nscoord mIStart;
    nscoord mICoord;
    nscoord mIEnd;

    nscoord mBStartLeading, mBEndLeading;
    nscoord mLogicalBSize;
    nscoord mMinBCoord, mMaxBCoord;
    nscoord* mBaseline;

    void AppendFrame(PerFrameData* pfd) {
      if (!mLastFrame) {
        mFirstFrame = pfd;
      } else {
        mLastFrame->mNext = pfd;
        pfd->mPrev = mLastFrame;
      mLastFrame = pfd;
  PerSpanData* mSpanFreeList;
  PerSpanData* mRootSpan;
  PerSpanData* mCurrentSpan;

  // The container size to use when converting between logical and
  // physical coordinates for frames in this span. For the root span
  // this is the size of the block cached in mContainerSize; for
  // child spans it's the size of the root span.
  nsSize ContainerSizeForSpan(PerSpanData* aPSD) {
    return (aPSD == mRootSpan)
      ? mContainerSize
      : aPSD->mFrame->mBounds.Size(mRootSpan->mWritingMode).

  gfxBreakPriority mLastOptionalBreakPriority;
  int32_t     mLastOptionalBreakFrameOffset;
  int32_t     mForceBreakFrameOffset;

  nscoord mMinLineBSize;

  // The amount of text indent that we applied to this line, needed for
  // max-element-size calculation.
  nscoord mTextIndent;

  // This state varies during the reflow of a line but is line
  // "global" state not span "local" state.
  int32_t mLineNumber;
  mozilla::JustificationInfo mJustificationInfo;

  int32_t mTotalPlacedFrames;

  nscoord mBStartEdge;
  nscoord mMaxStartBoxBSize;
  nscoord mMaxEndBoxBSize;

  nscoord mInflationMinFontSize;

  // Final computed line-bSize value after VerticalAlignFrames for
  // the block has been called.
  nscoord mFinalLineBSize;

  // Amount of trimmable whitespace inline size for the trailing text
  // frame, if any
  nscoord mTrimmableISize;

  // Physical size. Use only for physical <-> logical coordinate conversion.
  nsSize mContainerSize;
  const nsSize& ContainerSize() const { return mContainerSize; }

  bool mFirstLetterStyleOK      : 1;
  bool mIsTopOfPage             : 1;
  bool mImpactedByFloats        : 1;
  bool mLastFloatWasLetterFrame : 1;
  bool mLineIsEmpty             : 1;
  bool mLineEndsInBR            : 1;
  bool mNeedBackup              : 1;
  bool mInFirstLine             : 1;
  bool mGotLineBox              : 1;
  bool mInFirstLetter           : 1;
  bool mHasBullet               : 1;
  bool mDirtyNextLine           : 1;
  bool mLineAtStart             : 1;
  bool mHasRuby                 : 1;
  bool mSuppressLineWrap        : 1;

  int32_t mSpanDepth;
#ifdef DEBUG
  int32_t mSpansAllocated, mSpansFreed;
  int32_t mFramesAllocated, mFramesFreed;

   * Per span and per frame data.
  mozilla::ArenaAllocator<1024, sizeof(void*)> mArena;

   * Allocate a PerFrameData from the mArena pool. The allocation is infallible.
  PerFrameData* NewPerFrameData(nsIFrame* aFrame);

   * Allocate a PerSpanData from the mArena pool. The allocation is infallible.
  PerSpanData* NewPerSpanData();

  PerFrameData* LastFrame() const { return mCurrentSpan->mLastFrame; }

   * Unlink the given PerFrameData and all the siblings after it from
   * the span. The unlinked PFDs are usually freed immediately.
   * However, if PFD_ISLINKEDTOBASE is set, it won't be freed until
   * the frame of its base is unlinked.
  void UnlinkFrame(PerFrameData* pfd);

   * Free the given PerFrameData.
  void FreeFrame(PerFrameData* pfd);

  void FreeSpan(PerSpanData* psd);

  bool InBlockContext() const {
    return mSpanDepth == 0;

  void PushFrame(nsIFrame* aFrame);

  void AllowForStartMargin(PerFrameData* pfd,
                           ReflowInput& aReflowInput);

  void SyncAnnotationBounds(PerFrameData* aRubyFrame);

  bool CanPlaceFrame(PerFrameData* pfd,
                       bool aNotSafeToBreak,
                       bool aFrameCanContinueTextRun,
                       bool aCanRollBackBeforeFrame,
                       ReflowOutput& aMetrics,
                       nsReflowStatus& aStatus,
                       bool* aOptionalBreakAfterFits);

  void PlaceFrame(PerFrameData* pfd,
                  ReflowOutput& aMetrics);

  void AdjustLeadings(nsIFrame* spanFrame, PerSpanData* psd,
                      const nsStyleText* aStyleText, float aInflation,
                      bool* aZeroEffectiveSpanBox);

  void VerticalAlignFrames(PerSpanData* psd);

  void PlaceTopBottomFrames(PerSpanData* psd,
                            nscoord aDistanceFromStart,
                            nscoord aLineBSize);

  void ApplyRelativePositioning(PerFrameData* aPFD);

  void RelativePositionAnnotations(PerSpanData* aRubyPSD,
                                   nsOverflowAreas& aOverflowAreas);

  void RelativePositionFrames(PerSpanData* psd, nsOverflowAreas& aOverflowAreas);

  bool TrimTrailingWhiteSpaceIn(PerSpanData* psd, nscoord* aDeltaISize);

  struct JustificationComputationState;

  static int AssignInterframeJustificationGaps(
    PerFrameData* aFrame, JustificationComputationState& aState);

  int32_t ComputeFrameJustification(PerSpanData* psd,
                                    JustificationComputationState& aState);

  void AdvanceAnnotationInlineBounds(PerFrameData* aPFD,
                                     const nsSize& aContainerSize,
                                     nscoord aDeltaICoord,
                                     nscoord aDeltaISize);

  void ApplyLineJustificationToAnnotations(PerFrameData* aPFD,
                                           nscoord aDeltaICoord,
                                           nscoord aDeltaISize);

  // Apply justification.  The return value is the amount by which the width of
  // the span corresponding to aPSD got increased due to justification.
  nscoord ApplyFrameJustification(
      PerSpanData* aPSD, mozilla::JustificationApplicationState& aState);

  void ExpandRubyBox(PerFrameData* aFrame, nscoord aReservedISize,
                     const nsSize& aContainerSize);

  void ExpandRubyBoxWithAnnotations(PerFrameData* aFrame,
                                    const nsSize& aContainerSize);

  void ExpandInlineRubyBoxes(PerSpanData* aSpan);

  void AttachFrameToBaseLineLayout(PerFrameData* aFrame);

#ifdef DEBUG
  void DumpPerSpanData(PerSpanData* psd, int32_t aIndent);

#endif /* nsLineLayout_h___ */