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/* -*- Mode: C++; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 2 -*- */
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* License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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#ifndef TextOverflow_h_
#define TextOverflow_h_
#include "nsDisplayList.h"
#include "nsTHashSet.h"
#include "mozilla/Attributes.h"
#include "mozilla/Likely.h"
#include "mozilla/UniquePtr.h"
#include "mozilla/WritingModes.h"
#include <algorithm>
class nsIScrollableFrame;
class nsLineBox;
namespace mozilla {
namespace css {
/**
* A class for rendering CSS3 text-overflow.
* Usage:
* 1. allocate an object using WillProcessLines
* 2. then call ProcessLine for each line you are building display lists for
*/
class TextOverflow final {
public:
/**
* Allocate an object for text-overflow processing.
* @return nullptr if no processing is necessary. The caller owns the object.
*/
static Maybe<TextOverflow> WillProcessLines(nsDisplayListBuilder* aBuilder,
nsIFrame* aBlockFrame);
/**
* Constructor, which client code SHOULD NOT use directly. Instead, clients
* should call WillProcessLines(), which is basically the factory function
* for TextOverflow instances.
*/
TextOverflow(nsDisplayListBuilder* aBuilder, nsIFrame* aBlockFrame);
TextOverflow() = delete;
~TextOverflow() = default;
TextOverflow(TextOverflow&&) = default;
TextOverflow(const TextOverflow&) = delete;
TextOverflow& operator=(TextOverflow&&) = default;
TextOverflow& operator=(const TextOverflow&) = delete;
/**
* Analyze the display lists for text overflow and what kind of item is at
* the content edges. Add display items for text-overflow markers as needed
* and remove or clip items that would overlap a marker.
*/
void ProcessLine(const nsDisplayListSet& aLists, nsLineBox* aLine,
uint32_t aLineNumber);
/**
* Get the resulting text-overflow markers (the list may be empty).
* @return a DisplayList containing any text-overflow markers.
*/
nsDisplayList& GetMarkers() { return mMarkerList; }
// Returns whether aBlockFrame has text-overflow:clip on both sides.
static bool HasClippedTextOverflow(nsIFrame* aBlockFrame);
// Returns whether aBlockFrame has a block ellipsis on one of its lines.
static bool HasBlockEllipsis(nsIFrame* aBlockFrame);
// Returns whether aBlockFrame needs analysis for text overflow.
static bool CanHaveOverflowMarkers(nsIFrame* aBlockFrame);
typedef nsTHashSet<nsIFrame*> FrameHashtable;
private:
typedef mozilla::WritingMode WritingMode;
typedef mozilla::LogicalRect LogicalRect;
// Edges to align the IStart and IEnd markers to.
struct AlignmentEdges {
AlignmentEdges()
: mIStart(0), mIEnd(0), mIEndOuter(0), mAssignedInner(false) {}
void AccumulateInner(WritingMode aWM, const LogicalRect& aRect) {
if (MOZ_LIKELY(mAssignedInner)) {
mIStart = std::min(mIStart, aRect.IStart(aWM));
mIEnd = std::max(mIEnd, aRect.IEnd(aWM));
} else {
mIStart = aRect.IStart(aWM);
mIEnd = aRect.IEnd(aWM);
mAssignedInner = true;
}
}
void AccumulateOuter(WritingMode aWM, const LogicalRect& aRect) {
mIEndOuter = std::max(mIEndOuter, aRect.IEnd(aWM));
}
nscoord ISize() { return mIEnd - mIStart; }
// The outermost edges of all text and atomic inline-level frames that are
// inside the area between the markers.
nscoord mIStart;
nscoord mIEnd;
// The closest IEnd edge of all text and atomic inline-level frames that
// fall completely before the IStart edge of the content area. (Used to
// align a block ellipsis when there are no visible frames to align to.)
nscoord mIEndOuter;
bool mAssignedInner;
};
struct InnerClipEdges {
InnerClipEdges()
: mIStart(0), mIEnd(0), mAssignedIStart(false), mAssignedIEnd(false) {}
void AccumulateIStart(WritingMode aWM, const LogicalRect& aRect) {
if (MOZ_LIKELY(mAssignedIStart)) {
mIStart = std::max(mIStart, aRect.IStart(aWM));
} else {
mIStart = aRect.IStart(aWM);
mAssignedIStart = true;
}
}
void AccumulateIEnd(WritingMode aWM, const LogicalRect& aRect) {
if (MOZ_LIKELY(mAssignedIEnd)) {
mIEnd = std::min(mIEnd, aRect.IEnd(aWM));
} else {
mIEnd = aRect.IEnd(aWM);
mAssignedIEnd = true;
}
}
nscoord mIStart;
nscoord mIEnd;
bool mAssignedIStart;
bool mAssignedIEnd;
};
LogicalRect GetLogicalScrollableOverflowRectRelativeToBlock(
nsIFrame* aFrame) const {
return LogicalRect(
mBlockWM,
aFrame->ScrollableOverflowRect() + aFrame->GetOffsetTo(mBlock),
mBlockSize);
}
/**
* Examines frames on the line to determine whether we should draw a left
* and/or right marker, and if so, which frames should be completely hidden
* and the bounds of what will be displayed between the markers.
* @param aLine the line we're processing
* @param aFramesToHide frames that should have their display items removed
* @param aAlignmentEdges edges the markers will be aligned to, including
* the outermost edges of all text and atomic inline-level frames that
* are inside the content area, and the closest IEnd edge of such a frame
* outside the content area
* @return the area inside which we should add any markers;
* this is the block's content area narrowed by any floats on this line.
*/
LogicalRect ExamineLineFrames(nsLineBox* aLine, FrameHashtable* aFramesToHide,
AlignmentEdges* aAlignmentEdges);
/**
* LineHasOverflowingText calls this to analyze edges, both the block's
* content edges and the hypothetical marker edges aligned at the block edges.
* @param aFrame the descendant frame of mBlock that we're analyzing
* @param aContentArea the block's content area
* @param aInsideMarkersArea the rectangle between the markers
* @param aFramesToHide frames that should have their display items removed
* @param aAlignmentEdges edges the markers will be aligned to, including
* the outermost edges of all text and atomic inline-level frames that
* are inside the content area, and the closest IEnd edge of such a frame
* outside the content area
* @param aFoundVisibleTextOrAtomic is set to true if a text or atomic
* inline-level frame is visible between the marker edges
* @param aClippedMarkerEdges the innermost edges of all text and atomic
* inline-level frames that are clipped by the current marker width
*/
void ExamineFrameSubtree(nsIFrame* aFrame, const LogicalRect& aContentArea,
const LogicalRect& aInsideMarkersArea,
FrameHashtable* aFramesToHide,
AlignmentEdges* aAlignmentEdges,
bool* aFoundVisibleTextOrAtomic,
InnerClipEdges* aClippedMarkerEdges);
/**
* ExamineFrameSubtree calls this to analyze a frame against the hypothetical
* marker edges (aInsideMarkersArea) for text frames and atomic inline-level
* elements. A text frame adds its extent inside aInsideMarkersArea where
* grapheme clusters are fully visible. An atomic adds its border box if
* it's fully inside aInsideMarkersArea, otherwise the frame is added to
* aFramesToHide.
* @param aFrame the descendant frame of mBlock that we're analyzing
* @param aFrameType aFrame's frame type
* @param aInsideMarkersArea the rectangle between the markers
* @param aFramesToHide frames that should have their display items removed
* @param aAlignmentEdges the outermost edges of all text and atomic
* inline-level frames that are inside the area between the markers
* inside aInsideMarkersArea
* @param aAlignmentEdges edges the markers will be aligned to, including
* the outermost edges of all text and atomic inline-level frames that
* are inside aInsideMarkersArea, and the closest IEnd edge of such a frame
* outside the content area
* @param aFoundVisibleTextOrAtomic is set to true if a text or atomic
* inline-level frame is visible between the marker edges
* @param aClippedMarkerEdges the innermost edges of all text and atomic
* inline-level frames that are clipped by the current marker width
*/
void AnalyzeMarkerEdges(nsIFrame* aFrame, mozilla::LayoutFrameType aFrameType,
const LogicalRect& aInsideMarkersArea,
FrameHashtable* aFramesToHide,
AlignmentEdges* aAlignmentEdges,
bool* aFoundVisibleTextOrAtomic,
InnerClipEdges* aClippedMarkerEdges);
/**
* Clip or remove items given the final marker edges. ("clip" here just means
* assigning mVisIStartEdge/mVisIEndEdge for any nsCharClipDisplayItem that
* needs it; see nsDisplayList.h for a description of that item).
* @param aFramesToHide remove display items for these frames
* @param aInsideMarkersArea is the area inside the markers
*/
void PruneDisplayListContents(nsDisplayList* aList,
const FrameHashtable& aFramesToHide,
const LogicalRect& aInsideMarkersArea);
/**
* ProcessLine calls this to create display items for the markers and insert
* them into mMarkerList.
* @param aLine the line we're processing
* @param aCreateIStart if true, create a marker on the inline start side
* @param aCreateIEnd if true, create a marker on the inline end side
* @param aInsideMarkersArea is the area inside the markers
* @param aContentArea is the area inside which we should add the markers;
* this is the block's content area narrowed by any floats on this line.
*/
void CreateMarkers(const nsLineBox* aLine, bool aCreateIStart,
bool aCreateIEnd, const LogicalRect& aInsideMarkersArea,
const LogicalRect& aContentArea, uint32_t aLineNumber);
LogicalRect mContentArea;
nsDisplayListBuilder* mBuilder;
nsIFrame* mBlock;
nsIScrollableFrame* mScrollableFrame;
nsDisplayList mMarkerList;
nsSize mBlockSize;
WritingMode mBlockWM;
bool mCanHaveInlineAxisScrollbar;
bool mAdjustForPixelSnapping;
class Marker {
public:
void Init(const StyleTextOverflowSide& aStyle) {
mInitialized = false;
mISize = 0;
mStyle = &aStyle;
mIntrinsicISize = 0;
mHasOverflow = false;
mHasBlockEllipsis = false;
mActive = false;
mEdgeAligned = false;
}
/**
* Setup the marker string and calculate its size, if not done already.
*/
void SetupString(nsIFrame* aFrame);
bool IsSuppressed() const { return !mHasBlockEllipsis && mStyle->IsClip(); }
bool IsNeeded() const { return mHasOverflow || mHasBlockEllipsis; }
void Reset() {
mHasOverflow = false;
mHasBlockEllipsis = false;
mEdgeAligned = false;
}
// The current width of the marker, the range is [0 .. mIntrinsicISize].
nscoord mISize;
// The intrinsic width of the marker.
nscoord mIntrinsicISize;
// The text-overflow style for this side. Ignored if we're rendering a
// block ellipsis.
const StyleTextOverflowSide* mStyle;
// True if there is visible overflowing inline content on this side.
bool mHasOverflow;
// True if this side has a block ellipsis (from -webkit-line-clamp).
bool mHasBlockEllipsis;
// True if mISize and mIntrinsicISize have been setup from style.
bool mInitialized;
// True if the style is not text-overflow:clip on this side and the marker
// won't cause the line to become empty.
bool mActive;
// True if this marker is aligned to the edge of the content box, so that
// when scrolling the marker doesn't jump around.
bool mEdgeAligned;
};
Marker mIStart; // the inline start marker
Marker mIEnd; // the inline end marker
};
} // namespace css
} // namespace mozilla
#endif /* !defined(TextOverflow_h_) */