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<title>Test for Bug 1142686</title>
<script src="/tests/SimpleTest/SimpleTest.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/tests/SimpleTest/test.css"/>
<style>
.flex {
display: flex;
}
#outerFlex {
border: 1px solid black;
}
</style>
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<body>
<div id="display">
<div id="content">
<div class="flex" id="outerFlex">
<div class="flex" id="midFlex">
<div id="innerBlock">
</div>
</div>
</div>
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<pre id="test">
<script type="application/javascript">
"use strict";
/** Test for Bug 1142686 **/
/**
* This test checks how many reflows are required, when we make a change inside
* a set of two nested flex containers, with various styles applied to
* the containers & innermost child. Some flex layout operations require two
* passes (which can cause exponential blowup). This test is intended to verify
* that certain configurations do *not* require two-pass layout, by comparing
* the reflow-count for a more-complex scenario against a less-complex scenario.
*
* We have two nested flex containers around an initially-empty block. For each
* measurement, we put some text in the block, and we see how many frame-reflow
* operations occur as a result.
*/
const gUtils = SpecialPowers.getDOMWindowUtils(window);
// The elements:
const gOuterFlex = document.getElementById("outerFlex");
const gMidFlex = document.getElementById("midFlex");
const gInnerBlock = document.getElementById("innerBlock");
// This cleanup helper-function removes all children from 'parent'
// except for 'childToPreserve' (if specified)
function removeChildrenExcept(parent, childToPreserve)
{
if (childToPreserve && childToPreserve.parentNode != parent) {
// This is just a sanity/integrity-check -- if this fails, it's probably a
// bug in this test rather than in the code. I'm not checking this via
// e.g. "is(childToPreserve.parentNode, parent)", because this *should*
// always pass, and each "pass" is not interesting here since it's a
// sanity-check. It's only interesting/noteworthy if it fails. So, to
// avoid bloating this test's passed-subtest-count & output, we only bother
// reporting on this in the case where something's wrong.
ok(false, "bug in test; 'childToPreserve' should be child of 'parent'");
}
// For simplicity, we just remove *all children* and then reappend
// childToPreserve as the sole child.
while (parent.firstChild) {
parent.removeChild(parent.firstChild);
}
if (childToPreserve) {
parent.appendChild(childToPreserve);
}
}
// Appends 'childCount' new children to 'parent'
function addNChildren(parent, childCount)
{
for (let i = 0; i < childCount; i++) {
let newChild = document.createElement("div");
// Give the new child some text so it's got a nonzero content-size:
newChild.append("a");
parent.appendChild(newChild);
}
}
// Undoes whatever styling customizations and DOM insertions that a given
// testcase has done, to prepare for running the next testcase.
function cleanup()
{
gOuterFlex.style = gMidFlex.style = gInnerBlock.style = "";
removeChildrenExcept(gInnerBlock);
removeChildrenExcept(gMidFlex, gInnerBlock);
removeChildrenExcept(gOuterFlex, gMidFlex);
}
// Each testcase here has a label (used in test output), a function to set up
// the testcase, and (optionally) a function to set up the reference case.
let gTestcases = [
{
label : "border on flex items",
addTestStyle : function() {
gMidFlex.style.border = gInnerBlock.style.border = "3px solid black";
},
},
{
label : "padding on flex items",
addTestStyle : function() {
gMidFlex.style.padding = gInnerBlock.style.padding = "5px";
},
},
{
label : "margin on flex items",
addTestStyle : function() {
gMidFlex.style.margin = gInnerBlock.style.margin = "2px";
},
},
{
// When we make a change in one flex item, the number of reflows should not
// scale with its number of siblings (as long as those siblings' sizes
// aren't impacted by the change):
label : "additional flex items in outer flex container",
// Compare 5 bonus flex items vs. 1 bonus flex item:
addTestStyle : function() {
addNChildren(gOuterFlex, 5);
},
addReferenceStyle : function() {
addNChildren(gOuterFlex, 1);
},
},
{
// (As above, but now the bonus flex items are one step deeper in the tree,
// on the nested flex container rather than the outer one)
label : "additional flex items in nested flex container",
addTestStyle : function() {
addNChildren(gMidFlex, 5);
},
addReferenceStyle : function() {
addNChildren(gMidFlex, 1);
},
},
];
// Flush layout & return the global frame-reflow-count
function getReflowCount()
{
let unusedVal = gOuterFlex.offsetHeight; // flush layout
return gUtils.framesReflowed;
}
// This function adds some text inside of gInnerBlock, and returns the number
// of frames that need to be reflowed as a result.
function makeTweakAndCountReflows()
{
let beforeCount = getReflowCount();
gInnerBlock.appendChild(document.createTextNode("hello"));
let afterCount = getReflowCount();
let numReflows = afterCount - beforeCount;
if (numReflows <= 0) {
ok(false, "something's wrong -- we should've reflowed *something*");
}
return numReflows;
}
// Given a testcase (from gTestcases), this function verifies that the
// testcase scenario requires the same number of reflows as the reference
// scenario.
function runOneTest(aTestcase)
{
aTestcase.addTestStyle();
let numTestcaseReflows = makeTweakAndCountReflows();
cleanup();
if (aTestcase.addReferenceStyle) {
aTestcase.addReferenceStyle();
}
let numReferenceReflows = makeTweakAndCountReflows();
cleanup();
is(numTestcaseReflows, numReferenceReflows,
"Testcase & reference case should require same number of reflows" +
" (testcase label: '" + aTestcase.label + "')");
}
gTestcases.forEach(runOneTest);
</script>
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