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<a target="_blank" href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=">Mozilla Bug 1367568</a>
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changes: -->
<div style="width: 100px">
fixed-width
<div>(child)</div>
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<div style="position: absolute; width: 150px">
abs-fixed-width
<div>(child)</div>
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"use strict";
/** Test for Bug 1367568 **/
/**
* This test verifies that "overflow" changes on the <body> don't cause
* an unnecessarily large amount of reflow.
*/
// Vars used in setStyleAndMeasure that we really only have to look up once:
const gUtils = SpecialPowers.getDOMWindowUtils(window);
function setStyleAndMeasure(initialStyle, finalStyle) {
is(document.body.style.length, 0,
"Bug in test - body should start with empty style");
let unusedVal = document.body.offsetHeight; // flush layout
let constructCount = gUtils.framesConstructed;
document.body.style = initialStyle;
unusedVal = document.body.offsetHeight; // flush layout
let reflowCountBeforeTweak = gUtils.framesReflowed;
document.body.style = finalStyle;
unusedVal = document.body.offsetHeight; // flush layout
let reflowCountAfterTweak = gUtils.framesReflowed;
// Clean up:
document.body.style = "";
is(gUtils.framesConstructed, constructCount,
"Style tweak shouldn't have triggered frame construction");
// ...and return the delta:
return reflowCountAfterTweak - reflowCountBeforeTweak;
}
function main() {
// First, we sanity-check that our measurement make sense -- if we leave
// styles unchanged, we should measure no frames being reflowed:
let count = setStyleAndMeasure("width: 50px; height: 80px",
"width: 50px; height: 80px");
is(count, 0,
"Shouldn't reflow anything when we leave 'width' & 'height' unchanged");
// Now: see how many frames are reflowed when the "width" & "height" change.
// We'll use this as the reference when measuring reflow counts for various
// changes to "overflow" below.
count = setStyleAndMeasure("width: 50px; height: 80px",
"width: 90px; height: 60px");
ok(count > 0,
"Should reflow some frames when 'width' & 'height' change");
// Expected maximum number of frames reflowed for "overflow" changes
// (+2 is to allow for reflowing scrollbars themselves):
const expectedMax = count + 2;
// Shared ending for messages in all ok() checks below:
const messageSuffix =
" shouldn't be greater than count for tweaking width/height on body (" +
expectedMax + ")";
// OK, here is where the relevant tests actually begin!!
// See how many frames we reflow for various tweaks to "overflow" on
// the body -- we expect the count to be no larger than |expectedMax|.
count = setStyleAndMeasure("", "overflow: scroll");
ok(count <= expectedMax,
"Reflow count when setting 'overflow: scroll' on body (" + count + ")" +
messageSuffix);
count = setStyleAndMeasure("", "overflow: hidden");
ok(count <= expectedMax,
"Reflow count when setting 'overflow: hidden' on body (" + count + ")" +
messageSuffix);
// Test removal of "overflow: scroll":
count = setStyleAndMeasure("overflow: scroll", "");
ok(count <= expectedMax,
"Reflow count when removing 'overflow: scroll' from body (" + count + ")" +
messageSuffix);
count = setStyleAndMeasure("overflow: hidden", "");
ok(count <= expectedMax,
"Reflow count when removing 'overflow: hidden' from body (" + count + ")" +
messageSuffix);
// Test change between two non-'visible' overflow values:
count = setStyleAndMeasure("overflow: scroll", "overflow: hidden");
ok(count <= expectedMax,
"Reflow count when changing 'overflow' on body (" + count + ")" +
messageSuffix);
}
main();
</script>
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