webrender_api crate contains an assortment types and functions used
by WebRender consumers as well as, in many cases, WebRender itself.
This separation allows Servo to parallelize compilation across
and other crates that depend on
webrender_api. So in practice, we put
things in this crate when Servo needs to use them. Firefox depends on the
webrender crate directly, and so this distinction is not really relevant
A collection of coordinate spaces and their corresponding Point, Size and Rect types.
Meta-macro to enumerate the various interner identifiers and types.
Creates a blob-image resource with provided parameters.
Creates a font instance resource.
Creates an image resource with provided parameters.
Renders a filtered region of its backdrop
Metadata (but not storage) for a blob image.
An opaque identifier describing a blob image registered with WebRender. This is used as a handle to reference blob images, and can be used as an image in display items.
Input parameters for the BlobImageRasterizer.
A key identifying blob image rasterization work requested from the blob image rasterizer.
A display list.
Describes the memory layout of a display list.
Bit flags for WR stages to store in a capture.
Information about a loaded capture of each document
that is returned by
Mask for clearing caches in debug commands.
Clears all colors from the area, making it possible to cut holes in the window. (useful for things like the macos frosted-glass effect).
Just an abstraction for bundling up a bunch of clips into a "super clip".
Represents RGBA screen colors with floating point numbers.
Represents RGBA screen colors with one byte per channel.
A grouping of fields a lot of display items need, just to avoid repeating these over and over in this file.
Flags to enable/disable various builtin debugging tools.
A key uniquely identifying a WebRender document.
An epoch identifies the state of a pipeline in time.
An opaque pointer-sized value.
The data that an external client should provide about an external image. For instance, if providing video frames, the application could call wr.render() whenever a new video frame is ready. Note that the UV coords are supplied in texel-space!
Descriptor for external image resources. See
An arbitrary identifier for an external image provided by the application. It must be a unique identifier for each external image.
An external identifier that uniquely identifies a scroll frame independent of its ClipId, which may change from frame to frame. This should be unique within a pipeline. WebRender makes no attempt to ensure uniqueness. The zero value is reserved for use by the root scroll node of every pipeline, which always has an external id.
SVG Filter Primitive. See: https://github.com/eqrion/cbindgen/issues/9 cbindgen:derive-eq=false
Data corresponding to an instantiation of a font, with size and other options specified.
Construct a gradient to be used in display lists.
A minimal hit-testable item for the parent browser's convenience, and is slimmer than a RectangleDisplayItem (no color). The existence of this as a distinct item also makes it easier to inspect/debug display items.
Describe an item that matched a hit-test query.
ID namespaces uniquely identify different users of WebRender's API.
Metadata (but not storage) describing an image In WebRender.
Various flags that are part of an image descriptor.
This describes an image that fills the specified area. It stretches or shrinks the image as necessary. While RepeatingImageDisplayItem could otherwise provide a superset of the functionality, it has been problematic inferring the desired repetition properties when snapping changes the size of the primitive.
An opaque identifier describing an image registered with WebRender.
This is used as a handle to reference images, and is used as the
hash map key for the actual image storage in the
Memory report for interning-related data structures. cbindgen:derive-eq=false
Stats for an individual item
Collection of heap sizes, in bytes. cbindgen:derive-eq=false
A request to notify a handler when the transaction reaches certain stages of the rendering pipeline.
From the point of view of WR,
Represents pre-multiplied RGBA colors with floating point numbers.
A key to identify an animated property binding.
A unique key that is used for connecting animated property values to bindings in the display list.
The current value of an animated property. This is supplied by the calling code.
Various settings that the caller can select based on desired tradeoffs between rendering quality and performance / power usage.
Representation of a rasterized blob image. This is obtained by passing
A solid color to draw (may not actually be a rectangle due to complex clips)
The main entry point to interact with WebRender.
Allows the API to communicate with WebRender.
This describes a background-image and its tiling. It repeats in a grid to fill the specified area.
Per-primitive information about the nodes in the clip tree and the spatial tree that the primitive belongs to.
A reference to a spatial node defining item positioning.
The minimum and maximum allowable offset for a sticky frame in a single dimension.
A Transaction is a group of commands to apply atomically to a document.
Represents a transaction in the format sent through the channel.
Updates an already existing blob-image resource.
Updates an already existing image resource.
Represents a zoom factor.
Creates a font resource.
Message sent by the
Error code for when blob rasterization failed.
A stage of the rendering pipeline.
A reference to a clipping node defining how an item is clipped.
Specifies the color depth of an image. Currently only used for YUV images.
Available composite operoations for the composite filter primitive
Update of the state of built-in debugging facilities.
The possible states of a Dirty rect.
The source for an external image.
Storage format identifier for externally-managed images.
An input to a SVG filter primitive.
See: https://github.com/eqrion/cbindgen/issues/9 cbindgen:derive-eq=false
Container for the raw data describing a font. This might be a stream of bytes corresponding to a downloaded font, or a handle to a native font from the operating system.
Frame messages affect frame generation (applied after building the scene).
Represents the backing store of an arbitrary series of pixels for display by WebRender. This storage can take several forms.
Specifies the format of a series of pixels, in driver terms.
Information specific to a primitive type that uniquely identifies a primitive template by key.
A binding property can either be a specific value (the normal, non-animated case) or point to a binding location to fetch the current value from. Note that Binding has also a non-animated value, the value is used for the case where the animation is still in-delay phase (i.e. the animation doesn't produce any animation values).
Configure whether the contents of a stacking context should be rasterized in local space or screen space. Local space rasterized pictures are typically used when we want to cache the output, and performance is important. Note that this is a performance hint only, which WR may choose to ignore.
Update of a persistent resource in WebRender.
Frame messages affect building the scene.
Describe whether or not scrolling should be clamped by the content bounds.
Specifies the type of texture target in driver terms.
A group of rasterization requests to execute synchronously on the scene builder thread.
A handler on the render backend that can create rasterizer objects which will be sent to the scene builder thread to execute the rasterization.
The resources exposed by the resource cache available for use by the blob rasterizer.
The interfaces that an application can implement to support providing external image buffers. When the application passes an external image to WR, it should keep that external image life time. People could check the epoch id in RenderNotifier at the client side to make sure that the external image is not used by WR. Then, do the clean up for that external image.
A handler to notify when a transaction reaches certain stages of the rendering pipeline.
Allows callers to receive a texture with the contents of a specific pipeline copied to it.
A handler to integrate WebRender with the thread that contains the
Backing store for blob image command streams.
Result type for blob raserization.
Documents are rendered in the ascending order of their associated layer values.
A tag that can be used to identify items during hit testing. If the tag is missing then the item doesn't take part in hit testing at all. This is composed of two numbers. In Servo, the first is an identifier while the second is used to select the cursor that should be used during mouse movement. In Gecko, the first is a scrollframe identifier, while the second is used to store various flags that APZ needs to properly process input events.
This type carries no valuable semantics for WR. However, it reflects the fact that
clients (Servo) may generate pipelines by different semi-independent sources.
These pipelines still belong to the same
Width and height in device pixels of image tiles.
A C function that takes a pointer to a heap allocation and returns its size.