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* Copyright 2019 Google Inc.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
#include "tools/debugger/DebugLayerManager.h"
#include "include/core/SkImage.h"
#include "include/core/SkImageInfo.h"
#include "include/core/SkPicture.h"
#include "include/core/SkSurface.h"
#include "include/private/SkTHash.h"
#include "tools/debugger/DebugCanvas.h"
#include <memory>
#include <vector>
#include <tuple>
#include <unordered_map>
void DebugLayerManager::setCommand(int nodeId, int frame, int command) {
auto* drawEvent = fDraws.find({frame, nodeId});
if (!drawEvent) {
SkDebugf("Could not set command playhead for event {%d, %d}, it is not tracked by"
"DebugLayerManager.\n", frame, nodeId);
const int count = drawEvent->debugCanvas->getSize();
drawEvent->command = command < count ? command : count - 1;
// Invalidate stored images that depended on this combination of node and frame.
// actually this does all of the events for this nodeId, but close enough.
auto relevantFrames = listFramesForNode(nodeId);
for (const auto& frame : relevantFrames) {
fDraws[{frame, nodeId}].image = nullptr;
void DebugLayerManager::storeSkPicture(int nodeId, int frame, sk_sp<SkPicture> picture,
SkIRect dirty) {
const LayerKey k = {frame, nodeId};
// Make debug canvas using bounds from SkPicture. This will be equal to whatever width and
// height were passed into SkPictureRecorder::beginRecording(w, h) which is the layer bounds.
const auto& layerBounds = picture->cullRect().roundOut();
auto debugCanvas = std::make_unique<DebugCanvas>(layerBounds);
// Must be set or they end up undefined due to cosmic rays, bad luck, etc.
// Setting this allows a layer to contain another layer. TODO(nifong): write a test for this.
debugCanvas->setLayerManagerAndFrame(this, frame);
// Only draw picture to the debug canvas once.
int numCommands = debugCanvas->getSize();
DrawEvent event = {
frame == 0 || dirty==layerBounds, // fullRedraw
nullptr, // image
std::move(debugCanvas), // debugCanvas
numCommands-1, // command
{layerBounds.width(), layerBounds.height()}, // layerBounds
fDraws.set(k, std::move(event));
void DebugLayerManager::drawLayerEventTo(SkSurface* surface, const int nodeId, const int frame) {
auto& evt = fDraws[{frame, nodeId}];
evt.debugCanvas->drawTo(surface->getCanvas(), evt.command);
sk_sp<SkImage> DebugLayerManager::getLayerAsImage(const int nodeId, const int frame) {
// What is the last frame having an SkPicture for this layer? call it frame N
// have cached image of it? if so, return it.
// if not, draw it at frame N by the following method:
// The picture at frame N could have been a full redraw, or it could have been clipped to a
// dirty region. In order to know what the layer looked like on this frame, we must draw every
// picture starting with the last full redraw, up to the last one before the current frame, since
// any of those previous draws could be showing through.
// list of frames this node was updated on.
auto relevantFrames = listFramesForNode(nodeId);
// find largest one not greater than `frame`.
uint32_t i = relevantFrames.size()-1;
while (relevantFrames[i] > frame) { i--; }
const int frameN = relevantFrames[i];
// Fetch the draw event
auto& drawEvent = fDraws[{frameN, nodeId}];
// if an image of this is cached, return it.
if (drawEvent.image) {
return drawEvent.image;
// when it's not cached, we'll have to render it in an offscreen surface.
// start at the last full redraw. (pick up counting backwards from above)
while (i>0 && !(fDraws[{relevantFrames[i], nodeId}].fullRedraw)) { i--; }
// The correct layer bounds can be obtained from any drawEvent on this layer.
// the color type and alpha type are chosen here to match wasm-skp-debugger/cpu.js which was
// chosen to match the capabilities of HTML canvas, which this ultimately has to be drawn into.
// TODO(nifong): introduce a method of letting the user choose the backend for this.
auto surface = SkSurface::MakeRaster(SkImageInfo::Make(drawEvent.layerBounds,
kRGBA_8888_SkColorType, kUnpremul_SkAlphaType, nullptr));
// draw everything from the last full redraw up to the current frame.
// other frames drawn are partial, meaning they were clipped to not completely cover the layer.
// count back up with i
for (; i<relevantFrames.size() && relevantFrames[i]<=frameN; i++) {
drawLayerEventTo(surface.get(), nodeId, relevantFrames[i]);
drawEvent.image = surface->makeImageSnapshot();
return drawEvent.image;
DebugLayerManager::DrawEventSummary DebugLayerManager::event(int nodeId, int frame) const {
auto* evt = fDraws.find({frame, nodeId});
if (!evt) { return {}; }
return {
true, evt->debugCanvas->getSize(),
evt->layerBounds.width(), evt->layerBounds.height()
std::vector<DebugLayerManager::LayerSummary> DebugLayerManager::summarizeLayers(int frame) const {
// Find the last update on or before `frame` for every node
// key: nodeId, one entry for every layer
// value: summary of the layer.
std::unordered_map<int, LayerSummary> summaryMap;
for (const auto& key : keys) {
auto* evt = fDraws.find(key);
if (!evt) { continue; }
// -1 as a default value for the last update serves as a way of indicating that this layer
// is present in the animation, but doesn't have an update less than or equal to `frame`
int lastUpdate = (key.frame <= frame ? key.frame : -1);
// do we have an entry for this layer yet? is it later than the one we're looking at?
auto found = summaryMap.find(key.nodeId);
if (found != summaryMap.end()) {
LayerSummary& item = summaryMap[key.nodeId];
if (lastUpdate > item.frameOfLastUpdate) {
item.frameOfLastUpdate = key.frame;
item.fullRedraw = evt->fullRedraw;
} else {
// record first entry for this layer
summaryMap.insert({key.nodeId, {
key.nodeId, lastUpdate, evt->fullRedraw,
evt->layerBounds.width(), evt->layerBounds.height()
std::vector<LayerSummary> result;
for (auto it = summaryMap.begin(); it != summaryMap.end(); ++it) {
return result;
std::vector<int> DebugLayerManager::listNodesForFrame(int frame) const {
std::vector<int> result;
for (const auto& key : keys) {
if (key.frame == frame) {
return result;
std::vector<int> DebugLayerManager::listFramesForNode(int nodeId) const {
std::vector<int> result;
for (const auto& key : keys) {
if (key.nodeId == nodeId) {
return result;
DebugCanvas* DebugLayerManager::getEventDebugCanvas(int nodeId, int frame) {
auto& evt = fDraws[{frame, nodeId}];
return evt.debugCanvas.get();
void DebugLayerManager::setOverdrawViz(bool overdrawViz) {
for (const auto& key : keys) {
auto& evt = fDraws[key];
void DebugLayerManager::setClipVizColor(SkColor clipVizColor) {
for (const auto& key : keys) {
auto& evt = fDraws[key];
void DebugLayerManager::setDrawGpuOpBounds(bool drawGpuOpBounds) {
for (const auto& key : keys) {
auto& evt = fDraws[key];