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* Copyright 2021 Google LLC
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
#ifndef skgpu_graphite_Surface_Graphite_DEFINED
#define skgpu_graphite_Surface_Graphite_DEFINED
#include "src/image/SkSurface_Base.h"
namespace skgpu::graphite {
class Context;
class Device;
class Recorder;
class Surface final : public SkSurface_Base {
~Surface() override;
Recorder* onGetRecorder() override;
SkCanvas* onNewCanvas() override;
sk_sp<SkSurface> onNewSurface(const SkImageInfo&) override;
sk_sp<SkImage> onNewImageSnapshot(const SkIRect* subset) override;
void onWritePixels(const SkPixmap&, int x, int y) override;
bool onCopyOnWrite(ContentChangeMode) override;
bool onReadPixels(Context*, Recorder*, const SkPixmap& dst, int srcX, int srcY);
sk_sp<const SkCapabilities> onCapabilities() override;
// TODO: The long-term for the public API around surfaces and flushing/submitting will likely
// be replaced with explicit control over Recorders and submitting Recordings to the Context
// directly. For now, internal tools often rely on surface/canvas flushing to control what's
// being timed (nanobench or viewer's stats layer), so we flush any pending draws to a DrawPass.
// While this won't measure actual conversion of the task list to backend command buffers, that
// should be fairly negligible since most of the work is handled in DrawPass::Make().
// Additionally flushing pending work here ensures we don't batch across or clear prior recorded
// work when looping in a benchmark, as the controlling code expects.
GrSemaphoresSubmitted onFlush(BackendSurfaceAccess access,
const GrFlushInfo&,
const GrBackendSurfaceMutableState*) override;
sk_sp<Device> fDevice;
} // namespace skgpu::graphite
#endif // skgpu_graphite_Surface_Graphite_DEFINED