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#include <gui/BufferItem.h>
#include <gui/BufferQueueDefs.h>
#include <gui/BufferSlot.h>
#include <utils/Condition.h>
#include <utils/Mutex.h>
#include <utils/NativeHandle.h>
#include <utils/RefBase.h>
#include <utils/String8.h>
#include <utils/StrongPointer.h>
#include <utils/Trace.h>
#include <utils/Vector.h>
#include <list>
#include <set>
#define BQ_LOGV(x, ...) ALOGV("[%s] " x, mConsumerName.string(), ##__VA_ARGS__)
#define BQ_LOGD(x, ...) ALOGD("[%s] " x, mConsumerName.string(), ##__VA_ARGS__)
#define BQ_LOGI(x, ...) ALOGI("[%s] " x, mConsumerName.string(), ##__VA_ARGS__)
#define BQ_LOGW(x, ...) ALOGW("[%s] " x, mConsumerName.string(), ##__VA_ARGS__)
#define BQ_LOGE(x, ...) ALOGE("[%s] " x, mConsumerName.string(), ##__VA_ARGS__)
#define ATRACE_BUFFER_INDEX(index) \
char ___traceBuf[1024]; \
snprintf(___traceBuf, 1024, "%s: %d", \
mCore->mConsumerName.string(), (index)); \
android::ScopedTrace ___bufTracer(ATRACE_TAG, ___traceBuf); \
namespace android {
class IConsumerListener;
class IGraphicBufferAlloc;
class IProducerListener;
class BufferQueueCore : public virtual RefBase {
friend class BufferQueueProducer;
friend class BufferQueueConsumer;
// Used as a placeholder slot number when the value isn't pointing to an
// existing buffer.
// We reserve two slots in order to guarantee that the producer and
// consumer can run asynchronously.
// The default API number used to indicate that no producer is connected
enum { NO_CONNECTED_API = 0 };
typedef Vector<BufferItem> Fifo;
// BufferQueueCore manages a pool of gralloc memory slots to be used by
// producers and consumers. allocator is used to allocate all the needed
// gralloc buffers.
BufferQueueCore(const sp<IGraphicBufferAlloc>& allocator = NULL);
virtual ~BufferQueueCore();
// Dump our state in a string
void dump(String8& result, const char* prefix) const;
// getMinUndequeuedBufferCountLocked returns the minimum number of buffers
// that must remain in a state other than DEQUEUED. The async parameter
// tells whether we're in asynchronous mode.
int getMinUndequeuedBufferCountLocked(bool async) const;
// getMinMaxBufferCountLocked returns the minimum number of buffers allowed
// given the current BufferQueue state. The async parameter tells whether
// we're in asynchonous mode.
int getMinMaxBufferCountLocked(bool async) const;
// getMaxBufferCountLocked returns the maximum number of buffers that can be
// allocated at once. This value depends on the following member variables:
// mDequeueBufferCannotBlock
// mMaxAcquiredBufferCount
// mDefaultMaxBufferCount
// mOverrideMaxBufferCount
// async parameter
// Any time one of these member variables is changed while a producer is
// connected, mDequeueCondition must be broadcast.
int getMaxBufferCountLocked(bool async) const;
// setDefaultMaxBufferCountLocked sets the maximum number of buffer slots
// that will be used if the producer does not override the buffer slot
// count. The count must be between 2 and NUM_BUFFER_SLOTS, inclusive. The
// initial default is 2.
status_t setDefaultMaxBufferCountLocked(int count);
// freeBufferLocked frees the GraphicBuffer and sync resources for the
// given slot.
void freeBufferLocked(int slot);
// freeAllBuffersLocked frees the GraphicBuffer and sync resources for
// all slots.
void freeAllBuffersLocked();
// stillTracking returns true iff the buffer item is still being tracked
// in one of the slots.
bool stillTracking(const BufferItem* item) const;
// waitWhileAllocatingLocked blocks until mIsAllocating is false.
void waitWhileAllocatingLocked() const;
// validateConsistencyLocked ensures that the free lists are in sync with
// the information stored in mSlots
void validateConsistencyLocked() const;
// mAllocator is the connection to SurfaceFlinger that is used to allocate
// new GraphicBuffer objects.
sp<IGraphicBufferAlloc> mAllocator;
// mMutex is the mutex used to prevent concurrent access to the member
// variables of BufferQueueCore objects. It must be locked whenever any
// member variable is accessed.
mutable Mutex mMutex;
// mIsAbandoned indicates that the BufferQueue will no longer be used to
// consume image buffers pushed to it using the IGraphicBufferProducer
// interface. It is initialized to false, and set to true in the
// consumerDisconnect method. A BufferQueue that is abandoned will return
// the NO_INIT error from all IGraphicBufferProducer methods capable of
// returning an error.
bool mIsAbandoned;
// mConsumerControlledByApp indicates whether the connected consumer is
// controlled by the application.
bool mConsumerControlledByApp;
// mConsumerName is a string used to identify the BufferQueue in log
// messages. It is set by the IGraphicBufferConsumer::setConsumerName
// method.
String8 mConsumerName;
// mConsumerListener is used to notify the connected consumer of
// asynchronous events that it may wish to react to. It is initially
// set to NULL and is written by consumerConnect and consumerDisconnect.
sp<IConsumerListener> mConsumerListener;
// mConsumerUsageBits contains flags that the consumer wants for
// GraphicBuffers.
uint32_t mConsumerUsageBits;
// mConnectedApi indicates the producer API that is currently connected
// to this BufferQueue. It defaults to NO_CONNECTED_API, and gets updated
// by the connect and disconnect methods.
int mConnectedApi;
// mConnectedProducerToken is used to set a binder death notification on
// the producer.
sp<IProducerListener> mConnectedProducerListener;
// mSlots is an array of buffer slots that must be mirrored on the producer
// side. This allows buffer ownership to be transferred between the producer
// and consumer without sending a GraphicBuffer over Binder. The entire
// array is initialized to NULL at construction time, and buffers are
// allocated for a slot when requestBuffer is called with that slot's index.
BufferQueueDefs::SlotsType mSlots;
// mQueue is a FIFO of queued buffers used in synchronous mode.
Fifo mQueue;
// mFreeSlots contains all of the slots which are FREE and do not currently
// have a buffer attached
std::set<int> mFreeSlots;
// mFreeBuffers contains all of the slots which are FREE and currently have
// a buffer attached
std::list<int> mFreeBuffers;
// mOverrideMaxBufferCount is the limit on the number of buffers that will
// be allocated at one time. This value is set by the producer by calling
// setBufferCount. The default is 0, which means that the producer doesn't
// care about the number of buffers in the pool. In that case,
// mDefaultMaxBufferCount is used as the limit.
int mOverrideMaxBufferCount;
// mDequeueCondition is a condition variable used for dequeueBuffer in
// synchronous mode.
mutable Condition mDequeueCondition;
// mUseAsyncBuffer indicates whether an extra buffer is used in async mode
// to prevent dequeueBuffer from blocking.
bool mUseAsyncBuffer;
// mDequeueBufferCannotBlock indicates whether dequeueBuffer is allowed to
// block. This flag is set during connect when both the producer and
// consumer are controlled by the application.
bool mDequeueBufferCannotBlock;
// mDefaultBufferFormat can be set so it will override the buffer format
// when it isn't specified in dequeueBuffer.
PixelFormat mDefaultBufferFormat;
// mDefaultWidth holds the default width of allocated buffers. It is used
// in dequeueBuffer if a width and height of 0 are specified.
uint32_t mDefaultWidth;
// mDefaultHeight holds the default height of allocated buffers. It is used
// in dequeueBuffer if a width and height of 0 are specified.
uint32_t mDefaultHeight;
// mDefaultBufferDataSpace holds the default dataSpace of queued buffers.
// It is used in queueBuffer if a dataspace of 0 (HAL_DATASPACE_UNKNOWN)
// is specified.
android_dataspace mDefaultBufferDataSpace;
// mDefaultMaxBufferCount is the default limit on the number of buffers that
// will be allocated at one time. This default limit is set by the consumer.
// The limit (as opposed to the default limit) may be overriden by the
// producer.
int mDefaultMaxBufferCount;
// mMaxAcquiredBufferCount is the number of buffers that the consumer may
// acquire at one time. It defaults to 1, and can be changed by the consumer
// via setMaxAcquiredBufferCount, but this may only be done while no
// producer is connected to the BufferQueue. This value is used to derive
// the value returned for the MIN_UNDEQUEUED_BUFFERS query to the producer.
int mMaxAcquiredBufferCount;
// mBufferHasBeenQueued is true once a buffer has been queued. It is reset
// when something causes all buffers to be freed (e.g., changing the buffer
// count).
bool mBufferHasBeenQueued;
// mFrameCounter is the free running counter, incremented on every
// successful queueBuffer call and buffer allocation.
uint64_t mFrameCounter;
// mTransformHint is used to optimize for screen rotations.
uint32_t mTransformHint;
// mSidebandStream is a handle to the sideband buffer stream, if any
sp<NativeHandle> mSidebandStream;
// mIsAllocating indicates whether a producer is currently trying to allocate buffers (which
// releases mMutex while doing the allocation proper). Producers should not modify any of the
// FREE slots while this is true. mIsAllocatingCondition is signaled when this value changes to
// false.
bool mIsAllocating;
// mIsAllocatingCondition is a condition variable used by producers to wait until mIsAllocating
// becomes false.
mutable Condition mIsAllocatingCondition;
// mAllowAllocation determines whether dequeueBuffer is allowed to allocate
// new buffers
bool mAllowAllocation;
// mBufferAge tracks the age of the contents of the most recently dequeued
// buffer as the number of frames that have elapsed since it was last queued
uint64_t mBufferAge;
// mGenerationNumber stores the current generation number of the attached
// producer. Any attempt to attach a buffer with a different generation
// number will fail.
uint32_t mGenerationNumber;
}; // class BufferQueueCore
} // namespace android