ResponsivenessTimer.h   [plain text]


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#ifndef ResponsivenessTimer_h
#define ResponsivenessTimer_h

#include <wtf/RunLoop.h>

namespace WebKit {

class ResponsivenessTimer {
public:
    class Client {
    public:
        virtual ~Client() { }
        virtual void didBecomeUnresponsive() = 0;
        virtual void didBecomeResponsive() = 0;

        virtual void willChangeIsResponsive() = 0;
        virtual void didChangeIsResponsive() = 0;

        virtual bool mayBecomeUnresponsive() = 0;
    };

    explicit ResponsivenessTimer(ResponsivenessTimer::Client&);
    ~ResponsivenessTimer();

    void start();

    // A responsiveness timer with lazy stop does not stop the underlying system timer when stopped.
    // Instead, it ignores the timeout if stop() was already called.
    //
    // This exists to reduce the rate at which we reset the timer.
    //
    // With a non lazy timer, we may set a timer and reset it soon after because the process is responsive.
    // For events, this means reseting a timer 120 times/s for a 60 Hz event source.
    // By not reseting the timer when responsive, we cut that in half to 60 timeout changes.
    void startWithLazyStop();

    void stop();

    void invalidate();

    // Return true if stop() was not called betfore the responsiveness timeout.
    bool isResponsive() const { return m_isResponsive; }

    // Return true if there is an active timer. The state could be responsive or not.
    bool hasActiveTimer() const { return m_waitingForTimer; }

    void processTerminated();

private:
    void timerFired();

    ResponsivenessTimer::Client& m_client;

    RunLoop::Timer<ResponsivenessTimer> m_timer;
    MonotonicTime m_restartFireTime;

    bool m_isResponsive { true };
    bool m_waitingForTimer { false };
    bool m_useLazyStop { false };
};

} // namespace WebKit

#endif // ResponsivenessTimer_h