History log of /frameworks/base/libs/hwui/AssetAtlas.h
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38e0c32852e3b9d8ca4a9d3791577f52536419cb 10-Nov-2015 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Track texture memory globally

Also mostly consolidates texture creation

Change-Id: Ifea01303afda531dcec99b8fe2a0f64cf2f24420
15c3f19a445b8df575911a16e8a6dba755a084b5 03-Dec-2015 Chris Craik <ccraik@google.com> Merged op dispatch in OpReorderer


Also switches std::functions to function pointers on OpReorderer, and
switches AssetAtlas' entry getter methods to using pixelRef pointers,
so it's clear they're the keys.

Change-Id: I3040ce5ff4e178a8364e0fd7ab0876ada7d4de05
a039182d6157bc0487df4ad8e373685c9dd7d662 07-May-2015 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Delete a bunch of dead code

Rotation wasn't supported, so just nuke all the code
around it. Fixes some unused field warnings

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c6e2e8ff474ae44bab5b9eb665851118abd27b68 15-Apr-2015 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Move AssetAtlas off of SkBitmap*

Switched to SkPixelRef*

Change-Id: I4a1d9dc6c55c1ebcce6b0b8c585e69559e523898
7809f835cae637c12eebdc92103ad88890228d97 17-Apr-2015 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Revert "Move AssetAtlas off of SkBitmap*"

This reverts commit 87ffb63d90fb6dd2689fe72dcb24fda9a6156220.

Change-Id: I92adfcee454a0a19020cdd9e96a134be0ee529aa
87ffb63d90fb6dd2689fe72dcb24fda9a6156220 15-Apr-2015 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Move AssetAtlas off of SkBitmap*

Switched to SkPixelRef*

Change-Id: I4a1d9dc6c55c1ebcce6b0b8c585e69559e523898
e84a208317e0ed388fcdad1e6743c7849acb51b0 22-Dec-2014 Chris Craik <ccraik@google.com> Add overrides and switch to nullptr keyword

Changes generated with clang-modernize.

Additionally, fixed some struct-vs-class usage to make clang happy.

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59cf734f9ee8fa0154d199f0f36779a6ffe0dfb5 11-Dec-2014 Yohann Roussel <yroussel@google.com> resolved conflicts for merge of d67bb501 to master

Change-Id: I40698ce1e382cb41eec7af5ea49ac0e2f997d555
ebd52610cfeff6e557fde284a7e1efc5e6438285 11-Dec-2014 John Reck <jreck@google.com> Don't preload textures for AssetAtlas

Bug: 18317479

RenderNode::prepareSubTree calls prefetchAndMarkInUse
on every bitmapResoruce in the DisplayList. However,
this resulted in textures being uploaded for bitmaps
that would be drawn from the AssetAtlas instead.

To fix this we teach TextureCache about the AssetAtlas
so that calls to TextureCache return the Texture from
AssetAtlas if it exists. Thus usage of AssetAtlas
is now purely to allow for further optimizations via
draw merging instead of a requirement to get
any benefit at all.

Change-Id: I65282fa05bac46f4e93822b3467ffa0261ccf200
2dc236b2bae13b9a0ed9b3f7320502aecd7983b3 15-Oct-2014 Tom Hudson <tomhudson@google.com> Clean up physical coupling

Narrow the use of #include directives in hwui, replacing with forward
declarations where straightforward. Speeds compiles; doesn't do any
restructuring of code.

Change-Id: Icac2baffb5896f55d8c6718e9bd9d4bfa02d3ca0
17ab38f8a87bc90eab11373f878f220ce3031de6 27-Jan-2014 Ashok Bhat <ashok.bhat@arm.com> AArch64: Make AssetAtlasService 64-bit compatible

Changes in this patch include

[x] Long(64-bit) is used to store native pointers in
AssetAtlasService and related classes as they can be 64-bit.

[x] Some minor changes have been done to conform with
standard JNI practice (e.g. use of jint instead of int
in JNI function prototypes)

Signed-off-by: Ashok Bhat <ashok.bhat@arm.com>

(cherry-picked from 4de3f481bc59ab4b766dc027e41aff7cda9d62f7)

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d218a92c0afb8c0d98135b20b52ac87236e1c935 03-Jan-2014 Chris Craik <ccraik@google.com> Use const where possible for drawing parameters

They should never be modified by a Renderer, only read and copied.

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7f6d6b0370df4b5a9e0f45bffc31ea6caeeb509d 06-Aug-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Split assets atlas batches
Bug #10185769

The assets atlas contains assets that need to be blended and assets
that do not need to be blended. With a single merge id, currently
set to be the pointer to the atlas itself, draw ops merging could
generate batches of commands containing both opaque and translucent
assets. The blend state was chosen from only one of the assets in
the batch, leading either to inefficiencies (blending large opaque
assets) or incorrect behaviors (not blending translucent assets.)

This change introduces two new merge ids in the atlas: an opaque
key and a blend key. These keys are simple booleans set to false
and true respectively (the values do not matter really.) Their
memory addresses are used as the merge ids when createing draw ops
batches, allowing all opaque ops to be batched together and all
translucent ops to be batched together.

Change-Id: I114dba0533c44987e53864b471ccb28c811f2025
55b6f95ee4ace96c97508bcd14483fb4e9dbeaa0 28-Jun-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Track the atlas' generation ID
Bug #9589379

If the atlas is terminated/reinitialized and a view does not invalidate
in between it might end up using a stale AssetAtlas::Entry. This change
is similar to how 9patch meshes are cached in DrawPatchOp: we simply
track the generation ID of the cache to make sure we always use the
latest data.

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8aa195d7081b889f3a7b1f426cbd8556377aae5e 05-Jun-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Introduce Caches::bindTexture() to reduce glBindTexture calls

Change-Id: Ic345422567c020c0a9035ff51dcf2ae2a1fc59f4
a404e16e4933857464046d763ed7629cd0c86cbf 25-May-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Make sure atlas antries can correctly filter/wrap textures

The virtual textures would each have their own values for wrapping
and filtering which could lead to conflict and/or extraneous GL
commands being issued.

Change-Id: I64cb59a03e598f46bf645bd1d30fccfa63a07431
877cfe0e32a845d5a58252b8a6e1f54f95b4379c 03-May-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Wrap EGLImage with a C++ API

Change-Id: I0fa3282ea7e2ace3ba2aadd929b32232b3d41628
3b748a44c6bd2ea05fe16839caf73dbe50bd7ae9 18-Apr-2013 Romain Guy <romainguy@google.com> Pack preloaded framework assets in a texture atlas

When the Android runtime starts, the system preloads a series of assets
in the Zygote process. These assets are shared across all processes.
Unfortunately, each one of these assets is later uploaded in its own
OpenGL texture, once per process. This wastes memory and generates
unnecessary OpenGL state changes.

This CL introduces an asset server that provides an atlas to all processes.

Note: bitmaps used by skia shaders are *not* sampled from the atlas.
It's an uncommon use case and would require extra texture transforms
in the GL shaders.


The "assets atlas" is a single, shareable graphic buffer that contains
all the system's preloaded bitmap drawables (this includes 9-patches.)
The atlas is made of two distinct objects: the graphic buffer that
contains the actual pixels and the map which indicates where each
preloaded bitmap can be found in the atlas (essentially a pair of
x and y coordinates.)


Because we need to support a wide variety of devices and because it
is easy to change the list of preloaded drawables, the atlas is
generated at runtime, during the startup phase of the system process.

There are several steps that lead to the atlas generation:

1. If the device is booting for the first time, or if the device was
updated, we need to find the best atlas configuration. To do so,
the atlas service tries a number of width, height and algorithm
variations that allows us to pack as many assets as possible while
using as little memory as possible. Once a best configuration is found,
it gets written to disk in /data/system/framework_atlas

2. Given a best configuration (algorithm variant, dimensions and
number of bitmaps that can be packed in the atlas), the atlas service
packs all the preloaded bitmaps into a single graphic buffer object.

3. The packing is done using Skia in a temporary native bitmap. The
Skia bitmap is then copied into the graphic buffer using OpenGL ES
to benefit from texture swizzling.


Whenever a process' hardware renderer initializes its EGL context,
it queries the atlas service for the graphic buffer and the map.

It is important to remember that both the context and the map will
be valid for the lifetime of the hardware renderer (if the system
process goes down, all apps get killed as well.)

Every time the hardware renderer needs to render a bitmap, it first
checks whether the bitmap can be found in the assets atlas. When
the bitmap is part of the atlas, texture coordinates are remapped
appropriately before rendering.

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