blob: fdcb4d0e7d500adfac11d0856e310250e75f2cb4 [file] [log] [blame]
// Copyright 2014 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// +build linux darwin windows
package app
import (
_ ""
// Main is called by the main.main function to run the mobile application.
// It calls f on the App, in a separate goroutine, as some OS-specific
// libraries require being on 'the main thread'.
func Main(f func(App)) {
// App is how a GUI mobile application interacts with the OS.
type App interface {
// Events returns the events channel. It carries events from the system to
// the app. The type of such events include:
// - lifecycle.Event
// - mouse.Event
// - paint.Event
// - size.Event
// - touch.Event
// from the packages. Other packages may
// define other event types that are carried on this channel.
Events() <-chan interface{}
// Send sends an event on the events channel. It does not block.
Send(event interface{})
// Publish flushes any pending drawing commands, such as OpenGL calls, and
// swaps the back buffer to the screen.
Publish() PublishResult
// TODO: replace filters (and the Events channel) with a NextEvent method?
// Filter calls each registered event filter function in sequence.
Filter(event interface{}) interface{}
// RegisterFilter registers a event filter function to be called by Filter. The
// function can return a different event, or return nil to consume the event,
// but the function can also return its argument unchanged, where its purpose
// is to trigger a side effect rather than modify the event.
RegisterFilter(f func(interface{}) interface{})
// PublishResult is the result of an App.Publish call.
type PublishResult struct {
// BackBufferPreserved is whether the contents of the back buffer was
// preserved. If false, the contents are undefined.
BackBufferPreserved bool
var theApp = &app{
eventsOut: make(chan interface{}),
lifecycleStage: lifecycle.StageDead,
publish: make(chan struct{}),
publishResult: make(chan PublishResult),
func init() {
theApp.eventsIn = pump(theApp.eventsOut)
theApp.glctx, theApp.worker = gl.NewContext()
func (a *app) sendLifecycle(to lifecycle.Stage) {
if a.lifecycleStage == to {
a.eventsIn <- lifecycle.Event{
From: a.lifecycleStage,
To: to,
DrawContext: a.glctx,
a.lifecycleStage = to
type app struct {
filters []func(interface{}) interface{}
eventsOut chan interface{}
eventsIn chan interface{}
lifecycleStage lifecycle.Stage
publish chan struct{}
publishResult chan PublishResult
glctx gl.Context
worker gl.Worker
func (a *app) Events() <-chan interface{} {
return a.eventsOut
func (a *app) Send(event interface{}) {
a.eventsIn <- event
func (a *app) Publish() PublishResult {
// gl.Flush is a lightweight (on modern GL drivers) blocking call
// that ensures all GL functions pending in the gl package have
// been passed onto the GL driver before the app package attempts
// to swap the screen buffer.
// This enforces that the final receive (for this paint cycle) on
// gl.WorkAvailable happens before the send on endPaint.
a.publish <- struct{}{}
return <-a.publishResult
func (a *app) Filter(event interface{}) interface{} {
for _, f := range a.filters {
event = f(event)
return event
func (a *app) RegisterFilter(f func(interface{}) interface{}) {
a.filters = append(a.filters, f)
type stopPumping struct{}
// pump returns a channel src such that sending on src will eventually send on
// dst, in order, but that src will always be ready to send/receive soon, even
// if dst currently isn't. It is effectively an infinitely buffered channel.
// In particular, goroutine A sending on src will not deadlock even if goroutine
// B that's responsible for receiving on dst is currently blocked trying to
// send to A on a separate channel.
// Send a stopPumping on the src channel to close the dst channel after all queued
// events are sent on dst. After that, other goroutines can still send to src,
// so that such sends won't block forever, but such events will be ignored.
func pump(dst chan interface{}) (src chan interface{}) {
src = make(chan interface{})
go func() {
// initialSize is the initial size of the circular buffer. It must be a
// power of 2.
const initialSize = 16
i, j, buf, mask := 0, 0, make([]interface{}, initialSize), initialSize-1
maybeSrc := src
for {
maybeDst := dst
if i == j {
maybeDst = nil
if maybeDst == nil && maybeSrc == nil {
select {
case maybeDst <- buf[i&mask]:
buf[i&mask] = nil
case e := <-maybeSrc:
if _, ok := e.(stopPumping); ok {
maybeSrc = nil
// Allocate a bigger buffer if necessary.
if i+len(buf) == j {
b := make([]interface{}, 2*len(buf))
n := copy(b, buf[j&mask:])
copy(b[n:], buf[:j&mask])
i, j = 0, len(buf)
buf, mask = b, len(b)-1
buf[j&mask] = e
// Block forever.
for range src {
return src
// TODO: do this for all build targets, not just linux (x11 and Android)? If
// so, should package gl instead of this package call RegisterFilter??
// TODO: does Android need this?? It seems to work without it (Nexus 7,
// KitKat). If only x11 needs this, should we move this to x11.go??
func (a *app) registerGLViewportFilter() {
a.RegisterFilter(func(e interface{}) interface{} {
if e, ok := e.(size.Event); ok {
a.glctx.Viewport(0, 0, e.WidthPx, e.HeightPx)
return e