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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#import <Cocoa/Cocoa.h>
#include <memory>
#include "base/mac/scoped_nsobject.h"
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/has_weak_browser_pointer.h"
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/tabs/tab_controller_target.h"
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/tabs/tab_strip_model_observer_bridge.h"
#import "chrome/browser/ui/cocoa/url_drop_target.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/tabs/hover_tab_selector.h"
#include "chrome/browser/ui/tabs/tab_utils.h"
@class CrTrackingArea;
@class CustomWindowControlsView;
@class NewTabButton;
@class TabContentsController;
@class TabView;
@class TabStripDragController;
@class TabStripView;
class Browser;
class TabStripModel;
namespace content {
class WebContents;
// The interface for the tab strip controller's delegate.
// Delegating TabStripModelObserverBridge's events (in lieu of directly
// subscribing to TabStripModelObserverBridge events, as TabStripController
// does) is necessary to guarantee a proper order of subviews layout updates,
// otherwise it might trigger unnecessary content relayout, UI flickering etc.
@protocol TabStripControllerDelegate
// Stripped down version of TabStripModelObserverBridge:selectTabWithContents.
- (void)onActivateTabWithContents:(content::WebContents*)contents;
// Stripped down version of TabStripModelObserverBridge:tabChangedWithContents.
- (void)onTabChanged:(TabChangeType)change
// Stripped down version of TabStripModelObserverBridge:tabDetachedWithContents.
- (void)onTabDetachedWithContents:(content::WebContents*)contents;
// Stripped down version of
// TabStripModelObserverBridge:onTabInsertedInForeground.
- (void)onTabInsertedWithContents:(content::WebContents*)contents
// A class that handles managing the tab strip in a browser window. It uses
// a supporting C++ bridge object to register for notifications from the
// TabStripModel. The Obj-C part of this class handles drag and drop and all
// the other Cocoa-y aspects.
// For a full description of the design, see
@interface TabStripController : NSObject<TabControllerTarget,
TabStripModelBridge> {
base::scoped_nsobject<TabStripView> tabStripView_;
NSView* switchView_; // weak
base::scoped_nsobject<NSView> dragBlockingView_; // avoid bad window server
// drags
NewTabButton* newTabButton_; // weak, obtained from the nib.
// The controller that manages all the interactions of dragging tabs.
base::scoped_nsobject<TabStripDragController> dragController_;
// Tracks the newTabButton_ for rollovers.
base::scoped_nsobject<CrTrackingArea> newTabTrackingArea_;
std::unique_ptr<TabStripModelObserverBridge> bridge_;
Browser* browser_; // weak
TabStripModel* tabStripModel_; // weak
// Delegate that is informed about tab state changes.
id<TabStripControllerDelegate> delegate_; // weak
// YES if the new tab button is currently displaying the hover image (if the
// mouse is currently over the button).
BOOL newTabButtonShowingHoverImage_;
// Access to the TabContentsControllers (which own the parent view
// for the toolbar and associated tab contents) given an index. Call
// |indexFromModelIndex:| to convert a |tabStripModel_| index to a
// |tabContentsArray_| index. Do NOT assume that the indices of
// |tabStripModel_| and this array are identical, this is e.g. not true while
// tabs are animating closed (closed tabs are removed from |tabStripModel_|
// immediately, but from |tabContentsArray_| only after their close animation
// has completed).
base::scoped_nsobject<NSMutableArray> tabContentsArray_;
// An array of TabControllers which manage the actual tab views. See note
// above |tabContentsArray_|. |tabContentsArray_| and |tabArray_| always
// contain objects belonging to the same tabs at the same indices.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSMutableArray> tabArray_;
// Set of TabControllers that are currently animating closed.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSMutableSet> closingControllers_;
// These values are only used during a drag, and override tab positioning.
TabView* placeholderTab_; // weak. Tab being dragged
NSRect placeholderFrame_; // Frame to use
NSRect droppedTabFrame_; // Initial frame of a dropped tab, for animation.
// Frame targets for all the current views.
// target frames are used because repeated requests to [NSView animator].
// aren't coalesced, so we store frames to avoid redundant calls.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSMutableDictionary> targetFrames_;
NSRect newTabTargetFrame_;
// If YES, do not show the new tab button during layout.
BOOL forceNewTabButtonHidden_;
// YES if we've successfully completed the initial layout. When this is
// NO, we probably don't want to do any animation because we're just coming
// into being.
BOOL initialLayoutComplete_;
// Width available for resizing the tabs (doesn't include the new tab
// button). Used to restrict the available width when closing many tabs at
// once to prevent them from resizing to fit the full width. If the entire
// width should be used, this will have a value of |kUseFullAvailableWidth|.
float availableResizeWidth_;
// A tracking area that's the size of the tab strip used to be notified
// when the mouse moves in the tab strip
base::scoped_nsobject<CrTrackingArea> trackingArea_;
TabView* hoveredTab_; // weak. Tab that the mouse is hovering over
// A transparent subview of |tabStripView_| used to show the hovered tab's
// tooltip text.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSView> toolTipView_;
// Array of subviews which are permanent (and which should never be removed),
// such as the new-tab button, but *not* the tabs themselves.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSMutableArray> permanentSubviews_;
// The default favicon, so we can use one copy for all buttons.
base::scoped_nsobject<NSImage> defaultFavicon_;
// The amount by which to indent the tabs on the sides (to make room for the
// red/yellow/green and incognito/fullscreen buttons).
CGFloat leadingIndentForControls_;
CGFloat trailingIndentForControls_;
// Is the mouse currently inside the strip;
BOOL mouseInside_;
// Helper for performing tab selection as a result of dragging over a tab.
std::unique_ptr<HoverTabSelector> hoverTabSelector_;
// A container view for custom traffic light buttons, which must be manually
// added in fullscreen in 10.10+.
base::scoped_nsobject<CustomWindowControlsView> customWindowControls_;
base::scoped_nsobject<CrTrackingArea> customWindowControlsTrackingArea_;
// The set stores the WebContens that were hiding their throbbers.
std::set<content::WebContents*> wasHidingThrobberSet_;
@property(nonatomic) CGFloat leadingIndentForControls;
@property(nonatomic) CGFloat trailingIndentForControls;
@property(assign, nonatomic) TabView* hoveredTab;
// Time (in seconds) in which tabs animate to their final position.
+ (CGFloat)tabAnimationDuration;
// Initialize the controller with a view and browser that contains
// everything else we'll need. |switchView| is the view whose contents get
// "switched" every time the user switches tabs. The children of this view
// will be released, so if you want them to stay around, make sure
// you have retained them.
// |delegate| is the one listening to filtered TabStripModelObserverBridge's
// events (see TabStripControllerDelegate for more details).
- (id)initWithView:(TabStripView*)view
// Returns the model behind this controller.
- (TabStripModel*)tabStripModel;
// Returns all tab views.
- (NSArray*)tabViews;
// Return the view for the currently active tab.
- (NSView*)activeTabView;
// Find the model index based on the x coordinate of the placeholder. If there
// is no placeholder, this returns the end of the tab strip. Closing tabs are
// not considered in computing the index.
- (int)indexOfPlaceholder;
// Set the frame of |tabView|, also updates the internal frame dict.
- (void)setFrame:(NSRect)frame ofTabView:(NSView*)tabView;
// Move the given tab at index |from| in this window to the location of the
// current placeholder.
- (void)moveTabFromIndex:(NSInteger)from;
// Drop a given WebContents at |modelIndex|. Used when dragging from
// another window when we don't have access to the WebContents as part of our
// strip. |frame| is in the coordinate system of the tab strip view and
// represents where the user dropped the new tab so it can be animated into its
// correct location when the tab is added to the model. If the tab was pinned in
// its previous window, setting |pinned| to YES will propagate that state to the
// new window. Mini-tabs are either app or pinned tabs; the app state is stored
// by the |contents|, but the |pinned| state is the caller's responsibility.
// Setting |activate| to YES will make the new tab active.
- (void)dropWebContents:(content::WebContents*)contents
// Returns the index of the subview |view|. Returns -1 if not present. Takes
// closing tabs into account such that this index will correctly match the tab
// model. If |view| is in the process of closing, returns -1, as closing tabs
// are no longer in the model.
- (NSInteger)modelIndexForTabView:(NSView*)view;
// Returns all selected tab views.
- (NSArray*)selectedViews;
// Return the view at a given index.
- (NSView*)viewAtIndex:(NSUInteger)index;
// Return the number of tab views in the tab strip. It's same as number of tabs
// in the model, except when a tab is closing, which will be counted in views
// count, but no longer in the model.
- (NSUInteger)viewsCount;
// Set the placeholder for a dragged tab, allowing the |frame| to be specified.
// This causes this tab to be rendered in an arbitrary position.
- (void)insertPlaceholderForTab:(TabView*)tab frame:(NSRect)frame;
// Returns whether a tab is being dragged within the tab strip.
- (BOOL)isDragSessionActive;
// Returns whether or not |tab| can still be fully seen in the tab strip or if
// its current position would cause it be obscured by things such as the edge
// of the window or the window decorations. Returns YES only if the entire tab
// is visible.
- (BOOL)isTabFullyVisible:(TabView*)tab;
// Returns the right edge of the tab strip's tab area (i.e. the width of the
// tab strip, less the right indent for controls).
- (CGFloat)tabAreaRightEdge;
// Show or hide the new tab button. The button is hidden immediately, but
// waits until the next call to |-layoutTabs| to show it again.
- (void)showNewTabButton:(BOOL)show;
// Force the tabs to rearrange themselves to reflect the current model.
- (void)layoutTabs;
- (void)layoutTabsWithoutAnimation;
// Are we in rapid (tab) closure mode? I.e., is a full layout deferred (while
// the user closes tabs)? Needed to overcome missing clicks during rapid tab
// closure.
- (BOOL)inRapidClosureMode;
// Returns YES if the user is allowed to drag tabs on the strip at this moment.
// For example, this returns NO if there are any pending tab close animations.
- (BOOL)tabDraggingAllowed;
// Default height for tabs.
+ (CGFloat)defaultTabHeight;
// Default indentation for tabs (see |leadingIndentForControls_|).
+ (CGFloat)defaultLeadingIndentForControls;
// Returns the amount by which tabs overlap.
+ (CGFloat)tabOverlap;
// Returns the currently active TabContentsController.
- (TabContentsController*)activeTabContentsController;
// Adds custom traffic light buttons to the tab strip. Idempotent.
- (void)addCustomWindowControls;
// Removes custom traffic light buttons from the tab strip. Idempotent.
- (void)removeCustomWindowControls;
// Gets the tab and the alert state to check whether the window
// alert state should be updated or not. If the tab alert state is
// AUDIO_PLAYING, the window alert state should be set to AUDIO_PLAYING.
// If the tab alert state is AUDIO_MUTING, this method will check if the
// window has no other tabs with state AUDIO_PLAYING. If so the window
// alert state will be set to AUDIO_MUTING. If the tab alert state is NONE,
// this method checks if the window has no playing or muting tab, then window
// alert state will be set to NONE.
- (void)updateWindowAlertState:(TabAlertState)alertState
// Returns the alert state associated with the contents.
- (TabAlertState)alertStateForContents:(content::WebContents*)contents;
// Leaving visual effects enabled when fullscreen results in higher power
// consumption. This is used to disable effects when fullscreen.
- (void)setVisualEffectsDisabledForFullscreen:(BOOL)disabled;
@interface TabStripController(TestingAPI)
- (void)setTabTitle:(TabController*)tab