Commit 00bf75d0 authored by Roman Gilg's avatar Roman Gilg
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Composite without timer on swap events

Summary:
When swap events are available do not delay the next repaint by one frame
through the composite timer but directly repaint on swap event.

Test Plan: i915

Reviewers: #kwin

Subscribers: davidedmundson, zzag

Maniphest Tasks: T11071

Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D25299
parent a55dee3b
......@@ -384,8 +384,30 @@ void Compositor::startupWithWorkspace()
void Compositor::scheduleRepaint()
{
if (!compositeTimer.isActive())
if (m_state != State::On) {
return;
}
// Don't repaint if all outputs are disabled
if (!kwinApp()->platform()->areOutputsEnabled()) {
return;
}
// TODO: Make this distinction not on the question if there is a swap event but if per screen
// rendering? On X we get swap events but they are aligned with the "wrong" screen if
// it the primary/first one is not the one with the highest refresh rate.
// But on the other side Present extension does not allow to sync with another screen
// anyway.
if (m_scene->hasSwapEvent()) {
// TODO: If we don't call it back from the event loop we often crash on Wayland
// in AnimationEffect::postPaintScreen. Why?
// Theory is that effects call addRepaintFull in there and then performCompositing
// is called again while still in the first paint. So queing it here makes sense!
QTimer::singleShot(0, this, [this]() { performCompositing(); });
} else {
setCompositeTimer();
}
}
void Compositor::stop()
......@@ -766,16 +788,7 @@ bool Compositor::windowRepaintsPending() const
void Compositor::setCompositeTimer()
{
if (m_state != State::On) {
return;
}
// Don't start the timer if we're waiting for a swap event
if (m_bufferSwapPending && m_composeAtSwapCompletion)
return;
// Don't start the timer if all outputs are disabled
if (!kwinApp()->platform()->areOutputsEnabled()) {
if (compositeTimer.isActive()) {
return;
}
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