A fast, lightweight and minimalistic Wayland terminal emulator
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#include "terminal.h"
#if defined(__GLIBC__)
#include <malloc.h>
#endif
#include <signal.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>
#include <sys/epoll.h>
#include <sys/eventfd.h>
#include <sys/timerfd.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <linux/input-event-codes.h>
#include <xdg-shell.h>
#define LOG_MODULE "terminal"
#define LOG_ENABLE_DBG 0
#include "log.h"
#include "async.h"
#include "config.h"
#include "debug.h"
#include "extract.h"
#include "grid.h"
#include "ime.h"
#include "notify.h"
#include "quirks.h"
#include "reaper.h"
#include "render.h"
#include "selection.h"
#include "sixel.h"
#include "slave.h"
#include "spawn.h"
#include "url-mode.h"
#include "util.h"
#include "vt.h"
#include "xmalloc.h"
#define PTMX_TIMING 0
const char *const XCURSOR_HIDDEN = "hidden";
const char *const XCURSOR_LEFT_PTR = "left_ptr";
const char *const XCURSOR_TEXT = "text";
//const char *const XCURSOR_HAND2 = "hand2";
const char *const XCURSOR_TOP_LEFT_CORNER = "top_left_corner";
const char *const XCURSOR_TOP_RIGHT_CORNER = "top_right_corner";
const char *const XCURSOR_BOTTOM_LEFT_CORNER = "bottom_left_corner";
const char *const XCURSOR_BOTTOM_RIGHT_CORNER = "bottom_right_corner";
const char *const XCURSOR_LEFT_SIDE = "left_side";
const char *const XCURSOR_RIGHT_SIDE = "right_side";
const char *const XCURSOR_TOP_SIDE = "top_side";
const char *const XCURSOR_BOTTOM_SIDE = "bottom_side";
static void
enqueue_data_for_slave(const void *data, size_t len, size_t offset,
ptmx_buffer_list_t *buffer_list)
{
void *copy = xmalloc(len);
memcpy(copy, data, len);
struct ptmx_buffer queued = {
.data = copy,
.len = len,
.idx = offset,
};
tll_push_back(*buffer_list, queued);
}
static bool
data_to_slave(struct terminal *term, const void *data, size_t len,
ptmx_buffer_list_t *buffer_list)
{
/*
* Try a synchronous write first. If we fail to write everything,
* switch to asynchronous.
*/
size_t async_idx = 0;
switch (async_write(term->ptmx, data, len, &async_idx)) {
case ASYNC_WRITE_REMAIN:
/* Switch to asynchronous mode; let FDM write the remaining data */
if (!fdm_event_add(term->fdm, term->ptmx, EPOLLOUT))
return false;
enqueue_data_for_slave(data, len, async_idx, buffer_list);
return true;
case ASYNC_WRITE_DONE:
return true;
case ASYNC_WRITE_ERR:
LOG_ERRNO("failed to synchronously write %zu bytes to slave", len);
return false;
}
BUG("Unexpected async_write() return value");
return false;
}
bool
term_paste_data_to_slave(struct terminal *term, const void *data, size_t len)
{
xassert(term->is_sending_paste_data);
if (term->ptmx < 0) {
/* We're probably in "hold" */
return false;
}
if (tll_length(term->ptmx_paste_buffers) > 0) {
/* Don't even try to send data *now* if there's queued up
* data, since that would result in events arriving out of
* order. */
enqueue_data_for_slave(data, len, 0, &term->ptmx_paste_buffers);
return true;
}
return data_to_slave(term, data, len, &term->ptmx_paste_buffers);
}
bool
term_to_slave(struct terminal *term, const void *data, size_t len)
{
if (term->ptmx < 0) {
/* We're probably in "hold" */
return false;
}
if (tll_length(term->ptmx_buffers) > 0 || term->is_sending_paste_data) {
/*
* Don't even try to send data *now* if there's queued up
* data, since that would result in events arriving out of
* order.
*
* Furthermore, if we're currently sending paste data to the
* client, do *not* mix that stream with other events
* (https://codeberg.org/dnkl/foot/issues/101).
*/
enqueue_data_for_slave(data, len, 0, &term->ptmx_buffers);
return true;
}
return data_to_slave(term, data, len, &term->ptmx_buffers);
}
static bool
fdm_ptmx_out(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
struct terminal *term = data;
/* If there is no queued data, then we shouldn't be in asynchronous mode */
xassert(tll_length(term->ptmx_buffers) > 0 ||
tll_length(term->ptmx_paste_buffers) > 0);
/* Writes a single buffer, returns if not all of it could be written */
#define write_one_buffer(buffer_list) \
{ \
switch (async_write(term->ptmx, it->item.data, it->item.len, &it->item.idx)) { \
case ASYNC_WRITE_DONE: \
free(it->item.data); \
tll_remove(buffer_list, it); \
break; \
case ASYNC_WRITE_REMAIN: \
/* to_slave() updated it->item.idx */ \
return true; \
case ASYNC_WRITE_ERR: \
LOG_ERRNO("failed to asynchronously write %zu bytes to slave", \
it->item.len - it->item.idx); \
return false; \
} \
}
tll_foreach(term->ptmx_paste_buffers, it)
write_one_buffer(term->ptmx_paste_buffers);
/* If we get here, *all* paste data buffers were successfully
* flushed */
if (!term->is_sending_paste_data) {
tll_foreach(term->ptmx_buffers, it)
write_one_buffer(term->ptmx_buffers);
}
/*
* If we get here, *all* buffers were successfully flushed.
*
* Or, we're still sending paste data, in which case we do *not*
* want to send the "normal" queued up data
*
* In both cases, we want to *disable* the FDM callback since
* otherwise we'd just be called right away again, with nothing to
* write.
*/
fdm_event_del(term->fdm, term->ptmx, EPOLLOUT);
return true;
}
#if PTMX_TIMING
static struct timespec last = {0};
#endif
static bool cursor_blink_rearm_timer(struct terminal *term);
/* Externally visible, but not declared in terminal.h, to enable pgo
* to call this function directly */
bool
fdm_ptmx(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
struct terminal *term = data;
const bool pollin = events & EPOLLIN;
const bool pollout = events & EPOLLOUT;
const bool hup = events & EPOLLHUP;
if (pollout) {
if (!fdm_ptmx_out(fdm, fd, events, data))
return false;
}
/* Prevent blinking while typing */
if (term->cursor_blink.fd >= 0) {
term->cursor_blink.state = CURSOR_BLINK_ON;
cursor_blink_rearm_timer(term);
}
uint8_t buf[24 * 1024];
ssize_t count = sizeof(buf);
const size_t max_iterations = !hup ? 10 : (size_t)-1ll;
for (size_t i = 0; i < max_iterations && pollin; i++) {
xassert(pollin);
count = read(term->ptmx, buf, sizeof(buf));
if (count < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN || errno == EIO) {
/*
* EAGAIN: no more to read - FDM will trigger us again
* EIO: assume PTY was closed - we already have, or will get, a EPOLLHUP
*/
break;
}
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read from pseudo terminal");
return false;
} else if (count == 0) {
/* Reached end-of-file */
break;
}
vt_from_slave(term, buf, count);
}
if (!term->render.app_sync_updates.enabled) {
/*
* We likely need to re-render. But, we don't want to do it
* immediately. Often, a single client update is done through
* multiple writes. This could lead to us rendering one frame with
* "intermediate" state.
*
* For example, we might end up rendering a frame
* where the client just erased a line, while in the
* next frame, the client wrote to the same line. This
* causes screen "flickering".
*
* Mitigate by always incuring a small delay before
* rendering the next frame. This gives the client
* some time to finish the operation (and thus gives
* us time to receive the last writes before doing any
* actual rendering).
*
* We incur this delay *every* time we receive
* input. To ensure we don't delay rendering
* indefinitely, we start a second timer that is only
* reset when we render.
*
* Note that when the client is producing data at a
* very high pace, we're rate limited by the wayland
* compositor anyway. The delay we introduce here only
* has any effect when the renderer is idle.
*/
uint64_t lower_ns = term->conf->tweak.delayed_render_lower_ns;
uint64_t upper_ns = term->conf->tweak.delayed_render_upper_ns;
if (lower_ns > 0 && upper_ns > 0) {
#if PTMX_TIMING
struct timespec now;
clock_gettime(1, &now);
if (last.tv_sec > 0 || last.tv_nsec > 0) {
struct timeval diff;
struct timeval l = {last.tv_sec, last.tv_nsec / 1000};
struct timeval n = {now.tv_sec, now.tv_nsec / 1000};
timersub(&n, &l, &diff);
LOG_INFO("waited %lu µs for more input", diff.tv_usec);
}
last = now;
#endif
xassert(lower_ns < 1000000000);
xassert(upper_ns < 1000000000);
xassert(upper_ns > lower_ns);
timerfd_settime(
term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd, 0,
&(struct itimerspec){.it_value = {.tv_nsec = lower_ns}},
NULL);
/* Second timeout - only reset when we render. Set to one
* frame (assuming 60Hz) */
if (!term->delayed_render_timer.is_armed) {
timerfd_settime(
term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd, 0,
&(struct itimerspec){.it_value = {.tv_nsec = upper_ns}},
NULL);
term->delayed_render_timer.is_armed = true;
}
} else
render_refresh(term);
}
if (hup) {
fdm_del(fdm, fd);
term->ptmx = -1;
}
return true;
}
static bool
fdm_flash(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t expiration_count;
ssize_t ret = read(
term->flash.fd, &expiration_count, sizeof(expiration_count));
if (ret < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read flash timer");
return false;
}
LOG_DBG("flash timer expired %llu times",
(unsigned long long)expiration_count);
term->flash.active = false;
term_damage_view(term);
render_refresh(term);
return true;
}
static bool
fdm_blink(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t expiration_count;
ssize_t ret = read(
term->blink.fd, &expiration_count, sizeof(expiration_count));
if (ret < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read blink timer");
return false;
}
LOG_DBG("blink timer expired %llu times",
(unsigned long long)expiration_count);
/* Invert blink state */
term->blink.state = term->blink.state == BLINK_ON
? BLINK_OFF : BLINK_ON;
/* Scan all visible cells and mark rows with blinking cells dirty */
bool no_blinking_cells = true;
for (int r = 0; r < term->rows; r++) {
struct row *row = grid_row_in_view(term->grid, r);
for (int col = 0; col < term->cols; col++) {
struct cell *cell = &row->cells[col];
if (cell->attrs.blink) {
cell->attrs.clean = 0;
row->dirty = true;
no_blinking_cells = false;
}
}
}
if (no_blinking_cells) {
LOG_DBG("disarming blink timer");
term->blink.state = BLINK_ON;
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->blink.fd);
term->blink.fd = -1;
} else
render_refresh(term);
return true;
}
void
term_arm_blink_timer(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->blink.fd >= 0)
return;
LOG_DBG("arming blink timer");
int fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK);
if (fd < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create blink timer FD");
return;
}
if (!fdm_add(term->fdm, fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_blink, term)) {
close(fd);
return;
}
struct itimerspec alarm = {
.it_value = {.tv_sec = 0, .tv_nsec = 500 * 1000000},
.it_interval = {.tv_sec = 0, .tv_nsec = 500 * 1000000},
};
if (timerfd_settime(fd, 0, &alarm, NULL) < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to arm blink timer");
fdm_del(term->fdm, fd);
}
term->blink.fd = fd;
}
static void
cursor_refresh(struct terminal *term)
{
term->grid->cur_row->cells[term->grid->cursor.point.col].attrs.clean = 0;
term->grid->cur_row->dirty = true;
render_refresh(term);
}
static bool
fdm_cursor_blink(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t expiration_count;
ssize_t ret = read(
term->cursor_blink.fd, &expiration_count, sizeof(expiration_count));
if (ret < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read cursor blink timer");
return false;
}
LOG_DBG("cursor blink timer expired %llu times",
(unsigned long long)expiration_count);
/* Invert blink state */
term->cursor_blink.state = term->cursor_blink.state == CURSOR_BLINK_ON
? CURSOR_BLINK_OFF : CURSOR_BLINK_ON;
cursor_refresh(term);
return true;
}
static bool
fdm_delayed_render(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t unused;
ssize_t ret1 = 0;
ssize_t ret2 = 0;
if (fd == term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd)
ret1 = read(term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd, &unused, sizeof(unused));
if (fd == term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd)
ret2 = read(term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd, &unused, sizeof(unused));
if ((ret1 < 0 || ret2 < 0)) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read timeout timer");
return false;
}
if (ret1 > 0)
LOG_DBG("lower delay timer expired");
else if (ret2 > 0)
LOG_DBG("upper delay timer expired");
if (ret1 == 0 && ret2 == 0)
return true;
#if PTMX_TIMING
last = (struct timespec){0};
#endif
/* Reset timers */
struct itimerspec reset = {{0}};
timerfd_settime(term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd, 0, &reset, NULL);
timerfd_settime(term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd, 0, &reset, NULL);
term->delayed_render_timer.is_armed = false;
render_refresh(term);
return true;
}
static bool
fdm_app_sync_updates_timeout(
struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t unused;
ssize_t ret = read(term->render.app_sync_updates.timer_fd,
&unused, sizeof(unused));
if (ret < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read application synchronized updates timeout timer");
return false;
}
term_disable_app_sync_updates(term);
return true;
}
static bool
fdm_title_update_timeout(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
if (events & EPOLLHUP)
return false;
struct terminal *term = data;
uint64_t unused;
ssize_t ret = read(term->render.title.timer_fd, &unused, sizeof(unused));
if (ret < 0) {
if (errno == EAGAIN)
return true;
LOG_ERRNO("failed to read title update throttle timer");
return false;
}
struct itimerspec reset = {{0}};
timerfd_settime(term->render.title.timer_fd, 0, &reset, NULL);
term->render.title.is_armed = false;
render_refresh_title(term);
return true;
}
static bool
initialize_render_workers(struct terminal *term)
{
LOG_INFO("using %zu rendering threads", term->render.workers.count);
if (sem_init(&term->render.workers.start, 0, 0) < 0 ||
sem_init(&term->render.workers.done, 0, 0) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to instantiate render worker semaphores");
return false;
}
int err;
if ((err = mtx_init(&term->render.workers.lock, mtx_plain)) != thrd_success) {
LOG_ERR("failed to instantiate render worker mutex: %s (%d)",
thrd_err_as_string(err), err);
goto err_sem_destroy;
}
term->render.workers.threads = xcalloc(
term->render.workers.count, sizeof(term->render.workers.threads[0]));
for (size_t i = 0; i < term->render.workers.count; i++) {
struct render_worker_context *ctx = xmalloc(sizeof(*ctx));
*ctx = (struct render_worker_context) {
.term = term,
.my_id = 1 + i,
};
int ret = thrd_create(
&term->render.workers.threads[i], &render_worker_thread, ctx);
if (ret != thrd_success) {
LOG_ERR("failed to create render worker thread: %s (%d)",
thrd_err_as_string(ret), ret);
term->render.workers.threads[i] = 0;
return false;
}
}
return true;
err_sem_destroy:
sem_destroy(&term->render.workers.start);
sem_destroy(&term->render.workers.done);
return false;
}
int
term_pt_or_px_as_pixels(const struct terminal *term,
const struct pt_or_px *pt_or_px)
{
return pt_or_px->px == 0
? round(pt_or_px->pt * term->font_dpi / 72)
: pt_or_px->px;
}
static void
free_box_drawing(struct fcft_glyph **box_drawing)
{
if (*box_drawing == NULL)
return;
free(pixman_image_get_data((*box_drawing)->pix));
pixman_image_unref((*box_drawing)->pix);
free(*box_drawing);
*box_drawing = NULL;
}
static bool
term_set_fonts(struct terminal *term, struct fcft_font *fonts[static 4])
{
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
xassert(fonts[i] != NULL);
fcft_destroy(term->fonts[i]);
term->fonts[i] = fonts[i];
}
for (size_t i = 0; i < ALEN(term->box_drawing); i++)
free_box_drawing(&term->box_drawing[i]);
const int old_cell_width = term->cell_width;
const int old_cell_height = term->cell_height;
const struct config *conf = term->conf;
term->cell_width =
(term->fonts[0]->space_advance.x > 0
? term->fonts[0]->space_advance.x
: term->fonts[0]->max_advance.x)
+ term_pt_or_px_as_pixels(term, &conf->letter_spacing);
term->cell_height = term->font_line_height.px >= 0
? term_pt_or_px_as_pixels(term, &term->font_line_height)
: max(term->fonts[0]->height,
term->fonts[0]->ascent + term->fonts[0]->descent);
term->font_x_ofs = term_pt_or_px_as_pixels(term, &conf->horizontal_letter_offset);
term->font_y_ofs = term_pt_or_px_as_pixels(term, &conf->vertical_letter_offset);
LOG_INFO("cell width=%d, height=%d", term->cell_width, term->cell_height);
if (term->cell_width < old_cell_width ||
term->cell_height < old_cell_height)
{
/*
* The cell size has decreased.
*
* This means sixels, which we cannot resize, no longer fit
* into their "allocated" grid space.
*
* To be able to fit them, we would have to change the grid
* content. Inserting empty lines _might_ seem acceptable, but
* we'd also need to insert empty columns, which would break
* existing layout completely.
*
* So we delete them.
*/
sixel_destroy_all(term);
} else if (term->cell_width != old_cell_width ||
term->cell_height != old_cell_height)
{
sixel_cell_size_changed(term);
}
/* Use force, since cell-width/height may have changed */
render_resize_force(term, term->width / term->scale, term->height / term->scale);
return true;
}
static float
get_font_dpi(const struct terminal *term)
{
/*
* Use output's DPI to scale font. This is to ensure the font has
* the same physical height (if measured by a ruler) regardless of
* monitor.
*
* Conceptually, we use the physical monitor specs to calculate
* the DPI, and we ignore the output's scaling factor.
*
* However, to deal with fractional scaling, where we're told to
* render at e.g. 2x, but are then downscaled by the compositor to
* e.g. 1.25, we use the scaled DPI value multiplied by the scale
* factor instead.
*
* For integral scaling factors the resulting DPI is the same as
* if we had used the physical DPI.
*
* For fractional scaling factors we'll get a DPI *larger* than
* the physical DPI, that ends up being right when later
* downscaled by the compositor.
*/
/* Use highest DPI from outputs we're mapped on */
double dpi = 0.0;
xassert(term->window != NULL);
tll_foreach(term->window->on_outputs, it) {
if (it->item->dpi > dpi)
dpi = it->item->dpi;
}
/* If we're not mapped, use DPI from first monitor. Hopefully this is where we'll get mapped later... */
if (dpi == 0.) {
tll_foreach(term->wl->monitors, it) {
dpi = it->item.dpi;
break;
}
}
if (dpi == 0) {
/* No monitors? */
dpi = 96.;
}
return dpi;
}
static enum fcft_subpixel
get_font_subpixel(const struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->colors.alpha != 0xffff) {
/* Can't do subpixel rendering on transparent background */
return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_NONE;
}
enum wl_output_subpixel wl_subpixel;
/*
* Wayland doesn't tell us *which* part of the surface that goes
* on a specific output, only whether the surface is mapped to an
* output or not.
*
* Thus, when determining which subpixel mode to use, we can't do
* much but select *an* output. So, we pick the first one.
*
* If we're not mapped at all, we pick the first available
* monitor, and hope that's where we'll eventually get mapped.
*
* If there aren't any monitors we use the "default" subpixel
* mode.
*/
if (tll_length(term->window->on_outputs) > 0)
wl_subpixel = tll_front(term->window->on_outputs)->subpixel;
else if (tll_length(term->wl->monitors) > 0)
wl_subpixel = tll_front(term->wl->monitors).subpixel;
else
wl_subpixel = WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_UNKNOWN;
switch (wl_subpixel) {
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_UNKNOWN: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_DEFAULT;
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_NONE: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_NONE;
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_RGB: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_RGB;
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_BGR: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_BGR;
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_RGB: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_RGB;
case WL_OUTPUT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_BGR: return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_BGR;
}
return FCFT_SUBPIXEL_DEFAULT;
}
static bool
font_sized_by_dpi(const struct terminal *term, int scale)
{
return term->conf->dpi_aware == DPI_AWARE_YES ||
(term->conf->dpi_aware == DPI_AWARE_AUTO && scale <= 1);
}
static bool
font_sized_by_scale(const struct terminal *term, int scale)
{
return !font_sized_by_dpi(term, scale);
}
struct font_load_data {
size_t count;
const char **names;
const char *attrs;
struct fcft_font **font;
};
static int
font_loader_thread(void *_data)
{
struct font_load_data *data = _data;
*data->font = fcft_from_name(data->count, data->names, data->attrs);
return *data->font != NULL;
}
static bool
reload_fonts(struct terminal *term)
{
const struct config *conf = term->conf;
const size_t counts[4] = {
conf->fonts[0].count,
conf->fonts[1].count,
conf->fonts[2].count,
conf->fonts[3].count,
};
/* Configure size (which may have been changed run-time) */
char **names[4];
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
names[i] = xmalloc(counts[i] * sizeof(names[i][0]));
const struct config_font_list *font_list = &conf->fonts[i];
for (size_t j = 0; j < font_list->count; j++) {
const struct config_font *font = &font_list->arr[j];
bool use_px_size = term->font_sizes[i][j].px_size > 0;
char size[64];
const int scale =
font_sized_by_scale(term, term->scale) ? term->scale : 1;
if (use_px_size)
snprintf(size, sizeof(size), ":pixelsize=%d",
term->font_sizes[i][j].px_size * scale);
else
snprintf(size, sizeof(size), ":size=%.2f",
term->font_sizes[i][j].pt_size * (double)scale);
size_t len = strlen(font->pattern) + strlen(size) + 1;
names[i][j] = xmalloc(len);
strcpy(names[i][j], font->pattern);
strcat(names[i][j], size);
}
}
/* Did user configure custom bold/italic fonts?
* Or should we use the regular font, with weight/slant attributes? */
const bool custom_bold = counts[1] > 0;
const bool custom_italic = counts[2] > 0;
const bool custom_bold_italic = counts[3] > 0;
const size_t count_regular = counts[0];
const char **names_regular = (const char **)names[0];
const size_t count_bold = custom_bold ? counts[1] : counts[0];
const char **names_bold = (const char **)(custom_bold ? names[1] : names[0]);
const size_t count_italic = custom_italic ? counts[2] : counts[0];
const char **names_italic = (const char **)(custom_italic ? names[2] : names[0]);
const size_t count_bold_italic = custom_bold_italic ? counts[3] : counts[0];
const char **names_bold_italic = (const char **)(custom_bold_italic ? names[3] : names[0]);
const bool use_dpi = font_sized_by_dpi(term, term->scale);
char *attrs[4] = {NULL};
int attr_len[4] = {-1, -1, -1, -1}; /* -1, so that +1 (below) results in 0 */
for (size_t i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
attr_len[0] = snprintf(
attrs[0], attr_len[0] + 1, "dpi=%.2f",
use_dpi ? term->font_dpi : 96);
attr_len[1] = snprintf(
attrs[1], attr_len[1] + 1, "dpi=%.2f:%s",
use_dpi ? term->font_dpi : 96, !custom_bold ? "weight=bold" : "");
attr_len[2] = snprintf(
attrs[2], attr_len[2] + 1, "dpi=%.2f:%s",
use_dpi ? term->font_dpi : 96, !custom_italic ? "slant=italic" : "");
attr_len[3] = snprintf(
attrs[3], attr_len[3] + 1, "dpi=%.2f:%s",
use_dpi ? term->font_dpi : 96, !custom_bold_italic ? "weight=bold:slant=italic" : "");
if (i > 0)
continue;
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++)
attrs[i] = xmalloc(attr_len[i] + 1);
}
struct fcft_font *fonts[4];
struct font_load_data data[4] = {
{count_regular, names_regular, attrs[0], &fonts[0]},
{count_bold, names_bold, attrs[1], &fonts[1]},
{count_italic, names_italic, attrs[2], &fonts[2]},
{count_bold_italic, names_bold_italic, attrs[3], &fonts[3]},
};
thrd_t tids[4] = {0};
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
int ret = thrd_create(&tids[i], &font_loader_thread, &data[i]);
if (ret != thrd_success) {
LOG_ERR("failed to create font loader thread: %s (%d)",
thrd_err_as_string(ret), ret);
break;
}
}
bool success = true;
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
if (tids[i] != 0) {
int ret;
thrd_join(tids[i], &ret);
success = success && ret;
} else
success = false;
}
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
for (size_t j = 0; j < counts[i]; j++)
free(names[i][j]);
free(names[i]);
free(attrs[i]);
}
if (!success) {
LOG_ERR("failed to load primary fonts");
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
fcft_destroy(fonts[i]);
fonts[i] = NULL;
}
}
return success ? term_set_fonts(term, fonts) : success;
}
static bool
load_fonts_from_conf(struct terminal *term)
{
const struct config *conf = term->conf;
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
const struct config_font_list *font_list = &conf->fonts[i];
for (size_t j = 0; j < font_list->count; j++) {
const struct config_font *font = &font_list->arr[j];
term->font_sizes[i][j] = (struct config_font){
.pt_size = font->pt_size, .px_size = font->px_size};
}
}
term->font_line_height = term->conf->line_height;
return reload_fonts(term);
}
static void
slave_died(struct reaper *reaper, pid_t pid, int status, void *data)
{
struct terminal *term = data;
LOG_DBG("slave (PID=%u) died", pid);
term->slave_has_been_reaped = true;
term->exit_status = status;
if (!term->conf->hold_at_exit)
term_shutdown(term);
}
struct terminal *
term_init(const struct config *conf, struct fdm *fdm, struct reaper *reaper,
struct wayland *wayl, const char *foot_exe, const char *cwd,
int argc, char *const *argv,
void (*shutdown_cb)(void *data, int exit_code), void *shutdown_data)
{
int ptmx = -1;
int flash_fd = -1;
int delay_lower_fd = -1;
int delay_upper_fd = -1;
int app_sync_updates_fd = -1;
int title_update_fd = -1;
struct terminal *term = malloc(sizeof(*term));
if (unlikely(term == NULL)) {
LOG_ERRNO("malloc() failed");
return NULL;
}
if ((ptmx = posix_openpt(O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY)) < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to open PTY");
goto close_fds;
}
if ((flash_fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK)) < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create flash timer FD");
goto close_fds;
}
if ((delay_lower_fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK)) < 0 ||
(delay_upper_fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK)) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create delayed rendering timer FDs");
goto close_fds;
}
if ((app_sync_updates_fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK)) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create application synchronized updates timer FD");
goto close_fds;
}
if ((title_update_fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK)) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create title update throttle timer FD");
goto close_fds;
}
if (ioctl(ptmx, (unsigned int)TIOCSWINSZ,
&(struct winsize){.ws_row = 24, .ws_col = 80}) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to set initial TIOCSWINSZ");
goto close_fds;
}
int ptmx_flags;
if ((ptmx_flags = fcntl(ptmx, F_GETFL)) < 0 ||
fcntl(ptmx, F_SETFL, ptmx_flags | O_NONBLOCK) < 0)
{
LOG_ERRNO("failed to configure ptmx as non-blocking");
goto err;
}
/*
* Enable all FDM callbackes *except* ptmx - we can't do that
* until the window has been 'configured' since we don't have a
* size (and thus no grid) before then.
*/
if (!fdm_add(fdm, flash_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_flash, term) ||
!fdm_add(fdm, delay_lower_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_delayed_render, term) ||
!fdm_add(fdm, delay_upper_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_delayed_render, term) ||
!fdm_add(fdm, app_sync_updates_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_app_sync_updates_timeout, term) ||
!fdm_add(fdm, title_update_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_title_update_timeout, term))
{
goto err;
}
/* Initialize configure-based terminal attributes */
*term = (struct terminal) {
.fdm = fdm,
.reaper = reaper,
.conf = conf,
.ptmx = ptmx,
.ptmx_buffers = tll_init(),
.ptmx_paste_buffers = tll_init(),
.font_sizes = {
xmalloc(sizeof(term->font_sizes[0][0]) * conf->fonts[0].count),
xmalloc(sizeof(term->font_sizes[1][0]) * conf->fonts[1].count),
xmalloc(sizeof(term->font_sizes[2][0]) * conf->fonts[2].count),
xmalloc(sizeof(term->font_sizes[3][0]) * conf->fonts[3].count),
},
.font_dpi = 0.,
.font_subpixel = (conf->colors.alpha == 0xffff /* Can't do subpixel rendering on transparent background */
? FCFT_SUBPIXEL_DEFAULT
: FCFT_SUBPIXEL_NONE),
.cursor_keys_mode = CURSOR_KEYS_NORMAL,
.keypad_keys_mode = KEYPAD_NUMERICAL,
.reverse_wrap = true,
.auto_margin = true,
.window_title_stack = tll_init(),
.scale = 1,
.flash = {.fd = flash_fd},
.blink = {.fd = -1},
.vt = {
.state = 0, /* STATE_GROUND */
.osc8 = {
.begin = {-1, -1},
},
},
.colors = {
.fg = conf->colors.fg,
.bg = conf->colors.bg,
.alpha = conf->colors.alpha,
.selection_fg = conf->colors.selection_fg,
.selection_bg = conf->colors.selection_bg,
.use_custom_selection = conf->colors.use_custom.selection,
},
.origin = ORIGIN_ABSOLUTE,
.cursor_style = conf->cursor.style,
.cursor_blink = {
.decset = false,
.deccsusr = conf->cursor.blink,
.state = CURSOR_BLINK_ON,
.fd = -1,
},
.cursor_color = {
.text = conf->cursor.color.text,
.cursor = conf->cursor.color.cursor,
},
.selection = {
.start = {-1, -1},
.end = {-1, -1},
.auto_scroll = {
.fd = -1,
},
},
.normal = {.scroll_damage = tll_init(), .sixel_images = tll_init()},
.alt = {.scroll_damage = tll_init(), .sixel_images = tll_init()},
.grid = &term->normal,
.composed = NULL,
.alt_scrolling = conf->mouse.alternate_scroll_mode,
.meta = {
.esc_prefix = true,
.eight_bit = true,
},
.num_lock_modifier = true,
.bell_action_enabled = true,
.tab_stops = tll_init(),
.wl = wayl,
.render = {
.scrollback_lines = conf->scrollback.lines,
.app_sync_updates.timer_fd = app_sync_updates_fd,
.title = {
.is_armed = false,
.timer_fd = title_update_fd,
},
.workers = {
.count = conf->render_worker_count,
.queue = tll_init(),
},
.presentation_timings = conf->presentation_timings,
},
.delayed_render_timer = {
.is_armed = false,
.lower_fd = delay_lower_fd,
.upper_fd = delay_upper_fd,
},
.sixel = {
.scrolling = true,
.use_private_palette = true,
.palette_size = SIXEL_MAX_COLORS,
.max_width = SIXEL_MAX_WIDTH,
.max_height = SIXEL_MAX_HEIGHT,
},
.shutdown_cb = shutdown_cb,
.shutdown_data = shutdown_data,
.foot_exe = xstrdup(foot_exe),
.cwd = xstrdup(cwd),
#if defined(FOOT_IME_ENABLED) && FOOT_IME_ENABLED
.ime_enabled = true,
#endif
};
term_update_ascii_printer(term);
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
const struct config_font_list *font_list = &conf->fonts[i];
for (size_t j = 0; j < font_list->count; j++) {
const struct config_font *font = &font_list->arr[j];
term->font_sizes[i][j] = (struct config_font){
.pt_size = font->pt_size, .px_size = font->px_size};
}
}
term->font_line_height = conf->line_height;
/* Start the slave/client */
if ((term->slave = slave_spawn(
term->ptmx, argc, term->cwd, argv,
conf->term, conf->shell, conf->login_shell,
&conf->notifications)) == -1)
{
goto err;
}
reaper_add(term->reaper, term->slave, &slave_died, term);
/* Guess scale; we're not mapped yet, so we don't know on which
* output we'll be. Pick highest scale we find for now */
tll_foreach(term->wl->monitors, it) {
if (it->item.scale > term->scale)
term->scale = it->item.scale;
}
memcpy(term->colors.table, term->conf->colors.table,
sizeof(term->colors.table));
/* Initialize the Wayland window backend */
if ((term->window = wayl_win_init(term)) == NULL)
goto err;
/* Load fonts */
if (!term_font_dpi_changed(term, 0))
goto err;
term->font_subpixel = get_font_subpixel(term);
term_set_window_title(term, conf->title);
/* Let the Wayland backend know we exist */
tll_push_back(wayl->terms, term);
switch (conf->startup_mode) {
case STARTUP_WINDOWED:
break;
case STARTUP_MAXIMIZED:
xdg_toplevel_set_maximized(term->window->xdg_toplevel);
break;
case STARTUP_FULLSCREEN:
xdg_toplevel_set_fullscreen(term->window->xdg_toplevel, NULL);
break;
}
if (!initialize_render_workers(term))
goto err;
return term;
err:
term->is_shutting_down = true;
term_destroy(term);
return NULL;
close_fds:
close(ptmx);
fdm_del(fdm, flash_fd);
fdm_del(fdm, delay_lower_fd);
fdm_del(fdm, delay_upper_fd);
fdm_del(fdm, app_sync_updates_fd);
fdm_del(fdm, title_update_fd);
free(term);
return NULL;
}
void
term_window_configured(struct terminal *term)
{
/* Enable ptmx FDM callback */
if (!term->is_shutting_down) {
xassert(term->window->is_configured);
fdm_add(term->fdm, term->ptmx, EPOLLIN, &fdm_ptmx, term);
}
}
static bool
fdm_shutdown(struct fdm *fdm, int fd, int events, void *data)
{
LOG_DBG("FDM shutdown");
struct terminal *term = data;
/* Kill the event FD */
fdm_del(term->fdm, fd);
wayl_win_destroy(term->window);
term->window = NULL;
struct wayland *wayl = term->wl;
/*
* Normally we'd get unmapped when we destroy the Wayland
* above.
*
* However, it appears that under certain conditions, those events
* are deferred (for example, when a screen locker is active), and
* thus we can get here without having been unmapped.
*/
tll_foreach(wayl->seats, it) {
if (it->item.kbd_focus == term)
it->item.kbd_focus = NULL;
if (it->item.mouse_focus == term)
it->item.mouse_focus = NULL;
}
void (*cb)(void *, int) = term->shutdown_cb;
void *cb_data = term->shutdown_data;
int exit_code = term_destroy(term);
if (cb != NULL)
cb(cb_data, exit_code);
return true;
}
bool
term_shutdown(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->is_shutting_down)
return true;
term->is_shutting_down = true;
/*
* Close FDs then postpone self-destruction to the next poll
* iteration, by creating an event FD that we trigger immediately.
*/
term_cursor_blink_update(term);
xassert(term->cursor_blink.fd < 0);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->selection.auto_scroll.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->render.app_sync_updates.timer_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->render.title.timer_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->blink.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->flash.fd);
/* We’ll deal with this explicitly */
reaper_del(term->reaper, term->slave);
if (term->window != NULL && term->window->is_configured)
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->ptmx);
else
close(term->ptmx);
term->selection.auto_scroll.fd = -1;
term->render.app_sync_updates.timer_fd = -1;
term->render.title.timer_fd = -1;
term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd = -1;
term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd = -1;
term->blink.fd = -1;
term->flash.fd = -1;
term->ptmx = -1;
int event_fd = eventfd(0, EFD_CLOEXEC | EFD_NONBLOCK);
if (event_fd == -1) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create terminal shutdown event FD");
return false;
}
if (!fdm_add(term->fdm, event_fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_shutdown, term)) {
close(event_fd);
return false;
}
if (write(event_fd, &(uint64_t){1}, sizeof(uint64_t)) != sizeof(uint64_t)) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to send terminal shutdown event");
fdm_del(term->fdm, event_fd);
return false;
}
return true;
}
static volatile sig_atomic_t alarm_raised;
static void
sig_alarm(int signo)
{
LOG_DBG("SIGALRM");
alarm_raised = 1;
}
int
term_destroy(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term == NULL)
return 0;
tll_foreach(term->wl->terms, it) {
if (it->item == term) {
tll_remove(term->wl->terms, it);
break;
}
}
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->selection.auto_scroll.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->render.app_sync_updates.timer_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->render.title.timer_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->delayed_render_timer.lower_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->delayed_render_timer.upper_fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->cursor_blink.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->blink.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->flash.fd);
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->ptmx);
if (term->window != NULL) {
wayl_win_destroy(term->window);
term->window = NULL;
}
mtx_lock(&term->render.workers.lock);
xassert(tll_length(term->render.workers.queue) == 0);
/* Count livinig threads - we may get here when only some of the
* threads have been successfully started */
size_t worker_count = 0;
if (term->render.workers.threads != NULL) {
for (size_t i = 0; i < term->render.workers.count; i++, worker_count++) {
if (term->render.workers.threads[i] == 0)
break;
}
for (size_t i = 0; i < worker_count; i++) {
sem_post(&term->render.workers.start);
tll_push_back(term->render.workers.queue, -2);
}
}
mtx_unlock(&term->render.workers.lock);
urls_reset(term);
free(term->vt.osc.data);
free(term->vt.osc8.uri);
composed_free(term->composed);
free(term->window_title);
tll_free_and_free(term->window_title_stack, free);
for (size_t i = 0; i < sizeof(term->fonts) / sizeof(term->fonts[0]); i++)
fcft_destroy(term->fonts[i]);
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++)
free(term->font_sizes[i]);
for (size_t i = 0; i < ALEN(term->box_drawing); i++)
free_box_drawing(&term->box_drawing[i]);
free(term->search.buf);
if (term->render.workers.threads != NULL) {
for (size_t i = 0; i < term->render.workers.count; i++) {
if (term->render.workers.threads[i] != 0)
thrd_join(term->render.workers.threads[i], NULL);
}
}
free(term->render.workers.threads);
mtx_destroy(&term->render.workers.lock);
sem_destroy(&term->render.workers.start);
sem_destroy(&term->render.workers.done);
xassert(tll_length(term->render.workers.queue) == 0);
tll_free(term->render.workers.queue);
tll_free(term->tab_stops);
tll_foreach(term->ptmx_buffers, it) {
free(it->item.data);
tll_remove(term->ptmx_buffers, it);
}
tll_foreach(term->ptmx_paste_buffers, it) {
free(it->item.data);
tll_remove(term->ptmx_paste_buffers, it);
}
sixel_fini(term);
term_ime_reset(term);
grid_free(&term->normal);
grid_free(&term->alt);
free(term->foot_exe);
free(term->cwd);
int ret = EXIT_SUCCESS;
if (term->slave > 0) {
int exit_status;
if (term->slave_has_been_reaped)
exit_status = term->exit_status;
else {
LOG_DBG("waiting for slave (PID=%u) to die", term->slave);
/*
* Note: we've closed ptmx, so the slave *should* exit...
*
* But, since it is possible to write clients that ignore
* this, we need to handle it in *some* way.
*
* So, what we do is register a SIGALRM handler, and configure
* a 2 second alarm. If the slave hasn't died after this time,
* we send it a SIGTERM, then wait another 2 seconds (using
* the same alarm mechanism). If it still hasn't died, we send
* it a SIGKILL.
*
* Note that this solution is *not* asynchronous, and any
* other events etc will be ignored during this time. This of
* course only applies to a 'foot --server' instance, where
* there might be other terminals running.
*/
sigaction(SIGALRM, &(const struct sigaction){.sa_handler = &sig_alarm}, NULL);
alarm(2);
int kill_signal = SIGTERM;
while (true) {
int r = waitpid(term->slave, &exit_status, 0);
if (r == term->slave)
break;
if (r == -1) {
xassert(errno == EINTR);
if (alarm_raised) {
LOG_DBG("slave hasn't died yet, sending: %s (%d)",
kill_signal == SIGTERM ? "SIGTERM" : "SIGKILL",
kill_signal);
kill(term->slave, kill_signal);
alarm_raised = 0;
if (kill_signal != SIGKILL)
alarm(2);
kill_signal = SIGKILL;
}
}
}
/* Cancel alarm */
alarm(0);
sigaction(SIGALRM, &(const struct sigaction){.sa_handler = SIG_DFL}, NULL);
}
ret = EXIT_FAILURE;
if (WIFEXITED(exit_status)) {
ret = WEXITSTATUS(exit_status);
LOG_DBG("slave exited with code %d", ret);
} else if (WIFSIGNALED(exit_status)) {
ret = WTERMSIG(exit_status);
LOG_WARN("slave exited with signal %d (%s)", ret, strsignal(ret));
} else {
LOG_WARN("slave exited for unknown reason (status = 0x%08x)",
exit_status);
}
}
free(term);
#if defined(__GLIBC__)
if (!malloc_trim(0))
LOG_WARN("failed to trim memory");
#endif
return ret;
}
static inline void
erase_cell_range(struct terminal *term, struct row *row, int start, int end)
{
xassert(start < term->cols);
xassert(end < term->cols);
row->dirty = true;
if (unlikely(term->vt.attrs.have_bg)) {
for (int col = start; col <= end; col++) {
struct cell *c = &row->cells[col];
c->wc = 0;
c->attrs = (struct attributes){.have_bg = 1, .bg = term->vt.attrs.bg};
}
} else
memset(&row->cells[start], 0, (end - start + 1) * sizeof(row->cells[0]));
if (likely(row->extra == NULL))
return;
/* Split up, or remove, URI ranges affected by the erase */
tll_foreach(row->extra->uri_ranges, it) {
if (it->item.start > end) {
/* This range, and all subsequent ranges, start *after*
* the erase range */
break;
}
if (it->item.start < start && it->item.end >= start) {
/*
* URI crosses the erase *start* point.
*
* Create a new range for the URI part *before* the erased
* cells.
*
* Also modify this URI range’s start point so that we can
* remove it below.
*/
struct row_uri_range range_before = {
.start = it->item.start,
.end = start - 1,
.id = it->item.id,
.uri = xstrdup(it->item.uri),
};
tll_insert_before(row->extra->uri_ranges, it, range_before);
it->item.start = start;
}
if (it->item.start <= end && it->item.end > end) {
/*
* URI crosses the erase *end* point.
*
* Create a new range for the URI part *after* the erased
* cells.
*
* Also modify the URI range’s end point so that we can
* remove it below.
*/
struct row_uri_range range_after = {
.start = end + 1,
.end = it->item.end,
.id = it->item.id,
.uri = xstrdup(it->item.uri),
};
tll_insert_before(row->extra->uri_ranges, it, range_after);
it->item.end = end;
}
if (it->item.start >= start && it->item.end <= end) {
/* URI range completey covered by the erase - remove it */
free(it->item.uri);
tll_remove(row->extra->uri_ranges, it);
}
}
}
static inline void
erase_line(struct terminal *term, struct row *row)
{
erase_cell_range(term, row, 0, term->cols - 1);
row->linebreak = false;
}
void
term_reset(struct terminal *term, bool hard)
{
term->cursor_keys_mode = CURSOR_KEYS_NORMAL;
term->keypad_keys_mode = KEYPAD_NUMERICAL;
term->reverse = false;
term->hide_cursor = false;
term->reverse_wrap = true;
term->auto_margin = true;
term->insert_mode = false;
term->bracketed_paste = false;
term->focus_events = false;
term->modify_escape_key = false;
term->num_lock_modifier = true;
term->bell_action_enabled = true;
term->mouse_tracking = MOUSE_NONE;
term->mouse_reporting = MOUSE_NORMAL;
term->charsets.selected = G0;
term->charsets.set[G0] = CHARSET_ASCII;
term->charsets.set[G1] = CHARSET_ASCII;
term->charsets.set[G2] = CHARSET_ASCII;
term->charsets.set[G3] = CHARSET_ASCII;
term->saved_charsets = term->charsets;
tll_free_and_free(term->window_title_stack, free);
term_set_window_title(term, term->conf->title);
term->scroll_region.start = 0;
term->scroll_region.end = term->rows;
free(term->vt.osc8.uri);
free(term->vt.osc.data);
term->vt = (struct vt){
.state = 0, /* STATE_GROUND */
.osc8 = {.begin = (struct coord){-1, -1}},
};
if (term->grid == &term->alt) {
term->grid = &term->normal;
selection_cancel(term);
}
term->meta.esc_prefix = true;
term->meta.eight_bit = true;
tll_foreach(term->normal.sixel_images, it) {
sixel_destroy(&it->item);
tll_remove(term->normal.sixel_images, it);
}
tll_foreach(term->alt.sixel_images, it) {
sixel_destroy(&it->item);
tll_remove(term->alt.sixel_images, it);
}
#if defined(FOOT_IME_ENABLED) && FOOT_IME_ENABLED
term_ime_enable(term);
#endif
term_update_ascii_printer(term);
if (!hard)
return;
term->flash.active = false;
term->blink.state = BLINK_ON;
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->blink.fd); term->blink.fd = -1;
term->colors.fg = term->conf->colors.fg;
term->colors.bg = term->conf->colors.bg;
term->colors.alpha = term->conf->colors.alpha;
term->colors.selection_fg = term->conf->colors.selection_fg;
term->colors.selection_bg = term->conf->colors.selection_bg;
term->colors.use_custom_selection = term->conf->colors.use_custom.selection;
memcpy(term->colors.table, term->conf->colors.table,
sizeof(term->colors.table));
term->origin = ORIGIN_ABSOLUTE;
term->normal.cursor.lcf = false;
term->alt.cursor.lcf = false;
term->normal.cursor = (struct cursor){.point = {0, 0}};
term->normal.saved_cursor = (struct cursor){.point = {0, 0}};
term->alt.cursor = (struct cursor){.point = {0, 0}};
term->alt.saved_cursor = (struct cursor){.point = {0, 0}};
term->cursor_style = term->conf->cursor.style;
term->cursor_blink.decset = false;
term->cursor_blink.deccsusr = term->conf->cursor.blink;
term_cursor_blink_update(term);
term->cursor_color.text = term->conf->cursor.color.text;
term->cursor_color.cursor = term->conf->cursor.color.cursor;
selection_cancel(term);
term->normal.offset = term->normal.view = 0;
term->alt.offset = term->alt.view = 0;
for (size_t i = 0; i < term->rows; i++) {
struct row *r = grid_row_and_alloc(&term->normal, i);
erase_line(term, r);
}
for (size_t i = 0; i < term->rows; i++) {
struct row *r = grid_row_and_alloc(&term->alt, i);
erase_line(term, r);
}
for (size_t i = term->rows; i < term->normal.num_rows; i++) {
grid_row_free(term->normal.rows[i]);
term->normal.rows[i] = NULL;
}
for (size_t i = term->rows; i < term->alt.num_rows; i++) {
grid_row_free(term->alt.rows[i]);
term->alt.rows[i] = NULL;
}
term->normal.cur_row = term->normal.rows[0];
term->alt.cur_row = term->alt.rows[0];
tll_free(term->normal.scroll_damage);
tll_free(term->alt.scroll_damage);
term->render.last_cursor.row = NULL;
term->render.was_flashing = false;
term_damage_all(term);
}
static bool
term_font_size_adjust(struct terminal *term, double amount)
{
const struct config *conf = term->conf;
for (size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
const struct config_font_list *font_list = &conf->fonts[i];
for (size_t j = 0; j < font_list->count; j++) {
double old_pt_size = term->font_sizes[i][j].pt_size;
/*
* To ensure primary and user-configured fallback fonts are
* resizes by the same amount, convert pixel sizes to point
* sizes, and to the adjustment on point sizes only.
*/
if (term->font_sizes[i][j].px_size > 0) {
double dpi = term->font_dpi;
old_pt_size = term->font_sizes[i][j].px_size * 72. / dpi;
}
term->font_sizes[i][j].pt_size = fmax(old_pt_size + amount, 0);
term->font_sizes[i][j].px_size = -1;
}
}
if (term->font_line_height.px >= 0) {
double old_pt_size = term->font_line_height.px > 0
? term->font_line_height.px * 72. / term->font_dpi
: term->font_line_height.pt;
term->font_line_height.px = 0;
term->font_line_height.pt = fmax(old_pt_size + amount, 0);
}
return reload_fonts(term);
}
bool
term_font_size_increase(struct terminal *term)
{
if (!term_font_size_adjust(term, 0.5))
return false;
return true;
}
bool
term_font_size_decrease(struct terminal *term)
{
if (!term_font_size_adjust(term, -0.5))
return false;
return true;
}
bool
term_font_size_reset(struct terminal *term)
{
return load_fonts_from_conf(term);
}
bool
term_font_dpi_changed(struct terminal *term, int old_scale)
{
float dpi = get_font_dpi(term);
xassert(term->scale > 0);
bool was_scaled_using_dpi = font_sized_by_dpi(term, old_scale);
bool will_scale_using_dpi = font_sized_by_dpi(term, term->scale);
bool need_font_reload =
was_scaled_using_dpi != will_scale_using_dpi ||
(will_scale_using_dpi
? term->font_dpi != dpi
: old_scale != term->scale);
if (need_font_reload) {
LOG_DBG("DPI/scale change: DPI-awareness=%s, "
"DPI: %.2f -> %.2f, scale: %d, "
"sizing font based on monitor's %s",
term->conf->dpi_aware == DPI_AWARE_AUTO ? "auto" :
term->conf->dpi_aware == DPI_AWARE_YES ? "yes" : "no",
term->font_dpi, dpi, term->scale,
will_scale_using_dpi ? "DPI" : "scaling factor");
}
term->font_dpi = dpi;
if (!need_font_reload)
return true;
return reload_fonts(term);
}
void
term_font_subpixel_changed(struct terminal *term)
{
enum fcft_subpixel subpixel = get_font_subpixel(term);
if (term->font_subpixel == subpixel)
return;
#if defined(_DEBUG) && LOG_ENABLE_DBG
static const char *const str[] = {
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_DEFAULT] = "default",
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_NONE] = "disabled",
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_RGB] = "RGB",
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_HORIZONTAL_BGR] = "BGR",
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_RGB] = "V-RGB",
[FCFT_SUBPIXEL_VERTICAL_BGR] = "V-BGR",
};
#endif
LOG_DBG("subpixel mode changed: %s -> %s", str[term->font_subpixel], str[subpixel]);
term->font_subpixel = subpixel;
term_damage_view(term);
render_refresh(term);
}
void
term_damage_rows(struct terminal *term, int start, int end)
{
xassert(start <= end);
for (int r = start; r <= end; r++) {
struct row *row = grid_row(term->grid, r);
row->dirty = true;
for (int c = 0; c < term->grid->num_cols; c++)
row->cells[c].attrs.clean = 0;
}
}
void
term_damage_rows_in_view(struct terminal *term, int start, int end)
{
xassert(start <= end);
for (int r = start; r <= end; r++) {
struct row *row = grid_row_in_view(term->grid, r);
row->dirty = true;
for (int c = 0; c < term->grid->num_cols; c++)
row->cells[c].attrs.clean = 0;
}
}
void
term_damage_all(struct terminal *term)
{
term_damage_rows(term, 0, term->rows - 1);
}
void
term_damage_view(struct terminal *term)
{
term_damage_rows_in_view(term, 0, term->rows - 1);
}
void
term_damage_cursor(struct terminal *term)
{
term->grid->cur_row->cells[term->grid->cursor.point.col].attrs.clean = 0;
term->grid->cur_row->dirty = true;
}
void
term_damage_margins(struct terminal *term)
{
term->render.margins = true;
}
void
term_damage_scroll(struct terminal *term, enum damage_type damage_type,
struct scroll_region region, int lines)
{
if (tll_length(term->grid->scroll_damage) > 0) {
struct damage *dmg = &tll_back(term->grid->scroll_damage);
if (dmg->type == damage_type &&
dmg->region.start == region.start &&
dmg->region.end == region.end)
{
dmg->lines += lines;
return;
}
}
struct damage dmg = {
.type = damage_type,
.region = region,
.lines = lines,
};
tll_push_back(term->grid->scroll_damage, dmg);
}
void
term_erase(struct terminal *term, const struct coord *start, const struct coord *end)
{
xassert(start->row <= end->row);
xassert(start->col <= end->col || start->row < end->row);
if (start->row == end->row) {
struct row *row = grid_row(term->grid, start->row);
erase_cell_range(term, row, start->col, end->col);
sixel_overwrite_by_row(term, start->row, start->col, end->col - start->col + 1);
return;
}
xassert(end->row > start->row);
erase_cell_range(
term, grid_row(term->grid, start->row), start->col, term->cols - 1);
sixel_overwrite_by_row(term, start->row, start->col, term->cols - start->col);
for (int r = start->row + 1; r < end->row; r++)
erase_line(term, grid_row(term->grid, r));
sixel_overwrite_by_rectangle(
term, start->row + 1, 0, end->row - start->row, term->cols);
erase_cell_range(term, grid_row(term->grid, end->row), 0, end->col);
sixel_overwrite_by_row(term, end->row, 0, end->col + 1);
}
int
term_row_rel_to_abs(const struct terminal *term, int row)
{
switch (term->origin) {
case ORIGIN_ABSOLUTE:
return min(row, term->rows - 1);
case ORIGIN_RELATIVE:
return min(row + term->scroll_region.start, term->scroll_region.end - 1);
}
BUG("Invalid cursor_origin value");
return -1;
}
void
term_cursor_to(struct terminal *term, int row, int col)
{
xassert(row < term->rows);
xassert(col < term->cols);
term->grid->cursor.lcf = false;
term->grid->cursor.point.col = col;
term->grid->cursor.point.row = row;
term->grid->cur_row = grid_row(term->grid, row);
}
void
term_cursor_home(struct terminal *term)
{
term_cursor_to(term, term_row_rel_to_abs(term, 0), 0);
}
void
term_cursor_left(struct terminal *term, int count)
{
int move_amount = min(term->grid->cursor.point.col, count);
term->grid->cursor.point.col -= move_amount;
xassert(term->grid->cursor.point.col >= 0);
term->grid->cursor.lcf = false;
}
void
term_cursor_right(struct terminal *term, int count)
{
int move_amount = min(term->cols - term->grid->cursor.point.col - 1, count);
term->grid->cursor.point.col += move_amount;
xassert(term->grid->cursor.point.col < term->cols);
term->grid->cursor.lcf = false;
}
void
term_cursor_up(struct terminal *term, int count)
{
int top = term->origin == ORIGIN_ABSOLUTE ? 0 : term->scroll_region.start;
xassert(term->grid->cursor.point.row >= top);
int move_amount = min(term->grid->cursor.point.row - top, count);
term_cursor_to(term, term->grid->cursor.point.row - move_amount, term->grid->cursor.point.col);
}
void
term_cursor_down(struct terminal *term, int count)
{
int bottom = term->origin == ORIGIN_ABSOLUTE ? term->rows : term->scroll_region.end;
xassert(bottom >= term->grid->cursor.point.row);
int move_amount = min(bottom - term->grid->cursor.point.row - 1, count);
term_cursor_to(term, term->grid->cursor.point.row + move_amount, term->grid->cursor.point.col);
}
static bool
cursor_blink_rearm_timer(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->cursor_blink.fd < 0) {
int fd = timerfd_create(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, TFD_CLOEXEC | TFD_NONBLOCK);
if (fd < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to create cursor blink timer FD");
return false;
}
if (!fdm_add(term->fdm, fd, EPOLLIN, &fdm_cursor_blink, term)) {
close(fd);
return false;
}
term->cursor_blink.fd = fd;
}
static const struct itimerspec timer = {
.it_value = {.tv_sec = 0, .tv_nsec = 500000000},
.it_interval = {.tv_sec = 0, .tv_nsec = 500000000},
};
if (timerfd_settime(term->cursor_blink.fd, 0, &timer, NULL) < 0) {
LOG_ERRNO("failed to arm cursor blink timer");
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->cursor_blink.fd);
term->cursor_blink.fd = -1;
return false;
}
return true;
}
static bool
cursor_blink_disarm_timer(struct terminal *term)
{
fdm_del(term->fdm, term->cursor_blink.fd);
term->cursor_blink.fd = -1;
return true;
}
void
term_cursor_blink_update(struct terminal *term)
{
bool enable = term->cursor_blink.decset || term->cursor_blink.deccsusr;
bool activate = !term->is_shutting_down && enable && term->kbd_focus;
LOG_DBG("decset=%d, deccsrusr=%d, focus=%d, shutting-down=%d, enable=%d, activate=%d",
term->cursor_blink.decset, term->cursor_blink.deccsusr,
term->kbd_focus, term->is_shutting_down,
enable, activate);
if (activate && term->cursor_blink.fd < 0) {
term->cursor_blink.state = CURSOR_BLINK_ON;
cursor_blink_rearm_timer(term);
} else if (!activate && term->cursor_blink.fd >= 0)
cursor_blink_disarm_timer(term);
}
static bool
selection_on_top_region(const struct terminal *term,
struct scroll_region region)
{
return region.start > 0 &&
selection_on_rows(term, 0, region.start - 1);
}
static bool
selection_on_bottom_region(const struct terminal *term,
struct scroll_region region)
{
return region.end < term->rows &&
selection_on_rows(term, region.end, term->rows - 1);
}
void
term_scroll_partial(struct terminal *term, struct scroll_region region, int rows)
{
LOG_DBG("scroll: rows=%d, region.start=%d, region.end=%d",
rows, region.start, region.end);
/* Verify scroll amount has been clamped */
xassert(rows <= region.end - region.start);
/* Cancel selections that cannot be scrolled */
if (unlikely(term->selection.end.row >= 0)) {
/*
* Selection is (partly) inside either the top or bottom
* scrolling regions, or on (at least one) of the lines
* scrolled in (i.e. re-used lines).
*/
if (selection_on_top_region(term, region) ||
selection_on_bottom_region(term, region) ||
selection_on_rows(term, region.end - rows, region.end - 1))
{
selection_cancel(term);
}
}
sixel_scroll_up(term, rows);
bool view_follows = term->grid->view == term->grid->offset;
term->grid->offset += rows;
term->grid->offset &= term->grid->num_rows - 1;
if (view_follows) {
selection_view_down(term, term->grid->offset);
term->grid->view = term->grid->offset;
}
/* Top non-scrolling region. */
for (int i = region.start - 1; i >= 0; i--)
grid_swap_row(term->grid, i - rows, i);
/* Bottom non-scrolling region */
for (int i = term->rows - 1; i >= region.end; i--)
grid_swap_row(term->grid, i - rows, i);
/* Erase scrolled in lines */
for (int r = region.end - rows; r < region.end; r++) {
struct row *row = grid_row_and_alloc(term->grid, r);
erase_line(term, row);
}
term_damage_scroll(term, DAMAGE_SCROLL, region, rows);
term->grid->cur_row = grid_row(term->grid, term->grid->cursor.point.row);
#if defined(_DEBUG)
for (int r = 0; r < term->rows; r++)
xassert(grid_row(term->grid, r) != NULL);
#endif
}
void
term_scroll(struct terminal *term, int rows)
{
term_scroll_partial(term, term->scroll_region, rows);
}
void
term_scroll_reverse_partial(struct terminal *term,
struct scroll_region region, int rows)
{
LOG_DBG("scroll reverse: rows=%d, region.start=%d, region.end=%d",
rows, region.start, region.end);
/* Verify scroll amount has been clamped */
xassert(rows <= region.end - region.start);
/* Cancel selections that cannot be scrolled */
if (unlikely(term->selection.end.row >= 0)) {
/*
* Selection is (partly) inside either the top or bottom
* scrolling regions, or on (at least one) of the lines
* scrolled in (i.e. re-used lines).
*/
if (selection_on_top_region(term, region) ||
selection_on_bottom_region(term, region) ||
selection_on_rows(term, region.start, region.start + rows - 1))
{
selection_cancel(term);
}
}
sixel_scroll_down(term, rows);
bool view_follows = term->grid->view == term->grid->offset;
term->grid->offset -= rows;
while (term->grid->offset < 0)
term->grid->offset += term->grid->num_rows;
term->grid->offset &= term->grid->num_rows - 1;
xassert(term->grid->offset >= 0);
xassert(term->grid->offset < term->grid->num_rows);
if (view_follows) {
selection_view_up(term, term->grid->offset);
term->grid->view = term->grid->offset;
}
/* Bottom non-scrolling region */
for (int i = region.end + rows; i < term->rows + rows; i++)
grid_swap_row(term->grid, i, i - rows);
/* Top non-scrolling region */
for (int i = 0 + rows; i < region.start + rows; i++)
grid_swap_row(term->grid, i, i - rows);
/* Erase scrolled in lines */
for (int r = region.start; r < region.start + rows; r++) {
struct row *row = grid_row_and_alloc(term->grid, r);
erase_line(term, row);
}
term_damage_scroll(term, DAMAGE_SCROLL_REVERSE, region, rows);
term->grid->cur_row = grid_row(term->grid, term->grid->cursor.point.row);
#if defined(_DEBUG)
for (int r = 0; r < term->rows; r++)
xassert(grid_row(term->grid, r) != NULL);
#endif
}
void
term_scroll_reverse(struct terminal *term, int rows)
{
term_scroll_reverse_partial(term, term->scroll_region, rows);
}
void
term_carriage_return(struct terminal *term)
{
term_cursor_left(term, term->grid->cursor.point.col);
}
void
term_linefeed(struct terminal *term)
{
term->grid->cur_row->linebreak = true;
term->grid->cursor.lcf = false;
if (term->grid->cursor.point.row == term->scroll_region.end - 1)
term_scroll(term, 1);
else
term_cursor_down(term, 1);
}
void
term_reverse_index(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->grid->cursor.point.row == term->scroll_region.start)
term_scroll_reverse(term, 1);
else
term_cursor_up(term, 1);
}
void
term_reset_view(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->grid->view == term->grid->offset)
return;
term->grid->view = term->grid->offset;
term_damage_view(term);
}
void
term_save_cursor(struct terminal *term)
{
term->grid->saved_cursor = term->grid->cursor;
term->vt.saved_attrs = term->vt.attrs;
term->saved_charsets = term->charsets;
}
void
term_restore_cursor(struct terminal *term, const struct cursor *cursor)
{
int row = min(cursor->point.row, term->rows - 1);
int col = min(cursor->point.col, term->cols - 1);
term_cursor_to(term, row, col);
term->grid->cursor.lcf = cursor->lcf;
term->vt.attrs = term->vt.saved_attrs;
term->charsets = term->saved_charsets;
term_update_ascii_printer(term);
}
void
term_visual_focus_in(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->visual_focus)
return;
term->visual_focus = true;
term_cursor_blink_update(term);
render_refresh_csd(term);
}
void
term_visual_focus_out(struct terminal *term)
{
if (!term->visual_focus)
return;
term->visual_focus = false;
term_cursor_blink_update(term);
render_refresh_csd(term);
}
void
term_kbd_focus_in(struct terminal *term)
{
if (term->kbd_focus)
return;
term->kbd_focus = true;
if (term->render.urgency) {
term->render.urgency = false;
term_damage_margins(term);
}
cursor_refresh(term);
if (term->focus_events)
term_to_slave(term, "\033[I", 3);
}
void
term_kbd_focus_out(struct terminal *term)
{
if (!term->kbd_focus)
return;
tll_foreach(term->wl->seats, it)
if (it->item.kbd_focus == term)
return;
#if defined(FOOT_IME_ENABLED) && FOOT_IME_ENABLED
if (term_ime_reset(term))
render_refresh(term);
#endif
term->kbd_focus = false;
cursor_refresh(term);
if (term->focus_events)
term_to_slave(term, "\033[O", 3);
}
static int
linux_mouse_button_to_x(int button)
{
switch (button) {
case BTN_LEFT: return 1;
case BTN_MIDDLE: return 2;
case BTN_RIGHT: return 3;
case BTN_BACK: return 4;
case BTN_FORWARD: return 5;
case BTN_SIDE: return 8;
case BTN_EXTRA: return 9;
case BTN_TASK: return -1; /* TODO: ??? */
default:
LOG_WARN("unrecognized mouse button: %d (0x%x)", button, button);
return -1;
}
}
static int
encode_xbutton(int xbutton)
{
switch (xbutton) {
case 1: case 2: case 3:
return xbutton - 1;
case 4: case 5: case 6: case 7:
/* Like button 1 and 2, but with 64 added */
return xbutton - 4 + 64;
case 8: case 9: case 10: case 11:
/* Similar to 4 and 5, but adding 128 instead of 64 */
return xbutton - 8 + 128;
default:
LOG_ERR("cannot encode X mouse button: %d", xbutton);
return -1;
}
}
static void
report_mouse_click(struct terminal *term, int encoded_button, int row, int col,
bool release)
{
char response[128];
switch (term->mouse_reporting) {
case MOUSE_NORMAL: {
int encoded_col = 32 + col + 1;
int encoded_row = 32 + row + 1;
if (encoded_col > 255 || encoded_row > 255)
return;
snprintf(response, sizeof(response), "\033[M%c%c%c",
32 + (release ? 3 : encoded_button), encoded_col, encoded_row);
break;
}
case MOUSE_SGR:
snprintf(response, sizeof(response), "\033[<%d;%d;%d%c",
encoded_button, col + 1, row + 1, release ? 'm' : 'M');
break;
case MOUSE_URXVT:
snprintf(response, sizeof(response), "\033[%d;%d;%dM",
32 + (release ? 3 : encoded_button), col