Commit e1f6e312 authored by Noam Postavsky's avatar Noam Postavsky

Bring back the busy wait after x_make_frame_visible (Bug#25521)

But wait specfically for a MapNotify event, and only for a
configurable amount of time.
* src/xterm.c (syms_of_xterm) [x-wait-for-event-timeout]: New
variable.
(x_wait_for_event): Use it instead of hardcoding the wait to 0.1s.
(x_make_frame_visible): Call x_wait_for_event at the end.
* etc/NEWS: Announce x_wait_for_event.
parent bccf6352
......@@ -600,6 +600,11 @@ The two new variables, 'bidi-paragraph-start-re' and
'bidi-paragraph-separate-re', allow customization of what exactly are
paragraphs, for the purposes of bidirectional display.
---
** New variable 'x-wait-for-event-timeout'.
This controls how long Emacs will wait for updates to the graphical
state to take effect (making a frame visible, for example).
* Changes in Specialized Modes and Packages in Emacs 26.1
......
......@@ -11029,17 +11029,22 @@ x_sync_with_move (struct frame *f, int left, int top, bool fuzzy)
void
x_wait_for_event (struct frame *f, int eventtype)
{
int level = interrupt_input_blocked;
if (!FLOATP (Vx_wait_for_event_timeout))
return;
int level = interrupt_input_blocked;
fd_set fds;
struct timespec tmo, tmo_at, time_now;
int fd = ConnectionNumber (FRAME_X_DISPLAY (f));
f->wait_event_type = eventtype;
/* Set timeout to 0.1 second. Hopefully not noticeable.
Maybe it should be configurable. */
tmo = make_timespec (0, 100 * 1000 * 1000);
/* Default timeout is 0.1 second. Hopefully not noticeable. */
double timeout = XFLOAT_DATA (Vx_wait_for_event_timeout);
time_t timeout_seconds = (time_t) timeout;
tmo = make_timespec
(timeout_seconds, (long int) ((timeout - timeout_seconds)
* 1000 * 1000 * 1000));
tmo_at = timespec_add (current_timespec (), tmo);
while (f->wait_event_type)
......@@ -11365,8 +11370,13 @@ xembed_send_message (struct frame *f, Time t, enum xembed_message msg,
/* Change of visibility. */
/* This function sends the request to make the frame visible, but may
return before it the frame's visibility is changed. */
/* This tries to wait until the frame is really visible, depending on
the value of Vx_wait_for_event_timeout.
However, if the window manager asks the user where to position
the frame, this will return before the user finishes doing that.
The frame will not actually be visible at that time,
but it will become visible later when the window manager
finishes with it. */
void
x_make_frame_visible (struct frame *f)
......@@ -11437,11 +11447,14 @@ x_make_frame_visible (struct frame *f)
before we do anything else. We do this loop with input not blocked
so that incoming events are handled. */
{
Lisp_Object frame;
/* This must be before UNBLOCK_INPUT
since events that arrive in response to the actions above
will set it when they are handled. */
bool previously_visible = f->output_data.x->has_been_visible;
XSETFRAME (frame, f);
int original_left = f->left_pos;
int original_top = f->top_pos;
......@@ -11488,6 +11501,10 @@ x_make_frame_visible (struct frame *f)
unblock_input ();
}
/* Try to wait for a MapNotify event (that is what tells us when a
frame becomes visible). */
x_wait_for_event (f, MapNotify);
}
}
......@@ -13283,6 +13300,17 @@ This should be one of the symbols `ctrl', `alt', `hyper', `meta',
keysyms. The default is nil, which is the same as `super'. */);
Vx_super_keysym = Qnil;
DEFVAR_LISP ("x-wait-for-event-timeout", Vx_wait_for_event_timeout,
doc: /* How long to wait for X events.
Emacs will wait up to this many seconds to receive X events after
making changes which affect the state of the graphical interface.
Under some window managers this can take an indefinite amount of time,
so it is important to limit the wait.
If set to a non-float value, there will be no wait at all. */);
Vx_wait_for_event_timeout = make_float (0.1);
DEFVAR_LISP ("x-keysym-table", Vx_keysym_table,
doc: /* Hash table of character codes indexed by X keysym codes. */);
Vx_keysym_table = make_hash_table (hashtest_eql, 900,
......
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