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ViewGroup源码解读

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我们之前刚刚分析完事件传递机制和view的源码,如果没有看过的,建议看完View的事件拦截机制浅析以及View的事件源码解析。这次我们来分析下viewgroup的。

可能有人会想,怎么又是源码分析,肯定又是一大通。其实没你想的那么复杂。仔细分析一波就行了。

解读ViewGroup

我们都知道,一个事件完整的流程是从dispatchTouchevent–>onInterceptTouchevent–>onTouchEvent。我们先不说事件监听的问题。上述三个步骤就是正常一个点击的流程。前面我们分析view的时候发现它并没有onInterceptTouchevent这个方法。这个我之前有提到,view已经是最底层了,所以就不需要拦截了。而这一整套的机制就是在ViewGroup中体现出来的。我们先来看一张图:
这里写图片描述

触摸事件发生后,在Activity内最先接收到事件的是Activity自身的dispatchTouchEvent,然后Activity传递给Activity的Window。接着Window传递给最顶端的View,也就是DecorView。接下来才是我们熟悉的触摸事件流程:首先是最顶端的ViewGroup(这边便是DecorView)的dispatchTouchEvent接收到事件。并通过onInterceptTouchEvent判断是否需要拦截。如果拦截则分配到ViewGroup自身的onTouchEvent,如果不拦截则查找位于点击区域的子View(当事件是ACTION_DOWN的时候,会做一次查找并根据查找到的子View设定一个TouchTarget,有了TouchTarget以后,后续的对应id的事件如果不被拦截都会分发给这一个TouchTarget)。查找到子View以后则调用dispatchTransformedTouchEvent把MotionEvent的坐标转换到子View的坐标空间,这不仅仅是x,y的偏移,还包括根据子View自身矩阵的逆矩阵对坐标进行变换(这就是使用setTranslationX,setScaleX等方法调用后,子View的点击区域还能保持和自身绘制内容一致的原因。使用Animation做变换点击区域不同步是因为Animation使用的是Canvas的矩阵而不是View自身的矩阵来做变换)。

dispatchTouchevent分析

我们先放上dispatchTouchevent的源码,然后一步一步来分析:

 public boolean dispatchTouchEvent(MotionEvent ev) {
        if (mInputEventConsistencyVerifier != null) {
            mInputEventConsistencyVerifier.onTouchEvent(ev, 1);
        }
        // If the event targets the accessibility focused view and this is it, start
        // normal event dispatch. Maybe a descendant is what will handle the click.
        if (ev.isTargetAccessibilityFocus() && isAccessibilityFocusedViewOrHost()) {
            ev.setTargetAccessibilityFocus(false);
        }
        boolean handled = false;
        if (onFilterTouchEventForSecurity(ev)) {
            final int action = ev.getAction();
            final int actionMasked = action & MotionEvent.ACTION_MASK;
            // Handle an initial down.
            if (actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_DOWN) {
                // Throw away all previous state when starting a new touch gesture.
                // The framework may have dropped the up or cancel event for the previous gesture
                // due to an app switch, ANR, or some other state change.
                cancelAndClearTouchTargets(ev);
                resetTouchState();
            }
            // Check for interception.
            final boolean intercepted;
            if (actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_DOWN
                    || mFirstTouchTarget != null) {
                final boolean disallowIntercept = (mGroupFlags & FLAG_DISALLOW_INTERCEPT) != 0;
                if (!disallowIntercept) {
                    intercepted = onInterceptTouchEvent(ev);
                    ev.setAction(action); // restore action in case it was changed
                } else {
                    intercepted = false;
                }
            } else {
                // There are no touch targets and this action is not an initial down
                // so this view group continues to intercept touches.
                intercepted = true;
            }
            // If intercepted, start normal event dispatch. Also if there is already
            // a view that is handling the gesture, do normal event dispatch.
            if (intercepted || mFirstTouchTarget != null) {
                ev.setTargetAccessibilityFocus(false);
            }
            // Check for cancelation.
            final boolean canceled = resetCancelNextUpFlag(this)
                    || actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_CANCEL;
            // Update list of touch targets for pointer down, if needed.
            final boolean split = (mGroupFlags & FLAG_SPLIT_MOTION_EVENTS) != 0;
            TouchTarget newTouchTarget = null;
            boolean alreadyDispatchedToNewTouchTarget = false;
            if (!canceled && !intercepted) {
                // If the event is targeting accessiiblity focus we give it to the
                // view that has accessibility focus and if it does not handle it
                // we clear the flag and dispatch the event to all children as usual.
                // We are looking up the accessibility focused host to avoid keeping
                // state since these events are very rare.
                View childWithAccessibilityFocus = ev.isTargetAccessibilityFocus()
                        ? findChildWithAccessibilityFocus() : null;
                if (actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_DOWN
                        || (split && actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_POINTER_DOWN)
                        || actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_HOVER_MOVE) {
                    final int actionIndex = ev.getActionIndex(); // always 0 for down
                    final int idBitsToAssign = split ? 1 << ev.getPointerId(actionIndex)
                            : TouchTarget.ALL_POINTER_IDS;
                    // Clean up earlier touch targets for this pointer id in case they
                    // have become out of sync.
                    removePointersFromTouchTargets(idBitsToAssign);
                    final int childrenCount = mChildrenCount;
                    if (newTouchTarget == null && childrenCount != 0) {
                        final float x = ev.getX(actionIndex);
                        final float y = ev.getY(actionIndex);
                        // Find a child that can receive the event.
                        // Scan children from front to back.
                        final ArrayList<View> preorderedList = buildTouchDispatchChildList();
                        final boolean customOrder = preorderedList == null
                                && isChildrenDrawingOrderEnabled();
                        final View[] children = mChildren;
                        for (int i = childrenCount - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
                            final int childIndex = getAndVerifyPreorderedIndex(
                                    childrenCount, i, customOrder);
                            final View child = getAndVerifyPreorderedView(
                                    preorderedList, children, childIndex);
                            // If there is a view that has accessibility focus we want it
                            // to get the event first and if not handled we will perform a
                            // normal dispatch. We may do a double iteration but this is
                            // safer given the timeframe.
                            if (childWithAccessibilityFocus != null) {
                                if (childWithAccessibilityFocus != child) {
                                    continue;
                                }
                                childWithAccessibilityFocus = null;
                                i = childrenCount - 1;
                            }
                            if (!canViewReceivePointerEvents(child)
                                    || !isTransformedTouchPointInView(x, y, child, null)) {
                                ev.setTargetAccessibilityFocus(false);
                                continue;
                            }
                            newTouchTarget = getTouchTarget(child);
                            if (newTouchTarget != null) {
                                // Child is already receiving touch within its bounds.
                                // Give it the new pointer in addition to the ones it is handling.
                                newTouchTarget.pointerIdBits |= idBitsToAssign;
                                break;
                            }
                            resetCancelNextUpFlag(child);
                            if (dispatchTransformedTouchEvent(ev, false, child, idBitsToAssign)) {
                                // Child wants to receive touch within its bounds.
                                mLastTouchDownTime = ev.getDownTime();
                                if (preorderedList != null) {
                                    // childIndex points into presorted list, find original index
                                    for (int j = 0; j < childrenCount; j++) {
                                        if (children[childIndex] == mChildren[j]) {
                                            mLastTouchDownIndex = j;
                                            break;
                                        }
                                    }
                                } else {
                                    mLastTouchDownIndex = childIndex;
                                }
                                mLastTouchDownX = ev.getX();
                                mLastTouchDownY = ev.getY();
                                newTouchTarget = addTouchTarget(child, idBitsToAssign);
                                alreadyDispatchedToNewTouchTarget = true;
                                break;
                            }
                            // The accessibility focus didn't handle the event, so clear
                            // the flag and do a normal dispatch to all children.
                            ev.setTargetAccessibilityFocus(false);
                        }
                        if (preorderedList != null) preorderedList.clear();
                    }
                    if (newTouchTarget == null && mFirstTouchTarget != null) {
                        // Did not find a child to receive the event.
                        // Assign the pointer to the least recently added target.
                        newTouchTarget = mFirstTouchTarget;
                        while (newTouchTarget.next != null) {
                            newTouchTarget = newTouchTarget.next;
                        }
                        newTouchTarget.pointerIdBits |= idBitsToAssign;
                    }
                }
            }
            // Dispatch to touch targets.
            if (mFirstTouchTarget == null) {
                // No touch targets so treat this as an ordinary view.
                handled = dispatchTransformedTouchEvent(ev, canceled, null,
                        TouchTarget.ALL_POINTER_IDS);
            } else {
                // Dispatch to touch targets, excluding the new touch target if we already
                // dispatched to it.  Cancel touch targets if necessary.
                TouchTarget predecessor = null;
                TouchTarget target = mFirstTouchTarget;
                while (target != null) {
                    final TouchTarget next = target.next;
                    if (alreadyDispatchedToNewTouchTarget && target == newTouchTarget) {
                        handled = true;
                    } else {
                        final boolean cancelChild = resetCancelNextUpFlag(target.child)
                                || intercepted;
                        if (dispatchTransformedTouchEvent(ev, cancelChild,
                                target.child, target.pointerIdBits)) {
                            handled = true;
                        }
                        if (cancelChild) {
                            if (predecessor == null) {
                                mFirstTouchTarget = next;
                            } else {
                                predecessor.next = next;
                            }
                            target.recycle();
                            target = next;
                            continue;
                        }
                    }
                    predecessor = target;
                    target = next;
                }
            }
            // Update list of touch targets for pointer up or cancel, if needed.
            if (canceled
                    || actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_UP
                    || actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_HOVER_MOVE) {
                resetTouchState();
            } else if (split && actionMasked == MotionEvent.ACTION_POINTER_UP) {
                final int actionIndex = ev.getActionIndex();
                final int idBitsToRemove = 1 << ev.getPointerId(actionIndex);
                removePointersFromTouchTargets(idBitsToRemove);
            }
        }
        if (!handled && mInputEventConsistencyVerifier != null) {
            mInputEventConsistencyVerifier.onUnhandledEvent(ev, 1);
        }
        return handled;
    }

是不是整个人都蒙蔽了,这么长一串。其实整段代码可以缩减成几句话,就是这样:

public boolean dispatchTouchEvent(MotionEvent ev) {
    boolean result = false;             
    if (!onInterceptTouchEvent(ev)) { 
        result = child.dispatchTouchEvent(ev);
    }

    if (!result) {                    
        result = onTouchEvent(ev);
    }

    return result;
}

默认不消耗事件,如果本身没有拦截,就交给子类的dispatch事件,如果事件没有消费,就调用自身的onTouchEvent事件。你们仔细想想,流程是不是这样的?

好了,我们现在开始分析整个dispatch事件。具体说明和代码,你们自己对应= =因为太长了。

对action_down的处理:
我们发现,刚进方法的时候有个判断,第一次按下的时候,他会通过 cancelAndClearTouchTargets(ev)取消并且清除所有的手势操作,并且通过resetTouchState()把手势状态设置成默认状态。

接下来的操作,当然就是检查是否需要拦截事件拉。既然是拦截,当然就会走onInterceptTouchEvent这个方法了。我们来看看,viewgroup的onInterceptTouchEvent方法是怎么处理的。

 public boolean onInterceptTouchEvent(MotionEvent ev) {
        if (ev.isFromSource(InputDevice.SOURCE_MOUSE)
                && ev.getAction() == MotionEvent.ACTION_DOWN
                && ev.isButtonPressed(MotionEvent.BUTTON_PRIMARY)
                && isOnScrollbarThumb(ev.getX(), ev.getY())) {
            return true;
        }
        return false;
    }

我们可以发现,他默认就是false的。那么我们继续回到dispatch看。判断是否拦截后,我们发现他还执行了一句话ev.setAction(action) 官方说明是恢复操作,防止被更改。

事件处理
接下来就是检查事件是否取消咯。如果没有取消并且没有拦截就执行正常的事件处理。

如果事件是针对可访问性焦点视图,我们将其提供给具有可访问性焦点的视图。如果它不处理它,我们清除该标志并像往常一样将事件分派给所有的 ChildView。我们检测并避免保持这种状态,因为这些事非常罕见。这段是官方的解释。我们继续向下看,他执行这样一个方法removePointersFromTouchTargets(idBitsToAssign)。是为了防止指针不同步,清除之前的触摸标识。自我认为可能会和多指触控有关,先不管他,我们继续向下分析。

接下来就是打造了,他会先得到触摸点的坐标位置,然后在当前位置查找可接触的ChildView。然后重点!!!他的查找顺序是从后向前查找。什么意思呢?就是如果A和B有重叠的部分,并且B在A的上面,那么他处理的便是B的事件了。而不处理A的事件。

如果子View可以接受事件,那么我们就给他一个触摸的标识。接下来他会通过调用dispatchTransformedTouchEvent把事件分配给子View。

最后他会判断是否有touchtarget。如果没有的话,那就处理子view的事件。否则就会遍历touchtarget处理事件,也就是之前说的多点触控。在往后就是对action_up和cancel做的一些处理了,譬如:重置手势状态,移除多指操作等等。

dispatchTransformedTouchEvent分析

前面我们说到了,会通过这个方法把事件分发给子view。我们还是先来看代码:


    private boolean dispatchTransformedTouchEvent(MotionEvent event, boolean cancel,
            View child, int desiredPointerIdBits) {
        final boolean handled;
        // Canceling motions is a special case.  We don't need to perform any transformations
        // or filtering.  The important part is the action, not the contents.
        final int oldAction = event.getAction();
        if (cancel || oldAction == MotionEvent.ACTION_CANCEL) {
            event.setAction(MotionEvent.ACTION_CANCEL);
            if (child == null) {
                handled = super.dispatchTouchEvent(event);
            } else {
                handled = child.dispatchTouchEvent(event);
            }
            event.setAction(oldAction);
            return handled;
        }
        // Calculate the number of pointers to deliver.
        final int oldPointerIdBits = event.getPointerIdBits();
        final int newPointerIdBits = oldPointerIdBits & desiredPointerIdBits;
        // If for some reason we ended up in an inconsistent state where it looks like we
        // might produce a motion event with no pointers in it, then drop the event.
        if (newPointerIdBits == 0) {
            return false;
        }
        // If the number of pointers is the same and we don't need to perform any fancy
        // irreversible transformations, then we can reuse the motion event for this
        // dispatch as long as we are careful to revert any changes we make.
        // Otherwise we need to make a copy.
        final MotionEvent transformedEvent;
        if (newPointerIdBits == oldPointerIdBits) {
            if (child == null || child.hasIdentityMatrix()) {
                if (child == null) {
                    handled = super.dispatchTouchEvent(event);
                } else {
                    final float offsetX = mScrollX - child.mLeft;
                    final float offsetY = mScrollY - child.mTop;
                    event.offsetLocation(offsetX, offsetY);
                    handled = child.dispatchTouchEvent(event);
                    event.offsetLocation(-offsetX, -offsetY);
                }
                return handled;
            }
            transformedEvent = MotionEvent.obtain(event);
        } else {
            transformedEvent = event.split(newPointerIdBits);
        }
        // Perform any necessary transformations and dispatch.
        if (child == null) {
            handled = super.dispatchTouchEvent(transformedEvent);
        } else {
            final float offsetX = mScrollX - child.mLeft;
            final float offsetY = mScrollY - child.mTop;
            transformedEvent.offsetLocation(offsetX, offsetY);
            if (! child.hasIdentityMatrix()) {
                transformedEvent.transform(child.getInverseMatrix());
            }
            handled = child.dispatchTouchEvent(transformedEvent);
        }
        // Done.
        transformedEvent.recycle();
        return handled;
    }

这段代码就比之前简单很多了。我们会发现,他先判断状态是否取消,如果取消了,把当前事件变成取消状态,然后在判断是否有子view。如果有子view的话直接调用子view的dispatch事件。下面就是多指了,一个pointer对应一个ID,防止处理冲突。我印象中能简单粗暴的处理多指,应该是ViewDragHelper了。具体,你们可以自己去看。后面就如之前一样,判断child是否为null。然后得到是执行自身的事件还是child的事件。

总结

1.ViewGroup包涵多个子view的时候,我们是从后遍历,判断当前view是否可以点击,然后分发给需要处理的子view。
2.我们可以在onInterceptTouchEvent中进行事件拦截。
3.我们可以发现ViewGroup没有onTouchEvent事件,说明他的处理逻辑和View是一样的。
4.子view如果消耗了事件,那么ViewGroup就不会在接受到事件了。

最后我放上ViewGroup源码,你们可以自己去了解。

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