author Dana Jansens Mon, 1 Oct 2012 00:29:45 +0000 (20:29 -0400) committer Dana Jansens Sun, 7 Oct 2012 01:56:56 +0000 (21:56 -0400)
Previously we would try to find the primary monitor and use that when the search
was outside any monitor. However, if the primary monitor is chosen by the mouse
position and the mouse is not inside any monitor, we enter infinite recursion
trying to find the primary monitor.

The nearest monitor is a better metric anyhow, and this ensures
screen_find_monitor() is never recursive as it always returns a value without
depending on other screen.c methods.

 openbox/geom.h patch | blob | history openbox/screen.c patch | blob | history

index 8ac0e55..8e50834 100644 (file)
@@ -104,6 +104,25 @@ typedef struct _Rect {
(r).height = MIN((a).y + (a).height - 1, \
(b).y + (b).height - 1) - (r).y + 1)

+/* Returns the shortest manhatten distance between two rects, or 0 if they
+   intersect. */
+static inline gint rect_manhatten_distance(Rect r, Rect o)
+{
+    if (RECT_INTERSECTS_RECT(r, o))
+        return 0;
+
+    gint min_distance = G_MAXINT;
+    if (RECT_RIGHT(o) < RECT_LEFT(r))
+        min_distance = MIN(min_distance, RECT_LEFT(r) - RECT_RIGHT(o));
+    if (RECT_LEFT(o) > RECT_RIGHT(r))
+        min_distance = MIN(min_distance, RECT_LEFT(o) - RECT_RIGHT(r));
+    if (RECT_BOTTOM(o) < RECT_TOP(r))
+        min_distance = MIN(min_distance, RECT_TOP(r) - RECT_BOTTOM(o));
+    if (RECT_TOP(o) > RECT_BOTTOM(r))
+        min_distance = MIN(min_distance, RECT_TOP(o) - RECT_BOTTOM(r));
+    return min_distance;
+}
+
typedef struct _Strut {
int left;
int top;
index 35366be..f4031f5 100644 (file)
@@ -1644,8 +1644,10 @@ typedef struct {
guint screen_find_monitor(const Rect *search)
{
guint i;
-    guint most = screen_num_monitors;
+    guint mostpx_index = screen_num_monitors;
guint mostpx = 0;
+    guint closest_distance_index = screen_num_monitors;
+    guint closest_distance = G_MAXUINT;
GSList *counted = NULL;

/* we want to count the number of pixels search has on each monitor, but not
@@ -1686,7 +1688,7 @@ guint screen_find_monitor(const Rect *search)

if (area > mostpx) {
mostpx = area;
-                most = config_primary_monitor_index;
+                mostpx_index = config_primary_monitor_index;
}

/* add the intersection rect on the current monitor to the
@@ -1709,10 +1711,21 @@ guint screen_find_monitor(const Rect *search)

monitor = screen_physical_area_monitor(i);

+        if (!RECT_INTERSECTS_RECT(*monitor, *search)) {
+            /* If we don't intersect then find the distance between the search
+               rect and the monitor. We'll use the closest monitor from this
+               metric if none of the monitors intersect. */
+            guint distance = rect_manhatten_distance(*monitor, *search);
+
+            if (distance < closest_distance) {
+                closest_distance = distance;
+                closest_distance_index = i;
+            }
+            continue;
+        }
+
if (i == config_primary_monitor_index)
continue;  /* already did this one */
-        if (!RECT_INTERSECTS_RECT(*monitor, *search))
-            continue;  /* nothing to see here */

RECT_SET_INTERSECTION(on_current_monitor, *monitor, *search);
area = RECT_AREA(on_current_monitor);
@@ -1729,7 +1742,7 @@ guint screen_find_monitor(const Rect *search)

if (area > mostpx) {
mostpx = area;
-            most = i;
+            mostpx_index = i;
}

/* add the intersection rect on the current monitor I to the counted
@@ -1765,7 +1778,11 @@ guint screen_find_monitor(const Rect *search)