scheduleRootUpdate处理更新

scheduleWork找到scheduleUpdateOnFiber

export function scheduleUpdateOnFiber(
  fiber: Fiber,
  expirationTime: ExpirationTime,
) {
  checkForNestedUpdates();
  warnAboutInvalidUpdatesOnClassComponentsInDEV(fiber);

  const root = markUpdateTimeFromFiberToRoot(fiber, expirationTime);
  if (root === null) {
    warnAboutUpdateOnUnmountedFiberInDEV(fiber);
    return;
  }

  root.pingTime = NoWork;

  checkForInterruption(fiber, expirationTime);
  recordScheduleUpdate();

  // TODO: computeExpirationForFiber also reads the priority. Pass the
  // priority as an argument to that function and this one.
  const priorityLevel = getCurrentPriorityLevel();

  if (expirationTime === Sync) {
    if (
      // Check if we're inside unbatchedUpdates
      (executionContext & LegacyUnbatchedContext) !== NoContext &&
      // Check if we're not already rendering
      (executionContext & (RenderContext | CommitContext)) === NoContext
    ) {
      // Register pending interactions on the root to avoid losing traced interaction data.
      schedulePendingInteractions(root, expirationTime);

      // This is a legacy edge case. The initial mount of a ReactDOM.render-ed
      // root inside of batchedUpdates should be synchronous, but layout updates
      // should be deferred until the end of the batch.
      let callback = renderRoot(root, Sync, true);
      while (callback !== null) {
        callback = callback(true);
      }
    } else {
      scheduleCallbackForRoot(root, ImmediatePriority, Sync);
      if (executionContext === NoContext) {
        // Flush the synchronous work now, wnless we're already working or inside
        // a batch. This is intentionally inside scheduleUpdateOnFiber instead of
        // scheduleCallbackForFiber to preserve the ability to schedule a callback
        // without immediately flushing it. We only do this for user-initiated
        // updates, to preserve historical behavior of sync mode.
        flushSyncCallbackQueue();
      }
    }
  } else {
    scheduleCallbackForRoot(root, priorityLevel, expirationTime);
  }

  if (
    (executionContext & DiscreteEventContext) !== NoContext &&
    // Only updates at user-blocking priority or greater are considered
    // discrete, even inside a discrete event.
    (priorityLevel === UserBlockingPriority ||
      priorityLevel === ImmediatePriority)
  ) {
    // This is the result of a discrete event. Track the lowest priority
    // discrete update per root so we can flush them early, if needed.
    if (rootsWithPendingDiscreteUpdates === null) {
      rootsWithPendingDiscreteUpdates = new Map([[root, expirationTime]]);
    } else {
      const lastDiscreteTime = rootsWithPendingDiscreteUpdates.get(root);
      if (lastDiscreteTime === undefined || lastDiscreteTime > expirationTime) {
        rootsWithPendingDiscreteUpdates.set(root, expirationTime);
      }
    }
  }
}
export const scheduleWork = scheduleUpdateOnFiber;

代码里的renderRoot

function renderRoot(
  root: FiberRoot,
  expirationTime: ExpirationTime,
  isSync: boolean,
): SchedulerCallback | null {
  invariant(
    (executionContext & (RenderContext | CommitContext)) === NoContext,
    'Should not already be working.',
  );

  if (enableUserTimingAPI && expirationTime !== Sync) {
    const didExpire = isSync;
    stopRequestCallbackTimer(didExpire);
  }

  if (root.firstPendingTime < expirationTime) {
    // If there's no work left at this expiration time, exit immediately. This
    // happens when multiple callbacks are scheduled for a single root, but an
    // earlier callback flushes the work of a later one.
    return null;
  }

  if (isSync && root.finishedExpirationTime === expirationTime) {
    // There's already a pending commit at this expiration time.
    // TODO: This is poorly factored. This case only exists for the
    // batch.commit() API.
    return commitRoot.bind(null, root);
  }

  flushPassiveEffects();

  // If the root or expiration time have changed, throw out the existing stack
  // and prepare a fresh one. Otherwise we'll continue where we left off.
  if (root !== workInProgressRoot || expirationTime !== renderExpirationTime) {
    prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
    startWorkOnPendingInteractions(root, expirationTime);
  } else if (workInProgressRootExitStatus === RootSuspendedWithDelay) {
    // We could've received an update at a lower priority while we yielded.
    // We're suspended in a delayed state. Once we complete this render we're
    // just going to try to recover at the last pending time anyway so we might
    // as well start doing that eagerly.
    // Ideally we should be able to do this even for retries but we don't yet
    // know if we're going to process an update which wants to commit earlier,
    // and this path happens very early so it would happen too often. Instead,
    // for that case, we'll wait until we complete.
    if (workInProgressRootHasPendingPing) {
      // We have a ping at this expiration. Let's restart to see if we get unblocked.
      prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
    } else {
      const lastPendingTime = root.lastPendingTime;
      if (lastPendingTime < expirationTime) {
        // There's lower priority work. It might be unsuspended. Try rendering
        // at that level immediately, while preserving the position in the queue.
        return renderRoot.bind(null, root, lastPendingTime);
      }
    }
  }

  // If we have a work-in-progress fiber, it means there's still work to do
  // in this root.
  if (workInProgress !== null) {
    const prevExecutionContext = executionContext;
    executionContext |= RenderContext;
    let prevDispatcher = ReactCurrentDispatcher.current;
    if (prevDispatcher === null) {
      // The React isomorphic package does not include a default dispatcher.
      // Instead the first renderer will lazily attach one, in order to give
      // nicer error messages.
      prevDispatcher = ContextOnlyDispatcher;
    }
    ReactCurrentDispatcher.current = ContextOnlyDispatcher;
    let prevInteractions: Set<Interaction> | null = null;
    if (enableSchedulerTracing) {
      prevInteractions = __interactionsRef.current;
      __interactionsRef.current = root.memoizedInteractions;
    }

    startWorkLoopTimer(workInProgress);

    // TODO: Fork renderRoot into renderRootSync and renderRootAsync
    if (isSync) {
      if (expirationTime !== Sync) {
        // An async update expired. There may be other expired updates on
        // this root. We should render all the expired work in a
        // single batch.
        const currentTime = requestCurrentTime();
        if (currentTime < expirationTime) {
          // Restart at the current time.
          executionContext = prevExecutionContext;
          resetContextDependencies();
          ReactCurrentDispatcher.current = prevDispatcher;
          if (enableSchedulerTracing) {
            __interactionsRef.current = ((prevInteractions: any): Set<
              Interaction,
            >);
          }
          return renderRoot.bind(null, root, currentTime);
        }
      }
    } else {
      // Since we know we're in a React event, we can clear the current
      // event time. The next update will compute a new event time.
      currentEventTime = NoWork;
    }

    do {
      try {
        if (isSync) {
          workLoopSync();
        } else {
          workLoop();
        }
        break;
      } catch (thrownValue) {
        // Reset module-level state that was set during the render phase.
        resetContextDependencies();
        resetHooks();

        const sourceFiber = workInProgress;
        if (sourceFiber === null || sourceFiber.return === null) {
          // Expected to be working on a non-root fiber. This is a fatal error
          // because there's no ancestor that can handle it; the root is
          // supposed to capture all errors that weren't caught by an error
          // boundary.
          prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
          executionContext = prevExecutionContext;
          throw thrownValue;
        }

        if (enableProfilerTimer && sourceFiber.mode & ProfileMode) {
          // Record the time spent rendering before an error was thrown. This
          // avoids inaccurate Profiler durations in the case of a
          // suspended render.
          stopProfilerTimerIfRunningAndRecordDelta(sourceFiber, true);
        }

        const returnFiber = sourceFiber.return;
        throwException(
          root,
          returnFiber,
          sourceFiber,
          thrownValue,
          renderExpirationTime,
        );
        workInProgress = completeUnitOfWork(sourceFiber);
      }
    } while (true);

    executionContext = prevExecutionContext;
    resetContextDependencies();
    ReactCurrentDispatcher.current = prevDispatcher;
    if (enableSchedulerTracing) {
      __interactionsRef.current = ((prevInteractions: any): Set<Interaction>);
    }

    if (workInProgress !== null) {
      // There's still work left over. Return a continuation.
      stopInterruptedWorkLoopTimer();
      if (expirationTime !== Sync) {
        startRequestCallbackTimer();
      }
      return renderRoot.bind(null, root, expirationTime);
    }
  }

  // We now have a consistent tree. The next step is either to commit it, or, if
  // something suspended, wait to commit it after a timeout.
  stopFinishedWorkLoopTimer();

  root.finishedWork = root.current.alternate;
  root.finishedExpirationTime = expirationTime;

  const isLocked = resolveLocksOnRoot(root, expirationTime);
  if (isLocked) {
    // This root has a lock that prevents it from committing. Exit. If we begin
    // work on the root again, without any intervening updates, it will finish
    // without doing additional work.
    return null;
  }

  // Set this to null to indicate there's no in-progress render.
  workInProgressRoot = null;

  switch (workInProgressRootExitStatus) {
    case RootIncomplete: {
      invariant(false, 'Should have a work-in-progress.');
    }
    // Flow knows about invariant, so it complains if I add a break statement,
    // but eslint doesn't know about invariant, so it complains if I do.
    // eslint-disable-next-line no-fallthrough
    case RootErrored: {
      // An error was thrown. First check if there is lower priority work
      // scheduled on this root.
      const lastPendingTime = root.lastPendingTime;
      if (lastPendingTime < expirationTime) {
        // There's lower priority work. Before raising the error, try rendering
        // at the lower priority to see if it fixes it. Use a continuation to
        // maintain the existing priority and position in the queue.
        return renderRoot.bind(null, root, lastPendingTime);
      }
      if (!isSync) {
        // If we're rendering asynchronously, it's possible the error was
        // caused by tearing due to a mutation during an event. Try rendering
        // one more time without yiedling to events.
        prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
        scheduleSyncCallback(renderRoot.bind(null, root, expirationTime));
        return null;
      }
      // If we're already rendering synchronously, commit the root in its
      // errored state.
      return commitRoot.bind(null, root);
    }
    case RootSuspended: {
      flushSuspensePriorityWarningInDEV();

      // We have an acceptable loading state. We need to figure out if we should
      // immediately commit it or wait a bit.

      // If we have processed new updates during this render, we may now have a
      // new loading state ready. We want to ensure that we commit that as soon as
      // possible.
      const hasNotProcessedNewUpdates =
        workInProgressRootLatestProcessedExpirationTime === Sync;
      if (
        hasNotProcessedNewUpdates &&
        !isSync &&
        // do not delay if we're inside an act() scope
        !(
          __DEV__ &&
          flushSuspenseFallbacksInTests &&
          IsThisRendererActing.current
        )
      ) {
        // If we have not processed any new updates during this pass, then this is
        // either a retry of an existing fallback state or a hidden tree.
        // Hidden trees shouldn't be batched with other work and after that's
        // fixed it can only be a retry.
        // We're going to throttle committing retries so that we don't show too
        // many loading states too quickly.
        let msUntilTimeout =
          globalMostRecentFallbackTime + FALLBACK_THROTTLE_MS - now();
        // Don't bother with a very short suspense time.
        if (msUntilTimeout > 10) {
          if (workInProgressRootHasPendingPing) {
            // This render was pinged but we didn't get to restart earlier so try
            // restarting now instead.
            prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
            return renderRoot.bind(null, root, expirationTime);
          }
          const lastPendingTime = root.lastPendingTime;
          if (lastPendingTime < expirationTime) {
            // There's lower priority work. It might be unsuspended. Try rendering
            // at that level.
            return renderRoot.bind(null, root, lastPendingTime);
          }
          // The render is suspended, it hasn't timed out, and there's no lower
          // priority work to do. Instead of committing the fallback
          // immediately, wait for more data to arrive.
          root.timeoutHandle = scheduleTimeout(
            commitRoot.bind(null, root),
            msUntilTimeout,
          );
          return null;
        }
      }
      // The work expired. Commit immediately.
      return commitRoot.bind(null, root);
    }
    case RootSuspendedWithDelay: {
      flushSuspensePriorityWarningInDEV();

      if (
        !isSync &&
        // do not delay if we're inside an act() scope
        !(
          __DEV__ &&
          flushSuspenseFallbacksInTests &&
          IsThisRendererActing.current
        )
      ) {
        // We're suspended in a state that should be avoided. We'll try to avoid committing
        // it for as long as the timeouts let us.
        if (workInProgressRootHasPendingPing) {
          // This render was pinged but we didn't get to restart earlier so try
          // restarting now instead.
          prepareFreshStack(root, expirationTime);
          return renderRoot.bind(null, root, expirationTime);
        }
        const lastPendingTime = root.lastPendingTime;
        if (lastPendingTime < expirationTime) {
          // There's lower priority work. It might be unsuspended. Try rendering
          // at that level immediately.
          return renderRoot.bind(null, root, lastPendingTime);
        }

        let msUntilTimeout;
        if (workInProgressRootLatestSuspenseTimeout !== Sync) {
          // We have processed a suspense config whose expiration time we can use as
          // the timeout.
          msUntilTimeout =
            expirationTimeToMs(workInProgressRootLatestSuspenseTimeout) - now();
        } else if (workInProgressRootLatestProcessedExpirationTime === Sync) {
          // This should never normally happen because only new updates cause
          // delayed states, so we should have processed something. However,
          // this could also happen in an offscreen tree.
          msUntilTimeout = 0;
        } else {
          // If we don't have a suspense config, we're going to use a heuristic to
          // determine how long we can suspend.
          const eventTimeMs: number = inferTimeFromExpirationTime(
            workInProgressRootLatestProcessedExpirationTime,
          );
          const currentTimeMs = now();
          const timeUntilExpirationMs =
            expirationTimeToMs(expirationTime) - currentTimeMs;
          let timeElapsed = currentTimeMs - eventTimeMs;
          if (timeElapsed < 0) {
            // We get this wrong some time since we estimate the time.
            timeElapsed = 0;
          }

          msUntilTimeout = jnd(timeElapsed) - timeElapsed;

          // Clamp the timeout to the expiration time.
          // TODO: Once the event time is exact instead of inferred from expiration time
          // we don't need this.
          if (timeUntilExpirationMs < msUntilTimeout) {
            msUntilTimeout = timeUntilExpirationMs;
          }
        }

        // Don't bother with a very short suspense time.
        if (msUntilTimeout > 10) {
          // The render is suspended, it hasn't timed out, and there's no lower
          // priority work to do. Instead of committing the fallback
          // immediately, wait for more data to arrive.
          root.timeoutHandle = scheduleTimeout(
            commitRoot.bind(null, root),
            msUntilTimeout,
          );
          return null;
        }
      }
      // The work expired. Commit immediately.
      return commitRoot.bind(null, root);
    }
    case RootCompleted: {
      // The work completed. Ready to commit.
      if (
        !isSync &&
        // do not delay if we're inside an act() scope
        !(
          __DEV__ &&
          flushSuspenseFallbacksInTests &&
          IsThisRendererActing.current
        ) &&
        workInProgressRootLatestProcessedExpirationTime !== Sync &&
        workInProgressRootCanSuspendUsingConfig !== null
      ) {
        // If we have exceeded the minimum loading delay, which probably
        // means we have shown a spinner already, we might have to suspend
        // a bit longer to ensure that the spinner is shown for enough time.
        const msUntilTimeout = computeMsUntilSuspenseLoadingDelay(
          workInProgressRootLatestProcessedExpirationTime,
          expirationTime,
          workInProgressRootCanSuspendUsingConfig,
        );
        if (msUntilTimeout > 10) {
          root.timeoutHandle = scheduleTimeout(
            commitRoot.bind(null, root),
            msUntilTimeout,
          );
          return null;
        }
      }
      return commitRoot.bind(null, root);
    }
    default: {
      invariant(false, 'Unknown root exit status.');
    }
  }
}
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