How android.view.View.invalidate(int l, int t, int r, int b) make only the dirty area redrawn?

by Romain Guy » Sat, 07 Mar 2009 12:12:48 GMT

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 This just sets the clip bounds. You will receive an onDraw(Canvas)
call as usual and everything you draw outside of the clip bounds will
be ignored. You can do ahead-of-time skips if you know you are
performing intensive computations in onDraw() (which you should not be
doing anyway) but it's most often not worth it.

Romain Guy
Android framework engineer

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