Changeset 13 in flair-dev for trunk/include/FlairCore/ConditionVariable.h


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Apr 8, 2016, 3:39:24 PM (5 years ago)
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Bayard Gildas
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  • trunk/include/FlairCore/ConditionVariable.h

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    1818class ConditionVariable_impl;
    1919
    20 namespace flair
    21 {
    22 namespace core
    23 {
     20namespace flair {
     21namespace core {
    2422
    25     /*! \class ConditionVariable
    26     *
    27     * \brief Class defining a condition variable
    28     *
    29     */
     23/*! \class ConditionVariable
     24*
     25* \brief Class defining a condition variable
     26*
     27*/
    3028
    31     class ConditionVariable: public Mutex
    32     {
    33         public:
    34             /*!
    35             * \brief Constructor
    36             *
    37             * Construct a condition variable with its associated mutex.
    38             *
    39             * \param parent parent
    40             * \param name name
    41             */
    42             ConditionVariable(const Object* parent,std::string name);
     29class ConditionVariable : public Mutex {
     30public:
     31  /*!
     32  * \brief Constructor
     33  *
     34  * Construct a condition variable with its associated mutex.
     35  *
     36  * \param parent parent
     37  * \param name name
     38  */
     39  ConditionVariable(const Object *parent, std::string name);
    4340
    44             /*!
    45             * \brief Destructor
    46             *
    47             */
    48             ~ConditionVariable();
     41  /*!
     42  * \brief Destructor
     43  *
     44  */
     45  ~ConditionVariable();
    4946
    50             /*!
    51             * \brief Block on the condition variable
    52             *
    53             * This method must be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the calling thread or undefined behaviour will result. \n
    54             * It atomically releases mutex and causes the calling thread to block on the condition variable. \n
    55             * Only one thread can be blocked at the same time. \n
    56             * Upon successful return, the mutex has been locked and is owned by the calling thread which should unlock it (see Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
    57             */
    58             void CondWait(void);
     47  /*!
     48  * \brief Block on the condition variable
     49  *
     50  * This method must be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the
     51  *calling thread or undefined behaviour will result. \n
     52  * It atomically releases mutex and causes the calling thread to block on the
     53  *condition variable. \n
     54  * Only one thread can be blocked at the same time. \n
     55  * Upon successful return, the mutex has been locked and is owned by the
     56  *calling thread which should unlock it (see Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
     57  */
     58  void CondWait(void);
    5959
    60             /*!
    61             * \brief Block on the condition variable with a timeout
    62             *
    63             * This method must be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the calling thread or undefined behaviour will result. \n
    64             * It atomically releases mutex and causes the calling thread to block on the condition variable. \n
    65             * Only one thread can be blocked at the same time. \n
    66             * Upon successful return, the mutex has been locked and is owned by the calling thread which should unlock it (see Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
    67             *
    68             * \param date absolute date
    69             * \return true if the condition variable is signaled before the date specified in parameter elapses, false otherwise
    70             */
    71             bool CondWaitUntil(Time date);
     60  /*!
     61  * \brief Block on the condition variable with a timeout
     62  *
     63  * This method must be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the
     64  *calling thread or undefined behaviour will result. \n
     65  * It atomically releases mutex and causes the calling thread to block on the
     66  *condition variable. \n
     67  * Only one thread can be blocked at the same time. \n
     68  * Upon successful return, the mutex has been locked and is owned by the
     69  *calling thread which should unlock it (see Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
     70  *
     71  * \param date absolute date
     72  * \return true if the condition variable is signaled before the date specified
     73  *in parameter elapses, false otherwise
     74  */
     75  bool CondWaitUntil(Time date);
    7276
    73             /*!
    74             * \brief Unblock threads blocked on the condition variable
    75             *
    76             * This method should be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the calling thread. \n
    77             * In this case, upon return, the calling thread should unlock the mutex (see Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
    78             *
    79             */
    80             void CondSignal(void);
     77  /*!
     78  * \brief Unblock threads blocked on the condition variable
     79  *
     80  * This method should be called with mutex locked (see Mutex::GetMutex) by the
     81  *calling thread. \n
     82  * In this case, upon return, the calling thread should unlock the mutex (see
     83  *Mutex::ReleaseMutex).
     84  *
     85  */
     86  void CondSignal(void);
    8187
    82         private:
    83             class ConditionVariable_impl* pimpl_;
    84     };
     88private:
     89  class ConditionVariable_impl *pimpl_;
     90};
    8591
    8692} // end namespace core
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