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/*
* implement.h
*
* Definitions that don't need to be public.
*
* Keeps all the internals out of pthread.h
*/
#ifndef _IMPLEMENT_H
#define _IMPLEMENT_H
/*
* Code contributed by John E. Bossom <JEB>.
*/
typedef struct ThreadParms ThreadParms;
typedef struct ThreadKeyAssoc ThreadKeyAssoc;
struct ThreadParms {
pthread_t tid;
void *(*start) (void *);
void *arg;
};
struct ThreadKeyAssoc {
/*
* Purpose:
* This structure creates an association between a
* thread and a key.
* It is used to implement the implicit invocation
* of a user defined destroy routine for thread
* specific data registered by a user upon exiting a
* thread.
*
* Attributes:
* lock
* protects access to the rest of the structure
*
* thread
* reference to the thread that owns the association.
* As long as this is not NULL, the association remains
* referenced by the pthread_t.
*
* key
* reference to the key that owns the association.
* As long as this is not NULL, the association remains
* referenced by the pthread_key_t.
*
* nextKey
* The pthread_t->keys attribute is the head of a
* chain of associations that runs through the nextKey
* link. This chain provides the 1 to many relationship
* between a pthread_t and all pthread_key_t on which
* it called pthread_setspecific.
*
* nextThread
* The pthread_key_t->threads attribute is the head of
* a chain of assoctiations that runs through the
* nextThreads link. This chain provides the 1 to many
* relationship between a pthread_key_t and all the
* PThreads that have called pthread_setspecific for
* this pthread_key_t.
*
*
* Notes:
* 1) As long as one of the attributes, thread or key, is
* not NULL, the association is being referenced; once
* both are NULL, the association must be released.
*
* 2) Under WIN32, an association is only created by
* pthread_setspecific if the user provided a
* destroyRoutine when they created the key.
*
*
*/
pthread_mutex_t lock;
pthread_t thread;
pthread_key_t key;
ThreadKeyAssoc *nextKey;
ThreadKeyAssoc *nextThread;
};
#ifdef _MSC_VER
/*
* --------------------------------------------------------------
* MAKE_SOFTWARE_EXCEPTION
* This macro constructs a software exception code following
* the same format as the standard Win32 error codes as defined
* in WINERROR.H
* Values are 32 bit values layed out as follows:
*
* 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
* +---+-+-+-----------------------+-------------------------------+
* |Sev|C|R| Facility | Code |
* +---+-+-+-----------------------+-------------------------------+
*
* Severity Values:
*/
#define SE_SUCCESS 0x00
#define SE_INFORMATION 0x01
#define SE_WARNING 0x10
#define SE_ERROR 0x11
#define MAKE_SOFTWARE_EXCEPTION( _severity, _facility, _exception ) \
( (DWORD) ( ( (_severity) << 30 ) | /* Severity code */ \
( 1 << 29 ) | /* MS=0, User=1 */ \
( 0 << 28 ) | /* Reserved */ \
( (_facility) << 16 ) | /* Facility Code */ \
( (_exception) << 0 ) /* Exception Code */ \
) )
/*
* We choose one specific Facility/Error code combination to
* identify our software exceptions vs. WIN32 exceptions.
* We store our actual component and error code within
* the optional information array.
*/
#define EXCEPTION_PTHREAD_SERVICES \
MAKE_SOFTWARE_EXCEPTION( SE_ERROR, \
PTHREAD_SERVICES_FACILITY, \
PTHREAD_SERVICES_ERROR )
#define PTHREAD_SERVICES_FACILITY 0xBAD
#define PTHREAD_SERVICES_ERROR 0xDEED
#else
#ifdef __cplusplus
class Pthread_exception {};
#else /* __cplusplus */
#warning File __FILE__, Line __LINE__: Cancellation not supported under C.
#endif /* __cplusplus */
#endif /* _MSC_VER */
/* Function pointer to TryEnterCriticalSection if it exists; otherwise NULL */
extern BOOL (WINAPI *_pthread_try_enter_critical_section)(LPCRITICAL_SECTION);
/* Declared in global.c */
extern int _pthread_processInitialized;
extern pthread_key_t _pthread_selfThreadKey;
extern pthread_key_t _pthread_cleanupKey;
extern CRITICAL_SECTION _pthread_mutex_test_init_lock;
#include <pthread.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif /* __cplusplus */
/*
* =====================
* =====================
* Forward Declarations
* =====================
* =====================
*/
int _pthread_processInitialize (void);
void _pthread_processTerminate (void);
void _pthread_threadDestroy (pthread_t tid);
void _pthread_cleanupStack (void);
void *_pthread_threadStart (ThreadParms * threadParms);
void _pthread_callUserDestroyRoutines (pthread_t thread);
int _pthread_tkAssocCreate (ThreadKeyAssoc ** assocP,
pthread_t thread,
pthread_key_t key);
void _pthread_tkAssocDestroy (ThreadKeyAssoc * assoc);
int _pthread_sem_init (_pthread_sem_t * sem,
int pshared,
unsigned int value);
int _pthread_sem_destroy (_pthread_sem_t * sem);
int _pthread_sem_trywait (_pthread_sem_t * sem);
int _pthread_sem_wait (_pthread_sem_t * sem);
int _pthread_sem_timedwait (_pthread_sem_t * sem,
const struct timespec * abstime);
int _pthread_sem_post (_pthread_sem_t * sem);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif /* __cplusplus */
/* </JEB> */
/*
* Check for old and new versions of cygwin. See the FAQ file:
*
* Question 1 - How do I get pthreads-win32 to link under Cygwin32 or Mingw32?
*
* Patch by Anders Norlander <anorland@hem2.passagen.se>
*/
#if defined(__CYGWIN32__) || defined(__CYGWIN__)
/*
* Macro uses args so we can cast start_proc to LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE
* in order to avoid warnings because of return type
*/
#define _beginthreadex(security, \
stack_size, \
start_proc, \
arg, \
flags, \
pid) \
CreateThread(security, \
stack_size, \
(LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE) start_proc, \
arg, \
flags, \
pid)
#define _endthreadex ExitThread
#endif /* __CYGWIN32__ || __CYGWIN__ */
#endif /* _IMPLEMENT_H */

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