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use std
use sys

use "atomic"
use "common"
use "futex"
use "mutex"

pkg thread =
	type cond = struct
		_mtx	: mutex#
		_seq	: ftxtag
	;;

	const mkcond	: (mtx : mutex# -> cond)
	const condwait	: (cond : cond# -> void)
	const condsignal	: (cond : cond# -> void)
	const condbroadcast	: (cond : cond# -> void)
;;

const mkcond = {mtx
	-> [._mtx = mtx, ._seq = 0]
}

const condwait = {cond
	var mtx = cond._mtx
	var seq = xget(&cond._seq)

	mtxunlock(mtx)
	ftxwait(&cond._seq, seq, -1)

	/*
	In the event of a broadcast, we need to atomically set the mutex to
	contended. This allows us to pass responsibility for waking up the
	potential other waiters from the requeue operation on to the unlocker
	of the mutex.
	*/
	mtxcontended(mtx)
}

const condsignal = {cond : cond#
	xadd(&cond._seq, 1)
	ftxwake(&cond._seq)
}

const condbroadcast = {cond : cond#
	xadd(&cond._seq, 1)
	/*
	The futex docs seem to be broken -- the timeout parameter seems to be
	used for the number of threads to move, and is not ignored when
	requeueing
	*/
	sys.futex((&cond._seq : int32#), sys.Futexrequeue | sys.Futexpriv,
		1, (0x7fffffff : sys.timespec#),
		(&cond._mtx._state : int32#), 0)
}