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cpython-withatomic / Python / thread_pthread.h

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#ifdef sun
#define FLORIDA_HACKS
#endif

#ifdef FLORIDA_HACKS
/* Hacks for Florida State Posix threads implementation */
#undef _POSIX_THREADS
#include "/ufs/guido/src/python/Contrib/pthreads/src/pthread.h"
#define pthread_attr_default ((pthread_attr_t *)0)
#define pthread_mutexattr_default ((pthread_mutexattr_t *)0)
#define pthread_condattr_default ((pthread_condattr_t *)0)
#define TRYLOCK_OFFSET 1
#else /* !FLORIDA_HACKS */
#include <pthread.h>
#define TRYLOCK_OFFSET 0
#endif /* FLORIDA_HACKS */
#include <stdlib.h>

/* A pthread mutex isn't sufficient to model the Python lock type
 * because, according to Draft 5 of the docs (P1003.4a/D5), both of the
 * following are undefined:
 *  -> a thread tries to lock a mutex it already has locked
 *  -> a thread tries to unlock a mutex locked by a different thread
 * pthread mutexes are designed for serializing threads over short pieces
 * of code anyway, so wouldn't be an appropriate implementation of
 * Python's locks regardless.
 *
 * The pthread_lock struct implements a Python lock as a "locked?" bit
 * and a <condition, mutex> pair.  In general, if the bit can be acquired
 * instantly, it is, else the pair is used to block the thread until the
 * bit is cleared.     9 May 1994 tim@ksr.com
 */

typedef struct {
	char             locked; /* 0=unlocked, 1=locked */
	/* a <cond, mutex> pair to handle an acquire of a locked lock */
	pthread_cond_t   lock_released;
	pthread_mutex_t  mut;
} pthread_lock;

#define CHECK_STATUS(name)  if (status < 0) { perror(name); error=1; }

/*
 * Initialization.
 */
static void _init_thread _P0()
{
}

/*
 * Thread support.
 */


int start_new_thread _P2(func, void (*func) _P((void *)), arg, void *arg)
{
#if defined(SGI_THREADS) && defined(USE_DL)
	long addr, size;
	static int local_initialized = 0;
#endif /* SGI_THREADS and USE_DL */
	pthread_t th;
	int success;
	dprintf(("start_new_thread called\n"));
	if (!initialized)
		init_thread();
	success = pthread_create(&th, pthread_attr_default, func, arg);
	return success < 0 ? 0 : 1;
}

long get_thread_ident _P0()
{
	pthread_t threadid;
	if (!initialized)
		init_thread();
	/* Jump through some hoops for Alpha OSF/1 */
	threadid = pthread_self();
	return (long) *(long *) &threadid;
}

static void do_exit_thread _P1(no_cleanup, int no_cleanup)
{
	dprintf(("exit_thread called\n"));
	if (!initialized)
		if (no_cleanup)
			_exit(0);
		else
			exit(0);
}

void exit_thread _P0()
{
	do_exit_thread(0);
}

void _exit_thread _P0()
{
	do_exit_thread(1);
}

#ifndef NO_EXIT_PROG
static void do_exit_prog _P2(status, int status, no_cleanup, int no_cleanup)
{
	dprintf(("exit_prog(%d) called\n", status));
	if (!initialized)
		if (no_cleanup)
			_exit(status);
		else
			exit(status);
}

void exit_prog _P1(status, int status)
{
	do_exit_prog(status, 0);
}

void _exit_prog _P1(status, int status)
{
	do_exit_prog(status, 1);
}
#endif /* NO_EXIT_PROG */

/*
 * Lock support.
 */
type_lock allocate_lock _P0()
{
	pthread_lock *lock;
	int status, error = 0;

	dprintf(("allocate_lock called\n"));
	if (!initialized)
		init_thread();

	lock = (pthread_lock *) malloc(sizeof(pthread_lock));
	if (lock) {
		lock->locked = 0;

		status = pthread_mutex_init(&lock->mut,
					    pthread_mutexattr_default);
		CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_init");

		status = pthread_cond_init(&lock->lock_released,
					   pthread_condattr_default);
		CHECK_STATUS("pthread_cond_init");

		if (error) {
			free((void *)lock);
			lock = 0;
		}
	}

	dprintf(("allocate_lock() -> %lx\n", (long)lock));
	return (type_lock) lock;
}

void free_lock _P1(lock, type_lock lock)
{
	pthread_lock *thelock = (pthread_lock *)lock;
	int status, error = 0;

	dprintf(("free_lock(%lx) called\n", (long)lock));

	status = pthread_mutex_destroy( &thelock->mut );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_destroy");

	status = pthread_cond_destroy( &thelock->lock_released );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_cond_destroy");

	free((void *)thelock);
}

int acquire_lock _P2(lock, type_lock lock, waitflag, int waitflag)
{
	int success;
	pthread_lock *thelock = (pthread_lock *)lock;
	int status, error = 0;

	dprintf(("acquire_lock(%lx, %d) called\n", (long)lock, waitflag));

	status = pthread_mutex_lock( &thelock->mut );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_lock[1]");
	success = thelock->locked == 0;
	if (success) thelock->locked = 1;
	status = pthread_mutex_unlock( &thelock->mut );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_unlock[1]");

	if ( !success && waitflag ) {
		/* continue trying until we get the lock */

		/* mut must be locked by me -- part of the condition
		 * protocol */
		status = pthread_mutex_lock( &thelock->mut );
		CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_lock[2]");
		while ( thelock->locked ) {
			status = pthread_cond_wait(&thelock->lock_released,
						   &thelock->mut);
			CHECK_STATUS("pthread_cond_wait");
		}
		thelock->locked = 1;
		status = pthread_mutex_unlock( &thelock->mut );
		CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_unlock[2]");
		success = 1;
	}
	if (error) success = 0;
	dprintf(("acquire_lock(%lx, %d) -> %d\n", (long)lock, waitflag, success));
	return success;
}

void release_lock _P1(lock, type_lock lock)
{
	pthread_lock *thelock = (pthread_lock *)lock;
	int status, error = 0;

	dprintf(("release_lock(%lx) called\n", (long)lock));

	status = pthread_mutex_lock( &thelock->mut );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_lock[3]");

	thelock->locked = 0;

	status = pthread_mutex_unlock( &thelock->mut );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_mutex_unlock[3]");

	/* wake up someone (anyone, if any) waiting on the lock */
	status = pthread_cond_signal( &thelock->lock_released );
	CHECK_STATUS("pthread_cond_signal");
}

/*
 * Semaphore support.
 */
/* NOTE: 100% non-functional at this time - tim */

type_sema allocate_sema _P1(value, int value)
{
	char *sema = 0;
	dprintf(("allocate_sema called\n"));
	if (!initialized)
		init_thread();

	dprintf(("allocate_sema() -> %lx\n", (long) sema));
	return (type_sema) sema;
}

void free_sema _P1(sema, type_sema sema)
{
	dprintf(("free_sema(%lx) called\n", (long) sema));
}

void down_sema _P1(sema, type_sema sema)
{
	dprintf(("down_sema(%lx) called\n", (long) sema));
	dprintf(("down_sema(%lx) return\n", (long) sema));
}

void up_sema _P1(sema, type_sema sema)
{
	dprintf(("up_sema(%lx)\n", (long) sema));
}
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