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(ns metrics.counters
  (:use [metrics.utils :only (metric-name desugared-title)])
  (:import com.yammer.metrics.Metrics
           com.yammer.metrics.core.Counter
           java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit))


; Create ----------------------------------------------------------------------
(defn counter
  "Create and return a new Counter metric with the given title.

  Title can be a plain string like \"foo\" or a vector of three strings (group,
  type, and title) like:

      [\"myapp\" \"webserver\" \"connections\"]

  "
  [title]
  (Metrics/newCounter (metric-name title)))


(defmacro defcounter
  "Define a new Counter metric with the given title.

  The title uses some basic desugaring to let you concisely define metrics:

    ; Define a counter titled \"default.default.foo\" into var foo
    (defcounter foo)
    (defcounter \"foo\")

    ; Define a counter titled \"a.b.c\" into var c
    (defcounter [a b c])
    (defcounter [\"a\" \"b\" \"c\"])
    (defcounter [a \"b\" c])
  "
  [title]
  (let [[s title] (desugared-title title)]
    `(def ~s (counter '~title))))


; Read ------------------------------------------------------------------------
(defn value
  "Return the current value of the counter."
  [^Counter c]
  (.count c))


; Write -----------------------------------------------------------------------
(defn inc!
  "Increment the counter by the given amount (or 1 if not specified)."
  ([^Counter c] (inc! c 1))
  ([^Counter c n]
   (.inc c n)
   c))

(defn dec!
  "Decrement the counter by the given amount (or 1 if not specified)."
  ([^Counter c] (dec! c 1))
  ([^Counter c n]
   (.dec c n)
   c))

(defn clear!
  "Clear the given counter, resetting its value to zero."
  [^Counter c]
  (.clear c)
  c)