1. Yaron Minsky
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sks-keyserver-with-async / eventloop.ml

(***********************************************************************)
(* eventloop.ml - Basic eventloop for picking up timer and socket      *)
(*                events                                               *)
(*                                                                     *)
(* Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, *)
(*               2011, 2012, 2013  Yaron Minsky and Contributors       *)
(*                                                                     *)
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(***********************************************************************)

open StdLabels
open MoreLabels
open Printf
open Common
open Packet
module Unix = UnixLabels
open Unix


(** Timeout code.
  Allows the addition of generic timeouts for actions *)

exception SigAlarm
let waiting_for_alarm = ref false
let sigalarm_handler _ =
  if !waiting_for_alarm
  then raise SigAlarm
  else ()

let _ =
  Sys.set_signal Sys.sigalrm (Sys.Signal_handle sigalarm_handler)

type timed_event =
    Event of float * callback
and timed_callback = { callback: unit -> timed_event list;
                       timeout: int;
                       name: string option;
                     }
and callback = | Callback of (unit -> timed_event list)
               | TimedCallback of timed_callback


type timed_handler =
    { h_callback: sockaddr -> in_channel -> out_channel -> timed_event list;
      h_timeout: int;
      h_name: string option;
    }
type handler =
  | Handler of (sockaddr -> in_channel -> out_channel -> timed_event list)
  | TimedHandler of timed_handler


let unwrap opt = match !opt with
    None -> failwith "unwrap failure"
  | Some x -> x

let make_tc ~name ~timeout ~cb =
  TimedCallback { callback = cb;
                  name = Some name;
                  timeout = timeout;
                }

let make_th ~name ~timeout ~cb =
  TimedHandler { h_callback = cb;
                 h_name = Some name;
                 h_timeout = timeout;
               }

(** reraises an exception if it is a user-initiated break or a SigAlarm *)
let reraise e = match e with
    Sys.Break | SigAlarm -> raise e
  | _ -> ()

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(** executes function with timeout enforced using Unix.alarm *)
let do_with_timeout f timeout =
  ignore (Unix.alarm timeout);
  waiting_for_alarm := true;
  protect ~f
    ~finally:(fun () ->
                waiting_for_alarm := false;
                ignore (Unix.alarm 0);)


let cbname cb = match cb.name with
    None -> ""
  | Some s -> sprintf "<%s> " s


(** Does timed callback, including possible recovery action,
  with timeouts enforced by Unix.alarm *)
let do_timed_callback cb =
  try
    do_with_timeout cb.callback cb.timeout
  with
    | Sys.Break as e ->
        perror "%scallback interrupted by break." (cbname cb);
        raise e
    | SigAlarm ->
        perror "%scallback timed out." (cbname cb);
        []
    | e ->
        eplerror 2 e "%serror in callback." (cbname cb);
        []

let do_callback cb = match cb with
  | TimedCallback cb -> do_timed_callback cb
  | Callback cb -> cb ()


(** Socket handling functions *)

let create_sock addr =
  try
    let domain =
      Unix.domain_of_sockaddr addr in
    let sock =
      socket ~domain ~kind:SOCK_STREAM ~protocol:0 in
    setsockopt sock SO_REUSEADDR true;
    bind sock ~addr;
    listen sock ~max:20;
    sock
  with
    | Unix_error (_,"bind",_) ->
        failwith "Failure while binding socket.  Probably another socket bound to this address"
    | e -> raise e
let add_events heap evlist =
  List.iter ~f:(fun (Event (time, callback)) ->
                  Heap.push heap ~key:time ~data:callback)
    evlist

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(*  Event Handlers  *******************************************)
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let handle_socket handler sock =
  let (s,caller) = accept sock in
  let inchan = in_channel_of_descr s in
  let outchan = out_channel_of_descr s in
  protect ~f:(fun () -> handler caller inchan outchan)
    ~finally:(fun () -> Unix.close s)


let handler_to_callback handler sock =
  match handler with
      Handler handler ->
        Callback (fun () ->
                    let (s,caller) = accept sock in
                    let inchan = in_channel_of_descr s in
                    let outchan = out_channel_of_descr s in
                    protect ~f:(fun () -> handler caller inchan outchan)
                      ~finally:(fun () -> Unix.close s)
                 )
    | TimedHandler handler ->
        TimedCallback
          { callback =
              (fun () ->
                let (s,caller) = accept sock in
                let inchan = in_channel_of_descr s
                and outchan = out_channel_of_descr s in
                protect ~f:(fun () -> handler.h_callback
                              caller inchan outchan)
                  ~finally:(fun () -> Unix.close s)
              );
            timeout = handler.h_timeout;
            name = handler.h_name;
          }

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(*  Event Loop  ***********************************************)
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let some opt = match opt with
    None -> false
  | Some x -> true

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(** Does all events occuring at or before time [now], updating heap
  appropriately.  Returns the time left until the next undone event
  on the heap
*)
let rec do_current_events heap now =
  match (try Some (Heap.top heap)
         with Not_found -> None)
  with
    | Some (time,callback) ->
        let timeout = time -. now in
        if timeout <= 0.0 then (
          ignore (Heap.pop heap);
          add_events heap (do_callback callback);
          do_current_events heap now;
        ) else timeout
    | None -> -1.0

(** function for adding to heap callbacks for handling
  incoming socket connections *)
let add_socket_handlers heap now fdlist sockets =
  List.iter sockets
    ~f:(fun sock ->
          try
            let handler = List.assoc sock fdlist in
            add_events heap
              [ Event (now, handler_to_callback handler sock) ]
          with
              Not_found ->
                plerror 0 "%s" ("BUG: eventloop -- socket without " ^
                                "handler.  Event dropped")
       )
(** Do all available events in FIFO order *)
let do_next_event heap fdlist =
  let now = gettimeofday () in
  let timeout = do_current_events heap now in
  let (fds,_) = List.split fdlist in
  let (rd,_,_) = select ~read:fds ~write:[] ~except:[] ~timeout in
  add_socket_handlers heap now fdlist rd

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let heap = Heap.empty (<) 20

let evloop events socklist =
  add_events heap events;
  try
    while true do
      try
        do_next_event heap socklist
      with
        | Sys.Break ->
            eprintf "Ctrl-C.  Exiting eventloop\n";
            flush Pervasives.stderr;
            raise Exit
        | Unix_error (error,func_name,param) ->
            if error <> Unix.EINTR
              (* EINTR just means the alarm interrupted select *)
            then
              plerror 2 "%s" ("eventloop: Unix Error: " ^
                              (Unix.error_message error) ^ ",  " ^
                              func_name ^ ", " ^ param ^ "\n")
        | e -> eplerror 2 e "eventloop"
    done
  with
      Exit -> ()