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  • monitor.rb

MonitorMixin::ConditionVariable

FIXME: This isn’t documented in Nutshell.

Since MonitorMixin#new_cond returns a ConditionVariable, and the example above calls while_wait and signal, this class should be documented.

Public Class Methods

new(monitor) click to toggle source
 
               # File monitor.rb, line 153
def initialize(monitor)
  @monitor = monitor
  @cond = ::ConditionVariable.new
end
            

Public Instance Methods

broadcast() click to toggle source

Wakes up all threads waiting for this lock.

 
               # File monitor.rb, line 146
def broadcast
  @monitor.__send__(:mon_check_owner)
  @cond.broadcast
end
            
signal() click to toggle source

Wakes up the first thread in line waiting for this lock.

 
               # File monitor.rb, line 138
def signal
  @monitor.__send__(:mon_check_owner)
  @cond.signal
end
            
wait(timeout = nil) click to toggle source

Releases the lock held in the associated monitor and waits; reacquires the lock on wakeup.

If timeout is given, this method returns after timeout seconds passed, even if no other thread doesn’t signal.

 
               # File monitor.rb, line 106
def wait(timeout = nil)
  @monitor.__send__(:mon_check_owner)
  count = @monitor.__send__(:mon_exit_for_cond)
  begin
    @cond.wait(@monitor.instance_variable_get("@mon_mutex"), timeout)
    return true
  ensure
    @monitor.__send__(:mon_enter_for_cond, count)
  end
end
            
wait_until() click to toggle source

Calls wait repeatedly until the given block yields a truthy value.

 
               # File monitor.rb, line 129
def wait_until
  until yield
    wait
  end
end
            
wait_while() click to toggle source

Calls wait repeatedly while the given block yields a truthy value.

 
               # File monitor.rb, line 120
def wait_while
  while yield
    wait
  end
end
            

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