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Public Class Methods

count() click to toggle source
               # File ractor.rb, line 48
def self.count
  __builtin_cexpr! %q{
current() click to toggle source

return current Ractor

               # File ractor.rb, line 42
def self.current
  __builtin_cexpr! %q{
new(*args, name: nil, &block) click to toggle source

Create a new Ractor with args and a block. args are passed via incoming channel. A block (Proc) will be isolated (can’t acccess to outer variables)

A ractor has default two channels: an incoming channel and an outgoing channel.

Other ractors send objects to the ractor via the incoming channel and the ractor receives them. The ractor send objects via the outgoing channel and other ractors can receive them.

The result of the block is sent via the outgoing channel and other

r = ::new do

Ractor.recv    # recv via r's mailbox => 1
Ractor.recv    # recv via r's mailbox => 2
Ractor.yield 3 # yield a message (3) and wait for taking by another ractor.
'ok'           # the return value will be yielded.
               # and r's incoming/outgoing ports are closed automatically.

end r.send 1 # send a message (1) into r’s mailbox. r << 2 # << is an alias of `send`. p r.take # take a message from r’s outgoing port #=> 3 p r.take # => ‘ok’ p r.take # raise Ractor::ClosedError

other options:

name: Ractor's name
               # File ractor.rb, line 33
def *args, name: nil, &block
  b = block # TODO: builtin bug
  raise ArgumentError, "must be called with a block" unless block
  loc = caller_locations(1, 1).first
  loc = "#{loc.path}:#{loc.lineno}"
  __builtin_ractor_create(loc, name, args, b)
recv() click to toggle source

Receive an incoming message from Ractor’s incoming queue.

               # File ractor.rb, line 85
def self.recv
  __builtin_cexpr! %q{
    ractor_recv(ec, rb_ec_ractor_ptr(ec))
select(*ractors, yield_value: yield_unspecified = true, move: false) click to toggle source

Multiplex multiple Ractor communications.

r, obj = ::select(r1, r2) #=> wait for taking from r1 or r2 # returned obj is a taken object from Ractor r

r, obj = ::select(r1, r2, ::current) #=> wait for taking from r1 or r2 # or recv from incoming queue # If recv is succeed, then obj is received value # and r is :recv (Ractor.current)

r, obj = ::select(r1, r2, ::current, yield_value: obj) #=> wait for taking from r1 or r2 # or recv from incoming queue # or yield (Ractor.yield) obj # If yield is succeed, then obj is nil # and r is :yield

               # File ractor.rb, line 73
def *ractors, yield_value: yield_unspecified = true, move: false
  __builtin_cstmt! %q{
    const VALUE *rs = RARRAY_CONST_PTR_TRANSIENT(ractors);
    VALUE rv;
    VALUE v = ractor_select(ec, rs, RARRAY_LENINT(ractors),
                            yield_unspecified == Qtrue ? Qundef : yield_value,
                            (bool)RTEST(move) ? true : false, &rv);
    return rb_ary_new_from_args(2, rv, v);