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Marc Alexander Lehmann 14 years ago
parent 00eb49f12d
commit f3845e53fe

@ -858,6 +858,53 @@ more often than 100 times per second:
ev_set_timeout_collect_interval (EV_DEFAULT_UC_ 0.1);
ev_set_io_collect_interval (EV_DEFAULT_UC_ 0.01);
=item ev_invoke_pending (loop)
This call will simply invoke all pending watchers while resetting their
pending state. Normally, C<ev_loop> does this automatically when required,
but when overriding the invoke callback this call comes handy.
=item ev_set_invoke_pending_cb (loop, void (*invoke_pending_cb)(EV_P))
This overrides the invoke pending functionality of the loop: Instead of
invoking all pending watchers when there are any, C<ev_loop> will call
this callback instead. This is useful, for example, when you want to
invoke the actual watchers inside another context (another thread etc.).
If you want to reset the callback, use C<ev_invoke_pending> as new
=item ev_set_loop_release_cb (loop, void (*release)(EV_P), void (*acquire)(EV_P))
Sometimes you want to share the same loop between multiple threads. This
can be done relatively simply by putting mutex_lock/unlock calls around
each call to a libev function.
However, C<ev_loop> can run an indefinite time, so it is not feasible to
wait for it to return. One way around this is to wake up the loop via
C<ev_unloop> and C<av_async_send>, another way is to set these I<release>
and I<acquire> callbacks on the loop.
When set, then C<release> will be called just before the thread is
suspended waiting for new events, and C<acquire> is called just
Ideally, C<release> will just call your mutex_unlock function, and
C<acquire> will just call the mutex_lock function again.
=item ev_set_userdata (loop, void *data)
=item ev_userdata (loop)
Set and retrieve a single C<void *> associated with a loop. When
C<ev_set_userdata> has never been called, then C<ev_userdata> returns
These two functions can be used to associate arbitrary data with a loop,
and are intended solely for the C<invoke_pending_cb>, C<release> and
C<acquire> callbacks described above, but of course can be (ab-)used for
any other purpose as well.
=item ev_loop_verify (loop)
This function only does something when C<EV_VERIFY> support has been
@ -3881,6 +3928,8 @@ watcher callback into the event loop interested in the signal.
Libev is very accommodating to coroutines ("cooperative threads"):