thread-utils

  1. thread-utils
  2. Documentation
    1. Thread Reaper
      1. Usage
      2. thread-reap!
      3. thread-reaper-stop!
      4. thread-reaper-timeout
      5. thread-reaper-retries
      6. thread-reaper-greedy
      7. thread-reaper-wait-seconds
      8. thread-reaper-quantum
      9. thread-reaper-shutdown?
    2. Thread Utilities
      1. Usage
      2. print-exception-error
      3. print-exception-warning
      4. thread-warning-message
      5. thread-timeout?
      6. check-timeout
      7. error-timeout
      8. make-thread-timeout
      9. check-thread
      10. error-thread
      11. thread-created?
      12. thread-ready?
      13. thread-running?
      14. thread-blocked?
      15. thread-suspended?
      16. thread-sleeping?
      17. thread-terminated?
      18. thread-dead?
      19. thread-obstructed?
      20. thread-state=?
      21. thread-blocked-for-termination?
      22. thread-blocked-for-io?
      23. thread-blocked-for-timeout?
      24. thread-unblock!
      25. thread-thunk
      26. thread-result-list
      27. thread-block-timeout
      28. thread-state-buffer
      29. thread-end-exception
      30. thread-owned-mutexes
      31. thread-block-object
      32. thread-recipients
      33. thread-block-object-of-recipient?
      34. thread-dynamic-winds
      35. thread-standard-input
      36. thread-standard-output
      37. thread-standard-error
      38. thread-default-exception-handler
      39. thread-current-parameter-vector
  3. Bugs & Limitations
  4. Notes
  5. Requirements
  6. Author
  7. Version history
  8. License

Documentation

Some SRFI 18 related utility routines.

Rather Chicken centric.

Thread Reaper

Allows a thread to be joined to the primordial thread asynchronously.

Usage

(require-extension thread-reaper)

thread-reap!

[procedure] (thread-reap! THREAD)

Queues the supplied THREAD for reaping.

thread-reaper-stop!

[procedure] (thread-reaper-stop!)

Processes any threads queued for reaping and terminates the reaper.

thread-reaper-timeout

[procedure] (thread-reaper-timeout) => (or #f number)
[procedure] (thread-reaper-timeout SECONDS)

Gets and sets the number of seconds to wait for a thread to quit. The default is #f or wait till termination. Should threads submitted to the reaper be known to "run off with the cpu" then something other than wait forever is warranted.

thread-reaper-retries

[procedure] (thread-reaper-retries) => fixnum
[procedure] (thread-reaper-retries SECONDS)

Gets and sets the number of attempts to wait for a thread to quit.

Default is 1.

thread-reaper-greedy

[procedure] (thread-reaper-greedy) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-reaper-greedy FLAG)

Gets and sets the reaper greedy mode. When greedy the queue is exhausted whenever possible. Otherwise only one queue item is processed per time-slice.

Default is #f.

thread-reaper-wait-seconds

[procedure] (thread-reaper-wait-seconds) => (or #f number)
[procedure] (thread-reaper-wait-seconds SECONDS)

Gets and sets the number of seconds to wait before another attempt by the reaper. The default is 1.0.

thread-reaper-quantum

[procedure] (thread-reaper-quantum) => number
[procedure] (thread-reaper-quantum MILLISECONDS)

Gets and sets the time-slice for the reaper.

Default is 2500.

thread-reaper-shutdown?

[procedure] (thread-reaper-shutdown?) => boolean

Is the reaper shutting down?

Thread Utilities

Usage

(require-extension thread-utils)
[procedure] (print-exception-error EXN [THREAD [PORT]])

Prints the error EXN and the current call chain. The message header is supplied by thread-warning-message. This routine duplicates the uncaught exception in a thread handling behavior of Chicken. Useful for caught exceptions that cannot in fact be handled.

The EXN is a condition or any other object. The default for THREAD is the (current-thread). The default for PORT is the (current-error-port).

[procedure] (print-exception-warning EXN [THREAD [PORT]])

Invokes print-exception-error when warnings are enabled.

The EXN is a condition or any other object. The default for THREAD is the (current-thread). The default for PORT is the (current-error-port).

thread-warning-message

[procedure] (thread-warning-message THREAD) => string

Returns the string "Warning (<THREAD>): ".

thread-timeout?

check-timeout

error-timeout

[procedure] (thread-timeout? OBJECT) => boolean
[procedure] (check-timeout LOCATION OBJECT [ARGUMENT-NAME]) => (or #f time number)
[procedure] (error-timeout LOCATION OBJECT [ARGUMENT-NAME])

Is the OBJECT a thread-timeout object? A thread-timeout is #f, a number, or a SRFI 18 time object.

make-thread-timeout

[procedure] (make-thread-timeout OFFSET [BASE]) => (or #f time)

Returns the SRFI 18 time object representing the OFFSET + BASE. The BASE is a thread-timeout object with default (current-time).

Should OFFSET be #f or a time object the BASE is ignored and OFFSET is returned. Assumes an absolute OFFSET indicates a timeout already calculated.

check-thread

error-thread

[procedure] (check-thread LOCATION OBJECT [ARGUMENT-NAME]) => thread
[procedure] (error-thread LOCATION OBJECT [ARGUMENT-NAME])

Type checking for thread.

thread-created?

thread-ready?

thread-running?

thread-blocked?

thread-suspended?

thread-sleeping?

thread-terminated?

thread-dead?

[procedure] (thread-created? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-ready? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-running? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-blocked? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-suspended? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-sleeping? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-terminated? THREAD) => boolean
[procedure] (thread-dead? THREAD) => boolean

Is the THREAD in the indicated state?

thread-obstructed?

[procedure] (thread-obstructed? THREAD) => boolean

Is the THREAD blocked or sleeping?

thread-state=?

[procedure] (thread-state=? THREAD TOKEN) => boolean

Does the state token of the THREAD equal the supplied TOKEN.

thread-blocked-for-termination?

[procedure] (thread-blocked-for-termination? THREAD) => boolean

thread-blocked-for-io?

[procedure] (thread-blocked-for-io? THREAD) => boolean

thread-blocked-for-timeout?

[procedure] (thread-blocked-for-timeout? THREAD) => boolean

Is the THREAD in the indicated blocking state?

thread-unblock!

[procedure] (thread-unblock! THREAD)

Attempts to cleanly unblock the THREAD.

Currently only threads blocked for timeout can be unblocked. Threads blocked for any other reason are ignored.

thread-thunk

[procedure] (thread-thunk THREAD) => procedure

thread-result-list

[procedure] (thread-result-list THREAD) => (or #f list)

thread-block-timeout

[procedure] (thread-block-timeout THREAD) => (or #f float)

thread-state-buffer

[procedure] (thread-state-buffer THREAD) => state-buffer

Returns the THREAD's STATE-BUFFER.

thread-end-exception

[procedure] (thread-end-exception THREAD) => *

thread-owned-mutexes

[procedure] (thread-owned-mutexes THREAD) => list

thread-block-object

[procedure] (thread-block-object THREAD) => *

thread-recipients

[procedure] (thread-recipients THREAD) => list

thread-block-object-of-recipient?

[procedure] (thread-block-object-of-recipient? THREAD) => boolean

Is THREAD a recipient of itself?

thread-dynamic-winds

[procedure] (thread-dynamic-winds THREAD) => list

thread-standard-input

[procedure] (thread-standard-input THREAD) => port

thread-standard-output

[procedure] (thread-standard-output THREAD) => port

thread-standard-error

[procedure] (thread-standard-error THREAD) => port

thread-default-exception-handler

[procedure] (thread-default-exception-handler THREAD) => procedure

thread-current-parameter-vector

[procedure] (thread-current-parameter-vector THREAD) => vector

Bugs & Limitations

Notes

Requirements

miscmacros synch thread-utils record-variants check-errors setup-helper

Author

Kon Lovett

Version history

1.1.0
Add thread-... & *thread-... getters. Deprecated thread-blocked?/.... Added thread-blocked-for...?.
1.0.2
"Fix" for ticket #981. Added thread-reaper-wait-seconds.
1.0.1
Use compiled setup-helper (& un-hide).
1.0.0
Moved from srfi-27 into own extension.

License

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