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Copyright and Licensing Information for ACE(TM), TAO(TM), CIAO(TM), DAnCE(TM),
and CoSMIC(TM)
ACE(TM), TAO(TM), CIAO(TM), DAnCE>(TM), and CoSMIC(TM) (henceforth referred to
as "DOC software") are copyrighted by Douglas C. Schmidt and his research
group at Washington University, University of California, Irvine, and
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* This source code contain modifications to the original source code
* which can be found here:
* (section 3.2).
* Modifications:
* 1) Dynamic detection of native support for condition variables.
* 2) Use of WebRTC defined types and classes. Renaming of some functions.
* 3) Introduction of a second event for wake all functionality. This prevents
* a thread from spinning on the same condition variable, preventing other
* threads from waking up.
#include "webrtc/system_wrappers/source/condition_variable_event_win.h"
#include "webrtc/system_wrappers/include/critical_section_wrapper.h"
namespace webrtc {
ConditionVariableEventWin::ConditionVariableEventWin() : eventID_(WAKEALL_0) {
memset(&num_waiters_[0], 0, sizeof(num_waiters_));
events_[WAKEALL_0] = CreateEvent(NULL, // no security attributes
TRUE, // manual-reset, sticky event
FALSE, // initial state non-signaled
NULL); // no name for event
events_[WAKEALL_1] = CreateEvent(NULL, // no security attributes
TRUE, // manual-reset, sticky event
FALSE, // initial state non-signaled
NULL); // no name for event
events_[WAKE] = CreateEvent(NULL, // no security attributes
FALSE, // auto-reset, sticky event
FALSE, // initial state non-signaled
NULL); // no name for event
ConditionVariableEventWin::~ConditionVariableEventWin() {
void ConditionVariableEventWin::SleepCS(CRITICAL_SECTION* crit_sect) {
SleepCS(crit_sect, INFINITE);
bool ConditionVariableEventWin::SleepCS(CRITICAL_SECTION* crit_sect,
unsigned long max_time_in_ms) {
// Get the eventID for the event that will be triggered by next
// WakeAll() call and start waiting for it.
const EventWakeUpType eventID =
(WAKEALL_0 == eventID_) ? WAKEALL_1 : WAKEALL_0;
HANDLE events[2];
events[0] = events_[WAKE];
events[1] = events_[eventID];
const DWORD result = WaitForMultipleObjects(2, // Wait on 2 events.
FALSE, // Wait for either.
const bool ret_val = (result != WAIT_TIMEOUT);
// Last waiter should only be true for WakeAll(). WakeAll() correspond
// to position 1 in events[] -> (result == WAIT_OBJECT_0 + 1)
const bool last_waiter = (result == WAIT_OBJECT_0 + 1) &&
(num_waiters_[eventID] == 0);
if (last_waiter) {
// Reset/unset the WakeAll() event since all threads have been
// released.
return ret_val;
void ConditionVariableEventWin::Wake() {
const bool have_waiters = (num_waiters_[WAKEALL_0] > 0) ||
(num_waiters_[WAKEALL_1] > 0);
if (have_waiters) {
void ConditionVariableEventWin::WakeAll() {
// Update current WakeAll() event
eventID_ = (WAKEALL_0 == eventID_) ? WAKEALL_1 : WAKEALL_0;
// Trigger current event
const EventWakeUpType eventID = eventID_;
const bool have_waiters = num_waiters_[eventID] > 0;
if (have_waiters) {
} // namespace webrtc