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# Copyright 2014 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# distutils language = c++
cimport c_async_waiter
cimport c_environment
cimport c_export # needed so the init function gets exported
cimport c_thunks
from libc.stdint cimport uintptr_t
def SetSystemThunks(system_thunks_as_object):
"""Bind the basic Mojo Core functions.
cdef const c_thunks.MojoSystemThunks* system_thunks = (
<const c_thunks.MojoSystemThunks*><uintptr_t>system_thunks_as_object)
cdef class RunLoop(object):
"""RunLoop to use when using asynchronous operations on handles."""
cdef c_environment.CRunLoop* c_run_loop
def __init__(self):
assert not <uintptr_t>(c_environment.CRunLoopCurrent())
self.c_run_loop = new c_environment.CRunLoop()
def __dealloc__(self):
del self.c_run_loop
def Run(self):
"""Run the runloop until Quit is called."""
def RunUntilIdle(self):
"""Run the runloop until Quit is called or no operation is waiting."""
def Quit(self):
"""Quit the runloop."""
def PostDelayedTask(self, runnable, delay=0):
Post a task on the runloop. This must be called from the thread owning the
cdef c_environment.CClosure closure = c_environment.BuildClosure(runnable)
self.c_run_loop.PostDelayedTask(closure, delay)
# We use a wrapping class to be able to call the C++ class PythonAsyncWaiter
# across module boundaries.
cdef class AsyncWaiter(object):
cdef c_async_waiter.PythonAsyncWaiter* _c_async_waiter
def __init__(self):
self._c_async_waiter = c_environment.NewAsyncWaiter()
def __dealloc__(self):
del self._c_async_waiter
def AsyncWait(self, handle, signals, deadline, callback):
return self._c_async_waiter.AsyncWait(handle, signals, deadline, callback)
def CancelWait(self, wait_id):