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    Copyright 2005-2007 Intel Corporation.  All Rights Reserved.

    This file is part of Threading Building Blocks.

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#ifndef __TBB_spin_rw_mutex_H
#define __TBB_spin_rw_mutex_H

#include "tbb_stddef.h"

namespace tbb {

//! Fast, unfair, spinning reader-writer lock with backoff and writer-preference
/** @ingroup synchronization */
00038 class spin_rw_mutex {
    //! @cond INTERNAL

    //! Present so that 1.0 headers work with 1.1 dynamic library.
    static void internal_itt_releasing(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal acquire write lock.
    static bool internal_acquire_writer(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Out of line code for releasing a write lock.  
    /** This code is has debug checking and instrumentation for Intel(R) Thread Checker and Intel(R) Thread Profiler. */
    static void internal_release_writer(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal acquire read lock.
    static void internal_acquire_reader(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal upgrade reader to become a writer.
    static bool internal_upgrade(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Out of line code for downgrading a writer to a reader.   
    /** This code is has debug checking and instrumentation for Intel(R) Thread Checker and Intel(R) Thread Profiler. */
    static void internal_downgrade(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal release read lock.
    static void internal_release_reader(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal try_acquire write lock.
    static bool internal_try_acquire_writer(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! Internal try_acquire read lock.
    static bool internal_try_acquire_reader(spin_rw_mutex *);

    //! @endcond
    //! Construct unacquired mutex.
00073     spin_rw_mutex() : state(0) {}

    //! Destructor asserts if the mutex is acquired, i.e. state is zero.
    ~spin_rw_mutex() {
        __TBB_ASSERT( !state, "destruction of an acquired mutex");
#endif /* TBB_DO_ASSERT */

    //! The scoped locking pattern
    /** It helps to avoid the common problem of forgetting to release lock.
        It also nicely provides the "node" for queuing locks. */
00085     class scoped_lock : private internal::no_copy {
        //! Construct lock that has not acquired a mutex.
        /** Equivalent to zero-initialization of *this. */
00089         scoped_lock() : mutex(NULL) {}

        //! Acquire lock on given mutex.
        /** Upon entry, *this should not be in the "have acquired a mutex" state. */
00093         scoped_lock( spin_rw_mutex& m, bool write = true ) : mutex(NULL) {
            acquire(m, write);

        //! Release lock (if lock is held).
00098         ~scoped_lock() {
            if( mutex ) release();

        //! Acquire lock on given mutex.
00103         void acquire( spin_rw_mutex& m, bool write = true ) {
            __TBB_ASSERT( !mutex, "holding mutex already" );
            is_writer = write; 
            mutex = &m;
            if( write ) internal_acquire_writer(mutex);
            else        internal_acquire_reader(mutex);

        //! Upgrade reader to become a writer.
        /** Returns true if the upgrade happened without re-acquiring the lock and false if opposite */
00113         bool upgrade_to_writer() {
            __TBB_ASSERT( mutex, "lock is not acquired" );
            __TBB_ASSERT( !is_writer, "not a reader" );
            is_writer = true; 
            return internal_upgrade(mutex);

        //! Release lock.
00121         void release() {
            __TBB_ASSERT( mutex, "lock is not acquired" );
            spin_rw_mutex *m = mutex; 
            mutex = NULL;
            if( is_writer ) {
                m->state = 0; 
            } else {

        //! Downgrade writer to become a reader.
00137         bool downgrade_to_reader() {
            __TBB_ASSERT( mutex, "lock is not acquired" );
            __TBB_ASSERT( is_writer, "not a writer" );
            mutex->state = 4; // Bit 2 - reader, 00..00100
            is_writer = false;

            return true;

        //! Try acquire lock on given mutex.
00151         bool try_acquire( spin_rw_mutex& m, bool write = true ) {
            __TBB_ASSERT( !mutex, "holding mutex already" );
            bool result;
            is_writer = write; 
            result = write? internal_try_acquire_writer(&m)
                          : internal_try_acquire_reader(&m);
            if( result ) mutex = &m;
            return result;

        //! The pointer to the current mutex that is held, or NULL if no mutex is held.
00163         spin_rw_mutex* mutex;

        //! True if holding a writer lock, false if holding a reader lock.
        /** Not defined if not holding a lock. */
00167         bool is_writer;

    typedef internal::uintptr state_t;
    static const state_t WRITER = 1;
    static const state_t WRITER_PENDING = 2;
    static const state_t READERS = ~(WRITER | WRITER_PENDING);
    static const state_t ONE_READER = 4;
    static const state_t BUSY = WRITER | READERS;
    /** Bit 0 = writer is holding lock
        Bit 1 = request by a writer to acquire lock (hint to readers to wait)
        Bit 2..N = number of readers holding lock */
00180     volatile state_t state;

} // namespace ThreadingBuildingBlocks

#endif /* __TBB_spin_rw_mutex_H */

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