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|Stores information on a queued operation. More...|
|Bit flag used with opFlags to indicate that the current operation should return early. |
|Bit flag used with opFlags to indicate that the I/O thread should terminate. |
|Attempts to cancel all operations currently queued on the I/O thread. |
|static int||ioThread (void *ignore)|
|The thread body that waits for queued I/O requests and runs them. |
|Tells if a request has been made to cancel the current operation on the I/O thread through a call to CancelOperations(). |
|int||QueueOperation (ioOperation op, void *data)|
|Adds an operation to the queue of pending blocking operations. |
|Starts the I/O thread. |
|Terminates the I/O thread. |
|static SDL_cond *||notify|
|Used to notify the I/O thread that there is work to do. |
|static int||opFlags = 0|
|The flags used to indicate when:|
|static struct Operation_t||queue |
|The operation queue. |
|static int||queueLen = 0|
|The number of operations in the queue. |
|static SDL_mutex *||queueMutex = NULL|
|The semaphore used to control access to the operation queue. |
|static int||queueNext = 0|
|The index of the next operation in the queue. |
|static SDL_Thread *||thread = NULL|
|A reference to information about the running I/O thread. |
Copyright (C) 2007 Jeff Jackowski
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Definition in file iothread.c.