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/*
* \brief Dummy definitions for native types used for compiling unit tests
* \author Norman Feske
* \date 2009-10-02
*/
/*
* Copyright (C) 2009-2011 Genode Labs GmbH
*
* This file is part of the Genode OS framework, which is distributed
* under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2.
*/
#ifndef _INCLUDE__BASE__NATIVE_TYPES_H_
#define _INCLUDE__BASE__NATIVE_TYPES_H_
namespace Codezero {
struct l4_mutex;
enum { NILTHREAD = -1 };
}
namespace Genode {
class Platform_thread;
struct Native_thread_id
{
int tid;
/**
* Pointer to thread's running lock
*
* Once initialized (see 'lock_helper.h'), it will point to the
* '_running_lock' field of the thread's 'Native_thread' structure,
* which is part of the thread context. This member variable is
* used by the lock implementation only.
*/
struct Codezero::l4_mutex *running_lock;
Native_thread_id() { }
/**
* Constructor (used as implicit constructor)
*/
Native_thread_id(int l4id) : tid(l4id), running_lock(0) { }
Native_thread_id(int l4id, Codezero::l4_mutex *rl) : tid(l4id), running_lock(rl) { }
};
struct Native_thread
{
Native_thread_id l4id;
/**
* Only used in core
*
* For 'Thread' objects created within core, 'pt' points to the
* physical thread object, which is going to be destroyed on
* destruction of the 'Thread'.
*/
Platform_thread *pt;
};
/**
* Empty UTCB type expected by the thread library
*
* On this kernel, UTCBs are not placed within the the context area. Each
* thread can request its own UTCB pointer using the kernel interface.
* However, we use the 'Native_utcb' member of the thread context to
* hold thread-specific data, i.e. the running lock used by the lock
* implementation.
*/
struct Native_utcb
{
private:
/**
* Prevent construction
*
* A UTCB is never constructed, it is backed by zero-initialized memory.
*/
Native_utcb();
/**
* Backing store for per-thread running lock
*
* The size of this member must equal 'sizeof(Codezero::l4_mutex)'.
* Unfortunately, we cannot include the Codezero headers here.
*/
int _running_lock;
public:
Codezero::l4_mutex *running_lock() {
return (Codezero::l4_mutex *)&_running_lock; }
};
inline bool operator == (Native_thread_id t1, Native_thread_id t2) { return t1.tid == t2.tid; }
inline bool operator != (Native_thread_id t1, Native_thread_id t2) { return t1.tid != t2.tid; }
/*
* Because Codezero does not support local names for capabilities, a Genode
* capability consists of the global thread ID and a global object ID, not
* protected by the kernel when transmitted as IPC payloads.
*/
class Native_capability
{
private:
Native_thread_id _tid; /* global thread ID */
int _local_name; /* global unique object ID */
public:
/**
* Default constructor creates invalid capability
*/
Native_capability()
: _local_name(0) { _tid.tid = Codezero::NILTHREAD; }
/**
* Constructor for hand-crafting capabilities
*
* This constructor is only used internally be the framework.
*/
Native_capability(Native_thread_id tid, int local_name)
: _tid(tid), _local_name(local_name) { }
bool valid() const { return _tid.tid != Codezero::NILTHREAD; }
int local_name() const { return _local_name; }
int dst() const { return _tid.tid; }
Native_thread_id tid() const { return _tid; }
};
typedef int Native_connection_state;
}
#endif /* _INCLUDE__BASE__NATIVE_TYPES_H_ */