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--                 GNU ADA RUN-TIME LIBRARY (GNARL) COMPONENTS              --
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--                 S Y S T E M . T A S K _ P R I M I T I V E S              --
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--  This is a POSIX-like version of this package.
--  Note: this file can only be used for POSIX compliant systems.

pragma Polling (Off);
--  Turn off polling, we do not want ATC polling to take place during
--  tasking operations. It causes infinite loops and other problems.

with System.OS_Interface;
--  used for pthread_mutex_t
--           pthread_cond_t
--           pthread_t

package System.Task_Primitives is

   type Lock is limited private; 
   --  Should be used for implementation of protected objects.

   type RTS_Lock is limited private; 
   --  Should be used inside the runtime system.
   --  The difference between Lock and the RTS_Lock is that the later
   --  one serves only as a semaphore so that do not check for
   --  ceiling violations.

   type Task_Body_Access is access procedure; 
   --  Pointer to the task body's entry point (or possibly a wrapper
   --  declared local to the GNARL).

   type Private_Data is limited private; 
   --  Any information that the GNULLI needs maintained on a per-task
   --  basis.  A component of this type is guaranteed to be included
   --  in the Ada_Task_Control_Block.


   type Lock is new System.OS_Interface.pthread_mutex_t; 
   type RTS_Lock is new System.OS_Interface.pthread_mutex_t; 

   type Private_Data is record 
      Thread : aliased System.OS_Interface.pthread_t; 
      pragma Atomic (Thread);
      --  Thread field may be updated by two different threads of control.
      --  (See, Enter_Task and Create_Task in s-taprop.adb).
      --  They put the same value (thr_self value). We do not want to
      --  use lock on those operations and the only thing we have to
      --  make sure is that they are updated in atomic fashion.

      LWP : aliased System.Address; 
      --  The purpose of this field is to provide a better tasking support on
      --  gdb. The order of the two first fields (Thread and LWP) is important.
      --  On targets where lwp is not relevant, this is equivalent to Thread.

      CV : aliased System.OS_Interface.pthread_cond_t; 

      L  : aliased RTS_Lock; 
      --  Protection for all components is lock L
   end record;

end System.Task_Primitives;