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#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
# include <config.h>
#endif

#ifdef HAVE_EVIL
# include <Evil.h>
#endif

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
# include <pthread.h>
# ifdef __linux__
#  include <sched.h>
#  include <sys/time.h>
#  include <sys/resource.h>
#  include <unistd.h>
#  include <sys/syscall.h>
#  include <errno.h>
# endif
#endif

#include "Ecore.h"
#include "ecore_private.h"

typedef struct _Ecore_Pthread_Worker Ecore_Pthread_Worker;
typedef struct _Ecore_Pthread Ecore_Pthread;
typedef struct _Ecore_Thread_Data  Ecore_Thread_Data;

struct _Ecore_Thread_Data
{
   void *data;
   Eina_Free_Cb cb;
};

struct _Ecore_Pthread_Worker
{
   union {
      struct {
         Ecore_Thread_Heavy_Cb func_blocking;
      } short_run;
      struct {
         Ecore_Thread_Heavy_Cb func_heavy;
         Ecore_Thread_Notify_Cb func_notify;
         Ecore_Pipe *notify;

         int send;
         int received;
      } feedback_run;
   } u;

   Ecore_Cb func_cancel;
   Ecore_Cb func_end;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_t self;
   Eina_Hash *hash;
   pthread_cond_t cond;
   pthread_mutex_t mutex;
#endif

   const void *data;

   Eina_Bool cancel : 1;
   Eina_Bool feedback_run : 1;
   Eina_Bool kill : 1;
};

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
typedef struct _Ecore_Pthread_Data Ecore_Pthread_Data;

struct _Ecore_Pthread_Data
{
   Ecore_Pipe *p;
   void *data;
   pthread_t thread;
};
#endif

static int _ecore_thread_count_max = 0;
static int ECORE_THREAD_PIPE_DEL = 0;

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
static int _ecore_thread_count = 0;

static Eina_List *_ecore_active_job_threads = NULL;
static Eina_List *_ecore_pending_job_threads = NULL;
static Eina_List *_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback = NULL;
static Ecore_Event_Handler *del_handler = NULL;
static pthread_mutex_t _ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex = PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER;

static Eina_Hash *_ecore_thread_global_hash = NULL;
static pthread_rwlock_t _ecore_thread_global_hash_lock = PTHREAD_RWLOCK_INITIALIZER;
static pthread_mutex_t _ecore_thread_global_hash_mutex = PTHREAD_MUTEX_INITIALIZER;
static pthread_cond_t _ecore_thread_global_hash_cond = PTHREAD_COND_INITIALIZER;
static pthread_t main_loop_thread;
static Eina_Bool have_main_loop_thread = 0;

static void
_ecore_thread_data_free(void *data)
{
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d = data;

   if (d->cb) d->cb(d->data);
   free(d);
}

static void
_ecore_thread_pipe_free(void *data __UNUSED__, void *event)
{
   Ecore_Pipe *p = event;

   ecore_pipe_del(p);
   eina_threads_shutdown();
}

static Eina_Bool
_ecore_thread_pipe_del(void *data __UNUSED__, int type __UNUSED__, void *event __UNUSED__)
{
   /* This is a hack to delay pipe destruction until we are out of its internal loop. */
   return ECORE_CALLBACK_CANCEL;
}

static void
_ecore_thread_end(Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth)
{
   Ecore_Pipe *p;

   if (pthread_join(pth->thread, (void **) &p) != 0)
     return ;

   _ecore_active_job_threads = eina_list_remove(_ecore_active_job_threads, pth);

   ecore_event_add(ECORE_THREAD_PIPE_DEL, pth->p, _ecore_thread_pipe_free, NULL);
   free(pth);
}

static void
_ecore_thread_kill(Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work)
{
   if (work->cancel)
     {
        if (work->func_cancel)
          work->func_cancel((void *) work->data);
     }
   else
     {
        if (work->func_end)
          work->func_end((void *) work->data);
     }

   if (work->feedback_run)
     ecore_pipe_del(work->u.feedback_run.notify);
   pthread_cond_destroy(&work->cond);
   pthread_mutex_destroy(&work->mutex);
   if (work->hash)
     eina_hash_free(work->hash);
   free(work);
}

static void
_ecore_thread_handler(void *data __UNUSED__, void *buffer, unsigned int nbyte)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;

   if (nbyte != sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *)) return ;

   work = *(Ecore_Pthread_Worker **)buffer;

   if (work->feedback_run)
     {
        if (work->u.feedback_run.send != work->u.feedback_run.received)
          {
             work->kill = EINA_TRUE;
             return ;
          }
     }

   _ecore_thread_kill(work);
}

static void
_ecore_notify_handler(void *data, void *buffer, unsigned int nbyte)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work = data;
   void *user_data;

   if (nbyte != sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *)) return ;

   user_data = *(void **)buffer;
   work->u.feedback_run.received++;

   if (work->u.feedback_run.func_notify)
     work->u.feedback_run.func_notify((Ecore_Thread *) work, user_data, (void *) work->data);

   /* Force reading all notify event before killing the thread */
   if (work->kill && work->u.feedback_run.send == work->u.feedback_run.received)
     {
        _ecore_thread_kill(work);
     }
}

static void
_ecore_short_job(Ecore_Pipe *end_pipe)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;

   while (_ecore_pending_job_threads)
     {
        pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        if (!_ecore_pending_job_threads)
          {
             pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
             break;
          }

        work = eina_list_data_get(_ecore_pending_job_threads);
        _ecore_pending_job_threads = eina_list_remove_list(_ecore_pending_job_threads,
                                                           _ecore_pending_job_threads);

        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        if (!work->cancel)
          work->u.short_run.func_blocking((Ecore_Thread*) work, (void *) work->data);

        ecore_pipe_write(end_pipe, &work, sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *));
     }
}

static void
_ecore_feedback_job(Ecore_Pipe *end_pipe, pthread_t thread)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;

   while (_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback)
     {
        pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        if (!_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback)
          {
             pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
             break;
          }

        work = eina_list_data_get(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback);
        _ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback = eina_list_remove_list(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback,
                                                                    _ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback);

        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        work->self = thread;
        if (!work->cancel)
          work->u.feedback_run.func_heavy((Ecore_Thread *) work, (void *) work->data);

        ecore_pipe_write(end_pipe, &work, sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *));
     }
}

static void *
_ecore_direct_worker(Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth;

   pthread_setcancelstate(PTHREAD_CANCEL_ENABLE, NULL);
   pthread_setcanceltype(PTHREAD_CANCEL_ASYNCHRONOUS, NULL);
   eina_sched_prio_drop();

   pth = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Data));
   if (!pth) return NULL;

   pth->p = ecore_pipe_add(_ecore_thread_handler, NULL);
   if (!pth->p)
     {
        free(pth);
        return NULL;
     }
   pth->thread = pthread_self();

   work->self = pth->thread;
   work->u.feedback_run.func_heavy((Ecore_Thread *) work, (void *) work->data);

   ecore_pipe_write(pth->p, &work, sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *));

   work = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker));
   if (!work)
     {
        ecore_pipe_del(pth->p);
        free(pth);
        return NULL;
     }

   work->data = pth;
   work->u.short_run.func_blocking = NULL;
   work->func_end = (void *) _ecore_thread_end;
   work->func_cancel = NULL;
   work->cancel = EINA_FALSE;
   work->feedback_run = EINA_FALSE;
   work->kill = EINA_FALSE;
   work->hash = NULL;
   pthread_cond_init(&work->cond, NULL);
   pthread_mutex_init(&work->mutex, NULL);

   ecore_pipe_write(pth->p, &work, sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *));

   return pth->p;
}

static void *
_ecore_thread_worker(Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;

   pthread_setcancelstate(PTHREAD_CANCEL_ENABLE, NULL);
   pthread_setcanceltype(PTHREAD_CANCEL_ASYNCHRONOUS, NULL);
   eina_sched_prio_drop();

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   _ecore_thread_count++;
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

 restart:
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads) _ecore_short_job(pth->p);
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback) _ecore_feedback_job(pth->p, pth->thread);

   /* FIXME: Check if there is feedback running task todo, and switch to feedback run handler. */

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        goto restart;
     }
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        goto restart;
     }
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   /* Sleep a little to prevent premature death */
   usleep(200);

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        goto restart;
     }
   if (_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        goto restart;
     }
   _ecore_thread_count--;
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   work = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker));
   if (!work) return NULL;

   work->data = pth;
   work->u.short_run.func_blocking = NULL;
   work->func_end = (void *) _ecore_thread_end;
   work->func_cancel = NULL;
   work->cancel = EINA_FALSE;
   work->feedback_run = EINA_FALSE;
   work->kill = EINA_FALSE;
   work->hash = NULL;
   pthread_cond_init(&work->cond, NULL);
   pthread_mutex_init(&work->mutex, NULL);

   ecore_pipe_write(pth->p, &work, sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *));

   return pth->p;
}

#endif

void
_ecore_thread_init(void)
{
   _ecore_thread_count_max = eina_cpu_count();
   if (_ecore_thread_count_max <= 0)
     _ecore_thread_count_max = 1;

   ECORE_THREAD_PIPE_DEL = ecore_event_type_new();
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   del_handler = ecore_event_handler_add(ECORE_THREAD_PIPE_DEL, _ecore_thread_pipe_del, NULL);
   main_loop_thread = pthread_self();
   have_main_loop_thread = 1;
#endif
}

void
_ecore_thread_shutdown(void)
{
   /* FIXME: If function are still running in the background, should we kill them ? */
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;
   Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth;

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   EINA_LIST_FREE(_ecore_pending_job_threads, work)
     {
        if (work->func_cancel)
          work->func_cancel((void *)work->data);
        free(work);
     }

   EINA_LIST_FREE(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback, work)
     {
        if (work->func_cancel)
          work->func_cancel((void *)work->data);
        free(work);
     }

   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   EINA_LIST_FREE(_ecore_active_job_threads, pth)
     {
        Ecore_Pipe *p;

        pthread_cancel(pth->thread);
        pthread_join(pth->thread, (void **) &p);

        ecore_pipe_del(pth->p);
     }
   if (_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     eina_hash_free(_ecore_thread_global_hash);
   ecore_event_handler_del(del_handler);
   have_main_loop_thread = 0;
   del_handler = NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @addtogroup Ecore_Group Ecore - Main Loop and Job Functions.
 *
 * @{
 */

/**
 * @addtogroup Ecore_Thread_Group Ecore Thread functions
 *
 * These functions allow for ecore-managed threads which integrate with ecore's main loop.
 *
 * @{
 */

/**
 * @brief Run some blocking code in a parallel thread to avoid locking the main loop.
 * @param func_blocking The function that should run in another thread.
 * @param func_end The function that will be called in the main loop if the thread terminate correctly.
 * @param func_cancel The function that will be called in the main loop if the thread is cancelled.
 * @param data User context data to pass to all callback.
 * @return A reference to the newly created thread instance, or NULL if it failed.
 *
 * ecore_thread_run provide a facility for easily managing blocking task in a
 * parallel thread. You should provide three function. The first one, func_blocking,
 * that will do the blocking work in another thread (so you should not use the
 * EFL in it except Eina if you are careful). The second one, func_end,
 * that will be called in Ecore main loop when func_blocking is done. So you
 * can use all the EFL inside this function. The last one, func_cancel, will
 * be called in the main loop if the thread is cancelled or could not run at all.
 *
 * Be aware, that you can't make assumption on the result order of func_end
 * after many call to ecore_thread_run, as we start as much thread as the
 * host CPU can handle.
 */
EAPI Ecore_Thread *
ecore_thread_run(Ecore_Thread_Heavy_Cb func_blocking,
                 Ecore_Cb func_end,
                 Ecore_Cb func_cancel,
                 const void *data)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth = NULL;
#endif

   if (!func_blocking) return NULL;

   work = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker));
   if (!work)
     {
        if (func_cancel)
          func_cancel((void *) data);
        return NULL;
     }

   work->u.short_run.func_blocking = func_blocking;
   work->func_end = func_end;
   work->func_cancel = func_cancel;
   work->cancel = EINA_FALSE;
   work->feedback_run = EINA_FALSE;
   work->kill = EINA_FALSE;
   work->data = data;

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   work->hash = NULL;
   pthread_cond_init(&work->cond, NULL);
   pthread_mutex_init(&work->mutex, NULL);

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   _ecore_pending_job_threads = eina_list_append(_ecore_pending_job_threads, work);

   if (_ecore_thread_count == _ecore_thread_count_max)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        return (Ecore_Thread *) work;
     }

   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   /* One more thread could be created. */
   pth = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Data));
   if (!pth) goto on_error;

   pth->p = ecore_pipe_add(_ecore_thread_handler, NULL);
   if (!pth->p) goto on_error;

   eina_threads_init();

   if (pthread_create(&pth->thread, NULL, (void *) _ecore_thread_worker, pth) == 0)
      return (Ecore_Thread *) work;

   eina_threads_shutdown();

 on_error:
   if (pth)
     {
        if (pth->p) ecore_pipe_del(pth->p);
        pth->p = NULL;
        free(pth);
     }

   if (_ecore_thread_count == 0)
     {
        pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        _ecore_pending_job_threads = eina_list_remove(_ecore_pending_job_threads, work);
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        if (work->func_cancel)
          work->func_cancel((void *) work->data);
        free(work);
        work = NULL;
     }
   return (Ecore_Thread *) work;
#else
   /*
     If no thread and as we don't want to break app that rely on this
     facility, we will lock the interface until we are done.
    */
   func_blocking((Ecore_Thread *) work, (void *)data);
   func_end((void *)data);

   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Cancel a running thread.
 * @param thread The thread to cancel.
 * @return Will return EINA_TRUE if the thread has been cancelled,
 *         EINA_FALSE if it is pending.
 *
 * ecore_thread_cancel give the possibility to cancel a task still running. It
 * will return EINA_FALSE, if the destruction is delayed or EINA_TRUE if it is
 * cancelled after this call.
 *
 * This function work in the main loop and in the thread, but you should not pass
 * the Ecore_Thread variable from main loop to the worker thread in any structure.
 * You should always use the one passed to the Ecore_Thread_Heavy_Cb.
 *
 * func_end, func_cancel will destroy the handler, so don't use it after.
 * And if ecore_thread_cancel return EINA_TRUE, you should not use Ecore_Thread also.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_cancel(Ecore_Thread *thread)
{
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *work = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *)thread;
   Eina_List *l;

   if (!work)
     return EINA_TRUE;
   if (work->cancel)
     return EINA_FALSE;

   if (work->feedback_run)
     {
        if (work->kill)
          return EINA_TRUE;
        if (work->u.feedback_run.send != work->u.feedback_run.received)
          goto on_exit;
     }

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   if ((have_main_loop_thread) &&
       (pthread_equal(main_loop_thread, pthread_self())))
     {
        if (!work->feedback_run)
          EINA_LIST_FOREACH(_ecore_pending_job_threads, l, work)
            {
               if ((void *) work == (void *) thread)
                 {
                    _ecore_pending_job_threads = eina_list_remove_list(_ecore_pending_job_threads, l);

                    pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

                    if (work->func_cancel)
                      work->func_cancel((void *) work->data);
                    free(work);

                    return EINA_TRUE;
                 }
            }
        else
          EINA_LIST_FOREACH(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback, l, work)
            {
               if ((void *) work == (void *) thread)
                 {
                    _ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback = eina_list_remove_list(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback, l);

                    pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

                    if (work->func_cancel)
                      work->func_cancel((void *) work->data);
                    free(work);

                    return EINA_TRUE;
                 }
            }
     }

   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   /* Delay the destruction */
 on_exit:
   ((Ecore_Pthread_Worker *)thread)->cancel = EINA_TRUE;
   return EINA_FALSE;
#else
   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Tell if a thread was canceled or not.
 * @param thread The thread to test.
 * @return EINA_TRUE if the thread is cancelled,
 *         EINA_FALSE if it is not.
 *
 * You can use this function in main loop and in the thread.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_check(Ecore_Thread *thread)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;

   if (!worker) return EINA_TRUE;
   return worker->cancel;
}

/**
 * @brief Run some heavy code in a parallel thread to avoid locking the main loop.
 * @param func_heavy The function that should run in another thread.
 * @param func_notify The function that will receive the data send by func_heavy in the main loop.
 * @param func_end The function that will be called in the main loop if the thread terminate correctly.
 * @param func_cancel The function that will be called in the main loop if the thread is cancelled.
 * @param data User context data to pass to all callback.
 * @param try_no_queue If you wan't to run outside of the thread pool.
 * @return A reference to the newly created thread instance, or NULL if it failed.
 *
 * ecore_thread_feedback_run provide a facility for easily managing heavy task in a
 * parallel thread. You should provide four functions. The first one, func_heavy,
 * that will do the heavy work in another thread (so you should not use the
 * EFL in it except Eina and Eet if you are careful). The second one, func_notify,
 * will receive the data send from the thread function (func_heavy) by ecore_thread_notify
 * in the main loop (and so, can use all the EFL). Tje third, func_end,
 * that will be called in Ecore main loop when func_heavy is done. So you
 * can use all the EFL inside this function. The last one, func_cancel, will
 * be called in the main loop also, if the thread is cancelled or could not run at all.
 *
 * Be aware, that you can't make assumption on the result order of func_end
 * after many call to ecore_feedback_run, as we start as much thread as the
 * host CPU can handle.
 *
 * If you set try_no_queue, it will try to run outside of the thread pool, this can bring
 * the CPU down, so be careful with that. Of course if it can't start a new thread, it will
 * try to use one from the pool.
 */
EAPI Ecore_Thread *ecore_thread_feedback_run(Ecore_Thread_Heavy_Cb func_heavy,
                                             Ecore_Thread_Notify_Cb func_notify,
                                             Ecore_Cb func_end,
                                             Ecore_Cb func_cancel,
                                             const void *data,
                                             Eina_Bool try_no_queue)
{

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker;
   Ecore_Pthread_Data *pth = NULL;

   if (!func_heavy) return NULL;

   worker = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Worker));
   if (!worker) goto on_error;

   worker->u.feedback_run.func_heavy = func_heavy;
   worker->u.feedback_run.func_notify = func_notify;
   worker->hash = NULL;
   pthread_cond_init(&worker->cond, NULL);
   pthread_mutex_init(&worker->mutex, NULL);
   worker->func_cancel = func_cancel;
   worker->func_end = func_end;
   worker->data = data;
   worker->cancel = EINA_FALSE;
   worker->feedback_run = EINA_TRUE;
   worker->kill = EINA_FALSE;
   worker->u.feedback_run.send = 0;
   worker->u.feedback_run.received = 0;

   worker->u.feedback_run.notify = ecore_pipe_add(_ecore_notify_handler, worker);

   if (!try_no_queue)
     {
        pthread_t t;

        if (pthread_create(&t, NULL, (void *) _ecore_direct_worker, worker) == 0)
           return (Ecore_Thread *) worker;
     }

   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   _ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback = eina_list_append(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback, worker);

   if (_ecore_thread_count == _ecore_thread_count_max)
     {
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        return (Ecore_Thread *) worker;
     }

   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

   /* One more thread could be created. */
   pth = malloc(sizeof (Ecore_Pthread_Data));
   if (!pth) goto on_error;

   pth->p = ecore_pipe_add(_ecore_thread_handler, NULL);
   if (!pth->p) goto on_error;

   eina_threads_init();

   if (pthread_create(&pth->thread, NULL, (void *) _ecore_thread_worker, pth) == 0)
      return (Ecore_Thread *) worker;

   eina_threads_shutdown();

 on_error:
   if (pth)
     {
        if (pth->p) ecore_pipe_del(pth->p);
        free(pth);
     }

   if (_ecore_thread_count == 0)
     {
        pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
        _ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback = eina_list_remove(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback,
                                                               worker);
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);

        if (func_cancel) func_cancel((void *) data);

        if (worker)
          {
             ecore_pipe_del(worker->u.feedback_run.notify);
             free(worker);
             worker = NULL;
          }
     }

   return (Ecore_Thread *) worker;
#else
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker worker;

   (void) try_no_queue;

   /*
     If no thread and as we don't want to break app that rely on this
     facility, we will lock the interface until we are done.
    */
   worker.u.feedback_run.func_heavy = func_heavy;
   worker.u.feedback_run.func_notify = func_notify;
   worker.u.feedback_run.notify = NULL;
   worker.u.feedback_run.send = 0;
   worker.u.feedback_run.received = 0;
   worker.func_cancel = func_cancel;
   worker.func_end = func_end;
   worker.data = data;
   worker.cancel = EINA_FALSE;
   worker.feedback_run = EINA_TRUE;
   worker.kill = EINA_FALSE;

   func_heavy((Ecore_Thread *) &worker, (void *)data);

   if (worker.func_cancel) func_cancel((void *)data);
   else func_end((void *)data);

   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Send data to main loop from worker thread.
 * @param thread The current Ecore_Thread context to send data from
 * @param data Data to be transmitted to the main loop
 * @return EINA_TRUE if data was successfully send to main loop,
 *         EINA_FALSE if anything goes wrong.
 *
 * After a succesfull call, the data should be considered owned
 * by the main loop.
 *
 * You should use this function only in the func_heavy call.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_feedback(Ecore_Thread *thread, const void *data)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;

   if (!worker) return EINA_FALSE;
   if (!worker->feedback_run) return EINA_FALSE;

#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!pthread_equal(worker->self, pthread_self())) return EINA_FALSE;

   worker->u.feedback_run.send++;
   ecore_pipe_write(worker->u.feedback_run.notify, &data, sizeof (void *));

   return EINA_TRUE;
#else
   worker->u.feedback_run.func_notify(thread, (void*) data, (void*) worker->data);

   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Get number of active thread jobs
 * @return Number of active threads running jobs
 * This returns the number of threads currently running jobs through the
 * ecore_thread api.
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_active_get(void)
{
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   return _ecore_thread_count;
#else
   return 0;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Get number of pending (short) thread jobs
 * @return Number of pending threads running "short" jobs
 * This returns the number of threads currently running jobs through the
 * ecore_thread_run api call.
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_pending_get(void)
{
   int ret;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   ret = eina_list_count(_ecore_pending_job_threads);
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   return ret;
#else
   return 0;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Get number of pending feedback thread jobs
 * @return Number of pending threads running "feedback" jobs
 * This returns the number of threads currently running jobs through the
 * ecore_thread_feedback_run api call.
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_pending_feedback_get(void)
{
   int ret;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   ret = eina_list_count(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback);
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   return ret;
#else
   return 0;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Get number of pending thread jobs
 * @return Number of pending threads running jobs
 * This returns the number of threads currently running jobs through the
 * ecore_thread_run and ecore_thread_feedback_run api calls combined.
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_pending_total_get(void)
{
   int ret;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   ret = eina_list_count(_ecore_pending_job_threads) + eina_list_count(_ecore_pending_job_threads_feedback);
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   return ret;
#else
   return 0;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Get the max number of threads that can run simultaneously
 * @return Max number of threads ecore will run
 * This returns the total number of threads that ecore will attempt to run
 * simultaneously.
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_max_get(void)
{
   return _ecore_thread_count_max;
}

/**
 * @brief Set the max number of threads that can run simultaneously
 * @param num The new maximum
 * This sets the maximum number of threads that ecore will try to run
 * simultaneously.  This number cannot be < 1 or >= 2x the number of active cpus.
 */
EAPI void
ecore_thread_max_set(int num)
{
   if (num < 1) return;
   /* avoid doing something hilarious by blocking dumb users */
   if (num >= (2 * eina_cpu_count())) return;

   _ecore_thread_count_max = num;
}

/**
 * @brief Reset the max number of threads that can run simultaneously
 * This resets the maximum number of threads that ecore will try to run
 * simultaneously to the number of active cpus.
 */
EAPI void
ecore_thread_max_reset(void)
{
   _ecore_thread_count_max = eina_cpu_count();
}

/**
 * @brief Get the number of threads which are available to be used
 * @return The number of available threads
 * This returns the number of threads slots that ecore has currently available.
 * Assuming that you haven't changed the max number of threads with @ref ecore_thread_max_set
 * this should be equal to (num_cpus - (active_running + active_feedback_running))
 */
EAPI int
ecore_thread_available_get(void)
{
   int ret;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   ret = _ecore_thread_count_max - _ecore_thread_count;
   pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_pending_job_threads_mutex);
   return ret;
#else
   return 0;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Add data to the thread for subsequent use
 * @param thread The thread context to add to
 * @param key The name string to add the data with
 * @param value The data to add
 * @param cb The callback to free the data with
 * @param direct If true, this will not copy the key string (like eina_hash_direct_add)
 * @return EINA_TRUE on success, EINA_FALSE on failure
 * This adds data to the thread context, allowing the thread
 * to retrieve and use it without complicated mutexing.  This function can only be called by a
 * *_run thread INSIDE the thread and will return EINA_FALSE in any case but success.
 * All data added to the thread will be freed with its associated callback (if present)
 * upon thread termination.  If no callback is specified, it is expected that the user will free the
 * data, but this is most likely not what you want.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_local_data_add(Ecore_Thread *thread, const char *key, void *value, Eina_Free_Cb cb, Eina_Bool direct)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d;
   Eina_Bool ret;

   if ((!thread) || (!key) || (!value))
     return EINA_FALSE;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!pthread_equal(worker->self, pthread_self())) return EINA_FALSE;

   if (!worker->hash)
     worker->hash = eina_hash_string_small_new(_ecore_thread_data_free);

   if (!worker->hash)
     return EINA_FALSE;

   if (!(d = malloc(sizeof(Ecore_Thread_Data))))
     return EINA_FALSE;

   d->data = value;
   d->cb = cb;

   if (direct)
     ret = eina_hash_direct_add(worker->hash, key, d);
   else
     ret = eina_hash_add(worker->hash, key, d);
   pthread_cond_broadcast(&worker->cond);
   return ret;
#else
   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Modify data in the thread, or add if not found
 * @param thread The thread context
 * @param key The name string to add the data with
 * @param value The data to add
 * @param cb The callback to free the data with
 * @return The old data associated with @p key on success if modified, NULL if added
 * This adds/modifies data in the thread context, adding only if modify fails.
 * This function can only be called by a *_run thread INSIDE the thread.
 * All data added to the thread pool will be freed with its associated callback (if present)
 * upon thread termination.  If no callback is specified, it is expected that the user will free the
 * data, but this is most likely not what you want.
 */
EAPI void *
ecore_thread_local_data_set(Ecore_Thread *thread, const char *key, void *value, Eina_Free_Cb cb)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d, *r;
   void *ret;
   if ((!thread) || (!key) || (!value))
     return NULL;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!pthread_equal(worker->self, pthread_self())) return NULL;

   if (!worker->hash)
     worker->hash = eina_hash_string_small_new(_ecore_thread_data_free);

   if (!worker->hash)
     return NULL;

   if (!(d = malloc(sizeof(Ecore_Thread_Data))))
     return NULL;

   d->data = value;
   d->cb = cb;

   r = eina_hash_set(worker->hash, key, d);
   pthread_cond_broadcast(&worker->cond);
   ret = r->data;
   free(r);
   return ret;
#else
   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Find data in the thread's data
 * @param thread The thread context
 * @param key The name string the data is associated with
 * @return The value, or NULL on error
 * This finds data in the thread context that has been previously added with @ref ecore_thread_local_data_add
 * This function can only be called by a *_run thread INSIDE the thread, and will return NULL
 * in any case but success.
 */

EAPI void *
ecore_thread_local_data_find(Ecore_Thread *thread, const char *key)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d;

   if ((!thread) || (!key))
     return NULL;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!pthread_equal(worker->self, pthread_self())) return NULL;

   if (!worker->hash)
     return NULL;

   d = eina_hash_find(worker->hash, key);
   return d->data;
#else
   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Delete data from the thread's data
 * @param thread The thread context
 * @param key The name string the data is associated with
 * @return EINA_TRUE on success, EINA_FALSE on failure
 * This deletes the data pointer from the thread context which was previously added with @ref ecore_thread_local_data_add
 * This function can only be called by a *_run thread INSIDE the thread, and will return EINA_FALSE
 * in any case but success.  Note that this WILL free the data if a callback was specified.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_local_data_del(Ecore_Thread *thread, const char *key)
{
   Ecore_Pthread_Worker *worker = (Ecore_Pthread_Worker *) thread;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d;
   if ((!thread) || (!key))
     return EINA_FALSE;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!pthread_equal(worker->self, pthread_self())) return EINA_FALSE;

   if (!worker->hash)
     return EINA_FALSE;
   if ((d = eina_hash_find(worker->hash, key)))
     _ecore_thread_data_free(d);
   return eina_hash_del_by_key(worker->hash, key);
#else
   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Add data to the global data
 * @param key The name string to add the data with
 * @param value The data to add
 * @param cb The optional callback to free the data with once ecore is shut down
 * @param direct If true, this will not copy the key string (like eina_hash_direct_add)
 * @return EINA_TRUE on success, EINA_FALSE on failure
 * This adds data to the global thread data, and will return EINA_FALSE in any case but success.
 * All data added to global can be manually freed, or a callback can be provided with @p cb which will
 * be called upon ecore_thread shutting down.  Note that if you have manually freed data that a callback
 * was specified for, you will most likely encounter a segv later on.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_global_data_add(const char *key, void *value, Eina_Free_Cb cb, Eina_Bool direct)
{
   Eina_Bool ret;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d;

   if ((!key) || (!value))
     return EINA_FALSE;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_rwlock_wrlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     _ecore_thread_global_hash = eina_hash_string_small_new(_ecore_thread_data_free);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);

   if (!(d = malloc(sizeof(Ecore_Thread_Data))))
     return EINA_FALSE;

   d->data = value;
   d->cb = cb;

   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     return EINA_FALSE;
   pthread_rwlock_wrlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   if (direct)
     ret = eina_hash_direct_add(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key, d);
   else
     ret = eina_hash_add(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key, d);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   pthread_cond_broadcast(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_cond);
   return ret;
#else
   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Add data to the global data
 * @param key The name string to add the data with
 * @param value The data to add
 * @param cb The optional callback to free the data with once ecore is shut down
 * @return An Ecore_Thread_Data on success, NULL on failure
 * This adds data to the global thread data and returns NULL, or replaces the previous data
 * associated with @p key and returning the previous data if it existed.  To see if an error occurred,
 * one must use eina_error_get.
 * All data added to global can be manually freed, or a callback can be provided with @p cb which will
 * be called upon ecore_thread shutting down.  Note that if you have manually freed data that a callback
 * was specified for, you will most likely encounter a segv later on.
 */
EAPI void *
ecore_thread_global_data_set(const char *key, void *value, Eina_Free_Cb cb)
{
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d, *r;
   void *ret;

   if ((!key) || (!value))
     return NULL;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   pthread_rwlock_wrlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     _ecore_thread_global_hash = eina_hash_string_small_new(_ecore_thread_data_free);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);

   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     return NULL;

   if (!(d = malloc(sizeof(Ecore_Thread_Data))))
     return NULL;

   d->data = value;
   d->cb = cb;

   pthread_rwlock_wrlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   r = eina_hash_set(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key, d);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   pthread_cond_broadcast(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_cond);

   ret = r->data;
   free(r);
   return ret;
#else
   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Find data in the global data
 * @param key The name string the data is associated with
 * @return The value, or NULL on error
 * This finds data in the global data that has been previously added with @ref ecore_thread_global_data_add
 * This function will return NULL in any case but success.
 * All data added to global can be manually freed, or a callback can be provided with @p cb which will
 * be called upon ecore_thread shutting down.  Note that if you have manually freed data that a callback
 * was specified for, you will most likely encounter a segv later on.
 * @note Keep in mind that the data returned can be used by multiple threads at a time, so you will most likely want to mutex
 * if you will be doing anything with it.
 */

EAPI void *
ecore_thread_global_data_find(const char *key)
{
   Ecore_Thread_Data *ret;
   if (!key)
     return NULL;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash) return NULL;

   pthread_rwlock_rdlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   ret = eina_hash_find(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   return ret->data;
#else
   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Delete data from the global data
 * @param key The name string the data is associated with
 * @return EINA_TRUE on success, EINA_FALSE on failure
 * This deletes the data pointer from the global data which was previously added with @ref ecore_thread_global_data_add
 * This function will return EINA_FALSE in any case but success.
 * Note that this WILL free the data if an @c Eina_Free_Cb was specified when the data was added.
 */
EAPI Eina_Bool
ecore_thread_global_data_del(const char *key)
{
   Eina_Bool ret;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *d;

   if (!key)
     return EINA_FALSE;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     return EINA_FALSE;

   pthread_rwlock_wrlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   if ((d = eina_hash_find(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key)))
     _ecore_thread_data_free(d);
   ret = eina_hash_del_by_key(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key);
   pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
   return ret;
#else
   return EINA_TRUE;
#endif
}

/**
 * @brief Find data in the global data and optionally wait for the data if not found
 * @param key The name string the data is associated with
 * @param seconds The amount of time in seconds to wait for the data.  If 0, the call will be async and not wait for data.
 * If < 0 the call will wait indefinitely for the data.
 * @return The value, or NULL on failure
 * This finds data in the global data that has been previously added with @ref ecore_thread_global_data_add
 * This function will return NULL in any case but success.
 * Use @p seconds to specify the amount of time to wait.  Use > 0 for an actual wait time, 0 to not wait, and < 0 to wait indefinitely.
 * @note Keep in mind that the data returned can be used by multiple threads at a time, so you will most likely want to mutex
 * if you will be doing anything with it.
 */
EAPI void *
ecore_thread_global_data_wait(const char *key, double seconds)
{
   double time = 0;
   Ecore_Thread_Data *ret = NULL;
   if (!key)
     return NULL;
#ifdef EFL_HAVE_PTHREAD
   if (!_ecore_thread_global_hash)
     return NULL;
   if (seconds > 0)
     time = ecore_time_get() + seconds;

   while (1)
     {
        struct timespec t = { 0, 0 };

        t.tv_sec = (long int)time;
        t.tv_nsec = (long int)((time - (double)t.tv_sec) * 1000000000);
        pthread_rwlock_rdlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
        ret = eina_hash_find(_ecore_thread_global_hash, key);
        pthread_rwlock_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_lock);
        if ((ret) || (!seconds) || ((seconds > 0) && (time <= ecore_time_get())))
          break;
        pthread_mutex_lock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_mutex);
        pthread_cond_timedwait(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_cond, &_ecore_thread_global_hash_mutex, &t);
        pthread_mutex_unlock(&_ecore_thread_global_hash_mutex);
     }
   if (ret) return ret->data;
   return NULL;
#else
   return NULL;
#endif
}

/**
 * @}
 */

/**
 * @}
 */