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* Copyright (C) 2014 Google, Inc.
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at:
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* limitations under the License.
#pragma once
#include <stdbool.h>
#include "osi/include/future.h"
#include "osi/include/thread.h"
typedef future_t* (*module_lifecycle_fn)(void);
typedef struct {
const char* name;
module_lifecycle_fn init;
module_lifecycle_fn start_up;
module_lifecycle_fn shut_down;
module_lifecycle_fn clean_up;
const char* dependencies[BTCORE_MAX_MODULE_DEPENDENCIES];
} module_t;
// Prepares module management. Must be called before doing anything with
// modules.
void module_management_start(void);
// Cleans up all module management resources.
void module_management_stop(void);
const module_t* get_module(const char* name);
// Initialize the provided module. |module| may not be NULL
// and must not be initialized.
bool module_init(const module_t* module);
// Start up the provided module. |module| may not be NULL
// and must be initialized or have no init function.
bool module_start_up(const module_t* module);
// Shut down the provided module. |module| may not be NULL.
// If not started, does nothing.
void module_shut_down(const module_t* module);
// Clean up the provided module. |module| may not be NULL.
// If not initialized, does nothing.
void module_clean_up(const module_t* module);
// Temporary callbacked wrapper for module start up, so real modules can be
// spliced into the current janky startup sequence. Runs on a separate thread,
// which terminates when the module start up has finished. When module startup
// has finished, |callback| is called within the context of |callback_thread|
// with |FUTURE_SUCCESS| or |FUTURE_FAIL| depending on whether startup succeeded
// or not.
void module_start_up_callbacked_wrapper(const module_t* module,
thread_t* callback_thread,
thread_fn callback);