dxd - dynax driver framework 2.1.0d49
cross platform open source driver development framework
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dx_sync.h File Reference
#include "dx_common.h"
#include "dx_assert.h"
#include <powrprof.h>
#include <avrt.h>
#include <chrono>
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Classes

class  dx::event< dx::kernel >
 
class  dx::object< invalid_t >
 Windows handle class bill wasn't sure wether an invalid handle is a nullptr or -1. Hence the invalid_t template parameter. (Usually its -1, but i.e. for file mappings its nullptr, etc.) More...
 
class  dx::process
 
class  dx::process::mmcss
 mmcss | thread priority/process priority class More...
 
class  dx::shared::memory< buffer_t >
 macOS user space shared memory More...
 
struct  dx::shared::memory< buffer_t >::header
 
class  dx::thread::prio
 
class  dx::thread::prio::realtime
 

Namespaces

namespace  dx
 dynax driver framework user mode interface namespace
 
namespace  dx::shared
 
namespace  dx::thread
 

Typedefs

typedef iobridge< void > dx::os_event
 kernel/user space shared OS event
 

Enumerations

enum  dx::scale : int64_t {
  dx::nsec = 1ll , dx::usec = 1000ll , dx::msec = usec* 1000ll , dx::sec = msec* 1000ll ,
  dx::sec = msec* 1000ll , dx::msec = usec* 1000ll , dx::usec = 1000ll , dx::nsec = 1ll
}
 Windows: timestamp to Windows time converter. More...
 

Functions

void dx::thread::name (const char *name) noexcept
 
uint32_t dx::priority ()
 
int64_t dx::time (int64_t timestamp, scale scale=nsec)
 macOS: timestamp (clock ticks) to time converter
 
int64_t dx::timestamp ()
 macOS: high precision timestamp (clock ticks) Returns current value of a clock that increments monotonically in tick units (starting at an arbitrary point), this clock does not increment while the system is asleep.
 
int64_t dx::timestamp (int64_t time, scale scale=nsec)
 macOS: time to timestamp (clock ticks) converter
 

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