StaticJobGroupInterface< T > Class Template Reference

#include <jobgroup.h>

Inheritance diagram for StaticJobGroupInterface< T >:

Detailed Description

template<typename T>
class maxon::StaticJobGroupInterface< T >

This is a template for homogenous static job group (all job of the same type and the number of jobs is known at creation). Once you have allocated a StaticJobGroup you cannot add more than the number of jobs specified and you cannot add jobs of a different type than specified in the template. Nonetheless you can add as many subgroups as you want.

Public Member Functions

void Add (StaticJobArray< T > &jobs)
 
String ToString (const FormatStatement *formatStatement=nullptr) const
 
Result< void > Add (JobInterface *job)
 
Result< void > Add (JobRef &job)
 
template<typename T >
Result< void > Add (ResultMemT< T * > job)
 
template<typename JOBREF >
Result< void > Add (ResultMemT< JOBREF > &&job)
 
template<typename T >
Result< void > Add (BaseArray< T > &jobs)
 
Result< void > Add (JobGroupInterface *subGroup)
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from JobGroupInterface
JobGroupInterfaceEnqueue (JobQueueInterface *queue=JOBQUEUE_CURRENT)
 
Result< void > EnqueueAndWait (JobQueueInterface *queue=JOBQUEUE_CURRENT)
 
Bool Wait (TimeValue timeout=TIMEVALUE_INFINITE, WAITMODE mode=WAITMODE::DEFAULT) const
 
Result< void > GetResult (TimeValue timeout=TIMEVALUE_INFINITE, WAITMODE mode=WAITMODE::DEFAULT) const
 
Result< void > Add (JobInterface *job)
 
Result< void > Add (JobRef &job)
 
template<typename T >
Result< void > Add (ResultMemT< T * > job)
 
template<typename JOBREF >
Result< void > Add (ResultMemT< JOBREF > &&job)
 
template<JOBCANCELLATION B = JOBCANCELLATION::ISOK, typename FN >
 DISABLE_IF_JOB_OR_GROUP (FN, Result< void >) Add(FN &&src)
 
template<typename T >
Result< void > Add (BaseArray< T > &jobs)
 
Result< void > Add (JobGroupInterface *subGroup)
 
ObservableFinishedBase< JobGroupInterfaceObservableFinished ()
 
void Cancel ()
 
void CancelAndWait (WAITMODE mode=WAITMODE::DEFAULT)
 
String ToString (const FormatStatement *formatStatement=nullptr) const
 

Static Public Member Functions

static ResultPtr< StaticJobGroupInterfaceAlloc (Int jobCnt, STATICJOBGROUPFLAGS flags=STATICJOBGROUPFLAGS::DEFAULT, Int extraBufferSize=0)
 

Private Member Functions

 ~StaticJobGroupInterface ()
 

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~StaticJobGroupInterface()

Member Function Documentation

◆ Add() [1/7]

void Add ( StaticJobArray< T > &  jobs)

Adds an array with multiple jobs of the same type to the group (faster than single Add()s).

Parameters
[in]jobsA StaticJobArray that was initialized with this group.

◆ Alloc()

static ResultPtr<StaticJobGroupInterface> Alloc ( Int  jobCnt,
STATICJOBGROUPFLAGS  flags = STATICJOBGROUPFLAGS::DEFAULT,
Int  extraBufferSize = 0 
)
static

Allocates a StaticJobGroup.

Parameters
[in]jobCntThe maximum number of jobs for this group.
[in]flagsSTATICJOBGROUPFLAGS::DEFAULT by default, the other custom modes are for ParallelFor only.
[in]extraBufferSizeBy default 0. Size of a private buffer that can be allocated together with the group.
Returns
StaticJobGroupInterface pointer or nullptr if allocation failed.

◆ ToString()

String ToString ( const FormatStatement formatStatement = nullptr) const

Returns a readable string of the content.

Parameters
[in]formatStatementNullptr or additional formatting instruction. Currently no additional formatting instructions are supported.
Returns
The converted result.

◆ Add() [2/7]

Result<void> Add

Adds a job to the group. The group takes exclusive ownership of the job. The job will be deleted after it has been executed, when the group will be deleted or when adding the job fails. The job must have been created using DefaultAllocator, e.g. with Create() or NewObj(). If you had created a job on the stack or used a custom allocator this would lead to a crash. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add jobs from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further jobs. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]jobJob (nullptr will return error).
Returns
OK on success.

◆ Add() [3/7]

Result<void> Add

Adds a job to the group. The group takes exclusive ownership of the job. The job will be deleted after it has been executed, when the group will be deleted or when adding the job fails. The job must have been created using DefaultAllocator, e.g. with Create() or NewObj(). If you had created a job on the stack or used a custom allocator this would lead to a crash. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add jobs from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further jobs. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]jobJob (nullptr will return error).
Returns
OK on success.

◆ Add() [4/7]

Result<void> Add ( typename T  )

Adds a job to the group. The group takes exclusive ownership of the job. The job will be deleted after it has been executed, when the group will be deleted or when adding the job fails. The job must have been created using DefaultAllocator, e.g. with Create() or NewObj(). If you had created a job on the stack or used a custom allocator this would lead to a crash. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add jobs from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further jobs. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]jobJob (encapsulated in a ResultMemT directly returned from creation).
Returns
OK on success.

◆ Add() [5/7]

Result<void> Add ( typename JOBREF  )

Adds a job to the group. The group takes exclusive ownership of the job. The job will be deleted after it has been executed, when the group will be deleted or when adding the job fails. The job must have been created using DefaultAllocator, e.g. with Create() or NewObj(). If you had created a job on the stack or used a custom allocator this would lead to a crash. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add jobs from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further jobs. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]jobJob (encapsulated in a ResultMemT directly returned from creation).
Returns
OK on success.

◆ Add() [6/7]

Result<void> Add ( typename T  )

Adds an array with multiple jobs of the same type to the group (faster than single Add()s). The group takes exclusive ownership of the jobs. The jobs and the memory for the array will be freed after they have been executed. If adding the jobs failed they and the memory will be deleted automatically. The array must use the DefaultAllocator for memory allocations. Do not use a custom allocator because this would lead to a crash. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add jobs from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further jobs. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]jobsA BaseArray containing your jobs.
Returns
OK on success.

◆ Add() [7/7]

Result<void> Add

Adds a subgroup to the group. This will add a reference to the group and remove it when the group is not accessed anymore. If adding a subgroup fails its reference will be removed and its jobs will be stopped. As long as the group is not enqueued you can add subgroups from any thread. As soon as it is enqueued only jobs belonging to the group are allowed to add further subgroups. THREADSAFE.

Parameters
[in]subGroupGroup object (nullptr will return error).
Returns
OK on success.