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# *******************************************************************************
# * Copyright (c) 2011 Wind River Systems, Inc. and others.
# * All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials
# * are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0
# * which accompanies this distribution, and is available at
# *
# *
# * Contributors:
# *     Wind River Systems - initial API and implementation
# *******************************************************************************

import threading
import protocol, channel
from import locator

_channels = []
_listeners = []
_transports = {}
_lock = threading.RLock()

class TransportProvider(object):
    TransportProvider represents communication protocol that can be used to open TCF communication channels.
    Examples of transports are: TCP/IP, RS-232, USB.

    Client can implement this interface if they want to provide support for a transport that is not
    supported directly by the framework.

    def getName(self):
        Return transport name. Same as used as peer attribute, @see IPeer.ATTR_TRANSPORT_NAME
        @return transport name.
        raise NotImplementedError("Abstract method")

    def openChannel(self, peer):
        Open channel to communicate with this peer using this transport.
        Note: the channel can be not fully open yet when this method returns.
        It's state can be IChannel.STATE_OPENING.
        Protocol.Listener will be called when the channel will be opened or closed.
        @param peer - a IPeer object that describes remote end-point of the channel.
        @return TCF communication channel.
        raise NotImplementedError("Abstract method")

def addTransportProvider(transport):
    name = transport.getName()
    assert name
    with _lock:
        if _transports.get(name): raise Exception("Already registered: " + name)
        _transports[name] = transport

def removeTransportProvider(transport):
    name = transport.getName()
    assert name
    with _lock:
        if _transports.get(name) == transport: del _transports[name]

def openChannel(peer):
    name = peer.getTransportName()
    if not name: raise Exception("No transport name")
    with _lock:
        provider = _transports.get(name)
        if not provider: raise Exception("Unknown transport name: " + name)
    return provider.openChannel(peer)

def channelOpened(channel):
    assert channel not in _channels
    for l in _listeners:
        except Exception as x:
            protocol.log("Exception in channel listener", x)

def channelClosed(channel, error):
    assert channel in _channels

def getOpenChannels():
    return _channels[:]

def addChannelOpenListener(listener):
    assert listener

def removeChannelOpenListener(listener):
    except ValueError:
        pass # ignore

class TCPTransportProvider(TransportProvider):
    def getName(self):
        return "TCP"
    def openChannel(self, p):
        assert self.getName() == p.getTransportName()
        from tcf import peer
        attrs = p.getAttributes()
        host = attrs.get(peer.ATTR_IP_HOST)
        port = attrs.get(peer.ATTR_IP_PORT)
        if not host: raise RuntimeError("No host name")
        from channel.ChannelTCP import ChannelTCP
        return ChannelTCP(p, host, _parsePort(port))

def _parsePort(port):
    if not port: raise Exception("No port number")
        return int(port)
    except Exception:
        raise RuntimeError(
                "Invalid value of \"Port\" attribute. Must be decimal number.")

def sendEvent(service_name, event_name, data):
    Transmit TCF event message.
    The message is sent to all open communication channels - broadcasted.

    This is internal API, TCF clients should use protocol.sendEvent().
    for c in _channels:
        # Skip channels that are executing "redirect" command - STATE_OPENING
        if c.getState() == channel.STATE_OPEN:
            s = c.getLocalService(service_name)
            if s: c.sendEvent(s, event_name, data)

def sync(done):
    Call back after TCF messages sent by this host up to this moment are delivered
    to their intended targets. This method is intended for synchronization of messages
    across multiple channels.

    Note: Cross channel synchronization can reduce performance and throughput.
    Most clients don't need cross channel synchronization and should not call this method.

    @param done will be executed by dispatch thread after communication
    messages are delivered to corresponding targets.

    This is internal API, TCF clients should use protocol.sync().
    tokenSet = set()
    class DoneSync(locator.DoneSync):
        def doneSync(self, token):
            assert tokenSet.contains(token)
            if len(tokenSet) == 0: done()
    done_sync = DoneSync()
    for c in _channels:
        if c.getState() == channel.STATE_OPEN:
            s = c.getRemoteService(locator.NAME)
            if s: tokenSet.append(s.sync(done_sync))
    if len(tokenSet) == 0: protocol.invokeLater(done)

# initialize TCP transport

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