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  19. 27 Apr, 2016 1 commit
    • Philip Carns's avatar
      use hg_handle_t directly in handlers · 98ea1181
      Philip Carns authored
      - the mercury hg_handle_t is really a pointer that references an
        internally defined structure, we can (and should, for proper
        reference counting purposes) pass it directly to ULTs without copying
      - code using margo must be updated accordingly, handler ULT argument is
        an hg_handle_t now, not an hg_handle_t*
      98ea1181
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    • Shane Snyder's avatar
      d9921257
    • Shane Snyder's avatar
      add margo_thread_sleep() functionality · fd88d80a
      Shane Snyder authored
      I factored the sorted queue implementation Phil created for
      monitoring timeouts out into separate files (margo-timer.c/h).
      There is now an interface for submitting timers that define
      a callback function that's executed when the timers expire.
      margo_thread_sleep() and margo_forward_timed() will both use
      this interface, though only margo_thread_sleep() is implemented
      at the moment.
      fd88d80a
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