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delaychan.h

/*
 * delaychan.h
 *
 * Class for implementing a serial queue channel in memory.
 *
 * Portable Windows Library
 *
 * Copyright (c) 2001 Equivalence Pty. Ltd.
 *
 * The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public License
 * Version 1.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
 * compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
 * http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
 *
 * Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
 * basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
 * the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
 * under the License.
 *
 * The Original Code is Portable Windows Library.
 *
 * The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Equivalence Pty. Ltd.
 *
 * Contributor(s): ______________________________________.
 *
 * $Log: delaychan.h,v $
 * Revision 1.6  2005/11/30 12:47:37  csoutheren
 * Removed tabs, reformatted some code, and changed tags for Doxygen
 *
 * Revision 1.5  2004/11/11 07:34:50  csoutheren
 * Added #include <ptlib.h>
 *
 * Revision 1.4  2002/09/16 01:08:59  robertj
 * Added #define so can select if #pragma interface/implementation is used on
 *   platform basis (eg MacOS) rather than compiler, thanks Robert Monaghan.
 *
 * Revision 1.3  2002/02/25 11:05:02  rogerh
 * New Delay code which solves the accumulated error problem. Based on ideas
 * by Tomasz Motylewski <T.Motylewski@bfad.de>, Roger and Craig.
 *
 * Revision 1.2  2002/01/15 03:55:43  craigs
 * Added PAdaptiveDelay class
 *
 * Revision 1.1  2001/07/10 03:07:07  robertj
 * Added queue channel and delay channel classes to ptclib.
 *
 */

#ifndef _DELAYCHAN_H
#define _DELAYCHAN_H


#ifdef P_USE_PRAGMA
#pragma interface
#endif

#include <ptlib.h>

/** Class for implementing an "adaptive" delay.
    This class will cause the the caller to, on average, delay
    the specified number of milliseconds between calls. This can
    be used to simulate hardware timing for a sofwtare only device

  */


00067 class PAdaptiveDelay : public PObject
{ 
  PCLASSINFO(PAdaptiveDelay, PObject);
  
  public:
    PAdaptiveDelay();
    BOOL Delay(int time);
    void Restart();
 
  protected:
    BOOL   firstTime;
    PTime  targetTime;
};


/** Class for implementing a "delay line" channel.
    This indirect channel can be placed in a channel I/O chain to limit the
    speed of I/O. This can be useful if blocking is not available and buffers
    could be overwritten if the I/O occurs at full speed.

    There are two modes of operation. In stream more, data can be read/written
    no faster than a fixed time for a fixed number of bytes. So, for example,
    you can say than 320 bytes must take 20 milliseconds, and thus if the
    application writes 640 byets it will delay 40 milliseconds before the next
    write.

    In frame mode, the rate limiting applies to individual read or write
    operations. So you can say that each read takes 30 milliseconds even if
    on 4 bytes is read, and the same time if 24 bytes are read.
  */
00097 class PDelayChannel : public PIndirectChannel
{
    PCLASSINFO(PDelayChannel, PIndirectChannel);
  public:
  /**@name Construction */
  //@{
    enum Mode {
      DelayReadsOnly,
      DelayWritesOnly,
      DelayReadsAndWrites
    };

    /** Create a new delay channel with the specified delays. A value of zero
        for the numBytes parameter indicates that the delay is in frame mode.

        The maximum skip time is the number of milliseconds that the delay
        may "catch up" by using zero delays. This is caused by the Read() or
        Write() not being called for a time by external factors.
      */
    PDelayChannel(
      Mode mode,                  ///< Mode for delay channel
      unsigned frameDelay,        ///< Delay time in milliseconds
      PINDEX frameSize = 0,       ///< Bytes to apply to the delay time.
      unsigned maximumSlip = 250, ///< Maximum slip time in milliseconds
      unsigned minimumDelay = 10  ///< Minimim delay (usually OS time slice)
    );
  //@}


  /**@name Overrides from class PChannel */
  //@{
    /**Low level read from the file channel. The read timeout is ignored for
       file I/O. The GetLastReadCount() function returns the actual number
       of bytes read.

       The GetErrorCode() function should be consulted after Read() returns
       FALSE to determine what caused the failure.

       @return
       TRUE indicates that at least one character was read from the channel.
       FALSE means no bytes were read due to timeout or some other I/O error.
     */
    virtual BOOL Read(
      void * buf,   ///< Pointer to a block of memory to receive the read bytes.
      PINDEX len    ///< Maximum number of bytes to read into the buffer.
    );

    /**Low level write to the file channel. The write timeout is ignored for
       file I/O. The GetLastWriteCount() function returns the actual number
       of bytes written.

       The GetErrorCode() function should be consulted after Write() returns
       FALSE to determine what caused the failure.

       @return TRUE if at least len bytes were written to the channel.
     */
    virtual BOOL Write(
      const void * buf, ///< Pointer to a block of memory to write.
      PINDEX len        ///< Number of bytes to write.
    );
  //@}


  protected:
    virtual void Wait(PINDEX count, PTimeInterval & nextTick);

    Mode          mode;
    unsigned      frameDelay;
    PINDEX        frameSize;
    PTimeInterval maximumSlip;
    PTimeInterval minimumDelay;

    PTimeInterval nextReadTick;
    PTimeInterval nextWriteTick;
};


#endif // _DELAYCHAN_H


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