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// Copyright 2021 The Pigweed Authors
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not
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#include "pw_sync/timed_mutex.h"
#include <algorithm>
#include "RTOS.h"
#include "pw_assert/check.h"
#include "pw_chrono/system_clock.h"
#include "pw_chrono_embos/system_clock_constants.h"
#include "pw_interrupt/context.h"
using pw::chrono::SystemClock;
namespace pw::sync {
bool TimedMutex::try_lock_for(SystemClock::duration for_at_least) {
// Use non-blocking try_lock for negative and zero length durations.
if (for_at_least <= SystemClock::duration::zero()) {
return try_lock();
// On a tick based kernel we cannot tell how far along we are on the current
// tick, ergo we add one whole tick to the final duration.
constexpr SystemClock::duration kMaxTimeoutMinusOne =
pw::chrono::embos::kMaxTimeout - SystemClock::duration(1);
while (for_at_least > kMaxTimeoutMinusOne) {
const int lock_count = OS_UseTimed(
&native_handle(), static_cast<OS_TIME>(kMaxTimeoutMinusOne.count()));
if (lock_count != 0) {
PW_CHECK_UINT_EQ(1, lock_count, "Recursive locking is not permitted");
return true;
for_at_least -= kMaxTimeoutMinusOne;
const int lock_count = OS_UseTimed(
&native_handle(), static_cast<OS_TIME>(for_at_least.count() + 1));
PW_CHECK_UINT_LE(1, lock_count, "Recursive locking is not permitted");
return lock_count == 1;
} // namespace pw::sync