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 * This file is part of SEMS, a free SIP media server.
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/** @file AmCallWatcher.h */

// States are put into map on an Initialize event.
// States are held in a map identified by call_id
// (opaque identifier) and updated with Update events.
// Once an Obsolete event is received, the states are 
// moved to soft-state map, where they are held until
// queried to a maximum of WATCHER_SOFT_EXPIRE_SECONDS


#include <string>
using std::string;

#include <map>

#include <utility>
using std::pair;

#include "AmEventQueue.h"
#include "AmEvent.h"
#include "AmThread.h"

class CallStatus;

 * \brief event that carries out call status update
class CallStatusUpdateEvent : public AmEvent {
  string call_id;

  CallStatus* init_status;

  enum UpdateType {
    Initialize = 0,

  CallStatusUpdateEvent(UpdateType t, const string& call_id)
    : call_id(call_id), AmEvent(t)  { }

  // implicit: initialize
  CallStatusUpdateEvent(const string& call_id, CallStatus* init_status)
    : call_id(call_id), init_status(init_status), AmEvent(Initialize)  { }

  ~CallStatusUpdateEvent() { }

  string get_call_id() { return call_id; }
  CallStatus* get_init_status() { return init_status; }

 * \brief interface for an update-able call status (AmCallWatcher)
class CallStatus
  CallStatus()  { }
  virtual ~CallStatus() { }

  /** update from an event */
  virtual void update(CallStatusUpdateEvent* e) = 0;

  /** get a copy of self with relevant data */
  virtual CallStatus* copy() = 0;
  virtual void dump() { }

class AmCallWatcherGarbageCollector;
 * \brief manages call status to be queried by external processes 
 * call watcher is an entity for managing call status
 * via events that change status. Events are executed in a 
 * separate thread serially by processing the event queue, 
 * so synchronous status queries do not block the thread 
 * reporting the status change.
class AmCallWatcher
: public AmThread, 
  public AmEventQueue,
  public AmEventHandler
  typedef std::map<string, CallStatus*> CallStatusMap;
  typedef std::map<string, pair<CallStatus*, time_t> > CallStatusTimedMap;

  CallStatusMap states;
  AmMutex       states_mut;

  CallStatusTimedMap soft_states;
  AmMutex            soft_states_mut;
  AmCallWatcherGarbageCollector* garbage_collector;


  // thread
  void run();
  void on_stop();

  // eventhandler
  void process(AmEvent*);

  CallStatus* getStatus(const string& call_id);

  // dump all states
  void dump();

 * \brief garbage collector for the AmCallWatcher
 * checks garbage every two seconds. 
 * A bit inefficient with two threads, but AmCallWatcher
 * shouldn't be blocked by event.
class AmCallWatcherGarbageCollector 
: public AmThread
  AmMutex& mut;
  AmCallWatcher::CallStatusTimedMap& garbage;
  AmCallWatcherGarbageCollector(AmMutex& mut,
				AmCallWatcher::CallStatusTimedMap& garbage)
    : mut(mut), garbage(garbage) {}
  void run();
  void on_stop() { }