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// Take a look at the license at the top of the repository in the LICENSE file.

use crate::translate::{from_glib, from_glib_full, FromGlib, IntoGlib, ToGlibPtr};
#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
use crate::IOCondition;
use ffi::{self, gboolean, gpointer};
#[cfg(all(not(unix), feature = "dox"))]
use libc::c_int as RawFd;
use std::cell::RefCell;
use std::mem::transmute;
use std::num::NonZeroU32;
#[cfg(unix)]
use std::os::unix::io::RawFd;
use std::time::Duration;

use crate::MainContext;
use crate::Source;
use crate::ThreadGuard;

/// The id of a source that is returned by `idle_add` and `timeout_add`.
///
/// This type does not implement `Clone` to prevent calling [`SourceId::remove`]
/// multiple times on the same source.
#[derive(Debug, Eq, PartialEq)]
pub struct SourceId(NonZeroU32);

impl SourceId {
    /// Returns the internal source ID.
    pub unsafe fn as_raw(&self) -> u32 {
        self.0.get()
    }

    /// Removes the source with the given id `source_id` from the default main context.
    ///
    /// It is a programmer error to attempt to remove a non-existent source.
    #[doc(alias = "g_source_remove")]
    pub fn remove(self) {
        unsafe {
            result_from_gboolean!(
                ffi::g_source_remove(self.as_raw()),
                "Failed to remove source"
            )
            .unwrap()
        }
    }
}

#[doc(hidden)]
impl FromGlib<u32> for SourceId {
    #[inline]
    unsafe fn from_glib(val: u32) -> Self {
        assert_ne!(val, 0);
        Self(NonZeroU32::new_unchecked(val))
    }
}

/// Process identificator
#[derive(Copy, Clone, Debug, Eq, PartialEq)]
#[doc(alias = "GPid")]
pub struct Pid(pub ffi::GPid);

unsafe impl Send for Pid {}
unsafe impl Sync for Pid {}

#[doc(hidden)]
impl IntoGlib for Pid {
    type GlibType = ffi::GPid;

    #[inline]
    fn into_glib(self) -> ffi::GPid {
        self.0
    }
}

#[doc(hidden)]
impl FromGlib<ffi::GPid> for Pid {
    #[inline]
    unsafe fn from_glib(val: ffi::GPid) -> Self {
        Self(val)
    }
}

/// Continue calling the closure in the future iterations or drop it.
///
/// This is the return type of `idle_add` and `timeout_add` closures.
///
/// `Continue(true)` keeps the closure assigned, to be rerun when appropriate.
///
/// `Continue(false)` disconnects and drops it.
#[derive(Copy, Clone, Debug, PartialEq, Eq)]
pub struct Continue(pub bool);

#[doc(hidden)]
impl IntoGlib for Continue {
    type GlibType = gboolean;

    #[inline]
    fn into_glib(self) -> gboolean {
        self.0.into_glib()
    }
}

unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline<F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static>(
    func: gpointer,
) -> gboolean {
    let func: &RefCell<F> = &*(func as *const RefCell<F>);
    (&mut *func.borrow_mut())().into_glib()
}

unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline_local<F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static>(
    func: gpointer,
) -> gboolean {
    let func: &ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>> = &*(func as *const ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>);
    (&mut *func.get_ref().borrow_mut())().into_glib()
}

unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure<F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static>(ptr: gpointer) {
    Box::<RefCell<F>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure_local<F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static>(ptr: gpointer) {
    Box::<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

fn into_raw<F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static>(func: F) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<RefCell<F>> = Box::new(RefCell::new(func));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

fn into_raw_local<F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static>(func: F) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>> = Box::new(ThreadGuard::new(RefCell::new(func)));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline_child_watch<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + Send + 'static>(
    pid: ffi::GPid,
    status: i32,
    func: gpointer,
) {
    let func: &RefCell<F> = &*(func as *const RefCell<F>);
    (&mut *func.borrow_mut())(Pid(pid), status)
}

unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline_child_watch_local<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + 'static>(
    pid: ffi::GPid,
    status: i32,
    func: gpointer,
) {
    let func: &ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>> = &*(func as *const ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>);
    (&mut *func.get_ref().borrow_mut())(Pid(pid), status)
}

unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure_child_watch<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + Send + 'static>(
    ptr: gpointer,
) {
    Box::<RefCell<F>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure_child_watch_local<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + 'static>(
    ptr: gpointer,
) {
    Box::<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

fn into_raw_child_watch<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + Send + 'static>(func: F) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<RefCell<F>> = Box::new(RefCell::new(func));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

fn into_raw_child_watch_local<F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + 'static>(func: F) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>> = Box::new(ThreadGuard::new(RefCell::new(func)));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline_unix_fd<
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + Send + 'static,
>(
    fd: i32,
    condition: ffi::GIOCondition,
    func: gpointer,
) -> gboolean {
    let func: &RefCell<F> = &*(func as *const RefCell<F>);
    (&mut *func.borrow_mut())(fd, from_glib(condition)).into_glib()
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
unsafe extern "C" fn trampoline_unix_fd_local<
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + 'static,
>(
    fd: i32,
    condition: ffi::GIOCondition,
    func: gpointer,
) -> gboolean {
    let func: &ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>> = &*(func as *const ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>);
    (&mut *func.get_ref().borrow_mut())(fd, from_glib(condition)).into_glib()
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure_unix_fd<
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + Send + 'static,
>(
    ptr: gpointer,
) {
    Box::<RefCell<F>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
unsafe extern "C" fn destroy_closure_unix_fd_local<
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + 'static,
>(
    ptr: gpointer,
) {
    Box::<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>>::from_raw(ptr as *mut _);
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
fn into_raw_unix_fd<F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + Send + 'static>(
    func: F,
) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<RefCell<F>> = Box::new(RefCell::new(func));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
fn into_raw_unix_fd_local<F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + 'static>(func: F) -> gpointer {
    let func: Box<ThreadGuard<RefCell<F>>> = Box::new(ThreadGuard::new(RefCell::new(func)));
    Box::into_raw(func) as gpointer
}

/// Transform a generic FnOnce into a closure that can be used as callback in various glib methods
///
/// The resulting function can only be called once and will panic otherwise. It will return `Continue(false)`
/// in order to prevent being called twice.
#[inline(always)]
fn fnmut_callback_wrapper(
    func: impl FnOnce() + Send + 'static,
) -> impl FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static {
    let mut func = Some(func);
    move || {
        let func = func
            .take()
            .expect("GSource closure called after returning glib::Continue(false)");
        func();
        Continue(false)
    }
}

/// Transform a generic FnOnce into a closure that can be used as callback in various glib methods
///
/// The resulting function can only be called once and will panic otherwise. It will return `Continue(false)`
/// in order to prevent being called twice.
///
/// Different to `fnmut_callback_wrapper()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
#[inline(always)]
fn fnmut_callback_wrapper_local(
    func: impl FnOnce() + 'static,
) -> impl FnMut() -> Continue + 'static {
    let mut func = Some(func);
    move || {
        let func = func
            .take()
            .expect("GSource closure called after returning glib::Continue(false)");
        func();
        Continue(false)
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop when it's idle.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
#[doc(alias = "g_idle_add_full")]
pub fn idle_add<F>(func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_idle_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT_IDLE,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop when it's idle.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// In comparison to `idle_add()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_idle_add_full")]
pub fn idle_add_once<F>(func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + Send + 'static,
{
    idle_add(fnmut_callback_wrapper(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop when it's idle.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `idle_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the default main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_idle_add_full")]
pub fn idle_add_local<F>(func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_idle_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT_IDLE,
            Some(trampoline_local::<F>),
            into_raw_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop when it's idle.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `idle_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
///
/// In comparison to `idle_add_local()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_idle_add_full")]
pub fn idle_add_local_once<F>(func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + 'static,
{
    idle_add_local(fnmut_callback_wrapper_local(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with millisecond granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` milliseconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events. Prefer `timeout_add_seconds` when millisecond
/// precision is not necessary.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Sets a function to be called at regular intervals, with the default
/// priority, `G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT`.
///
/// The given `function` is called repeatedly until it returns `G_SOURCE_REMOVE`
/// or [`false`], at which point the timeout is automatically destroyed and the
/// function will not be called again. The first call to the function will be
/// at the end of the first `interval`.
///
/// Note that timeout functions may be delayed, due to the processing of other
/// event sources. Thus they should not be relied on for precise timing.
/// After each call to the timeout function, the time of the next
/// timeout is recalculated based on the current time and the given interval
/// (it does not try to 'catch up' time lost in delays).
///
/// See [memory management of sources][mainloop-memory-management] for details
/// on how to handle the return value and memory management of `data`.
///
/// If you want to have a timer in the "seconds" range and do not care
/// about the exact time of the first call of the timer, use the
/// `g_timeout_add_seconds()` function; this function allows for more
/// optimizations and more efficient system power usage.
///
/// This internally creates a main loop source using `g_timeout_source_new()`
/// and attaches it to the global [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext] using `g_source_attach()`, so
/// the callback will be invoked in whichever thread is running that main
/// context. You can do these steps manually if you need greater control or to
/// use a custom main context.
///
/// It is safe to call this function from any thread.
///
/// The interval given is in terms of monotonic time, not wall clock
/// time. See [`monotonic_time()`][crate::monotonic_time()].
/// ## `interval`
/// the time between calls to the function, in milliseconds
///  (1/1000ths of a second)
/// ## `function`
/// function to call
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the ID (greater than 0) of the event source.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_full")]
pub fn timeout_add<F>(interval: Duration, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_timeout_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            interval.as_millis() as _,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with millisecond granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` milliseconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events. Prefer `timeout_add_seconds` when millisecond
/// precision is not necessary.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// In comparison to `timeout_add()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_once<F>(interval: Duration, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + Send + 'static,
{
    timeout_add(interval, fnmut_callback_wrapper(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with millisecond granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` milliseconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events. Prefer `timeout_add_seconds` when millisecond
/// precision is not necessary.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `timeout_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_local<F>(interval: Duration, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_timeout_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            interval.as_millis() as _,
            Some(trampoline_local::<F>),
            into_raw_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with millisecond granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` milliseconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events. Prefer `timeout_add_seconds` when millisecond
/// precision is not necessary.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `timeout_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
///
/// In comparison to `timeout_add_local()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_local_once<F>(interval: Duration, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + 'static,
{
    timeout_add_local(interval, fnmut_callback_wrapper_local(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with second granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` seconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Sets a function to be called at regular intervals with the default
/// priority, `G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT`.
///
/// The function is called repeatedly until it returns `G_SOURCE_REMOVE`
/// or [`false`], at which point the timeout is automatically destroyed
/// and the function will not be called again.
///
/// This internally creates a main loop source using
/// `g_timeout_source_new_seconds()` and attaches it to the main loop context
/// using `g_source_attach()`. You can do these steps manually if you need
/// greater control. Also see `g_timeout_add_seconds_full()`.
///
/// It is safe to call this function from any thread.
///
/// Note that the first call of the timer may not be precise for timeouts
/// of one second. If you need finer precision and have such a timeout,
/// you may want to use `g_timeout_add()` instead.
///
/// See [memory management of sources][mainloop-memory-management] for details
/// on how to handle the return value and memory management of `data`.
///
/// The interval given is in terms of monotonic time, not wall clock
/// time. See [`monotonic_time()`][crate::monotonic_time()].
/// ## `interval`
/// the time between calls to the function, in seconds
/// ## `function`
/// function to call
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the ID (greater than 0) of the event source.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_seconds_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_seconds<F>(interval: u32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_timeout_add_seconds_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            interval,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with second granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` seconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// In comparison to `timeout_add_seconds()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_seconds_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_seconds_once<F>(interval: u32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + Send + 'static,
{
    timeout_add_seconds(interval, fnmut_callback_wrapper(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with second granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` seconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `timeout_add_seconds()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_seconds_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_seconds_local<F>(interval: u32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_timeout_add_seconds_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            interval,
            Some(trampoline_local::<F>),
            into_raw_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop at regular intervals
/// with second granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` seconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `timeout_add_seconds()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
///
/// In comparison to `timeout_add_seconds_local()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_add_seconds_full")]
pub fn timeout_add_seconds_local_once<F>(interval: u32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + 'static,
{
    timeout_add_seconds_local(interval, fnmut_callback_wrapper_local(func))
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to when a child
/// process exits.
///
/// `func` will be called when `pid` exits
#[doc(alias = "g_child_watch_add_full")]
pub fn child_watch_add<F>(pid: Pid, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_child_watch_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            pid.0,
            Some(trampoline_child_watch::<F>),
            into_raw_child_watch(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_child_watch::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to when a child
/// process exits.
///
/// `func` will be called when `pid` exits
///
/// Different to `child_watch_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_child_watch_add_full")]
pub fn child_watch_add_local<F>(pid: Pid, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_child_watch_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            pid.0,
            Some(trampoline_child_watch_local::<F>),
            into_raw_child_watch_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_child_watch_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop whenever a UNIX signal is raised.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every time `signum` is raised until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// A convenience function for `g_unix_signal_source_new()`, which
/// attaches to the default [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext]. You can remove the watch
/// using `g_source_remove()`.
/// ## `signum`
/// Signal number
/// ## `handler`
/// Callback
///
/// # Returns
///
/// An ID (greater than 0) for the event source
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_signal_add_full")]
pub fn unix_signal_add<F>(signum: i32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_unix_signal_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            signum,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop whenever a UNIX signal is raised.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every time `signum` is raised until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// In comparison to `unix_signal_add()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_signal_add_full")]
pub fn unix_signal_add_once<F>(signum: i32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + Send + 'static,
{
    unix_signal_add(signum, fnmut_callback_wrapper(func))
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop whenever a UNIX signal is raised.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every time `signum` is raised until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `unix_signal_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_signal_add_full")]
pub fn unix_signal_add_local<F>(signum: i32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_unix_signal_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            signum,
            Some(trampoline_local::<F>),
            into_raw_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the default main loop whenever a UNIX signal is raised.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every time `signum` is raised until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `unix_signal_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
///
/// In comparison to `unix_signal_add_local()`, this only requires `func` to be
/// `FnOnce`, and will automatically return `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_signal_add_full")]
pub fn unix_signal_add_local_once<F>(signum: i32, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnOnce() + 'static,
{
    unix_signal_add_local(signum, fnmut_callback_wrapper_local(func))
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to whenever a
/// UNIX file descriptor reaches the given IO condition.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly while the file descriptor matches the given IO condition
/// until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Sets a function to be called when the IO condition, as specified by
/// `condition` becomes true for `fd`.
///
/// `function` will be called when the specified IO condition becomes
/// [`true`]. The function is expected to clear whatever event caused the
/// IO condition to become true and return [`true`] in order to be notified
/// when it happens again. If `function` returns [`false`] then the watch
/// will be cancelled.
///
/// The return value of this function can be passed to `g_source_remove()`
/// to cancel the watch at any time that it exists.
///
/// The source will never close the fd -- you must do it yourself.
/// ## `fd`
/// a file descriptor
/// ## `condition`
/// IO conditions to watch for on `fd`
/// ## `function`
/// a `GUnixFDSourceFunc`
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the ID (greater than 0) of the event source
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_fd_add_full")]
pub fn unix_fd_add<F>(fd: RawFd, condition: IOCondition, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        from_glib(ffi::g_unix_fd_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            fd,
            condition.into_glib(),
            Some(trampoline_unix_fd::<F>),
            into_raw_unix_fd(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_unix_fd::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to whenever a
/// UNIX file descriptor reaches the given IO condition.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly while the file descriptor matches the given IO condition
/// until it returns `Continue(false)`.
///
/// The default main loop almost always is the main loop of the main thread.
/// Thus, the closure is called on the main thread.
///
/// Different to `unix_fd_add()`, this does not require `func` to be
/// `Send` but can only be called from the thread that owns the main context.
///
/// This function panics if called from a different thread than the one that
/// owns the main context.
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_fd_add_full")]
pub fn unix_fd_add_local<F>(fd: RawFd, condition: IOCondition, func: F) -> SourceId
where
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let context = MainContext::default();
        let _acquire = context
            .acquire()
            .expect("default main context already acquired by another thread");
        from_glib(ffi::g_unix_fd_add_full(
            ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT,
            fd,
            condition.into_glib(),
            Some(trampoline_unix_fd_local::<F>),
            into_raw_unix_fd_local(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_unix_fd_local::<F>),
        ))
    }
}

/// The priority of sources
///
#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, Eq, PartialEq)]
pub struct Priority(i32);

#[doc(hidden)]
impl IntoGlib for Priority {
    type GlibType = i32;

    #[inline]
    fn into_glib(self) -> i32 {
        self.0
    }
}

#[doc(hidden)]
impl FromGlib<i32> for Priority {
    #[inline]
    unsafe fn from_glib(val: i32) -> Self {
        Self(val)
    }
}

impl Default for Priority {
    fn default() -> Self {
        PRIORITY_DEFAULT
    }
}

/// Use this for high priority event sources.
///
/// It is not used within GLib or GTK+.
#[doc(alias = "G_PRIORITY_HIGH")]
pub const PRIORITY_HIGH: Priority = Priority(ffi::G_PRIORITY_HIGH);
/// Use this for default priority event sources.
///
/// In GLib this priority is used when adding timeout functions
/// with `g_timeout_add()`. In GDK this priority is used for events
/// from the X server.
#[doc(alias = "G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT")]
pub const PRIORITY_DEFAULT: Priority = Priority(ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT);
/// Use this for high priority idle functions.
///
/// GTK+ uses `G_PRIORITY_HIGH_IDLE` + 10 for resizing operations,
/// and `G_PRIORITY_HIGH_IDLE` + 20 for redrawing operations. (This is
/// done to ensure that any pending resizes are processed before any
/// pending redraws, so that widgets are not redrawn twice unnecessarily.)
#[doc(alias = "G_PRIORITY_HIGH_IDLE")]
pub const PRIORITY_HIGH_IDLE: Priority = Priority(ffi::G_PRIORITY_HIGH_IDLE);
/// Use this for default priority idle functions.
///
/// In GLib this priority is used when adding idle functions with
/// `g_idle_add()`.
#[doc(alias = "G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT_IDLE")]
pub const PRIORITY_DEFAULT_IDLE: Priority = Priority(ffi::G_PRIORITY_DEFAULT_IDLE);
/// Use this for very low priority background tasks.
///
/// It is not used within GLib or GTK+.
#[doc(alias = "G_PRIORITY_LOW")]
pub const PRIORITY_LOW: Priority = Priority(ffi::G_PRIORITY_LOW);

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the return `Source` is attached to when it's idle.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly until it returns `Continue(false)`.
#[doc(alias = "g_idle_source_new")]
pub fn idle_source_new<F>(name: Option<&str>, priority: Priority, func: F) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_idle_source_new();
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to at regular
/// intervals with millisecond granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` milliseconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events. Prefer `timeout_add_seconds` when millisecond
/// precision is not necessary.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Creates a new timeout source.
///
/// The source will not initially be associated with any [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext]
/// and must be added to one with `g_source_attach()` before it will be
/// executed.
///
/// The interval given is in terms of monotonic time, not wall clock
/// time. See [`monotonic_time()`][crate::monotonic_time()].
/// ## `interval`
/// the timeout interval in milliseconds.
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the newly-created timeout source
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_source_new")]
pub fn timeout_source_new<F>(
    interval: Duration,
    name: Option<&str>,
    priority: Priority,
    func: F,
) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_timeout_source_new(interval.as_millis() as _);
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to at regular
/// intervals with second granularity.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every `interval` seconds until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`. Precise timing is not guaranteed, the timeout may
/// be delayed by other events.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Creates a new timeout source.
///
/// The source will not initially be associated with any [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext]
/// and must be added to one with `g_source_attach()` before it will be
/// executed.
///
/// The scheduling granularity/accuracy of this timeout source will be
/// in seconds.
///
/// The interval given is in terms of monotonic time, not wall clock time.
/// See [`monotonic_time()`][crate::monotonic_time()].
/// ## `interval`
/// the timeout interval in seconds
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the newly-created timeout source
#[doc(alias = "g_timeout_source_new_seconds")]
pub fn timeout_source_new_seconds<F>(
    interval: u32,
    name: Option<&str>,
    priority: Priority,
    func: F,
) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_timeout_source_new_seconds(interval);
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to when a child
/// process exits.
///
/// `func` will be called when `pid` exits
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Creates a new child_watch source.
///
/// The source will not initially be associated with any [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext]
/// and must be added to one with `g_source_attach()` before it will be
/// executed.
///
/// Note that child watch sources can only be used in conjunction with
/// `g_spawn...` when the [`SpawnFlags::DO_NOT_REAP_CHILD`][crate::SpawnFlags::DO_NOT_REAP_CHILD] flag is used.
///
/// Note that on platforms where `GPid` must be explicitly closed
/// (see `g_spawn_close_pid()`) `pid` must not be closed while the
/// source is still active. Typically, you will want to call
/// `g_spawn_close_pid()` in the callback function for the source.
///
/// On POSIX platforms, the following restrictions apply to this API
/// due to limitations in POSIX process interfaces:
///
/// * `pid` must be a child of this process
/// * `pid` must be positive
/// * the application must not call `waitpid` with a non-positive
///  first argument, for instance in another thread
/// * the application must not wait for `pid` to exit by any other
///  mechanism, including `waitpid(pid, ...)` or a second child-watch
///  source for the same `pid`
/// * the application must not ignore `SIGCHLD`
///
/// If any of those conditions are not met, this and related APIs will
/// not work correctly. This can often be diagnosed via a GLib warning
/// stating that `ECHILD` was received by `waitpid`.
///
/// Calling `waitpid` for specific processes other than `pid` remains a
/// valid thing to do.
/// ## `pid`
/// process to watch. On POSIX the positive pid of a child process. On
/// Windows a handle for a process (which doesn't have to be a child).
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the newly-created child watch source
#[doc(alias = "g_child_watch_source_new")]
pub fn child_watch_source_new<F>(
    pid: Pid,
    name: Option<&str>,
    priority: Priority,
    func: F,
) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut(Pid, i32) + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_child_watch_source_new(pid.0);
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(transmute::<
                _,
                unsafe extern "C" fn(ffi::gpointer) -> ffi::gboolean,
            >(trampoline_child_watch::<F> as *const ())),
            into_raw_child_watch(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_child_watch::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to whenever a
/// UNIX signal is raised.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly every time `signum` is raised until it
/// returns `Continue(false)`.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Create a [`Source`][crate::Source] that will be dispatched upon delivery of the UNIX
/// signal `signum`. In GLib versions before 2.36, only `SIGHUP`, `SIGINT`,
/// `SIGTERM` can be monitored. In GLib 2.36, `SIGUSR1` and `SIGUSR2`
/// were added. In GLib 2.54, `SIGWINCH` was added.
///
/// Note that unlike the UNIX default, all sources which have created a
/// watch will be dispatched, regardless of which underlying thread
/// invoked `g_unix_signal_source_new()`.
///
/// For example, an effective use of this function is to handle `SIGTERM`
/// cleanly; flushing any outstanding files, and then calling
/// g_main_loop_quit (). It is not safe to do any of this a regular
/// UNIX signal handler; your handler may be invoked while `malloc()` or
/// another library function is running, causing reentrancy if you
/// attempt to use it from the handler. None of the GLib/GObject API
/// is safe against this kind of reentrancy.
///
/// The interaction of this source when combined with native UNIX
/// functions like `sigprocmask()` is not defined.
///
/// The source will not initially be associated with any [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext]
/// and must be added to one with `g_source_attach()` before it will be
/// executed.
/// ## `signum`
/// A signal number
///
/// # Returns
///
/// A newly created [`Source`][crate::Source]
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_signal_source_new")]
pub fn unix_signal_source_new<F>(
    signum: i32,
    name: Option<&str>,
    priority: Priority,
    func: F,
) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut() -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_unix_signal_source_new(signum);
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(trampoline::<F>),
            into_raw(func),
            Some(destroy_closure::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

#[cfg(any(unix, feature = "dox"))]
#[cfg_attr(feature = "dox", doc(cfg(unix)))]
/// Adds a closure to be called by the main loop the returned `Source` is attached to whenever a
/// UNIX file descriptor reaches the given IO condition.
///
/// `func` will be called repeatedly while the file descriptor matches the given IO condition
/// until it returns `Continue(false)`.
// rustdoc-stripper-ignore-next-stop
/// Creates a [`Source`][crate::Source] to watch for a particular IO condition on a file
/// descriptor.
///
/// The source will never close the fd -- you must do it yourself.
/// ## `fd`
/// a file descriptor
/// ## `condition`
/// IO conditions to watch for on `fd`
///
/// # Returns
///
/// the newly created [`Source`][crate::Source]
#[doc(alias = "g_unix_fd_source_new")]
pub fn unix_fd_source_new<F>(
    fd: RawFd,
    condition: IOCondition,
    name: Option<&str>,
    priority: Priority,
    func: F,
) -> Source
where
    F: FnMut(RawFd, IOCondition) -> Continue + Send + 'static,
{
    unsafe {
        let source = ffi::g_unix_fd_source_new(fd, condition.into_glib());
        ffi::g_source_set_callback(
            source,
            Some(transmute::<
                _,
                unsafe extern "C" fn(ffi::gpointer) -> ffi::gboolean,
            >(trampoline_unix_fd::<F> as *const ())),
            into_raw_unix_fd(func),
            Some(destroy_closure_unix_fd::<F>),
        );
        ffi::g_source_set_priority(source, priority.into_glib());

        if let Some(name) = name {
            ffi::g_source_set_name(source, name.to_glib_none().0);
        }

        from_glib_full(source)
    }
}

impl Source {
    /// Adds a [`Source`][crate::Source] to a `context` so that it will be executed within
    /// that context. Remove it by calling `g_source_destroy()`.
    ///
    /// This function is safe to call from any thread, regardless of which thread
    /// the `context` is running in.
    /// ## `context`
    /// a [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext] (if [`None`], the default context will be used)
    ///
    /// # Returns
    ///
    /// the ID (greater than 0) for the source within the
    ///  [`MainContext`][crate::MainContext].
    #[doc(alias = "g_source_attach")]
    pub fn attach(&self, context: Option<&MainContext>) -> SourceId {
        unsafe {
            from_glib(ffi::g_source_attach(
                self.to_glib_none().0,
                context.to_glib_none().0,
            ))
        }
    }
}