Non-blocking, Async-friendly print functions
This module overrides everything in the
Sys module that might block.
A set of busy-poll functions.
Returns the underlying epoll value.
Fd.t is a wrapper around a Unix file descriptor, with additional information
about the kind of file descriptor and logic to ensure that we don't use a file
descriptor that has been closed, or close a file descriptor that is in use.
Fd_by_descr is a table of the open
Fd.ts, indexed by file descriptor number.
File_descr_watcher_intf.S provides an API for for watching a set of file descriptors
to see if they are ready for reading or writing.
An interruptor provides a file descriptor that can be used to cause a file-descr-watcher to detect the file descriptor is ready for reading.
In_thread module has functions for interaction between the Async world and other
Async.Process is for creating child processes of the current process, and
communicating with children via their stdin, stdout, and stderr.
Reader is Async's main API for buffered input from a file descriptor.
Read_write is like
Dirpair, except "buy/sell" has been changed to "read/write".
shutdown ?force status initiates shutdown, which runs all the
functions, waits for them to finish, and then exits with the supplied status.
We override values from
Core.Std.Signal that we don't want people to use with
A signal manager keeps track of a set of signals to be managed and the signal handlers for them.
A thread pool is a set of OCaml threads used to do work, where each piece of work is simply a thunk.
Thread_safe module has functions that are safe to call from threads outside
A thread-safe pipe is a thread-safe interface to the write end of a normal
Unix_syscalls provides an interface to many of the functions in OCaml's standard
Writer is Async's main API for output to a file descriptor.