Module Monitor = Async_kernel.Monitor


val sexp_of_t : t -> Sexplib.Sexp.t
include Core_kernel.Std.Invariant.S with type t := t
type t
val invariant : t Invariant_intf.inv
type 'a with_optional_monitor_name = ?here:Core_kernel.Std.Source_code_position.t -> ?info:Core_kernel.Std.Info.t -> ?name:string -> 'a
val create : (unit -> t) with_optional_monitor_name

create () returns a new monitor whose parent is the current monitor.

val name : t -> Core_kernel.Std.Info.t

name t returns the name of the monitor, or a unique id if no name was supplied to create.

val parent : t -> t option
val depth : t -> int
val current : unit -> t

current () returns the current monitor

val detach : t -> unit

detach t detaches t so that errors raised to t are not passed to t's parent monitor. If those errors aren't handled in some other way, then they will effectively be ignored. One should usually use detach_and_iter_errors so that errors are not ignored.

val detach_and_iter_errors : t -> f:(exn -> unit) -> unit

detach_and_iter_errors t ~f detaches t and passes to f all subsequent errors that reach t, stopping iteration if f raises an exception. An exception raised by f is sent to the monitor in effect when detach_and_iter_errors was called.

val detach_and_get_next_error : t -> exn Deferred.t

detach_and_get_next_error t detaches t and returns a deferred that becomes determined with the next error that reaches t (possibly never).

val detach_and_get_error_stream : t -> exn Async_kernel.Tail.Stream.t

detach_and_get_error_stream t detaches t and returns a stream of all subsequent errors that reach t.

Stream.iter (detach_and_get_error_stream t) ~f is equivalent to detach_and_iter_errors t ~f.

val get_next_error : t -> exn Deferred.t

get_next_error t returns a deferred that becomes determined the next time t gets an error, if ever. Calling get_next_error t does not detach t, and if no other call has detached t, then errors will still bubble up the monitor tree.

val extract_exn : exn -> exn

extract_exn exn extracts the exn from an error exn that comes from a monitor. If it is not supplied such an error exn, it returns the exn itself.

val has_seen_error : t -> bool

has_seen_error t returns true iff the monitor has ever seen an error.

val send_exn : t -> ?backtrace:[
| `Get
| `This of string
] -> exn -> unit

send_exn t exn ?backtrace sends the exception exn as an error to be handled by monitor t. By default, the error will not contain a backtrace. However, the caller can supply one using `This, or use `Get to request that send_exn obtain one using Exn.backtrace ().

val try_with : (?extract_exn:bool -> ?run:[
| `Now
| `Schedule
] -> ?rest:[
| `Log
| `Raise
] -> (unit -> 'a Deferred.t) -> ('a, exn) Core_kernel.Std.Result.t Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

try_with f runs f () in a monitor and returns the result as Ok x if f finishes normally, or returns Error e if there is some error. It either runs f now, if run = `Now, or schedules a job to run f, if run = `Schedule. Once a result is returned, the rest of the errors raised by f are logged or re-raised, as per rest. try_with never raises synchronously, and may only raise asynchronously with rest = `Raise.

The name argument is used to give a name to the monitor the computation will be running in. This name will appear when printing errors.

try_with runs f () in a new monitor t that has no parent. This works because try_with calls detach_and_get_error_stream t and explicitly handles all errors sent to t. No errors would ever implicitly propagate to t's parent, although try_with will explicitly send them to t's parent with rest = `Raise.

If extract_exn = true, then in an Error exn result, the exn will be the actual exception raised by the computation. If extract_exn = false, then the exn will include additional information, like the monitor and backtrace. One typically wants extract_exn = false due to the additional information. However, sometimes one wants the concision of extract_exn = true.

val try_with_or_error : (?extract_exn:bool -> (unit -> 'a Deferred.t) -> 'a Core_kernel.Std.Or_error.t Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

try_with_or_error is like try_with but returns 'a Or_error.t Deferred.t instead of ('a,exn) Result.t Deferred.t. More precisely:

      try_with_or_error f ?extract_exn
      = try_with f ?extract_exn ~run:`Now ~rest:`Log >>| Or_error.of_exn_result

~run:`Now is different from try_with's default, ~run:`Schedule. Based on experience, we think ~run:`Now is a better behavior.

val try_with_join_or_error : (?extract_exn:bool -> (unit -> 'a Core_kernel.Std.Or_error.t Deferred.t) -> 'a Core_kernel.Std.Or_error.t Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

try_with_join_or_error f = try_with_or_error f >>| Or_error.join.

val handle_errors : ((unit -> 'a Deferred.t) -> (exn -> unit) -> 'a Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

handle_errors ?name f handler runs f () inside a new monitor with the optionally supplied name, and calls handler error on every error raised to that monitor. Any error raised by handler goes to the monitor in effect when handle_errors was called.

Errors that are raised after f () becomes determined will still be sent to handler; i.e. the new monitor lives as long as jobs created by f live.

val catch_stream : ((unit -> unit) -> exn Async_kernel.Tail.Stream.t) with_optional_monitor_name

catch_stream ?name f runs f () inside a new monitor m and returns the stream of errors raised to m.

val catch : ((unit -> unit) -> exn Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

catch ?name f runs f () inside a new monitor m and returns the first error raised to m.

val catch_error : ((unit -> unit) -> Core_kernel.Std.Error.t Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

catch_error ?name f runs f () inside of a new monitor m and returns the first error raised to m.

val protect : ((unit -> 'a Deferred.t) -> finally:(unit -> unit Deferred.t) -> 'a Deferred.t) with_optional_monitor_name

protect f ~finally runs f () and then finally regardless of the success or failure of f. It re-raises any exception thrown by f or returns whatever f returned.

The name argument is used to give a name to the monitor the computation will be running in. This name will appear when printing the errors.

val main : t

This it the initial monitor and is the root of the monitor tree. Unhandled exceptions are raised to this monitor.

module Exported_for_scheduler : sig .. end