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// Package run implements an actor-runner with deterministic teardown. It is
// somewhat similar to package errgroup, except it does not require actor
// goroutines to understand context semantics. This makes it suitable for use in
// more circumstances; for example, goroutines which are handling connections
// from net.Listeners, or scanning input from a closable io.Reader.
package run
// Group collects actors (functions) and runs them concurrently.
// When one actor (function) returns, all actors are interrupted.
// The zero value of a Group is useful.
type Group struct {
actors []actor
}
// Add an actor (function) to the group. Each actor must be pre-emptable by an
// interrupt function. That is, if interrupt is invoked, execute should return.
// Also, it must be safe to call interrupt even after execute has returned.
//
// The first actor (function) to return interrupts all running actors.
// The error is passed to the interrupt functions, and is returned by Run.
func (g *Group) Add(execute func() error, interrupt func(error)) {
g.actors = append(g.actors, actor{execute, interrupt})
}
// Run all actors (functions) concurrently.
// When the first actor returns, all others are interrupted.
// Run only returns when all actors have exited.
// Run returns the error returned by the first exiting actor.
func (g *Group) Run() error {
if len(g.actors) == 0 {
return nil
}
// Run each actor.
errors := make(chan error, len(g.actors))
for _, a := range g.actors {
go func(a actor) {
errors <- a.execute()
}(a)
}
// Wait for the first actor to stop.
err := <-errors
// Signal all actors to stop.
for _, a := range g.actors {
a.interrupt(err)
}
// Wait for all actors to stop.
for i := 1; i < cap(errors); i++ {
<-errors
}
// Return the original error.
return err
}
type actor struct {
execute func() error
interrupt func(error)
}
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