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#ifndef SHARE_LOGGING_LOGOUTPUTLIST_HPP
#define SHARE_LOGGING_LOGOUTPUTLIST_HPP

#include "logging/logLevel.hpp"
#include "memory/allocation.hpp"
#include "utilities/globalDefinitions.hpp"

class LogOutput;

// Data structure to keep track of log outputs for a given tagset.
// Essentially a sorted linked list going from error level outputs
// to outputs of finer levels. Keeps an index from each level to
// the first node in the list for the corresponding level.
// This allows a log message on, for example, info level to jump
// straight into the list where the first info level output can
// be found. The log message will then be printed on that output,
// as well as all outputs in nodes that follow in the list (which
// can be additional info level outputs and/or debug and trace outputs).
//
// Each instance keeps track of the number of current readers of the list.
// To remove a node from the list the node must first be unlinked,
// and the memory for that node can be freed whenever the removing
// thread observes an active reader count of 0 (after unlinking it).
class LogOutputList {
 private:
  struct LogOutputNode : public CHeapObj<mtLogging> {
    LogOutput*      _value;
    LogOutputNode*  _next;
    LogLevelType    _level;
  };

  LogOutputNode*  _level_start[LogLevel::Count];
  volatile jint   _active_readers;

  LogOutputNode* find(const LogOutput* output) const;
  void remove_output(LogOutputNode* node);
  void add_output(LogOutput* output, LogLevelType level);
  void update_output_level(LogOutputNode* node, LogLevelType level);

  // Bookkeeping functions to keep track of number of active readers/iterators for the list.
  jint increase_readers();
  jint decrease_readers();
  void wait_until_no_readers() const;

 public:
  LogOutputList() : _active_readers(0) {
    for (size_t i = 0; i < LogLevel::Count; i++) {
      _level_start[i] = NULL;
    }
  }

  // Test if the outputlist has an output for the given level.
  bool is_level(LogLevelType level) const {
    return _level_start[level] != NULL;
  }

  LogLevelType level_for(const LogOutput* output) const {
    LogOutputNode* node = this->find(output);
    if (node == NULL) {
      return LogLevel::Off;
    }
    return node->_level;
  }

  // Set (add/update/remove) the output to the specified level.
  void set_output_level(LogOutput* output, LogLevelType level);

  class Iterator {
    friend class LogOutputList;
   private:
    LogOutputNode*  _current;
    LogOutputList*  _list;
    Iterator(LogOutputList* list, LogOutputNode* start) : _current(start), _list(list) {
    }

   public:
    ~Iterator() {
      _list->decrease_readers();
    }

    LogOutput* operator*() {
      return _current->_value;
    }

    void operator++(int) {
      _current = _current->_next;
    }

    bool operator!=(const LogOutputNode *ref) const {
      return _current != ref;
    }

    LogLevelType level() const {
      return _current->_level;
    }
  };

  Iterator iterator(LogLevelType level = LogLevel::Last) {
    increase_readers();
    return Iterator(this, _level_start[level]);
  }

  LogOutputNode* end() const {
    return NULL;
  }
};

#endif // SHARE_LOGGING_LOGOUTPUTLIST_HPP