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       Coro::Signal - thread signals (binary semaphores)


        use Coro;

        my $sig = new Coro::Signal;

        $sig->wait; # wait for signal

        # ... some other "thread"



       This module implements signals/binary semaphores/condition variables (basically all the
       same thing). You can wait for a signal to occur or send it, in which case it will wake up
       one waiter, or it can be broadcast, waking up all waiters.

       It is recommended not to mix "send" and "broadcast" calls on the same "Coro::Signal"
       without some deep thinking: while it should work as documented, it can easily confuse you

       You don't have to load "Coro::Signal" manually, it will be loaded automatically when you
       "use Coro" and call the "new" constructor.

       $sig = new Coro::Signal;
           Create a new signal.

           Wait for the signal to occur (via either "send" or "broadcast"). Returns immediately
           if the signal has been sent before.

       $sig->wait ($callback)
           If you pass a callback argument to "wait", it will not wait, but immediately return.
           The callback will be called under the same conditions as "wait" without arguments
           would continue the thrad.

           The callback might wake up any number of threads, but is NOT allowed to block (switch
           to other threads).

           Send the signal, waking up one waiting process or remember the signal if no process is

           Send the signal, waking up all waiting process. If no process is waiting the signal is

           Return true when the signal is being awaited by some process.


          Marc A. Lehmann <>