└───liblfds710 └───inc └───liblfds710 lfds710_queue_umm.h
#define LFDS710_QUEUE_GET_KEY_FROM_ELEMENT( queue_umm_element )
- A struct lfds710_queue_umm_element. Not a pointer to it - the struct itself.
Returns a void pointer, the key from the element.
The key set into a queue element is only guranteed to be visible to another logical core once the element has been dequeued by a thread running on that logical core.
So, for example, if there was a globally allocated queue element, where a thread on logical core A set a value and then enqueued the element to the queue, a thread on logical core B would only be guaranteed to see the key set by the other thread once it dequeues the element from the queue.
As with all liblfds macros, the macro operates on the structure itself, not a pointer to it.
The key is not used in any way by the queue, and is provided for convenience when moving keys and values between different data structures.
Coming soon. No, really! (Written 29th Dec 2015).