ec_cache_resolve — Look up an element from the cache
int **ec_cache_resolve** ( | cache, | |
| | key, | |
| | keylen, | |
| | elt, | |
| | resolver
); | |
ec_cache_t * <var class="pdparam">cache</var>;
const char * <var class="pdparam">key</var>;
int <var class="pdparam">keylen</var>;
ec_cache_elt ** <var class="pdparam">elt</var>;
ec_cache_resolver ** <var class="pdparam">resolver</var>;
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Look up an element from the cache.
Operates similarly to ec_cache_find: If there is a cache hit, *elt will be set to reference the cache element and EC_CACHE_HIT will be returned. The caller is responsible for delref'ing the cache element when it is done using it.
If there is a cache miss, *elt will be set to NULL and *resolver will be set to a resolver object that represents the resolution process for satisfying the lookup. If this is the first lookup for a given key, a fresh resolver will be created and ec_cache_resolve will return EC_CACHE_MISS. This key will now be considered pending until the resolver is destroyed. The caller is expected to complete the resolution in whatever way it sees fit; once "complete", it should call ec_cache_resolver_set_complete and release its reference on the resolver.
If there is a cache miss and there is a pending resolver for the requested key, *resolver will be set to reference that resolver and ec_cache_resolve will return EC_CACHE_PENDING. The caller is expected to call ec_cache_resolver_run_on_completion to inform the resolver how to wake the caller when the lookup completes. After calling ec_cache_resolver_run_on_completion, the caller MUST also call ec_cache_resolver_delref to release the resolver context; completion routines are not triggered until all references are released.
It is an error to pass in NULL as the resolver parameter.