State supers: State
This thread's run loop.
instance (id) current;
Return this thread's RunLoop, creating it if it does not yet exist.
The read and write sets.
The timers scheduled with us.
The delegate, if we have one.
Iff TRUE, one of the descriptor sets was changed, indicating to the run method that it should update some of its local variables.
Iff TRUE, the timers was changed.
id (self) init;
Run this runloop. This method does not return.
void addDescriptorForRead Descriptor descriptor delegate DescriptorReadDelegate delegate;
Add the descriptor to this runloop, read events on which are to be handled by the delegate. This does not protect against adding the descriptor to only a single runloop.
void addDescriptorForWrite Descriptor descriptor delegate DescriptorWriteDelegate delegate;
Similar to addDescriptorForRead delegate, add the descriptor to this runloop, write events on which are to be handled by the delegate.
void removeReadDescriptor Descriptor descriptor;
Remove the descriptor from this runloop. No check is performed on whether the descriptor actually is registered for reading with this runloop.
void removeWriteDescriptor Descriptor descriptor;
Similar to removeReadDescriptor, but the descriptor is removed from the write set.
void add_timer Timer timer;
Add the timer to the current run loop.
void remove_timer Timer timer;
Remove the timer which is scheduled with this run loop.
deferred void runLoopWillSelect RunLoop loop;
Be notified that the RunLoop loop will do another select.
This extension of All provides delayed performance.
void perform selector sel after double seconds with dynamic arguments pre seconds >= 0.0;
Perform the selector sel with the arguments after seconds delay. Even if seconds is 0, the invocation is not fired immediately; a timer is always set to have the RunLoop fire the invocation.