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compcode [2011/06/06 10:48] (current)
Stéphane Lavirotte [Source Code]
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 <code csharp> <code csharp>
-using WComp.Beans     // Contains the definition of the [Bean] attribute+using System;
 using System.Threading;​ // For the thread demo purposes using System.Threading;​ // For the thread demo purposes
 +using WComp.Beans;​
  
-namespace ​Your_Namespace_Name ​{+namespace ​WComp.Beans 
 +{ 
 + /// <​summary>​ 
 + /// This is a sample bean, using a thread, which has an integer evented property and a method  
 +        ///     to start the thread. 
 + ///  
 + /// Notes: this bean uses the IThreadCreator interface providing a cleanup method named `Stop()'​. 
 + /// Several classes can be defined or used by a Bean, but only the class with the 
 + /// [Bean] attribute will be available in WComp. Its ports will be all public methods, 
 + ///     ​events and properties definied in that class. 
 + /// </​summary>​ 
 + [Bean(Category="​MyCategory"​)] 
 + public class BeanThread1 : IThreadCreator { 
 + private Thread t;   // Private attributes of the class 
 + private volatile bool run = false; 
 + private int sleepVal = 1000; 
 + private volatile int eventValue;​ 
 +  
 + public BeanThread1() { 
 + // Put here your init instructions 
 + eventValue = 10; 
 +
 +  
 + public void Start() {  // method starting the thread 
 + if (!run) { 
 + run = true; 
 + t = new Thread(new ThreadStart(ThreadLoopMethod));​ 
 + t.Start();​ 
 + }  
 +
 + public void Stop() {   // IThreadCreator defines the Stop() method 
 + run = false; 
 + }  
 +  
 + // Loop sample 
 + public void ThreadLoopMethod() { 
 + while(run) { 
 + Thread.Sleep(sleepVal);​ 
 + // Check if the output is connected 
 + if(Output_Sample != null) 
 + // call the connected methods sequentially 
 + Output_Sample(eventValue);​ 
 + // and so on... 
 +
 +
 +  
 + // --- Start: Input port sample --- 
 + // an input port is a public method (like below) 
 + public void Input_Sample(int intParam) { 
 + eventValue = intParam; 
 + // No return value is expected in WComp: 
 + // results are given using events 
 +
 + // --- End: Input port sample --- 
 +  
 + // --- Start: Output port sample --- 
 + public delegate void Output_Sample_Signature(int val); 
 + // The delegate defines the signature of the output method 
 + public event Output_Sample_Signature Output_Sample;​ 
 + // The output port is the event, named here Output_Sample 
 + // --- End: Output port sample --- 
 +
 +}
  
-    [Bean] 
-    public class Your_CSharpBean_Name : IThreadCreator { 
-        private Thread t;      // Private attributes of the class 
-        private volatile bool run; 
-        private volatile int eventValue; 
- 
-        public Your_CSharpBean_Name() { 
-            // Put here your init instructions 
-            t = new Thread(new ThreadStart(ThreadLoopMethod));​ 
-            run = false; 
-            eventValue = 10; 
-        } 
- 
-        public void Start() {  // method starting the thread 
-            if (!run) { 
-                run = true; 
-                t.Start(); ​ 
-            }  
-        } 
-        public void Stop() {   // since version 2.4.0.856, 
-            run = false; ​      // IThreadCreator defines the Stop() method 
-        }  
- 
-         // Loop sample 
-         ​public void ThreadLoopMethod() { 
-             ​while(run) { 
-                 ​Thread.Sleep(1000);​ 
-                 // Check if the output is connected 
-                 ​if(Output_Sample != null) 
-                     // call the connected methods sequentially 
-                     ​Output_Sample(eventValue);​ 
-                // and so on... 
-             } 
-        } 
- 
-        // --- Start: Input port sample --- 
-        // an input port is a public method (like below) 
-        public void Input_Sample(int intParam) { 
-            eventValue = intParam; 
-            // No return value is expected in WComp: 
-            // results are given using events 
-        } 
-        // --- End: Input port sample --- 
- 
-        // --- Start: Output port sample --- 
-        public delegate void Output_Sample_Signature(int val); 
-        // The delegate defines the signature of the output method 
-        public event Output_Sample_Signature Output_Sample;​ 
-        // The output port is the event, named here Output_Sample 
-        // --- End: Output port sample --- 
-    } 
-} 
 </​code>​ </​code>​
- 
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