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package androidx.datastore.rxjava3

import android.content.Context
import androidx.annotation.GuardedBy
import androidx.datastore.core.DataMigration
import androidx.datastore.core.Serializer
import androidx.datastore.core.handlers.ReplaceFileCorruptionHandler
import io.reactivex.rxjava3.core.Scheduler
import io.reactivex.rxjava3.schedulers.Schedulers
import kotlin.properties.ReadOnlyProperty
import kotlin.reflect.KProperty

 * Creates a property delegate for a single process DataStore. This should only be called once
 * in a file (at the top level), and all usages of the DataStore should use a reference the same
 * Instance. The receiver type for the property delegate must be an instance of [Context].
 * This should only be used from a single application in a single classloader in a single process.
 * Example usage:
 * ```
 * val Context.myRxDataStore by rxDataStore("filename", serializer)
 * class SomeClass(val context: Context) {
 *    fun update(): Single<Settings> = context.myRxDataStore.updateDataAsync {...}
 * }
 * ```
 * @param fileName the filename relative to Context.filesDir that DataStore acts on. The File is
 * obtained by calling File(context.filesDir, "datastore/$fileName")). No two instances of DataStore
 * should act on the same file at the same time.
 * @param corruptionHandler The corruptionHandler is invoked if DataStore encounters a
 * [androidx.datastore.core.CorruptionException] when attempting to read data. CorruptionExceptions
 * are thrown by serializers when data can not be de-serialized.
 * @param produceMigrations produce the migrations. The ApplicationContext is passed in to these
 * callbacks as a parameter. DataMigrations are run before any access to data can occur. Each
 * producer and migration may be run more than once whether or not it already succeeded
 * (potentially because another migration failed or a write to disk failed.)
 * @param scheduler The scheduler in which IO operations and transform functions will execute.
 * @return a property delegate that manages a datastore as a singleton.
public fun <T : Any> rxDataStore(
    fileName: String,
    serializer: Serializer<T>,
    corruptionHandler: ReplaceFileCorruptionHandler<T>? = null,
    produceMigrations: (Context) -> List<DataMigration<T>> = { listOf() },
    scheduler: Scheduler = Schedulers.io()
): ReadOnlyProperty<Context, RxDataStore<T>> {
    return RxDataStoreSingletonDelegate(

 * Delegate class to manage DataStore as a singleton.
internal class RxDataStoreSingletonDelegate<T : Any> internal constructor(
    private val fileName: String,
    private val serializer: Serializer<T>,
    private val corruptionHandler: ReplaceFileCorruptionHandler<T>?,
    private val produceMigrations: (Context) -> List<DataMigration<T>> = { listOf() },
    private val scheduler: Scheduler
) : ReadOnlyProperty<Context, RxDataStore<T>> {

    private val lock = Any()

    private var INSTANCE: RxDataStore<T>? = null

     * Gets the instance of the DataStore.
     * @param thisRef must be an instance of [Context]
     * @param property not used
    override fun getValue(thisRef: Context, property: KProperty<*>): RxDataStore<T> {
        return INSTANCE ?: synchronized(lock) {
            if (INSTANCE == null) {
                INSTANCE = with(RxDataStoreBuilder(thisRef, fileName, serializer)) {
                    produceMigrations(thisRef.applicationContext).forEach {
                    corruptionHandler?.let { setCorruptionHandler(it) }