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After observing the writing methods of other big men, most of them are adopted Timer + goroutine Realized. It's not difficult. Start code

Configuration file structure

If our configuration file is a JSON file, it should be like this

 // conf.json
  "host": "",
  "port": 6379,
  "passwd": "",
  "db": 0

The first thing is to write a structure exactly like it

 //JSON configuration file structure 
 type content struct {host string ` JSON: "host" '
 port Int ` JSON: "port"' 
 passwd string ` JSON: "passwd" '
 DB Int ` JSON: "DB"'}

If it is not safe to continue to write operation functions on this structure, serialized JSON is also a direct operation pointer. Before they split their trial and error, and finally let them together 233

Optimize structure

Finally, change the structure, lock, file name together

 //Configuration structure 
 type config struct {file string 
 lastmodifytime Int64 
 lock * sync. Rwmutex 
 data interface {}}}

Write factory functions for instance configuration (this is a conventional rule. You can verify the specific source by yourself. It has many advantages)

 func NewConfig(filename string, data interface{}) *Config {
    conf := &Config{
        Filename: filename,
        Data: data,
        Lock: &sync.RWMutex{},


    go conf.reload()

    return conf

Here, the configuration structure is configured with default parameters. The external input parameters are The file name of the configuration file and Configuration file structure Here, the data type is the interface type. The advantage is that Config Can be independent, code Multiple reuse We also used it conf.parse() Method, parse the file for the first time, go conf.reload() Method starts a goroutine run separately (see the following for specific effects), and the result of course returns to the ontology

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