When `Release`, if the remaining tokens are not enough for the front waiter, no waiters will be notified. So if the canceled waiter is the front one, it should try to notify following waiters if there are remaining tokens. I found this bug when implementing a cancelable rwmutex based on semaphore: https://github.com/zhiqiangxu/util/blob/master/mutex/crwmutex.go This bug can be verified by this test: https://github.com/zhiqiangxu/util/blob/master/mutex/crwmutex_test.go#L43 Change-Id: Id8564976bd375a82c4fbc6cb08b0bb83118a346c GitHub-Last-Rev:
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This repository provides Go concurrency primitives in addition to the ones provided by the language and "sync" and "sync/atomic" packages.
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