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iv_init, iv_deinit, iv_inited - initialise and deinitialise ivykis
iv_init initialises the current thread's ivykis event loop.
Each thread that wants to use ivykis must call iv_init before any other
ivykis functions are called.
The very first call to iv_init in a process must run to completion
before other threads are allowed to call iv_init, but subsequent calls
to iv_init can be done concurrently.
iv_deinit frees all resources allocated by ivykis in this thread, and
should be called before this thread exits.
iv_inited returns true if iv_init has been called in this thread.
After iv_deinit is called, it will return false.
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