Date: 2001-03-22 15:51:58
--- In boost_at_y..., williamkempf_at_h... wrote:
> Boost already has something along these lines. The Boost.Timer
> library provides simple timing results. What we're discussing here
> goes the extra step to providing actual time results, i.e. they
> you to get the current time of day at the highest possible
> for a given platform, for instance. Check out the web page I sent
> the original article. It gives a very good description of what's
> being discussed here.
Oops caught red handed just scimming the docs again.
Sorry if I led the discussion in the wrong direction it wasn't my
purpose (I should read more thoroughly than i did before mailing my
opionions or proposing solutions ;)).
You learn something new with boost everyday.(I've missed the
Boost.Time header). But maybe one should make the Boost.Timer policy
based to be able to use other timer methods than clock()?
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