From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-22 17:37:27
On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 22:53:51 +0100, Val Samko wrote
> VS> What is the type of timeval, used in class microsec_clock?
> I just realised that you use posix function/struct there.
> Unfortunately this does not work with VC++.
> What about
> #ifdef _WIN32
> in microsec_time_clock.hpp ?
Sure, I have no problem putting in a Windows version of this. Technically
I've considered this feature 'experimental' in that I hadn't found time, nor
personal need to port it to Windows. It works fine on all platforms that define:
which does include some windows compilers. I notice that the test code now
actually gets defaulted to pass if a platform doesn't support this which is
odd b/c I know at least one Windows vendor that fixed their get time of day
implementation when I first put this in and the test was failing. Anyway,
that should be changed to fail if it is unavailable.
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