Subject: [boost] [Chrono] Proposed library now feature complete
From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-18 12:14:39
The Chrono library in the sandbox is now more-or-less feature complete.
In addition to the C++0x features, timers have been added to replace the
old Boost.Timer library which will become deprecated.
The feature list includes:
* The C++0x Standard Library's time utilities, including:
o Class template duration
o Class template time_point
* Class template |timer|, with typedefs:
* Process clocks and timers:
o |process_clock|, capturing real, user-CPU, and system-CPU times.
o |process_timer|, capturing elapsed real, user-CPU, and
o |run_timer|, convenient reporting of |process_timer| results.
* The C++0x Standard Library's compile-time rational arithmetic.
The implementation is now working and lightly tested on Windows with
VC++ 9.0 SP1 and Intel ia32 11.0 compilers, and on Ubuntu Linux with GCC
There is a bit more documentation, but it is still needs much work.
Comments are welcome.
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