Subject: [boost] [Boost.Timer] Why timer doesn't have a specific windows version using QueryPerformanceCounter() and QueryPerformanceFrequency()?
Date: 2010-11-03 08:53:40
Boost.Timer is based on the C function clock(). On windows, this function gives
a precision of 1 millisecond only as CLOCKS_PER_SEC is equal to 1000.
Why Boost.Timer doesn't use for windows QueryPerformanceCounter() and
QueryPerformanceFrequency()? These functions give a precision around 2
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