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more clocks (was: Rolling new releases)

From: Justus Winter
Subject: more clocks (was: Rolling new releases)
Date: Wed, 07 Oct 2015 00:17:13 +0200
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Quoting David Michael (2015-10-06 23:49:00)
> Finally, a question on a somewhat related note ... maybe for the next
> release:  I haven't looked into it much yet, but I was thinking maybe
> gnumach's new boot-time clock could be exported to provide real
> CLOCK_MONOTONIC support for glibc.  Are you aware of any details in
> its implementation that would make it inapplicable?  Linux apparently
> uses time since boot as the return value for CLOCK_MONOTONIC as well.

Yes, we should do that.  It is a matter of creating a new interface,
so that one can select the clock, maybe host_{g,s}et_time2.  And the
mapped time interface could export all the clocks.  And glibc should
be patched to map the time source and use it instead of host_get_time.


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