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Re: Windows Build Broken - Feature Branch

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Windows Build Broken - Feature Branch
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 17:01:33 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>Hi Derek,
>>From: Derek Robert Price
>>Hopefully.  Occassionally, when Windows is involved, they say
>>something along the lines of "do it yourself", but mostly they try to
>>support it.  We'll probably get  the nanosleep since it really just
>>requires <winsock.h> or, alternatively, a declaration of select() &
>>timeval in nanosleep.c.
>Looks like we have a solution for "nanosleep".
>How do you want divide the work?

Feel free to submit a patch!  :)

>>If we get the gettime, I suspect it will involve more standards (C89,
>>C99, POSIX, etc.) than your suggestion.  If you'd like to research
>>whether Windows made any concessions in that department to any of the
>>various standards, you might be able to speed things up.  Keeping in
>>mind, of course, that the GNULIB folks know quite a bit more about
>>standards and portability than I and still often take off in
>>directions I didn't expect.  :)
>Jim Hyslop is the only other respondent to the "gettime" inquiry.  Is
>Jim on the CVS Project, GNULib Project or both?
>Any interest in a temporary hack until a better solution appears?

I'm not quite ready to give up hope that someone will pipe up with a
better solution yet.  Let's wait a bit before we give up hope.


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