sys/times.h and mingw
thiago at kde.org
Fri May 26 11:37:18 CEST 2006
Paulo Jorge Guedes wrote:
>It's not a typo, bigread.cpp calls times(). I don't know how much
>times() is used across KDE though, and if we should worry with this for
>Windows. A quick grep shows it's only used from bigread.cpp and
>bigwrite.cpp so I guess we can #ifdef it.
Ok, now I understand what "bigread" means: it's probably throttling its
read behaviour so as to not clog the CPU. If it detects it's consuming
too much CPU time, it'll probably yield the processor.
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