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Re: Time/Speed of de/compression summary

From: Adam Tuja
Subject: Re: Time/Speed of de/compression summary
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2022 18:01:13 +0100

Thank you for the patch, but it introduces dependencies on things like
clock_t ot CLOCKS_PER_SEC which I'm not sure how portable and problem-free
they are, and just now I have not the time to assess such potential problems
for a minor detail like this.

I see.
I found it in libc manual, CPU time inquiry:

There is also processor time inquiry (https://www.gnu.org/software/libc/manual/html_node/Processor-Time.html) but it uses clock_t s well.

As forportability, the oldest compilers I have tested were: it is defined in gcc-4.1/glibc-2.5, clang-3.2 (uses libc), mingw since at least mingw-gcc-3.4.2. Arm is using newer compiler/s. I don't have other OSes to test.

If someone wants to test it I attached test file in C.


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