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From "Duft Markus" <>
Subject RE: [PING] Re: library and build sizes on Windows
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2007 09:15:38 GMT
Hi all!

I assume you're not in C/C++ ? There you could get the times you want
with the GetProcessTimes() API. I don't think that theres a ready to use
programm like /bin/time for this, but it should't be too hard to write
something like this.

Cheers, Markus

Martin Sebor <> wrote:
>  author="Farid Zaripov-2">
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Martin Sebor []
>> Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2007 2:19 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: [PING] Re: library and build sizes on Windows
>> So would be it possible to change the Windows build
>> infrastructure to spit out the date and time in the same format as
>> on UNIX? I.e., 
>>      ### date:
>>      Wed Oct 31 09:38:50 UTC 2007
>> Including the "### date:" part. The exact format of the
>> timestamp itself doesn't have to be exactly the same just as
>> long as it includes the time as well as the date, and it's
>> all on the same line.
>   Done:
> Farid.
> I've been doing some work on the test result scripts over the weekend
> and noticed a whole bunch of places where we print out the date on
> Windows (I counted 12). I dealt with it by trimming all but the first
> one from the log when processing it but we should probably get rid of
> all the extra dates and either replace them with the same output as on
> UNIX if possible (i.e., real, user, ans system times) or just the real
> time. Can this be done on Windows?
> Martin

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