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Re: test(1)/find(1) time comparison with timespec

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Masao Uebayashi  <> wrote:
>On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 6:22 PM, Antoine LECA 
><> wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Masao Uebayashi wrote:
>>> Use timespec (st_mtimespec) [...]
>> This is not related with your point, but the official POSIX name is now
>> st_mtim; meanwhile the type is unchanged at struct timespec.
>> Of course both are equated in the headers, so actually this is
>> pointless. I do not know if it is important to align the source with the
>> Standard here, or not. But I wanted everybody to be informed about this
>> and not overview just because one did not know about the Standard.
>Thanks for the notice.  I was aware of the standard names and
>#define's in sys/stat.h.  I chose st_mtimespec (and others) as other
>NetBSD sources do .  It seems that the standard ones (st_mtim and
>others) are not yet used in NetBSD base.

Yes, these are fairly new. The guidance should be to use the standard
names in new code and migrate old code to them.


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