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Subject: Re: epicsTimer and rounding
From: Andrew Johnson <anj@aps.anl.gov>
To: core-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2012 11:41:27 -0500
Hi Jeff,

Earlier I wrote:
> We weren't discussing your C++ epicsTimer API at all, please don't confuse
>  the issue.

Hmm, I may have been wrong about that, my apologies.  *Some* of this 
discussion was about epicsThreadSleep(), but looking back at Ralph's original 
message maybe he *was* discussing your C++ class?  Ralph, can you clarify this 
please.

For anyone who doesn't realize this, the C++ epicsTimer class calls 
epicsThreadSleep() and can be used to implement a periodically-processed 
callback.  The IOC database does not use this code at all, but I don't know if 
StreamDevice does or not.

- Andrew
-- 
Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.
-- Napoleon Bonaparte

Replies:
Re: epicsTimer and rounding Ralph Lange
References:
Re: epicsTimer and rounding Kasemir, Kay
RE: epicsTimer and rounding Hill, Jeff
Re: epicsTimer and rounding Andrew Johnson

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