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Re: Patch for sub-second resolution in stat(2)

On Thu, Jun 06, 2002 at 01:26:57PM +0100, Conrad Scott wrote:
> Oh sh*t. It turns out that my changelog entry was more broken than just
> formatting. I've appended and attached a new one to this email (the
> attachment is because I'm unclear that Outlook Express keeps the
> formatting).
> Sorry for imposing my sordid learning experience on everyone.
> // Conrad
> 2002-06-05  Conrad Scott  <>
>  * (fhandler_base::fstat): Initialise tv_nsec member of
>  st_atim, st_mtim, and st_ctim fields.
>  * (fhandler_disk_file::fstat_helper): Ditto.
>  * (fhandler_process::fstat): Ditto.
>  * glob.c (stat32_to_STAT): Copy across the whole st_atim,
>  st_mtime, and st_ctim fields.
>  * (stat64_to_stat32): Ditto.
>  * (to_timestruc_t): New function.
>  (time_as_timestruc_t): New function.
>  * winsup.h: Add to_timestruc_t and time_as_timestruc_t functions.
>  * include/cygwin/stat.h: Replace time_t with timestruc_t
>  throughout for all file times, removing the st_spare1, st_spare2,
>  and st_spare3 fields in the process. Add macros to access tv_sec
>  fields by old names.

 If you now substitute the leading space by a leading TAB, the
 ChangeLog entry would be correct.


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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