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    On 03/11/2010 02:41, Michael Foord wrote:
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      <div class="gmail_quote">On 2 November 2010 22:17, Nick Coghlan <span
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          2010/11/2 M.-A. Lemburg <<a moz-do-not-send="true"
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          <div class="im">> You might want to look at the systimes.py
            module that comes with pybench<br>
            > (see Tools/pybench). This already provides a
            cross-platform way of<br>
            > accessing high accuracy timers for benchmarking and the
            like.<br>
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            > For obvious reasons this tries to measure run-time,
            though, and not<br>
            > elapsed time.<br>
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          I think MAL answered the naming question without even
          realising it:<br>
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          time.elapsed_time(start_time=0)<br>
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          I'm +1 on the functionality and either elapsed_time or
          wallclock is fine with me. <br>
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          Perhaps the patch author should decide...<br>
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          Michael<br>
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    elapsed_time!  Please!  Hate wallclock.<br>
    Rob Cliffe<br>
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          Cheers,<br>
          Nick.<br>
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