[ECOS] Time questions
Fri Nov 3 09:19:00 GMT 2006
On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 09:21:22AM +0100, FALL wrote:
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> From: Andre-John Mas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2006 19:16:45 -0500
> >I have been asked to correct an issue in our code. The time returned by the function:
> > time( time_t* )
> >returns the right value, when the system has been set using SNTP. The
> >issue is that a call to cyg_current_time() is made in part of our code, since a requirement had been made to have the time in
> >milliseconds. From what I can tell this function only returns the
> >time since the system booted and not the date as set by SNTP, which
> >seems to be maintained by the wallclock code? Is this correct?
> >If my observation is right is there a suitable alternative call
> >that would allow to have calendar date/time in milliseconds?
> If you want that time() returns the current time, you should have
> first set (correct) the current time by calling
> cyg_libc_time_settime(). The arg passed can the timestamp in second
> obtained from SNTP if you want to synchronnnise your
This is not necessary. The SNTP code will itself call this function.
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