#42 Change timestamp in mod_webkit to float

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2006-07-07
2002-12-19
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The timestamp sent in mod_webkit to Webware is an int,
this is useful in measuring performance and
communication delays between the web server, and Webware.

This patch changes the value from an int to a float
which is in the same format used by Python's
time.time() function. This allows much finer grained
accuracy when using the timestamp to measure
communication delays and such.

Note that the marshal module in Python does not support
a binary floating point, so it is converted to a string
to do this.

Discussion

  • Stuart Donaldson

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    This patch is being worked on by the developer listed in the
    Assigned field. A resolution should be forthcoming.

    If you have any questions or comments on this item, please
    contact the developer.

     
  • Stuart Donaldson

    • assigned_to: nobody --> stuartd
     
  • Stuart Donaldson

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    Deferring this patch until after the 0.8 release branch in CVS.

     
  • Stuart Donaldson

    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • assigned_to: stuartd --> nobody
     
  • Christoph Zwerschke

    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Christoph Zwerschke

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    Since there is no patch attached and nobody worked on it,
    I'm closing this.

     

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