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closed_at = <Date 2019-04-11.10:12:13.367>
created_at = <Date 2019-04-09.13:35:46.376>
labels = ['3.8', 'library']
title = 'Use _PyTime_GetPerfCounter() in lsprof'
updated_at = <Date 2019-04-11.10:12:13.366>
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issue_num = 36575
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url = 'https://bugs.python.org/issue36575'
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Current lsprof uses gettimeofday on non-Windows.
_PyTime_GetPerfCounter() is better time for profiling.
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New changeset 536a35b by Inada Naoki in branch 'master':
bpo-36575: lsprof: Use _PyTime_GetPerfCounter() (GH-8378)
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