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timer_lib - v0.8 - Public Domain - 2011 Mattias Jansson / Rampant Pixels This library provides a cross-platform interface to measure elapsed time with (at least) millisecond accuracy. The latest source code is always available at https://github.com/rampantpixels/timer_lib This library is put in the public domain; you can redistribute it and/or modify it without any restrictions. For a complete cross-platform application framework, look at the foundation library available at https://github.com/rampantpixels/foundation_lib VERSION HISTORY 0.1 (2011-03-15) Initial release 0.2 (2011-03-20) Removed timer type (always high precision) Fixed timer_ticks_per_second declaration Added test application 0.3 (2011-03-22) Removed unused error checks in POSIX code Made timeGetTime fallback optional in Windows code (define USE_FALLBACK to 1) Fixed check of QPC weirdness (signed issue) 0.4 (2011-03-23) timer_lib_initialize() returns non-zero if failed (no high precision timer available) Changed POSIX path to use CLOCK_MONOTONIC POSIX timer_system use CLOCK_REALTIME for actual timestamp Addded Mach-O path for MacOS X Changed POSIX path to use nanosecond frequency as returned by clock_gettime 0.5 (2012-10-01) Merged (cleaned up) MacOSX build fixes from Nicolas Léveillé 0.6 (2013-01-11) Simplified API, only using tick_t type as timestamp and removing custom timer struct Removed old legacy fallback code for Windows platform 0.7 (2013-01-11) Using platform_lib for platform and compiler abstraction 0.8 (2013-07-30) Made library standalone with no deps (not using deprecated platform_lib)