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[10/N] [libcxx] Implement _FilesystemClock::now() and __last_write_time for windows
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Authored by mstorsjo on Tue, Nov 10, 1:44 AM.


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mstorsjo updated this revision to Diff 305079.Fri, Nov 13, 3:41 AM

Rebased, taking changes in the preceding patches into account.

This looks good. I'm just confused by one point and have a small suggested edit.


Just a suggestion to give those magic values some context.


It's not clear to me why this checks new_time == file_time_type::min(). It looks like convert_to_timespec returns false if the new time is not representable. In what case would new_time be min? And why would we then say the value is too large?

mstorsjo added inline comments.Fri, Nov 20, 12:05 AM

Good point, will apply that.


This is mostly a workaround to get this test working, when the filesystem time type isn't int128_t:

But that test also relies on the test being able to guess what time values are reprepsentable and what aren't, and that doesn't really match what the implementation does anyway, so I guess I could just skip that testcase for now as well, and remove this odd hack here.

And saying the value is "too large" mostly means "out of range" I guess.

amccarth accepted this revision.Fri, Nov 20, 11:18 AM

LGTM. I'll leave it to your discretion on the new_time range check.