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rdate - rdate connects to an RFC 868 time server over a TCP/IP network, printing the returned time and/or setting the system clock

  •    C

rdate connects to an RFC 868 time server over a TCP/IP network, printing the returned time and/or setting the system clock. A time protocol server is built into most inetd implementations.

portable-snippets - Collection of miscellaneous portable C snippets.

  •    C

This is a collection of public domain (CC0) code snippets written in C for performing various common tasks which are typically OS, architecture, and/or compiler-dependent. Basically, our goal is to move those annoying preprocessor conditionals from your code to ours. Modules have no fixed target (such as C89) since that would preclude some functionality; instead, we simply try to provide the widest support we can for each module. If you have a platform which isn't supported for a particular feature but could be, please let us know; we'd be happy to try to work out a way to support it.

time - Windows tool for measuring command/program execution speed

  •    C

time is a tool for measuring the execution speed of commands on Windows similar to the UNIX time program. It currently supports printing the duration for the execution of a program in a minute:second:millisecond format. <args> can be anything that can be executed as a command from within the environment you're running time from. Output from the <args> command is disabled by default but you can enable it using the [-s | --show-output] flags.




clockslow - Trick app to let it think time goes slower or faster, inspired by Speed Gear.

  •    C

Trick app to let it think time goes slower or faster, inspired by Speed Gear.

TARDIS - Trace And Rewrite Delays In Syscalls: Hooking time-related Linux syscalls to warp a process's perspective of time, using ptrace

  •    C

Trace And Rewrite Delays In Syscalls: Hooking time-related Linux syscalls to warp a process's perspective of time. This code is rather buggy, mainly due to my lack of understanding of the ptrace API. You probably shouldn't use it for anything serious, although it could be useful for testing/debugging certain applications.

timer - Timer with microsecond resolution

  •    C

Simple timer with microsecond resolution. It uses gettimeofday(), so is not portable to non-Unix platforms.

timestamp - C timestamp util

  •    C

Return a timestamp in milliseconds