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time.h File Reference
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string>
#include <chrono>
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Functions

void UninterruptibleSleep (const std::chrono::microseconds &n)
 
int64_t count_seconds (std::chrono::seconds t)
 Helper to count the seconds of a duration. More...
 
int64_t count_microseconds (std::chrono::microseconds t)
 
int64_t GetTime ()
 DEPRECATED Use either GetSystemTimeInSeconds (not mockable) or GetTime<T> (mockable) More...
 
int64_t GetTimeMillis ()
 Returns the system time (not mockable) More...
 
int64_t GetTimeMicros ()
 Returns the system time (not mockable) More...
 
int64_t GetSystemTimeInSeconds ()
 Returns the system time (not mockable) More...
 
void SetMockTime (int64_t nMockTimeIn)
 For testing. More...
 
int64_t GetMockTime ()
 For testing. More...
 
std::string FormatISO8601DateTime (int64_t nTime)
 ISO 8601 formatting is preferred. More...
 
std::string FormatISO8601Date (int64_t nTime)
 
int64_t ParseISO8601DateTime (const std::string &str)
 

Function Documentation

◆ count_microseconds()

int64_t count_microseconds ( std::chrono::microseconds  t)
inline

Definition at line 26 of file time.h.

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◆ count_seconds()

int64_t count_seconds ( std::chrono::seconds  t)
inline

Helper to count the seconds of a duration.

All durations should be using std::chrono and calling this should generally be avoided in code. Though, it is still preferred to an inline t.count() to protect against a reliance on the exact type of t.

This helper is used to convert durations before passing them over an interface that doesn't support std::chrono (e.g. RPC, debug log, or the GUI)

Definition at line 25 of file time.h.

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◆ FormatISO8601Date()

std::string FormatISO8601Date ( int64_t  nTime)

Definition at line 91 of file time.cpp.

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◆ FormatISO8601DateTime()

std::string FormatISO8601DateTime ( int64_t  nTime)

ISO 8601 formatting is preferred.

Use the FormatISO8601{DateTime,Date} helper functions if possible.

Definition at line 78 of file time.cpp.

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◆ GetMockTime()

int64_t GetMockTime ( )

For testing.

Definition at line 52 of file time.cpp.

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◆ GetSystemTimeInSeconds()

int64_t GetSystemTimeInSeconds ( )

Returns the system time (not mockable)

Definition at line 73 of file time.cpp.

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◆ GetTime()

int64_t GetTime ( )

DEPRECATED Use either GetSystemTimeInSeconds (not mockable) or GetTime<T> (mockable)

Return system time (or mocked time, if set)

DEPRECATED Use either GetSystemTimeInSeconds (not mockable) or GetTime<T> (mockable)

Definition at line 23 of file time.cpp.

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◆ GetTimeMicros()

int64_t GetTimeMicros ( )

Returns the system time (not mockable)

Definition at line 65 of file time.cpp.

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◆ GetTimeMillis()

int64_t GetTimeMillis ( )

Returns the system time (not mockable)

Definition at line 57 of file time.cpp.

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◆ ParseISO8601DateTime()

int64_t ParseISO8601DateTime ( const std::string &  str)

Definition at line 104 of file time.cpp.

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◆ SetMockTime()

void SetMockTime ( int64_t  nMockTimeIn)

For testing.

Set e.g. with the setmocktime rpc, or -mocktime argument

Definition at line 47 of file time.cpp.

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◆ UninterruptibleSleep()

void UninterruptibleSleep ( const std::chrono::microseconds &  n)

Definition at line 19 of file time.cpp.

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