Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/11/25/09:06:33

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From: "Salvador Eduardo Tropea (SET)" <salvador AT inti DOT edu DOT ar>
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To: George Foot <mert0407 AT sable DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk>, djgpp AT delorie DOT com
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 11:07:41 +0000
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Subject: Re: Intermittent Run-Time of DJGPP App under Win95
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George Foot <mert0407 AT sable DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk> wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Nov 1997 12:07:32 GMT in comp.os.msdos.djgpp Salvador Eduardo Tropea (SET) <salvador AT inti DOT edu DOT ar> wrote:
> : That's the third user reporting a similar thing (the first was the one that 
> : says your programs runs faster from inside of RHIDE). Seems that W95 scheduler 
> : have some strnage behavior with DJGPP applications.
> : Does anybody have an idea on how to meassure it or figure out what exactly is 
> : the problem?
> Win95's Virtual Timer Device VxD provides three functions; in
> particular, one of them (0x0101) returns the time in milliseconds that
> Windows has been active, and another (0x0102) returns the time in
> milliseconds that the current session has been actively executed (I
> forget the exact wording -- it means, how many milliseconds of the
> processor's time have been spent on this DOS box).  I believe you can
> use a combination of the two to find out what percentage of CPU time
> Windows is giving your application.  Is this the information you were
> seeking?
Don't know. I think it can help to make the program to meassure the problem.

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