Subject: Re: SDL-News: Need help for SDL Timer
From: rick reed (rickreed#tseng.co.uk)
Date: Tue Jul 29 2003 - 10:41:06 GMT
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on 26/7/03 23:46, Weimin Ma at ponywma#yahoo.com wrote:
> I have a question on SDL Timer. Could you please
> give me an example which has a timer set by one
> and consumed or reset by another process?
> Many thanks!
> Weimin Ma
The answer from Fabrice is correct, but you may wish to consider the
Send the time of expiry in a signal to the process to "consume" the timer.
When the signal is received compare the time with NOW.
If NOW is greater than the sent time the "timer" has expired, otherwise set
a local timer.
Actually you could just set the local timer to the time received in which
case it will expire immmediately.
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